Our Community Involvement
Helping out with a variety of donated services, we greatly enjoy lending a hand to the local non-profit organizations surrounding Chester County. Over the last few years we have donated designs for booklets, brochures, logos, websites and other promotional materials. Check our the some of our donations in the slide show above. If you know of an organization in your community that could use our help give us a call at 610.429.4141 or send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organization We Work With
Brandywine United Soccer Club
Dedicated to teaching and promoting the game of soccer to children in the Brandywine area, the soccer club encourages their players, coaches and referees to develop their abilities and knowledge of the game to their fullest potential.
Coatesville Community Education Foundation
As an independent public charity, The Foundation cultivates diverse partnerships for the education, training and cultural enrichment of our youth. Their mission is to support the development and implementation of cultural programs and learning opportunities benefiting Coatesville area students and community.
House of Original Dreams
Their mission is to facilitate a workforce development system designed to provide youth with access to opportunities for educational enrichment and career exploration. The House of Original Dreams is the place where in-school and out-of-school youth and young adults in Chester County, age 14-21, can attend classes for academic remediation, workforce development, GED preparation, vocational training and post-secondary education preparation.
Phoenixville Community Education Foundation
Phoenixville Community Education Foundation is a 501 C 3 non-profit charitable corporation and public-private partnership dedicated to improving the future of public education in the Phoenixville area. The purpose of the Phoenixville Community Education Foundation is to empower the children of Phoenixville to thrive, thereby strengthening the entire community. PCEF endeavors to provide funding for programs and projects not funded by the school district budget, including after-school clubs and organizations, area pre-schools and community organizations delivering outside the school day educational enrichment programs for students in grades Pre-K through 12.