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In the Neighborhood

Collaboration & Learning

Community Collaboratives

Collaboratives work together in order to solve problems and enable transformational change. Collaboratives in health and human services, education, recreation and economic development have been the strength of our TriCounty area. 

The Foundation has worked through and strengthened existing networks or assisted groups to create new networks to link efforts in Western Montgomery, Northern Chester and Eastern Berks Counties. 

  • Pottstown Area Food Collaborative – A group of highly engaged, cross-sector entities with a shared vision for a localized food system that increases access to healthy, affordable, culturally appropriate, sustainably produced food. 
  • Pottstown Area Regional Recreation Committee (PARRC) – Comprised of representatives from eight municipalities in the TriCounty area, PARRC seeks to promote the development and maintenance of recreational facilities, encourage the preservation of open space, and implement better planning for parks and recreation for all. 
  • Pottstown Early Action for Kindergarten Readiness (PEAK) – A state and national model, this initiative focuses on building partnerships with early learning programs in the Pottstown community.
  • Pottstown Metropolitan Regional Planning Commission (PMRPC) – Preserves and protects rural areas and promotes long-term economic growth.
  • TriCounty Health Council (TCHC) – Created to work together on the health and wellness of our community.
  • School Collaborative – Provides school faculty, staff and administration a mechanism to work together as they strive to provide healthy school environments.
  • TriCounty Community Network (TCN) – An organization offering resources meant to empower partnerships and affect positive community changes.

Education and Learning

The Foundation is committed to providing valuable and relevant initiatives that focus on topics that affect all members of our community, directly or indirectly. These ongoing efforts provide inspiration, education and motivation that can lead to new levels of positive change.

Strengthening Non-Profits

Capacity Building
The Foundation is invested in the development of current and future grantees as they improve themselves and better their ability to serve.

  • La Salle Nonprofit Center—Access to upper level courses on non-profit management
  • Learning Opportunities—Ongoing opportunities for learning and professional growth
  • Impact—A comprehensive survey to gauge the needs and services provided throughout the community


See what events are happening in the Pottstown area. 


Relief and Recovery Fund

The Pottstown Area Health and Wellness Foundation is working with the community to create a safety net of organizations and funds to meet the extraordinary needs of the communities we serve.

Around the Community

Success Stories

See the positive changes taking place in the Tri-County area.

Two people Crafting at the Tri-County Active Adult Center

Tri-county active adult center

More than 1,700 older adults visit the Tri-County Active Adult Center annually, with an average of 200 people coming through the center’s doors daily for activity, food, and friendship.


Walk & bike pottstown

In Pottstown, a six-year long initiative to promote biking and walking in the borough is providing a model for getting kids active and reducing traffic through community partnerships.

room at Mission Kids

Mission Kids

At Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center, hope begins. Its mission is to achieve healing and justice for victims of child abuse.