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Tyler Park Center for the Arts maintains partnerships with the following organizations, and is actively developing relationships others on an ongoing basis. Read more
Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) are local aging programs that provide information and services on a range of assistance for older adults and those who care for them.
The Council promotes collaboration, communication, and advocacy on behalf of arts and culture throughout the region. The ACCBC keeps artists engaged in educational experiences, provides venues for meaningful arts dialogue, strengthens community arts awareness, and maintains ongoing involvement in advocacy initiatives through exhibition opportunities, events, performances, workshops, and forums. The Council works with businesses, cultural organizations, and area artists to further promote the arts and, in turn, enrich and inspire the entire community.
Founded in 1976, A Woman’s Place (AWP) is the only domestic violence community benefit organization in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. AWP provides a full range of programs and services to individuals experiencing domestic violence, their children, and the community,
Home to nearly 2,000 businesses in and around Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Strong alliances of business and culture, profit and non-profit, established and emerging. To do business in Bucks County, membership in the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce is an essential and powerful tool.
Official tourism promotion agency for Bucks County, Pennsylvania and serves to create economic impact and support hospitality-related organizations in the County. The tourism office is one of the leading economic development agencies in Bucks County generating nearly $1 billion in economic impact for the County by promoting the region to visitors. Visitor spending in Bucks County not only fuels the local economy, but supports 12,000 jobs.
The National Guild for Community Arts Education strives to ensure all people have opportunities to maximize their creative potential by developing leaders, strengthening organizations, and advocating for community arts education.
AIR is dedicated to fulfilling its mission of exposing children to the arts by bringing professional visual, performing and literary artists to regional schools. They recognize the importance of art in children’s lives. Exposure to the arts improves a child’s ability to think, express themselves and succeed academically. This exposure to the arts will lay the foundation for the next generation of artists, musicians and writers – in a sense, the next generation of leaders and visionaries.
Through partnerships with other local senior centers, they offer discounted and free workshops, classes and community opportunities.
Showcasing the work of contemporary artists in the Lambertville/New Hope area and Delaware Valley region. We seek to engage and enrich our local community through a broad array of programming that furthers the heritage of New Hope as a vital regional arts center.
LGBTQA Youth ages 14-21- safe and supportive environment and addresses health and social issues.
Artsbridge, one of the oldest nonprofit artist groups in the Delaware Valley. They gather on a volunteer basis to provide a better public understanding of the arts and make arts available to all segments of the community through education, exhibition and performance.
Partnering with their 3D department and Glassblowing departments.
Brings people together to share in a celebration of our history, diversity and the inclusiveness in the community.
TPCA donates 150 handmade pottery bowls for this annual fundraiser to end hunger.
Building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Creating sustainable opportunities for women to lift their families out of poverty by connecting people worldwide in a circle of exchange that enriches everyone. A member of the Fair-Trade Federation that works to fight extreme poverty in Uganda
Nor’wester Therapy Dogs: Canine Assisted Learning Program uses registered therapy dogs to enhance the educational environment so that children are motivated to work on a wide range of academic skills.