Our outreach programs provide support and education for community members at all stages of life. From Scouting to GED classes to 12 step programs to Seniors...people helping people is what the OPCC is all about.
Adult Education Program
The community currently has educational needs that we here at the Old Pine Community Center are trying to fulfill. The Adult Education Program is expanding and working hard to get our learners into a comfortable place that they can be proud of in their lives. We are enriching the lives of hundreds of people in the community through one-on-one tutoring and would like to continue to do so. We are in need of volunteers for the Adult Education Program to help us continue this mission and to help more people. If you would like to help us serve the City of Brotherly Love, please contact us at email@example.com or call 215-627-2493.
After School Program
The Old Pine Community Center After School Program is geared towards children in Kindergarten through 8th grade at Meredith Elementary, McCall Elementary, Nebinger Elementary, Independence Charter School, St. Peter's School and other area schools. Included in the monthly tuition is a daily nutritious snack, homework help, and daily activities including yoga, chess, art, and sports.
Old Pine Community Center, in conjunction with Old Pine Street Church, sponsors Boy Scout Troop & Cub Pack #176. Scouting helps the boys develop character, citizenship, and personal fitness. Special activities include the fall biking trip at Jim Thorpe, skiing in January, white water rafting in May, and summer camp in July. Cub Scouts is open to boys age 6-10 and Boy Scouts is open to boys age 11-18.
Cub Scouts Saturday 12:00-2:00pm the First Saturday of the month.
Boy Scouts Every Tuesday 7:30-9:00pm.
For more information, contact Scoutmaster Karen O'Hara at 215-817-1769 or KSO121495@aol.com.
The Old Pine Community Center’s program against homelessness provides a “brown bag” lunch daily to the homeless in the area. The program also provides much needed resources through our "clothing closet" as well as emergency aid to many near homeless families. Our goal is to grow this program into the FACT program. FACT is an acronym for Food, Aid, Clothing and Training. Through this program we plan to not only provide immediate aid but to assist in reaching life-changing goals.
From hot meals to hot showers, Old Pine Community Center aims to help the homeless community of Philadelphia on multiple fronts. A fully stocked clothing closet is available for those in need, thanks to generous donations provided by neighbors and community members. To make a donation or to find help, contact the Center today.
Our homeless program is expanding! We are excited to announce our new Sunday Meal Initiative. Every Sunday beginning July 16, 2017 from 7:30 -10 am we will offer showers and a hot meal to those in need. We have partnered with the Mayor’s Office of Community Empowerment and Opportunity to provide this non-traditional day of service to our City. We hope you will join us, to volunteer, to donate, or to eat. Our doors are open and everyone is welcome!
For more information contact the Center at 215-627-2493