Located in the heart of Society Hill, Old Pine Community Center prides itself on providing services to the community such as after-school care, 12 step programs, Saturday for Seniors, and Adult Education.
OPCC is also available to rent for private parties, events, practices, and fundraisers.
What our visitors say about our center
Thank you so much! The last care package helped us very very much! May God Bless.Mike E.
Thank you and the Volunteers and staff at Old Pine Community Center for helping us homeless on Sundays with a wonderful breakfast and very courteous people who serve breakfast. Coffee server this Sunday 10/8/2017 was wonderful and the others also. Thank you.Edward S.
As a mother, OPCC has given me more than I could have asked for; a safe place for my kiddos to go. A safe place that not only nurtures their minds, but shows them care and compassion as well. A place that, in fact, they don’t ever want to leave! First time in their young lives that they are disappointed to see me when I come to collect them. They would stay all day and all night if they could!Cynthia G.
Thank You Old Pine Community Center for helping to make such a positive experience for my son Quadir. With all of your patience, creativity and love for my son, Quadir has achieved a lot this school year. He started off on the right foot by having the OPCC as his after school program.The Pryor Family
I am part of a group that needed a space for a party, and we were happy with this place from the beginning to end. it was a huge success, and much of the credit goes to the people at OPCC.Ramona J.
We just had our baby shower here and it was a really great experience working with Old Pine. Kate at the front desk and the maintenance staff who were working the Sunday we were there were really helpful.Rachel U.
My friends recently held their wedding reception here, and what a great space it was! There was a lot of room to mingle and plenty of space for food, a bar and dancing.Kristine D.
2018 #AngelTree Toy Drive
Each year, Old Pine Community Center organizes community members, businesses, and local organizations to come together and collect new toys for students at a specific school in the area. This year, the Center was able to collect an astonishing 650 toys in a matter of just 3 weeks for PreK - 5th-grade students at Southwark School in South Philadelphia.
Organizations that helped collect toys for the drive included Locks Law Firm, St. Peter’s School, Spruce Street Commons, The Giving Tree Daycare Center, Old Pine Street Church, and many others. In addition, many community organizations like the South of South Neighborhood Organization, Seger Park, South Street Headhouse District, Washington Square Civic Association, and the Bella Vista Neighborhood Association helped us spread the word to the entire community.