Listing NameAddressAddress 2CityStateZipContact NameEmailWebsitePhoneListing TextDirectory TypeAlliance ContactAC EmailAC PhoneDate Last Modified
350 Berks & Lehigh Valley Climate Action 260 East Main StreetKutztownPA19530 Karen Feridunkaren.feridun@gmail.comwww.facebook.com/350BLVCA/ 610-678-7726

350 Berks & Lehigh Valley Climate Action is a network of leaders of environmental, renewable energy, and sustainability efforts in Berks County and the Lehigh Valley who have joined together to spotlight the climate crisis. We are dedicated to educating and informing the public and taking action to mitigate the effects of climate change in our region. We invite interested individuals to join us!

, 2020-02-14 12:10:56
ACLU of Pennsylvania – Greater Lehigh Valley Chapter PO Box 3018AllentownPA18106 Jim Palmquistjim.palmquist01@gmail.comwww.aclupa.org/chapters/greaterlehighvalley 610-398-3074

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is a nonpartisan organization devoted to the defense of civil liberties. It files legal briefs in civil liberties cases, discusses civil liberties problems with government officials, and testifies before legislative bodies. It provides educational information on civil rights in protests, immigrants rights, on being a legal observer, LGBTQ rights and other issues. Contact us to get on our chapter email list. All are welcome.

,Jim Palmquistjim.palmquist01@gmail.com610-398-3074 2020-02-14 15:27:51
Agri-Dynamics, Inc. 6574 S Delaware DriveMartins CreekPA18063 Regina Marinelliregina@agri-dynamics.comwww.agri-dynamics.com 610-250-9280 Agri-Dynamics was founded in 1979 to provide natural products for livestock animals. Over the years, our line has evolved into equine, small pet, and human health products and services. Today, we proudly offer additional horticultural services designed for golf course and turf management. What hasn't changed is our ongoing commitment to the health of the family farm and our planet. , 2020-02-11 10:53:22
Allentown Hiking Club Box 1542AllentownPA18105 Lucy Cantwellallentownhikingclub.president@gmail.comwww.allentownhikingclub.org The Allentown Hiking Club, founded in 1931, has approximately 275 members from throughout the greater Lehigh Valley. It has maintained a 10.3-mile section of the Appalachian Trail since 1931. Its quarterly newsletter includes articles and a 3-month activities schedule. Meetings are the first Wednesday evening of the month, currently at St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church in Allentown. An enthusiasm for outdoor recreation and adventure and concern for conservation of the resources which make their activities possible bind its members together. , 2020-01-28 15:12:41
Allentown Public Theatre (APT) 417 N. 7th St.AllentownPA18102 Zinnia Santiagoinfo@allentownpublictheatre.comwww.allentownpublictheatre.com 888-895-5645

Dedicated to empowering our diverse communities through the performing arts, expanding opportunities for cultural participation and education in theatre, and creating works that address contemporary issues. APT offers after-school theatre programs, summer children’s programming in downtown Allentown, original touring productions, educational workshops, and the curated arts series “Voices of Conscience: Toward Racial Understanding”, which stretches across the Valley, engaging dozens of other arts organizations and sparking relevant community discussion through the arts. Community-based arts events build healthy, sustainable, cultural places that will last for generations to come. Like us on Facebook or sign up for our free e-newsletter on our website.

,Anna Russellanna@allentownpublictheatre.com717-715-9655 2019-02-28 14:27:23
Alliance for Sustainable Communities–Lehigh Valley c/o Morning Star Center1966 Creek RoadBethlehemPA18015 Suzie Rosseinfo@sustainlv.orgwww.sustainLV.org 484-893-0475

We promote sustainability, advocating for and opposing threats to: the environment; the rights of communities, social groups, and individuals; local economies serving community needs via meaningful, nonexploitative work; healthful food and farms; healthy communities built on participatory democracy. We work to enhance the efforts of sustainability-minded organizations. Our projects include: the Sustainability Commons, Transitions Lehigh Valley and Transitions U, Sustainable Lehigh Valley and its directory, website, college internship program, support of the community rights work of CELDF, networking collaboratives, and working groups. Sign up on our website to receive our Sustainability Doings e-newsletter.

, 2019-04-02 09:45:47
Arts Community of Easton PO Box 465EastonPA18044 Danny Moyerinfo@eastonart.orgeastonart.org The Arts Community of Easton is a non-profit organization of artists, educators, and supporters of the arts. Monthly meetings showcase local and regional artists. Projects during the year include studio tours, art shows, art festivals, community art murals, and art education projects. Emphasis on community revitalization through the arts is a priority. Facebook: ACE , 2020-06-29 15:10:11
Beginning Over Foundation PO Box 3223EastonPA18043-3223 Heidi Markowwww.facebook.com/BeginningOver/ 610-438-9112 We pledge our time, energy, and voices to protect victims of domestic abuse. Our goal is to help shelter and protect families in crisis and support long-term solutions to help them rebuild and sustain healthy lives and to raise awareness about intimate partner violence through education programs. Facebook: Beginning Over Foundation , 2020-04-22 01:58:29
Berks Gas Truth 260 East Main StreetKutztownPA19530-1517 Karen Feridunkaren.feridun@gmail.comgastruth.org 610-678-7726 Berks Gas Truth is a grassroots organization fighting for a ban on fracking and an end to natural gas infrastructure, including pipelines, compressor stations, power plants, LNG, ethane crackers, and other processing plants. Please visit our website for meeting notices, sign up for our newsletter on our site, or visit us on Facebook and Twitter. , 2020-06-29 15:15:32
Bethlehem Backyards for Wildlife 107 Mt. Airy AveBethlehemPA18018 Martha Christinebethlehembackyardsforwildlife@gmail.comwww.facebook.com/bethlehembackyardsforwildlife/ We are a subcommittee of the Environmental Advisory Council. Our mission is to work with the City of Bethlehem to support biodiversity and minimize negative environmental impacts by encouraging city residents, schools, businesses and other organizations to implement wildlife-friendly and sustainable garden practices. Visit our Facebook page. , 2020-04-22 11:05:44
Bethlehem Food Co-Op PO Box 58BethlehemPA18016 Bethlehem Food Co-Op Board of Directorsinfo@bethlehemfood.coopwww.bethlehemfood.coop The Bethlehem Food Co-Op is a diverse community encouraging physical, social, and economic health by providing healthful, affordable food; emphasizing local, sustainable, humane and natural food systems; and offering unique educational opportunities to the entire community. We are working to open a brick-and-mortar grocery store in downtown Bethlehem. Find us on Facebook (facebook.com/BethlehemFoodCoOp), Twitter (@BethlehemCo_op), and Instagram (@bethlehemfoodcoop). ,Colleen Marshcolleen@bethlehemfood.coop 2019-02-15 16:07:05
Bethlehem Partnership for a Healthy Community 1530 8th Ave1st Fl, Suite 102BethlehemPA18018 Bonnie S Coylebonnie.coyle@sluhn.orgwww.slhn.org/dev/community-health-staged/bethlehem-partnership-for-a-healthy-community 484-526-2100 The Bethlehem Partnership for a Healthy Community is a collaborative initiative of a wide range of local businesses, government, educational, and community organizations. Their belief is that the community can work together to improve the health status and quality of life with children and families living in Bethlehem and Fountain Hill through the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness of individual community members. The Partnership's three main strategic goals are to 1) improve access to care; 2) promote child and adolescent health; and 3) eliminate health disparities. ,Rita Koller - note: got the ok from Holly Givens on 2-21-17rita.koller@sluhn.org484-526-2100 2020-04-22 00:51:29
Beyond Capitalism Working Group Faramarz Farbodfara@sustainlv.orgwww.sustainlv.org/think-globally/finding-solutions/beyond-capitalism/ Our working group is named after the reading we started out with, Gar Alperowitz’s America Beyond Capitalism. We have been discussing aspects of political economy, discussing possible sustainable alternatives to our current system, as well as ways to get there. Our current projects include publishing Left Turn and putting on public presentations, like the play Marx in Soho, to raise awareness. A working group of the Alliance for Sustainable Communities–Lehigh Valley. All are welcome. , 2020-02-11 08:59:14
Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center 522 W Maple StreetAllentownPA18101 Adrian ShankerAdrian@bradburysullivancenter.orgwww.bradburysullivancenter.org 610-347-9988 Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center provides arts, health, and youth programs for the LGBT community throughout the Lehigh Valley. Headquartered in downtown Allentown, our community center features fine art galleries, the LGBT library, Reel Queer Film Series, a variety of supportive services, daily youth programs, and more. Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center also works to achieve health equity for the LGBT population, including by ending so-called 'conversion therapy' in the region and by eliminating disparities related to tobacco, cancer, HIV, and diabetes. ,Adrian Shankeraeshanker@gmail.com 2020-02-14 10:29:55
Bruce Wilson ContractingCoopersburgPA18036 Bruce Wilson, LEED APbwc@ptd.net 610-282-0822
Environmentally Sustainable Renovation, Restoration and New Construction. PA Registered Contractor PA#10930. Performing Energy Efficiency Improvement Contracting and Sustainable Consulting Celebrating 42 years in Business
, 2020-04-14 15:12:36
Buy Fresh Buy Local – Greater Lehigh Valley 518 Northampton StreetEasonPA18042 Allison Czappbfbl@NurtureNatureCenter.orgwww.buylocalgreaterlehighvalley.org 610-253-4190

The Greater Lehigh Valley chapter of Buy Fresh Buy Local is working to build the local food economy by

  • educating consumers about the benefits of choosing locally grown foods,
  • promoting local food providers,
  • improving fresh food access in low-income neighborhoods,
  • facilitating local food purchases by wholesale buyers, and
  • providing research about the Greater Lehigh Valley’s local food system.

Pick up a copy of our Local Foods Guide at your nearest producer-only farmers’ market.Facebook @BuyFreshBuyLocalGreaterLehighValley or Instagram @bfblglv

, 2020-01-28 10:13:04
Café the Lodge 427 East 4th StreetBethlehemPA18015 Ian Panykocafethelodge.org 610-849-2100 Café the Lodge is a local eatery that supports the community! Café the Lodge provides vocational opportunities and housing services for adults with mental health diagnoses in Northampton County. Believing that recovery is dynamic, Café the Lodge strives to offer programs that focus on the body, mind and spirit. The Lodge supports its members in establishing independent living arrangements, a productive and meaningful existence, and a wholesome lifestyle. ** Participant in the Alliance's 2019 Sustainability for Cafés & Restaurants project ** ,Ian Panykoian.panyko@rhd.org6104193381+3 2020-02-01 14:03:59
The Caring Place 931 Hamilton StreetAllentownPA18101 Mary Ellen Griffincplace200@aol.comwww.thecaringplace.org 610-433-5683

The Caring Place is a non-profit youth development center. Its services focus on the low-income, high-risk, inner-city youth of Allentown, Pennsylvania. The educational programs include science, math, reading, and art, just to name a few. Social programs include Sister to Sister and Boys to Men. Our entrepreneurship program is linked to the Caring Coffee Cafe, which is the most recent addition. Our goal is to improve the outlook for the lives of the children, today's youth are tomorrow's future.

, 2019-04-04 10:01:50
CAT—Coalition for Appropriate Transportation 1935 West Broad StreetBethlehemPA18018 Scott SlingerlandCAT@lvcat.orgwww.LVCAT.org 610-954-5744

Supporting mobility via better bicycling, pedestrian experience, efficient and comfortable public transit, and loving our local trail network. CAT’s educational programs:

CAT Bicycle Cooperative, open three days a week, community workshop and donated/refurbished bikes, bicycling classes for adults, bicycling education in schools, sponsor of Lehigh Valley, bike to Work Week annually in May, advocacy on municipal & regional levels, yield to Pedestrians, Adopt-a-Bus Stop (with LANTA bus), Love Our Local Trails.

CAT envisions a Lehigh Valley with better quality of life and personal ways to decrease oil consumption. Appropriate trans- portation choices mean less traffic congestion, reduced pollu- tion, and fewer road deaths/serious injuries. Curbing use of automobiles reduces suburban sprawl, obesity, and increasingly high medical costs.

,Scott Slingerlandcat@lvcat.org845-430-6552 2020-02-14 13:15:25
Center for Humanistic Change 100A Cascade DriveAllentownPA18109 Arlene Lundinfo@thechc.orgwww.theCHC.org 610-443-1595 The Center for Humanistic Change is a private non-profit providing prevention education and life skills training. For 37 years, we have delivered high-quality educational programming throughout the Lehigh Valley and have been dedicated to the philosophy that people learn best by doing. Our mission is to engage individuals in opportunities to prepare for life’s challenges through programs that encourage healthy decision-making, positive choices, and peaceful living. The majority of our work is in schools and with youth agencies. CHC also works with adults through the workplace and community groups. See our website for full details on educational programs! ,Angie Heilandaheiland@thechc.org610-443-1595 2020-01-28 10:16:51
The Children's Home of Easton 2000 S 25 StreetEastonPA18042 Andrew Shirroffandrews@thechildrenshome.orgwww.thechildrenshome.org 610-258-2831 ext. 133

The Children's Home of Easton provides a caring, nurturing environment for children in need, as well as assistance for their families. We provide long-term care to guide, support, and encourage children to believe in their own self-worth and reach their full potential. Our Wellness Program has the motto "Work it, Feed it, Rest it, Believe it!," encouraging all students and staff to exercise, eat right, sleep enough, manage stress, and do it all with a positive attitude and outlook about themselves and their future, and features a large organic garden used for better nutrition, education, and job training.

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Circle of Seasons Charter School 8380 Mohr LaneFogelsvillePA18051information@circleofseasons.orgwww.circleofseasons.org 610-285-6267 A public school guided by the Core Principles of Public Waldorf Education. An innovative leader transforming public education. We meet our 21st century students’ diverse needs using a holistic, child-development based approach, teachers, staff, and parents work together to support children’s physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and academic needs. We foster enthusiasm for learning, deep understanding, application of learning, examination, inquiry, critical thinking, reasoning, communication, and cultural, social, and environmental understanding. Interdisciplinary learning takes place in all settings. Students are offered a curriculum rich in fine arts, performing arts, applied arts, vocational skills, foreign language, and core subjects. ,Jennifer Shermanjsherman@circleofseasons.org 2020-04-22 01:46:05
Citizens’ Climate Lobby – Lehigh Valley ChapterLehigh ValleyPA Randy Gyorylehighvalley@citizensclimatelobby.orgwww.facebook.com/CCLLehighValley/ 610-751-3372 Members of Citizens’ Climate Lobby's 450-plus chapters work to create the political will for a livable world and advocate for "Carbon Fee and Dividend" carbon pricing legislation. In addition to direct lobbying, CCL members write opinion pieces, letters-to-the-editor, and letters to Congressional offices. The legislation we propose is more than fair to most households.  It is revenue-neutral, regulation-free, jobs-growing, and strong enough to spark the conversion of our energy economy from fossil-fuel-addicted to fossil-free by 2050. , 2020-04-22 00:55:29
Colleges & Universities

The greater Lehigh Valley region’s many fine colleges and universities have a variety of resources that can promote sustainability, including courses, expert speakers, specialized libraries, workshops and lectures, and special programs. (Some colleges operate programs in more than one location.) Many events and resources are open to the public, but available resources and programs depend on the time of year and academic calendar. In most cases, the website offers a calendar of events and a variety of other information. Contact the institution directly for information about current offerings:

Cedar Crest College (Allentown)
www.cedarcrest.edu | 610-437-4441

DeSales University (Center Valley)
desales.edu/home/about/campus-region/sustainability | 610-282-1100

East Stroudsburg University (Bethlehem Campus)
www.esu.edu | 877-422-1378

Kutztown University (Kutztown)
www.kutztown.edu | 610-683-4000

Lafayette College (Easton)
www.lafayette.edu| sustainability.lafayette.edu | 610-330-3000

Lehigh Carbon Community College (Schnecksville)
www.lccc.edu | 610-799-2121

Lehigh University (Bethlehem)
www.lehigh.edu| sustainability.lehigh.edu | 610-758-3000

Moravian College (Bethlehem)
www.moravian.edu/sustainability | 610-861-1300

Muhlenberg College (Allentown)
www.muhlenberg.edu| www.muhlenberg.edu/sustainability | 484-664-3100

Northampton Community College (Bethlehem)
www.northampton.edu | 610-861-5300

Penn State University–Lehigh Valley (Center Valley)
www.lv.psu.edu | 610-285-5000

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Columcille Megalith Park 2155 Fox Gap RoadBangorPA18013oran@columcille.orgwww.columcille.org 610-588-1174 Columcille is a megalithic stone monument and nature trail park located next to the Kirkridge Retreat Center near Bangor, PA. The park is designed to inspire the same spiritual energy and inner tranquility that many experience on the ancient Celtic monastic island of Iona, Scotland. Besides offering visitors a place to experience solitude, Columcille also holds festive celebrations at the summer solstice and on the ancient Celtic holidays of Beltaine and Samhuinn. Columcille, a non-profit organization established to promote personal and societal transformation toward a more sustainable world, manages the park and its associated activities. Facebook: Columcille Megalith Park ,Tom Egan 2019-02-15 16:10:16
Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley (CACLV) 1337 E Fifth StreetBethlehemPA18015 Alan L. Jenningsadminsvcs-info@caclv.orgwww.caclv.org 610-691-5620

We are a nonprofit corporation located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, working with low-income residents to combat poverty. CACLV has been fighting poverty with the help of donors, volunteers, board members, advisory boards, and dedicated staff. CACLV hopes to improve the quality of life in the Lehigh Valley area by creating economic opportunities, giving local residents a voice in their community, and acting as an advocate to help people address the challenges of ever-concentrating wealth against ever-growing poverty and the failure of the marketplace in many urban neighborhoods.

, 2019-03-31 15:45:29
Community Action Development Corporation of Allentown (CADCA) 523-525 N. 7th St.AllentownPA18102 Dan Bosketdbosket@caclv.orgcadca.caclv.org/ 610-433-5703

The Community Action Development Corporation of Allentown works toward the stabilization of neighborhoods and the economic empowerment of residents by enabling and encouraging them to develop and own businesses in the neighborhood. Through training and business related programs, projects, and initiatives, CADCA promotes a diversified economy of small-scale, locally owned businesses and empowers residents to assume more active roles in the stewardship of their community.   It’s our mission to assist and promote neighborhood revitalization and community spirit by providing access to economic opportunities.  Visit our website for more information.  You can also find us on Facebook at  facebook.com/CADCAllentown.

, 2020-04-22 00:58:04
Community Action Development Corporation of Bethlehem 409 East Fourth StreetBethlehemPA18015cadcb-syb@caclv.orgcadcb.caclv.org 610-807-9337 Based on a belief in economic and social justice, we improve the quality of life in south Bethlehem by fostering economic opportunity, promoting community development, and empowering residents to actively participate in the decision-making processes regarding the future of our diverse community. ,Anna Smithasmith@caclv.org610-807-9337 2020-04-22 00:59:07
Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF) PO Box 360MercersburgPA17236 Chad Nicholsonchad@celdf.orgceldf.org 207-541-3649 We are not a typical environmental organization. We assist communities to develop first-in-the-nation, groundbreaking laws to protect rights—including worker, environmental, and democratic rights, and rights of nature. CELDF provides free and low cost legal services, grassroots organizing, and education, to communities, states, and countries facing injustice. We help them to assert their rights to fight the harms they face. We have worked with and continue to be available to work with communities in the Lehigh Valley, conducting Democracy Schools, helping to draft ordinances, and serving as consultants. , 2020-04-22 01:00:03
Crooked Row Farm 3245 Route 309OrefieldPA18069 Liz Wagnerliz.m.wagner@gmail.comcrookedrowfarmpa.com/ 610-417-6982
We are a certified-organic vegetable farm specializing in seasonal veggies, wholesale herbs, and pasture-raised eggs right here in the Lehigh Valley. We have a farm stand that is open year-round and offers local and organic produce, as well as goods from fellow farmers and producers. We offer a 20–22 week CSA with pick-up locations at the stand in Orefield and at the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Center in Allentown. Details about the CSA and farm stand can be found at www.crookedrowfarmpa.com. Come and join our local food journey! Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @thefarmerliz.
,Liz Wagnerliz.m.wagner@gmail.com610-417-6982 2020-04-22 01:01:09
Deja Brew 101 W 4th StreetBethlehemPA18015 Jeff Vaclavikwww.facebook.com/dejabrewbethlehem/ 610-865-2739 Deja Brew is a local coffee and lunch spot committed to sustainability, while simultaneously keeping their prices low. They have switched over from plastic straws and stirrers to paper and wood ones respectively. Additionally, they bring all of their plastic bags and wrap to Lowes to be recycled properly. They have also recently made the switch to reusable cups and mugs for customers dining in to reduce their waste. A must-try is their iced coffee made with ice cubes created from unused coffee the day before.  Like on Facebook.  Follow on Instagram. * Participant in the Alliance's 2019 Sustainability for Cafés & Restaurants project * ,Jeff Vaclavikdbrew101@gmail.com 2020-04-22 01:02:17
Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor 2750 Hugh Moore Park Road2nd FloorEastonPA18042 Elissa Garofaloelissa@delawareandlehigh.orgwww.delawareandlehigh.org 610-923-3548 We preserve the historic pathway that carried coal and iron from Wilkes-Barre to Philadelphia.  Today, the D&L Trail connects people to nature, culture, communities, recreation, and our industrial heritage. Facebook: @DelawareandLehigh Twitter: @DLHeritage Instagram: @dl_trail , 2020-04-22 01:03:21
Dharma Moon Sangha 1328 Chestnut StreetEmmausPA18049 Michael Gillemmaussangha@gmail.comdharma-moon.blogspot.com/ A meditation group. Meditation held every Tuesday evening at LivingRoom Yoga of Emmaus. Please arrive between 7:00–7:10pm for a 7:15 start time. We end around 9:00pm.   ,Kim Jonesmkim.jones@gmail.com 2020-04-22 01:03:56
EAC Network | Environmental Advisory CouncilsHarrisburgPAwww.eacnetwork.org Environmental Advisory Councils are established at the local level, as provided by state law, to advise municipal governments on issues such as: Identifying environmental problems;
  • Identifying environmentally sensitive areas such as flood- prone areas, swamps, and other unique natural areas;
  • Making recommendations for the most appropriate use of open land;
  • Developing Open Space plans and programs;
  • Recommending and assisting in developing projects to protect the environment; and
  • Promoting community environmental programs.
The following list shows Environmental Advisory Councils and committees that play a parallel or similar role: Lehigh County: Alburtis Borough, City of Allentown, City of Bethlehem, Emmaus Borough & Upper Milford Township, Heidelberg Township, Lower Macungie Township, Salisbury Township, South Whitehall Township, Upper Saucon Township, Weisenberg Township, Whitehall Township. Northampton County: City of Bethlehem, Bushkill Township, City of Easton, Lower Mount Bethel Township, Lower Nazareth Township, Lower Saucon Township, Moore Township, Palmer Township, Plainfield Township, Upper Mount Bethel Township. Berks County: District Township, Hereford Township, Longswamp Township, Pike Township, Washington Township. Bucks County: Buckingham Township, Doylestown Township, Durham Township, New Britain Township, Nockamixon Township, Plumstead Township, Solebury Township For up-to-date contact information, check with your local government or the EAC Network.  
,Nicole Faraguna 2020-04-14 14:02:07
Easton Area Neighborhood Center 902 Philadelphia RoadEastonPA18042 Ross P. Marcus, Executive Directorrmarcus@eastonanc.orgwww.eastonareaneighborhoodcenter.org 610-253-4253 A community organization located in Easton, PA south side, it provides many services and programs to low-income individuals and families living in and around Easton. These programs include: utility assistance, rental assistance, transitional shelter for homeless families, community food pantry, ASPIRE program for pregnant and parenting teens, social security rep. payee services, and community classes and groups. EANC has formed community partnerships with other area agencies and offers a comprehensive network of resources and information.  Follow us on Facebook! Also home to the Easton Urban Farm! The mission is to encourage residents to access healthy food through purchase, cultivation, and sharing. , 2020-04-22 01:04:41
Easton Hunger Coalition 1700 Sullivan Trail #173 (mailing address)EastonPA18040 Nancy Walterseastonhungercoalition@rcn.comwww.eastonhungercoalition.org 610-253-0726

Founded in 2014 to provide a forum for all agencies, groups, and individuals who have interest in hunger and food insufficiency.  We encompass a variety of groups, including local government, educators, students of all ages, nonprofit agencies, health care providers, emergency food pantries, free community meal centers, health providers, etc.

The Coalition is an unincorporated non-profit association focused on eliminating hunger in Easton and the Greater Lehigh Valley.   We provide a forum to plan activities, events, programs and workshops to achieve its mission.  Advocacy, education, community health, public awareness, food access and other related issues may be addressed.  EHC intends to be a catalyst for the implementation of any programs which serve its mission.

Morning Conversation on FOOD is a free, public, monthly program hosted by the Coalition and is held at the Easton Public Market monthly.  Information on these events can be found on the EHC website. Topics discussed are relevant to the food system and changes needed to ensure that hunger is eliminated from the community.  An Annual Meeting is held in May of each year which features speakers on food activism topics.

A Food Recovery volunteer group which is also part of the Lehigh Valley Food Policy Council’s Food Access Working Group, rescues edible local produce and food products and distributes those items through the existing emergency food system (pantries, free meal centers and shelters).  Volunteers are needed to help with food recovery.  In 2019 the volunteer team rescued over 14,000 lbs of food that was redistributed to the local emergency food system.

More information is available on the website, including membership information.  Find us at www.eastonhungercoalition.org.  Contact the EHC Administrative Manager, Kathlene Mobley at ehcinfo@rcn.com.  To volunteer for Food Recovery contact Nancy Walters at eastonhungercoalition@rcn.com.  EHC maintains an office in downtown Easton in the office area of the First United Church of Christ on N. Third Street.

,Kathlene Mobleyehcinfo@gmail.com610-253-0726 2020-02-16 09:53:35
Easton Mural ProjectEastonPA18042info@brickandmortargallery.comwww.eastonmurals.org Easton Murals is dedicated to the creation of public murals in Easton, to improve the visual landscape of the City and create opportunities for the artistic community. The initial phase focuses on high profile locales to garner attention and help raise funds for future expansion of the project. Our goal is to spread into the surrounding neighborhoods once the program has been established. Easton Murals is a collaborative effort between Brick + Mortar Gallery owners Tom D’Angelo & Chaz Hampton and the Easton Main Street Initiative. ,Tom D’Angelo & Chaz Hampton 2019-04-08 11:42:38
Easton Urban Farm 902 Philadelphia RoadEastonPA18042 Ross Marcus, Executive Director, Easton Area Neighborhood Centerrmarcus@eastonanc.orgwww.eastonareaneighborhoodcenter.org 610-253-4253 The Farm grows vegetables, herbs and flowers on a 5/8-acre plot on Easton’s south side and encourages residents to access healthy food through purchase, cultivation, and sharing. We do this by growing produce for:
  • the Tenth Street Veggie Stand, which runs 5:30-7:00 every Thursday during summer harvest (mid-July through mid-September). Three interns from Lafayette College operate the Stand.
  • the Neighborhood Center Food Pantry, open 9 a.m. to noon every Friday.
The Farm is one of several programs provided by the Easton Area Neighborhood Center. For our volunteers, the real reward is:
  • Seeing folks on limited incomes receive fresh-picked produce for their tables
  • Working with youth from the South Side, as well as Lafayette College students
  • Making new friendships and exchanging gardening information with volunteers from the community
, 2020-04-22 01:06:07
Farmers' Markets

Producer-only Farmers’ Markets in the Greater Lehigh Valley.

For additional information, see Buy Fresh Buy Local–Greater Lehigh Valley.

Bath Farmers’ Market 
Keystone Park, Race Street (Route 329) & Green Street, Bath
Friday 3 PM–7 PM (May–September)
www.bathfarmersmarket.org 

Bethlehem Greenway Farmers' Market
South Bethlehem Greenway - Entrance on Polk Street
Friday 2PM–6PM (through September 25)
CADC-Bethlehem [cadcb.caclv.org]

Bethlehem Rose Garden Farmers’ Market
8th Avenue & Raspberry Streets
Saturday 9 AM–1 PM (June–mid-October)
www.mana18018.org 

Blue Valley Farmers’ Market
707 American Bangor Road, Bangor
Sunday 10 AM–2 PM (May–October)
BlueValleyFM@gmail.com

Coopersburg Farmers’ Market - Closed for the 2020 season
State & Main Streets, Coopersburg
Sunday 11 AM–2 PM (June–Thanksgiving)
www.coopersburgmarket.com 

Easton Farmers’ Market 
Summer: Relocated from Centre Square, Easton to Scott Park along the river due to COVID-19 mitigation practices
Saturday, 9 AM–1 PM (May–December)
Winter: behind Easton Public Market
2nd & 4th Saturday of the month, 10 AM–noon (Jan.–April)
www.eastonfarmersmarket.com

Easton Public Market – Farmstand
325 Northampton Street, Easton
Thursday–Saturday 9 AM–7 PM
Sunday 9 AM­–5 PM
eastonpublicmarket.com

Emmaus Farmers’ Market 
On the Triangle, Emmaus
 May–November
 2nd & 4th Sunday 10 AM–1 PM 
 January–April
 2nd & 4th Sunday 10 AM–12 PM 
www.emmausmarket.com 

Macungie Farmers’ Market 
Moved from 100 N Walnut Street, Macungie to NEW LOCATION: Lumber Street Off Main Street, (RTE 100), Look for the State Farm Insurance Agency on the Corner
Thursday, 4 PM–7 PM (May–October) 
www.macungiefarmersmarket.com

Nazareth Farmers’ Market 
Center Circle, Main & Center Street, Nazareth
Saturdays 9 AM–1 PM (May–October) 
Holiday Markets in November & December
Nazareth Farmers Market COVID rules

Northampton Borough Farmers’ Market
Laubach Avenue & Smith Lane, Northampton
Tuesdays 3–6:30 PM (May–September)
https://www.northamptonboro.com/farmers-market

Northampton Community College Farm - Closed for the 2020 Season
3835 Green Pond Road, Bethlehem Township 
Year Round, Wednesday 10 AM–2 PM
May–October on the Quad
November–April, Laub Lounge, College Center
Facebook: The Farm Market at NCC

Saucon Valley Farmers’ Market 
Next to the Hellertown Library, Hellertown
Sunday, 9 AM–1 PM (May–Nov.)
www.sauconvalleyfarmersmarket.com 

Trexlertown Farmers’ Market
Velodrome, 1151 Mosser Road, Breinigsville
Saturdays 9 AM–12 PM (May–Nov.)
Winter: 1st & 3rd Saturday 10 AM–noon (Jan.–Apr.)
trexlertownfarmersmarket.com

For additional information, see Buy Fresh Buy Local–Greater Lehigh Valley.

, 2020-09-13 13:37:18
Fegley's Brew Works 812 West Hamilton StreetAllentownPA18101 Rich Fegleymarketing@thebrewworks.comwww.thebrewworks.com 610-433-7777

Restaurants and breweries providing eco-friendly dining. Family owned and operated. Strive to shorten time from field to plate. Beers brewed on site. Most food vendors within 100 miles. "Upcycling" implemented by partnering with local farms using breweries spent grain for livestock; in turn, the livestock is purchased for the restaurants. All-natural, responsibly-raised proteins, produce, and ingredients used whenever possible, GMO-free rice bran oil, recyclables. 100% renewable energy: wind, solar, LED lighting. View their sustainability initiatives at www.thebrewworks.com

, 2020-04-14 13:16:32
Foodshed Alliance 27 Main Street, 2nd FloorPO Box 713BlairstownNJ07825 Kendrya Closekendrya@foodshedalliance.orgwww.foodshedalliance.org 908-362-7967 The Foodshed Alliance is a grassroots, non-profit devoted to promoting fresh and healthy locally-grown food and profitable, sustainable farming in northwestern NJ. We believe that the future of our health, our land, and our communities depends, to a great extent, on the existence of local farms, that farmers are the keystone to our connection with our food, the land, and our sense of place. It is this conviction that drives us to work with farmers, consumers, and agricultural professionals to foster a self-sustaining foodshed that sustains farmers, nourishes people, respects the land, and strengthens our communities. , 2019-03-01 10:11:04
FreeCyclewww.freecycle.org/browse/US/Pennsylvania The FreeCycle Network is made up of many individual groups across the globe, including local groups in Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Emmaus, and many others. It's a grassroots and entirely nonprofit movement of people who are giving (& getting) stuff for free in their own towns. Local groups are moderated by local volunteers.

changing the world one gift at a time

, 2020-04-22 01:08:04
Frey's Better Foods 1575 Main StreetHellertownPA18055 Bruce or Dianebhaas30745@aol.comwww.facebook.com/FreysBetterFoods/ 610-838-6989 We offer a complete line of health food products and vitamins, a wide selection of organic foods and organic produce, gluten-free products, hormone- and antibiotic-free meats, and bulk items. We support local farmers! An unsolicited testimonial: “As a steady customer for all these 25 years of Frey’s Better Foods, I cherish the friendly atmosphere, the go-local feel, and the high-quality goods. If what you’re looking for is not one of the vast number of stocked items, Diane will usually be able to special order it for you.” , 2020-04-22 01:08:43
Friends for the Protection of Lower Macungie Scott Biebersbieber@ptd.netwww.facebook.com/friendsLMT/ A community facebook organization that critiques Lower Macungie’s land use policies and promotes discussion and civic action for farmland preservation and smart growth development practices in the township. The goal is to halt the uncontrolled sprawl and traffic congestion that threatens to erode the quality of life for township residents. “Friends for the Protection of Lower Macungie” on Facebook has almost 6000 likes. It was started in 2010 by a group of residents who sued the township to overturn the rezoning of 700 acres of prime farmland to allow warehouses . The lawsuit was lost, the warehouses are being built, but the cause for smart growth continues in Lower Macungie. , 2020-04-22 01:09:27
Friends of Johnston Camel's Hump Farm on the Johnston EstateCommunity Center, 1311 Santee Mill RoadBethlehemPA18017 Victoria Bastidasvictoriabastidas@gmail.comthefriendsofjohnston.org

Friends of Johnston is a volunteer-based nonprofit organization that preserved and restored 47 acres of the estate of Archibald Johnston, the first Mayor of Bethlehem, including the historic Camel’s Hump Farm that serves as a Community Center for Nature, Education, Wellness and the Arts. Community programming on the farm is focused on environmental education, health and wellness, community gardening, historic preservation, stewardship and the arts. We offer hands-on, project-based practical skills programs, nature-based preschool, afterschool programs for youth at-risk of failure, summer camp for students & adults with special needs, veteran reintegration and job skills training program.

,Vcky Bastidas 2020-01-28 10:25:34
Godfrey Daniels 7 E Fourth StreetBethlehemPA18015 Mary Radakovitscorrespondence@godfreydaniels.orgwww.godfreydaniels.org 610-867-2390 Godfrey Daniels is a member-supported, volunteer-run, not-for-profit listening room, presenting the finest of folk music and performing arts through the "Godfrey's Experience" that is, in a comfortable and spontaneous environment, accessible to all ages and backgrounds. Through the unique experience of live music, we create an intimate link among the musicians, audience members, and volunteers. Godfrey Daniels stands out by providing professional yet non-intimidating performance conditions, encouraging aspiring regional talent, and further developing the fabric of our local musical arts community. Godfrey Daniels is a vital part of the cultural fabric of the SouthSide Bethlehem and Lehigh Valley communities. ,Ramona LaBarrerlabarre@godfreydaniels.org610-867-2390 2020-04-22 01:10:21
Good Government PA 2035 Fernway Ave.BethlehemPA18018 Tom Ulrichtomulrich41@gmail.comgoodgovernmentpa.blogspot.com/ 610-882-1136 Good Government PA is a statewide organization working to restore and maintain democracy with economic, environmental, and social justice for all in Pennsylvania. At the top of the list of changes needed are redistricting reform, strengthening voter rights and protections, reducing the role of money in politics, securing the vote in elections, and improving ethics in government agencies. ,Tom Ulrichtomulrich41@gmail.com610-882-1136 2020-04-22 01:11:04
Green Harvest Food Emporium140B Northampton StreetEastonPA18042 Doreen Repshergreenharvestinc@aol.comwww.greenharvestfood.com/ 610-252-6360 We're located in the Grand Eastonian Suites Hotel building on Northampton Street in beautiful, downtown Easton, Pennsylvania. Our gourmet deli features wraps, sandwiches, salads, and paninis using the best and freshest ingredients. We also offer many vegan and gluten-free options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Ask about our special request vegan baked goods!  We also do catering for social and corporate events: weddings, breakfasts, brunches, lunches, dinners, picnics and more.  We use local, sustainable food whenever possible. https://www.facebook.com/GreenHarvestFood/ , 2020-04-22 01:12:05
Greenmouth Table 134 N 2nd StreetEastonPA18042 Sarah Hinschwww.greenmouthjuicecafe.com/ 610-810-8302 Greenmouth is a juice bar local to the Allentown and Easton areas. Owned by Certified Health & Wellness Coach Sarah, healthy and sustainable eating is the keystone of this business. Greenmouth serves juices and foods made from local, USDA Certified Organic produce, and composts all of their scraps. In addition, Greenmouth uses compostable cups and straws to serve their drinks, and uses reusable utensils and dinnerware for those dining in. * Participant in the Alliance's 2019 Sustainability for Cafés & Restaurants project * ,Sarah Hinschsarahchinsch@gmail.com 2020-04-22 01:12:33
Habitat For Humanity of the Lehigh Valley 245 N Graham StreetAllentownPA18109 Jessica Elliotoffice@habitatlv.orgwww.habitatlv.org 610-776-7737

We are a nonprofit organization that works to draw the local community together in a large-scale collaborative effort to build simple, decent and affordable homes for hard-working, disadvantaged families in the Lehigh Valley. Hundreds of local volunteers and thousands of supporters help make the Habitat mission possible. Our ReStore, at 1053 Grape Street, Whitehall, sells donated building supplies, home furnishings, and appliance in support of our mission. Please contact the office to see how you can help!

Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/company/habitat-lehigh-valley
Facebook: @habitatlehighvalley
Instagram: @hfhlv610
Twitter: @HFHLehighValley

,Camille UrbanoCamille@habitatlv.org610-776-7737 2020-04-22 01:13:33
Hawk Mountain Sanctuary 1700 Hawk Mountain RoadKemptonPA19529 Gigi Romanoinfo@hawkmountain.orghawkmountain.org 610-756-6961 The world’s first refuge for birds of prey, an international center for raptor conservation, and renowned for the thousands of hawks, eagles, and falcons that pass each autumn. Offers one of North America’s finest experiences in nature observation. It has a 2600-acre natural area, 8-mile trail system with scenic overlooks, and a visitor center. Its staff and volunteers conduct education, stewardship, and research programs. The Sanctuary remains the largest member-supported raptor conservation organization in the world. Its website lists public programs, events, and volunteer opportunities. Find Hawk Mountain on twitter and instagram at @Hawk_Mountain and on Facebook at facebook.com/HawkMountainSanctuary. ,Gigi Romanoromano@hawkmountain.org610-756-6000 x 211 2020-04-17 10:33:15
Heritage Conservancy 85 Old Dublin PikeDoylestownPA18901 Linda Cacossalcacossa@heritageconservancy.orgheritageconservancy.org 215-345-7020 Heritage Conservancy's mission is to preserve and protect our natural and historic heritage. Heritage Conservancy is a nationally-accredited conservator and community-based organization committed to the preservation and protection of significant open spaces, natural resources, and historic structures. A champion of conservation best practices, Heritage Conservancy is dedicated to the idea that everyone is responsible for stewardship and seeks to enlighten, engage, and empower others to help achieve this mutual vision.  , 2020-04-17 16:28:38
Highmark Farmstand 325 Northampton StreetEastonPA18042 Wolfeastonpublicmarket.com/farmstand/ 610-250-2072 Highmark Farmstand at the Easton Public Market offers a full array of both Organic and Local fresh produce, complimented by regionally-sourced artisan grocery products. Vegetarian and Vegan-friendly house-made salads, soups, snacks, and specialty meals are ready for grab-and-go. 78% of suppliers are within 150 miles of Easton, and nearly all of the rest are trusted USDA organic suppliers. In addition to composting inedible portions of produce, the Farmstand is committed to donating food that would otherwise go to waste to the Easton Hunger Coalition. In an effort to reduce plastic waste customers are given the option of a paper bag or a reusable one, and are encouraged to return any plastic bags for reuse. * Participant in the Alliance's 2019 Sustainability for Cafés & Restaurants project * ,C. Wolfwolf@eastonpartnership.org9087636949 2020-02-16 10:40:47
Hispanic Center Lehigh Valley 520-526 E Fourth StreetBethlehemPA18015vmontero@hclv.orghclv.org 610-868-7800

Our mission is to improve the quality of life of Hispanic and other families by empowering them to become more self-sufficient while promoting an intercultural understanding in the Lehigh Valley. Our programs/services include the WIC program (Women, Infants, and Children), Senior Center, and Food Pantry.

Senior Center Phone: 610-882-2032

, 2020-04-17 16:33:14
Hunter Hill CSA 901 Frost Hollow RoadEastonPennsylvania18040 Dan Hunterhunterhillcsa@gmail.comwww.hunterhillcsa.com Since 2010, the farmers at Hunter Hill CSA have grown a variety of vegetables, fruits, and herbs on 2 acres of our family farm in Forks, PA. We care deeply about no-till, regenerative agriculture that enriches the soil, traps more carbon dioxide, and makes heaps of nutritious, chemical-free produce. Our CSA members value the freshness and quality of our produce, as well as the fact that we farm using organic practices. They love the ease of picking up from a farm so close to home, creating meals centered on farm fresh produce, and what a great value CSA ends up being over buying from the grocery store. 

(CSA = Community Supported Agriculture)

, 2020-04-14 12:55:58
International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP) 531 Main StreetBethlehemPA18018 Laura Mirskylauramirsky@iirp.eduiirp.edu/ 610-807-9221

We are a private accredited graduate school in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The world leader in restorative practices education, the IIRP offers master's degrees, graduate certificates, and professional development and works with schools and other organizations to implement restorative practices. The IIRP also produces books, videos, implementation tools, and free online communications. With affiliate and partner organizations in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Latin America, Singapore, and Australia and licensees worldwide, the IIRP is part of a large worldwide movement of scholars, policy-makers, and practitioners advancing the field of restorative practices.
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,Laura Mirskylauramirsky@iirp.edu267-718-7374 2020-04-17 16:35:44
Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources400 Belfast RoadNazarethPA18064 Rick Wiltrautjacobsburgsp@pa.govwww.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/jacobsburg/ 610-746-2801 The primary purpose of the Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center is to serve as an outdoor classroom for environmental and heritage education and to provide opportunities for enjoying healthful outdoor recreation experiences and exercise. In meeting these purposes, the natural, scenic, aesthetic, and historical values of Jacobsburg and the Bushkill Creek Watershed are the first consideration of Jacobsburg and its partner organizations. Stewardship responsibilities should be carried out in a way that protects the natural outdoor experience for the enjoyment of current and future generations. To join us on these outdoor experiences, please visit us at our website! ,Rick Wiltrautrwiltraut@pa.gov610-746-2801 ext 103 2019-02-15 16:18:22
Jenny’s Kuali 102 E 4th StreetBethlehemPA18015 Jenny and Roy Limjennyskuali@gmail.comjennyskuali.com 610-758-8088

Located in South Side Bethlehem, Jenny’s Kuali is proud to be part of the sustainable community, serving this area for over six years.  We specialize in Malaysian and vegetarian cuisine, as well as noodles and dumplings, and we offer some gluten-free and vegan options. We support our local farmers by using fresh and local ingredients when possible We support the environment and only use paper straws upon request to our customers. Facebook:jennyskuali 

,Jenny Lim 2019-07-22 12:12:20
The Journey Home 60 Centre SquareEastonPA18042 Dr. Bonnie Winfieldbonniewinfield@mac.comwww.facebook.com/TheJourneyHomeEaston/ 484-515-9115

The Journey Home is an expressive art-based program for women in the Northampton County Correction. The programming integrates trauma-informed care and restorative practices with expressive arts. Circles of Caring is facilitated by compassionate, dedicated, trained volunteers from the community and local colleges, offering support, mentoring, and advocacy. The Journey Home also has a physical space as a community art studio in the historic district of downtown Easton, PA. We offer creative experiences in the form of workshops, open studio, and expressive arts facilitation for individuals and groups. Our mission is to provide a creative open space for the creative spirit to thrive.

www.facebook.com/TheJourneyHomeEaston/

, 2020-04-14 16:27:50
JPT ContractingJim ThorpePA Paul Theissenjptcontracting@gmail.comwww.jptcontracting.com 610-737-4286 JPT Contracting is a family owned and operated home remodeling company that strives to provide clients with the best we can: top quality craftsmanship and products through sustainable practices. We are experienced with all types of interior and exterior projects and have always been valued by our clients for the excellent quality and service that we provide. As a family, we feel strongly about supporting sustainable products and services, and this practice carries into our work as we provide updated spaces for our clients to thrive. Please visit our website to check out some of our latest projects. , 2020-01-28 14:08:25
Jumbars 1342 Chelsea AveBethlehemPA18018 Emily Hoffertjumbars.com/ 610-866-1660

Jumbars is a local breakfast and lunch eatery and bakery offering delicious hand-crafted meals, and baked goods. They are proud to serve fine crafted food made with ingredients from local vendors whenever possible. Everything, from desserts to breads, is prepared from scratch on the premises by Chef/Owner, Paul Hoffert. Jumbars has created a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere so you can sit back and enjoy conversation, the daily papers made available to their diners, or a good book. By getting their energy from wind-farms, and reducing the use of plastic straws, Jumbars is taking a stand for sustainability.

* Participant in the Alliance's 2019 Sustainability for Cafés & Restaurants project *
,Emily Hoffertemilyhoffert@gmail.com4845548756 2020-04-22 01:15:48
Kellyn Foundation PO Box 369336 Bushkill StreetTatamyPA18085 Meagan Grega, MD and Eric Ruthinfo@kellyn.orgwww.kellyn.org 610-730-8860

The Kellyn Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation with a mission to develop, support, facilitate and implement programs that encourage family and community physical and emotional wellness.

Our four cornerstones combine to form the infrastructure for the “Healthy Neighborhood Immersion” Initiative

To follow our journey, please like us at www.facebook.com/kellynfoundation

  1. Kellyn Schools – Healthy Lifestyle Education in classrooms, Garden as a Classroom, the Veggie Challenge
  2. Kellyn Food Access – Local Food Hub, “Eat Real Food” Mobile Market, Healthy Corner Stores, Nutrition Education
  3. Kellyn Kitchens – Hands-On Healthy Lifestyle Cooking
  4. Kellyn Health – Physician-led Lifestyle Medicine Programs to reverse chronic disease
,Eric J. Rutheric@kellyn.org610-730-8860 2020-02-14 16:18:03
Kirkridge Retreat Center 2495 Fox Gap RoadBangorPA18013 Janet Lewisjanetl@kirkridge.orgwww.kirkridge.org 610-588-1793

Kirkridge is a place
to be,
and to become
a people of hope,
compassion, justice, and service.

Since 1942, Kirkridge Retreat and Study Center has provided a place for rest and renewal to pilgrims along life’s journey. Our retreats, our hospitality, our gorgeous vistas, and our sacred grounds have blessed, and continue to bless, countless lives.

We are located on a ridge of the beautiful Kittatinny Ridge of Northeast Pennsylvania, overlooking the Delaware Valley. You can say that the Kirkridge community is, too, now standing on our own precipice, as we look back on our over 75 years of service. For the past 75 years, we have served a thriving Christian and interfaith community. Looking ahead, we plan on serving an even wider community of people of good faith, no faith, and interfaith – and providing safe harbor to all.
As we work to embrace a wider community, our spirit of excellent hospitality is more important than ever. Our historic motto of “picket and pray” has now extended itself “to protect, tend, and embrace.” From the peak of the ridge to the clear waters in the valley below, the new century calls for stewardship, nurturing, and embracing inner stability with outer sustainability.

We invite you, as pilgrims in search of a balanced life, to help us nurture the ground on which we stand and the people with whom we interact each day to build a safe, sustainable future.

, 2020-01-28 11:29:24
Latino Leadership Alliance of the Lehigh Valley PO Box 296AllentownPA18105info@llalv.orgllalv.org We strengthen the Latino community through leadership development, education, health, and advocacy. The Latino Leadership Alliance provides a public forum for discussion and dissemination of information. It seeks to improve the quality of life for the Latino community and the entire Lehigh Valley. We accomplish this through the work of the following committees: Education, Health, Leadership, and Public Relations. Committee membership is open to the public and members. , 2020-05-22 16:19:09
League of Women Voters – Lehigh County PO Box 3275AllentownPA18106 Janet Littleemail@lwvlehighcounty.orgwww.lwvlehighcounty.org 610-442-1733

A nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active citizen participation in government, increases public understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. The League’s position on natural resources is to promote an environment beneficial to life through the protection and wise management of natural resources in the public interest. Specifically, to promote management of natural resources as interrelated parts of life-supporting ecosystems and to promote resource conservation, stewardship, and long-range planning, with the responsibility for managing natural resources shared by all levels of government. Our social media accounts are:

Facebook: facebook.com/LeagueofWomenVotersLehighCounty/

Twitter: @LVCountyLWV

,Ann Bartholomewlwvlehigh@yahoo.com610-967-3653 2020-02-14 15:09:07
League of Women Voters – Northampton County PO Box 523BethlehemPA18018 Beverly Hernandezlwvnorthco@yahoo.comlwvnorthco.org 610-252-1339

A nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active citizen participation in government, increases public understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. The League’s position on natural resources is to promote an environment beneficial to life through the protection and wise management of natural resources in the public interest. Specifically, to promote management of natural resources as interrelated parts of life-supporting ecosystems and to promote resource conservation, stewardship, and long-range planning, with the responsibility for managing natural resources shared by all levels of government.

, 2020-04-17 18:07:10
Lehigh County Farmland Preservation Program 4234 Dorney Park RoadAllentownPA18104 Diane Matthews-Gehringerdianematthews-gehringer@lehighcounty.orgwww.lehighcounty.org/tabid/59 610-336-5680

The Lehigh County Farmland Preservation Program works with landowners to preserve agricultural land with conservation easements.  The program is also known as the purchase of development rights program. Under this volunteer program, landowners are financially compensated to preserve their properties for agricultural production perpetually. Over 25,000 acres of farmland have been preserved in Lehigh County.

, 2020-02-14 12:12:55
Lehigh Gap Nature Center PO Box 198 -Business Address: 8844 Paint Mill RoadSlatingtonPA18080 Chad Schwartz/Brian Birchakmail@lgnc.orgwww.lgnc.org 610-760-8889

Nestled within the Kittatinny Ridge alongside the Lehigh River, the Lehigh Gap Nature Center (LGNC) is a nonprofit environmental education center and wildlife refuge located between Slatington and Palmerton, Pennsylvania. Our mission is to protect the wildlife and enhance the habitats of our Refuge, the neighboring Kittatinny Ridge, and the Lehigh River Watershed through conservation, education, research, and outdoor recreation to improve the quality of life of present and future generations. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, LGNC is the only environmental education center in the country that has been created upon the ashes of a Superfund toxic waste site. An outdoor classroom, environmental laboratory, and recreational hotspot, LGNC’s 756-acre refuge today hosts thousands of local, regional, and international visitors each year. Contact us about programs or membership information.

, 2020-02-14 11:03:07
Lehigh Valley Arts Council 840 Hamilton StreetSuite 201AllentownPA18101 Randall Forteinfo@lvartscouncil.orgwww.lvartscouncil.org 610-437-5915

Incorporated in 1991 as a nonprofit arts-service organization, our mission is: To promote the value of the arts, foster collaboration in the community, and encourage arts engagement for all people in the Lehigh Valley. The region’s central voice for the arts, the Arts Council has 127 nonprofit organizations, 54 businesses, and 640 individual artists and arts patrons. We focus on making the arts accessible to all citizens and providing services to area artists and arts organizations, services that include arts research, advocacy, accessibility for people with disabilities, professional development, special events, publications, and cooperative marketing initiatives.

,Lauren Beckoperations@lvartscouncil.org610-437-5915 2019-03-01 11:50:45
Lehigh Valley Audubon Society P.O. Box 290EmmausPA18049 Barbara Malt, Vice Presidentvicepresident@lvaudubon.orgwww.lvaudubon.org/ Our mission is to help people gain an appreciation and understanding of nature through birds, provide educational services on local wildlife to our community, and protect local habitats that are critical to local (and international) wildlife populations. Facebook group, https://www.facebook.com/groups/lvaudubon/ and Meetup events page, http://www.meetup.com/Lehigh-Valley-Audubon-Society/ ,Barbara Maltvicepresident@lvaudubon.org610-433-3451 2020-02-14 11:17:44
Lehigh Valley Bartering CommunityBethlehemPA18018 Adam Heidebrink-Brunoadam.heidebrink@gmail.comwww.facebook.com/groups/LVBarter 507-360-9888 We are a local initiative to build a network of gardeners, crafters, artists, hobbyists, tinkerers, farmers, and anyone else dedicated to sustainable, alternative exchange. Everything offered for trade within this community is grown and/or made right here in the Lehigh Valley, minimizing the product’s dependence on fossil fuels and substandard labor practices abroad. This bartering group emphasizes local, event-based community gatherings. Keep in touch with LV Bartering Community members between events by joining the group on Facebook, where you will be among the first to hear about upcoming barters. Join a mailing list by contacting Adam by email. ,Adam Heidebrink-Brunoadam.heidebrink@gmail.com5073609888 2020-02-11 12:30:59
Lehigh Valley Bird Town CoalitionAllentownPA18104 Arundhati (Tinku) Khanwalkartinkuvolk@me.comwww.meetup.com/Lehigh-Valley-Bird-Town-Coalition 484-515-8628

Bird Town is an Audubon Pennsylvania program that enlists municipalities to commit to promoting environmental stewardship and programs that benefit birds and people. The Bird Town Coalition builds on this program by bringing together Lehigh Valley municipalities and local organizations promoting individual and community environmental stewardship, with a focus on birds as an indicator of success.

, 2020-02-14 11:19:03
Lehigh Valley Black News NetworkAllentownPA Kevin Easterlinginfo@lvbnn.comlvbnn.blogspot.com/ 484-661-1161 The Lehigh Valley Black News Network is an informative eNewsletter & blog designed to inform you about events and community information related to the connection and inclusion of communities of African-Black-African American descent throughout the Lehigh Valley and the State of Pennsylvania. The LV BNN e-letter is distributed and viewed by over 5000 internet readers from the Lehigh Valley Region, parts of Philadelphia, Harrisburg, and Reading. , 2020-04-22 01:19:11
Lehigh Valley Center for Independent Living (LVCIL) 713 North 13th StreetAllentownPA18102 Greg Bottinfo@lvcil.orgwww.lvcil.org 610-770-9781

The Lehigh Valley Center for Independent Living (LVCIL) is dedicated to empowering individuals with disabilities and promoting the full inclusion of persons with disabilities in all aspects of life. LVCIL provides services for its consumers such as information and referral, peer support, independent living skills, and individual and systems advocacy. The organization also provides housing search and support, services for landlords, a 24-hour sign language interpreter referral service, youth transition services, waiver supports coordination and community outreach through specialized programs and groups.

, 2020-01-28 11:31:09
Lehigh Valley Food Policy Council 1337 E Fifth StreetBethlehemPA18015 Sue Dalandan, Coordinatorsdalandan@lvfpc.orgwww.lvfpc.org 484-893-1106 Cell: 484-523-2781

The Food Policy Council was formed to promote policies and action towards a local food system that benefits our community, our environment, our farmers, and our economy in ways that are equitable and sustainable. The Council fosters awareness and understanding of the role played by an environmentally healthy food system in food security, economic vitality and the health and well-being.

The Council’s Steering Committee of stakeholder representatives meets monthly. Working Groups meet monthly across the Valley, and the Council as a whole meets semi-annually. Membership is free. 

Working Groups:

Food Access – Making sure that fresh healthy food is available and affordable for everyone in the Lehigh Valley. Currently working on summer foods initiatives while school is out.

Consumer Education– What is good food and how do we use it? Do residents of the Valley have the tools they need to pursue healthy eating?

Food Recovery and Respect – How do we use our food well and reduce the waste? Currently building out a Valley-wide model of food recovery.

Community Farms and Gardens – Connecting with coordinators and gardeners across the Lehigh Valley, growing community support and involvement to improve food security, knowledge of what we eat, and technical assistance.

Land Use – Preserving farmland in order to grow a local food economy; fostering stewardship of available land for healthy food production.

Farm to School– Working with schools to add local, fresh, healthy food options to lunch, activities, and curriculum.

Aggregators– Working on ways to best support and encourage the Lehigh Valley residents who grow our foods and to help them improve their market and operation, examining infrastructure and logistics for sustainable growth, and encouraging workforce and economic development that focuses on local investment and re-investment in the Lehigh Valley food system.


, 2020-01-28 10:44:55
Lehigh Valley Gas Truth 260 East Main StreetKutztownPA19530 Karen Feridunkaren.feridun@gmail.comwww.facebook.com/lehighvalleygastruth/ 610-678-7726

Grassroots group fighting for a ban on shale gas development, clean air, clean water, and a sustainable future free of fossil fuels. For more information on how to get connected, please contact Karen Feridun, Founder of Berks Gas Truth.

, 2020-01-28 11:34:44
Lehigh Valley Humanists 522 West Maple StreetAllentownPA18101 Kate Wilgruberkwilgruber@lvhumanists.orgwww.lvhumanists.org

Lehigh Valley Humanists focuses on a progressive life stance that, without supernaturalism, affirms our ability and responsibility to lead meaningful, ethical lives capable of adding to the greater good of humanity. Our goal is to promote Humanism and foster the building of a vibrant community dedicated to a positive ethical life-stance in the Lehigh Valley Area.

, 2019-03-01 12:10:16
Lehigh Valley Progressive Events 2035 Fenway AvenueBethlehemPA18018 Tom Ulrichtomulrich41@gmail.comlehighvalleyprogressiveevents.blogspot.com 610-882-1136 Lehigh Valley Progressive Events is an email and online newsletter published twice each month. It is a grassroots effort to publicize events about peace & justice, the environment, global warming, media/framing healthcare, election integrity, and corporatism/democracy in the Lehigh and Northampton County area in Pennsylvania. Email us to get our updates. ,Tom Ulrichtomulrich41@gmail.com610 882-1136 2020-01-28 11:52:51
Lehigh Valley Research Consortium Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges1309 Main StreetBethlehemPA18018 Hannah Stewart-Gambinostewarth@lafayette.eduwww.lehighvalleyresearch.org 610-625-7888 The Lehigh Valley Research Consortium (LVRC) combines the expertise of researchers from the Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges (LVAIC) and community partners to examine various issues (e.g., political, economic, social, health, and environmental) in a regional context. Through its efforts, the LVRC functions as a community-based information resource for Lehigh Valley government agencies, not-for-profits, businesses, and citizens. , 2019-02-15 16:25:34
Lehigh Valley Sustainability Network 1885 Dartford RoadBethlehemPA18015 Andrea Wittchenandrea@lvsustain.orgwww.lvsustain.org 610-730-8246 Mission: to create avenues for collaboration, education and action facilitating the creation of a sustainable Lehigh Valley. Goals include cultivating leaders who promote sustainability, increasing the visibility of sustainability and engaging the community in addressing sustainability issues. It provides a web resource that serves as a regional portal on organizations, events, projects and education in sustainability. Open to any organization or individual interested in sustainability. On Facebook, Twitter (@lvsustain), and LinkedIn (group: Lehigh Valley Sustainability Network). ,Andrea Wittchenandreawittchen@gmail.com610-868-3630 2020-02-18 06:09:31
Lehigh Valley Zoo 5150 Game Preserve RoadPO Box 519SchnecksvillePA18078 Melissa BorlandMBorland@lvzoo.orgwww.lvzoo.org 610-799-4171

Lehigh Valley Zoo’s mission is to create a safe, engaging and enlightening wildlife experience for guests of all ages as it demonstrates leadership in the cultural, scientific and conservation communities. Find us on social media:

  • Facebook: www.facebook.com/LVZoo
  • Instagram: www.instagram.com/lvzoo/
  • Twitter: twitter.com/LVZoo
  • YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCnSI6E-hiADCgd--ImO-6Mw
, 2019-03-01 12:24:34
Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania Bachman Publick House169 Northampton StreetEastonPA18042info@Lenape-Nation.orgwww.lenape-nation.org

A non-profit organization dedicated to increasing awareness of Lenape history and culture, the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania joins together members of the Lenape Nation and enyone else interested in the continuing development of Lenape language and culture. The Lenape Nation encourages partnerships among people and organizations, in order to foster cultural, historical and environmental education and preservation.

Also see Acknowledging the Original Inhabitants of the Area.

, 2020-04-14 14:27:38
LEPOCO Peace Center 313 W Fourth StreetBethlehemPA18015 Nancy Tate or Amanda Zaniesienkolepoco@fast.netwww.lepoco.org 610-691-8730

LEPOCO (Lehigh-Pocono Committee of Concern) brings people together to counter threats to peace, our way of life, and our planet.  Ongoing programs, all open to the general public, include:  Peace Camp, Monthly Peace Vigil, LEPOCO Peace Singers, Annual Dinner in March, Peace-a-thon (for bikers and walkers) in May, Potluck & Politics discussion series, monthly book discussion group, First Friday film series.

Working groups include:  America’s Solidarity Group and Stop the Wars Committee.  Actions generated as needed. LEPOCO publishes a newsletter and a weekly email calendar and updates its website calendar regularly.  Call for more information.

,Nancy Tate610-691-8730 2020-02-14 12:36:47
Lit Coffee Roastery and Bakeshop 26 E 3rd StreetBethlehemPA18015www.facebook.com/litroasteryandbakeshop/ 484-626-0945 Lit Coffee Roastery and Bakeshop is a Bethlehem-based coffee roastery and rustic bakery, offering fresh baked goods and roasted coffee. Lit provides fair trade, organic chocolate in their baked goods, and composts food waste. Customers are asked whether they will be dining in or taking away. If dining in, customers are given reusable cups and mugs, and if taking away, they are given a compostable cup. All menu items are made from scratch and there are plenty of vegan and vegetarian options. * Participant in the Alliance's 2019 Sustainability for Cafés & Restaurants project * ,Dan Taylorinfo@monocacycoffee.com 2020-04-22 01:21:17
Little Free Librarieswww.littlefreelibrary.org Little Free Library is a nonprofit organization that inspires a love of reading, builds community, and sparks creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchanges around the world. Through Little Free Libraries, millions of books are exchanged each year, profoundly increasing access to books for readers of all ages and backgrounds. There are dozens of little free libraries in the greater Lehigh Valley—see the map at www.littlefreelibrary.org/ourmap/ , 2019-03-01 12:27:11
Lower Saucon Township Historical Society P.O. Box 176HellertownPA18055 Joan Ruthlshistorical@yahoo.comwww.lutzfranklin.wordpress.com 610-625-8771 The Lower Saucon Township Historical Society seeks to preserve and maintain the Lutz-Franklin Schoolhouse as an example of 19th century Pennsylvania architecture, to utilize it as a place of public education, to acquire, conserve and archive artifacts, manuscripts, photographs, recordings and ephemera relevant to the history of Lower Saucon Township and to make them available for research, study and education. ,Joan Ruthaajmom@juno.com610 791-2262 2020-04-22 11:06:45
LV Climate Action NetworkBethlehemPA18018 Brian Hillardbhillard@rocketmail.com The purpose of this Network is to facilitate partnerships with others who have the capacity to enact climate policies. Whether through the LVPC, or at the county level, or the municipal one, we should continually be working towards building these relationships along with others who have the vision, expertise, and drive to initiate these climate polities. ,Brian Hillardbhillard@thesef.org 2020-02-04 14:52:03
Martin Luther & Coretta Scott King Memorial ProjectAllentownPA Kevin Easterlinginfo@mlkmemorialproject.orgwww.facebook.com/MLKmemorialLehighValley 484-661-1161

The Martin Luther & Coretta Scott King Memorial Project of the Lehigh Valley is an organizational initiative designed to develop a memorial and strategic community programs to commemorate and memorialize the life-work and ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King by leading a collaborative funding, construction, and program development process to honor their national and international contributions to world peace, justice, and equality.

, 2019-03-01 12:31:47
Mid-Atlantic Renewable Energy Association PO Box 84KutztownPA19530 Vera Cole or Bill Hennessyveracole@comcast.netwww.themarea.org The Mid-Atlantic Renewable Energy Association (MAREA) is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit organization that promotes environmentally-friendly energy and lifestyle choices for individuals and small businesses. We are dedicated to informing and educating the public on renewable energy production, energy efficiency, and sustainable living through meetings, workshops, educational materials and energy fairs. Our monthly meetings, free and open to the public, are held on the last Tuesday of each month at TEK Park, Route 222, Breinigsville, PA‚ 18031. Please see www.themarea.org for a current schedule of speakers and detailed directions. , 2020-01-31 14:34:10
Mock Turtle Marionette Theatre 421 Second AvenueBethlehemPA18018 Doug Roysdondoug@mockturtle.orgwww.mockturtle.org 610-867-8208 Based on the puppets and scripts of Doug Roysdon and developed through collaborations with many artists, Mock Turtle Marionette Theatre exploits the versatility of the puppetry arts. After a fairly extensive touring career, beginning with its founding in 1978, Mock Turtle turned its focus to activities at the Ice House in Bethlehem and over thirty collaborative partnerships with Valley arts and community groups, ranging from the Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley to Pennsylvania Sinfonia to the DaVinci Science Center. Increasingly, their partnerships are established to emphasize important children's issues such as literacy, diversity, and child abuse prevention. ,Doug Roysdendoug@mockturtle.org(610) 867-8208 2020-02-15 17:12:06
Modern Crumb 325 Northampton StreetEastonPA18042 Kathryn Gaffneywww.themoderncrumbbakeshop.com/ Modern Crumb is a bakery located in the Easton Public Market, owned by head chef Kathryn Gaffney. They offer a variety of breads, scones, pastries, and desserts made from scratch in house. The bakery takes measures to reduce their impact on the environment by composting any excess materials, and donating leftover baked goods to employees at the end of the day. Additionally, they have come up with creative solutions to upcycle uneaten baked goods and incorporate them into cakes or other pastries to sell the next day. * Participant in the Alliance's 2019 Sustainability for Cafés & Restaurants project * ,Kathryn Gaffneygaffney_kathryn@yahoo.com6176023500 2020-04-22 01:27:33
Mutual Aid Network of the Lehigh Valley (MANLV) info@mutualaidnetwork.org Kathy Perlowkathyp@mutualaidnetwork.orgmutualaidnetwork.org

We address the social determinants of health that impact life outcomes for some of our most vulnerable community members (i.e., formerly incarcerated, juveniles aging out of the foster care system, homeless populations, individuals recovering from addiction, and newly settled refugee communities). MANLV addresses social needs of isolation, lack of community engagement, lack of a sense of belonging, poverty, institutional racism, restorative practices, health outcomes, education, and violence. One of eight pilot sites around the world in a global cooperative designed to build and share knowledge, resources, and experience in order to create a cooperative egalitarian economy from the ground up.

,Kathy Perlowkathy.perlow@gmail.com 2019-03-01 12:34:51
NAACP – Allentown Branch P.O. Box 9418AllentownPA18105 Dan Bosketdbosket@caclv.orgwww.facebook.com/naacpallentown/ 610-797-1107

The mission of the NAACP—Allentown Branch is to ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination. The vision of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights and there is no racial hatred or racial discrimination.

, 2020-04-22 02:12:32
NAACP – Bethlehem Branch P.O. Box 1474BethlehemPA18016 Esther Leebethnaacp@bethnaacp.orgbethnaacp.org 610-866-2078 The mission of the NAACP—Bethlehem Branch is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination. The vision of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights and there is no racial hatred or racial discrimination. , 2020-02-04 16:04:05
NAACP – Easton Branch PO Box 703EastonPA18042 Lance Wheelermembershipnaacp2260@gmail.comwww.naacp-eastonpa.org 484-602-8714

The mission of the NAACP—Easton Branch is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination. Our vision is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights without discrimination based on race.

, 2020-01-31 10:53:16
Natural Builders Guild Peter Christinecontact@naturalbuildersguild.orgwww.naturalbuildersguild.org

The Natural Builders Guild is made up of professionals and homeowners who formed the Guild to promote and foster the Natural Building trades, methods, and practices in the Greater Lehigh Valley.

Regular monthly meetings (late afternoon/early evening).
Everyone is welcome to attend.

An Alliance Working Group.

 

,Paul Thiessenjptcontracting@gmail.com 2020-03-11 20:16:14
Nature's Way143 Northampton StreetEastonPA18042 Karen Neuman or Sarah Adamseaston.naturesway@gmail.comwww.natureswayeaston.com 610-253-0940 Nature's Way Market is located in the historic district of Easton, Pennsylvania and has been serving the community for over 42 years. We offer local and organic dairy, meats and vegetables, and an impressive bulk section which includes herbs, grains, beans, fruits, and nuts. We have a large selection of quality supplements and a knowledgeable staff on hand to answer your questions. Our mission is to educate and inform. Visit Nature's Way on Facebook at Easton-Nature's Way. , 2019-02-16 08:07:33
Neighborhood Health Centers of the Lehigh ValleyPA Janelle ZelkoJZelko@nhclv.comwww.nhclv.org 610-820-7605 ext. 2310

Neighborhood Health Centers of the Lehigh Valley (NHCLV) is a local federally-qualified Health Center in the Lehigh Valley. One of the opportunities that NHCLV offers to patients, community members, and organizational partners is time banking, which is a model that is used to encourage reciprocity and mutual respect within our community by facilitating the exchange of skills and talents through time. In time banking, we believe that everyone has something to contribute, and that each individual should be valued for the gifts and talents that he/she has to offer.

, 2020-04-14 14:36:30
Nurture Nature Center 518 Northampton StreetEastonPA18042 Rachel Hogan Carrrhogan@nurturenature.orgwww.nurturenaturecenter.org 610-253-4432 x 0

Science-based organization that combines science, art, and community dialogue to get people talking and thinking about environmental issues. Its main exhibit is Science on a Sphere, a giant animated globe that displays breathtaking visualizations of Earth and planetary science. Visitors can also experience programs and exhibitions in the science theater and four art galleries. Regular hours: Wednesdays and Saturdays, noon-4 p.m; Thursdays, 6-9 p.m. NNC hosts special programs: on the Sphere, frequently Thursday evenings and Saturday afternoons; gardening presentations; and hands-on art and garden projects. Visit the Urban Recycle Garden out back any time. More information: website and Facebook page.

,Rachel Hogan Carrrhogan@nurturenature.org(610) 253-4432 2020-04-14 14:47:54
PEACE-YouthDurhamPA18039 Ann Marshalldurhamccap@gmail.com

PEACE-Youth was started in 2015, soon after the group’s neighborhood was targeted for the path of the PennEast pipeline.

Our focuses currently are threefold:  Stop the PennEast Pipeline, ban fracking, and help switch our communities to sustainable energy and sustainable living practices. We support all environmental practices and ecosystem restoration. As we develop, we hope to collaborate with schools and offer curriculum support for teachers to integrate this awareness into the classrooms and help youth recognize the incredible dangers we face — but also the amazing opportunities that come with an energy revolution.

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Penn State Cooperative Extension Service – Lehigh County 4184 Dorney Park RoadAllentownPA18104 Tina M. SchuckerLehighExt@psu.edulehigh.extension.psu.edu 610-391-9840 County, state, and federal support enables us to help local residents with everyday challenges such as identifying threats to crops or teaching families how to manage their finances. We reach out as Extension Educators and volunteers to share Penn State's resources with residents of Lehigh County. Agriculture, horticulture, 4-H youth, and family living programs are offered. ,Tina M Schuckertms59@psu.edu 2019-03-01 13:15:06
Penn State Cooperative Extension Service – Northampton County 14 Gracedale AvenueNazarethPA18064 Megan Chawnermzc335@psu.eduextension.psu.edu/northampton-county 610-746-1970

Penn State Cooperative Extension in Northampton County gives local residents easy access to the resources and expertise of the Pennsylvania State University. Through educational programs, publications, and events, cooperative extension educators deliver unbiased, research-based information to Northampton County citizens. We can answer your questions on a wide array of topics. To find out how we can help you, browse our website or contact us by email or phone.

,std11@psu.edu 2019-03-01 13:18:03
Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA) PO Box 419MillheimPA16854info@pasafarming.orgwww.pasafarming.org 814-349-9856 PASA's mission is promoting profitable farms that produce healthy food for all people while respecting the natural environment. PASA hosts educational and social events throughout the year in every corner of Pennsylvania. Check out our website for more information and join us at an upcoming event. ,Christina Kosteleckychristina@pasafarming.org 2020-01-27 13:57:06
Pennsylvania Community Rights Network (PACRN) 107 Center StreetEast PittsburghPA15112 Malinda Harnish Clatterbuckclatterms@gmail.compacommunityrights.org 717-576-0794

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to help Pennsylvania communities establish their rights for democratic local self-governance, social justice, and environmental sustainability.

, 2019-04-04 10:48:35
Pennsylvania Farmers Union PO Box 863StroudsburgPA18360 Heidi Secordpafarmersunion@gmail.comwww.pafarmersunion.org 717-576-0794

A 501(c)(4) policy and advocacy organization. A dedicated policy voice of family farmers and supportive rural and urban residents and consumers across the Keystone State. Through policy, advocacy and education, PFU works to preserve a sustainable local economy while ensuring domestically grown, healthy food choices for our community. PFU is a grassroots organization where policy positions are initiated locally. Whether it’s food safety, dairy, specialty crops, trade or any other issue facing Pennsylvania family farmers, PFU listens to farmers, trade organizations, conservation organizations, and food co-ops, in sharing a deep commitment to conservation and the success of family agriculture.

, 2019-04-04 10:46:36
Pennsylvania Land Trust Association 119 Pine Street, 1st FloorHarrisburgPA17101 Nicole Faragunainfo@conserveland.orgwww.conserveland.org 717-230-8560 The Pennsylvania Land Trust Association works to protect Pennsylvania's special places by helping land trusts acquire land and conservation easements. Land trust efforts revolve around working cooperatively with landowners and crafting projects with win-win outcomes for communities. , 2019-03-01 13:21:24
Planned Parenthood Keystone Planned Parenthood Allentown Health Center29 N. 9th StreetAllentownPA18104 Administrative Officeinfo@ppkeystone.orgwww.ppkeystone.org 610-481-0481 Planned Parenthood promotes and protects universal access to reproductive health care and freedom of choice to determine reproductive needs. Our health centers provide routine gynecological services, pregnancy testing and options counseling, diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, emergency contraception, abortion services, colposcopy, and cryotherapy. Our education programs provide healthy relationship information, decision-making skills, risk reduction, and information about birth control and sexually transmitted infections, among other s. The advocacy component seeks to educate the public around issues important to our mission. Health centers are located in Allentown, Bensalem, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Quakertown, Reading, Warminster, Wilkes-Barre, and York. , 2020-02-06 13:09:43
Plant a Row Lehigh Valley 513 Steeplechase LaneAllentownPA18106 Karen Fitzpatrickinfo@plantarowlv.orgplantarowlv.org 610-530-7728

Plant A Row LV - a group of local gardeners with the common goal of providing fresh produce to our neighbors in need.  During the growing season, area gardeners are encouraged to dedicate a row in their garden to donate to local food pantries, soup kitchens and meal centers.  We provide convenient drop-off points throughout Lehigh and Northampton counties from April to October.  Overflow produce is gladly accepted.  Don’t have a garden - purchase extra produce and bring it to a drop-off point.  Visit our website to register your garden, find the nearest drop-off point, and/or learn additional ways to volunteer.  Like us on Facebook.

 

,Karen Fitzpatrickkmcfitzp@gmail.com610-530-7728 2020-02-08 12:29:31
POWER Lehigh Valley 916 W Turner StreetAllentownPA18102 Jude-Laure Denisjdenis@powernortheast.orgwww.facebook.com/POWERLehighValley/ 484-240-1201

Pennsylvanians Organized to Witness, Empower and Rebuild (POWER) focuses on both short- and long-term solutions, aimed at disrupting the status quo through effective grassroots organizing rooted in both personal and collective transformation. Our mission is to foster truly healthy, inclusive, and just communities across the Lehigh Valley, by building a multi-racial justice movement that is predicated on a clear understanding of both how white supremacy operates at a systemic and individual level, and how oppression negatively impacts us all.

 

 

,Jude-Laure Denisjdenis@powernortheast.org610.401.4101 2020-04-22 01:31:32
ProJeCt of Easton 320 Ferry StreetEastonPA18042 Janice D. Komisorjkomisor@projecteaston.orgwww.projecteaston.org 610-258-4361

ProJeCt has served at-risk people and families in the Lehigh Valley for more than 50 years. ProJeCt believes that education and an inter-connected set of services are the keys to helping people help themselves break the cycle of poverty. We offer adult education, family literacy, school-based programs and safety-net resources (including a food pantry), all at no charge, to help our clients work toward self-sufficiency. ProJeCt’s research-based programs, combined with hands-on case management services, help clients achieve success in school, work and life.

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Rodale Institute 611 Siegfriedale RoadKutztownPA19530-9320info@rodaleinstitute.orgwww.rodaleinstitute.org 610-683-1400 Pioneering organics since 1947, and improving the health and well-being of people and the planet. Building on the prescient visions of J.I. and Robert Rodale, the Rodale Institute has been pioneering organics through our innovative research, education and outreach, advocating organic food production techniques as a means of renewing human and environmental health. Long before environmental issues were news-worthy or organic was trendy, our organic and regenerative research taught millions of people around the globe how to transform their lives and their communities. Rodale Institute hosts classes, workshops, webinars, and events focused on organic gardening and farming. The Kutztown farm is open to the public year-round. Rodale Institute can also be reached at their social media sites: Twitter: @rodaleinstitute Instagram: rodaleinstitute Facebook: Rodale Institute , 2020-01-29 15:31:30
Scratch Easton 325 Northampton StreetEastonPA18042scratcheaston.com/ 610-814-7774 Scratch offers farm-to-table artisan pizza and sourdough breads made fresh in house. Ingredients are sourced directly from their own farm right here in Pennsylvania to ensure their food is held to the highest standards of quality and sustainability. Their pizzas are cooked in an oven fueled by locally sourced wood, and all food waste is composted. The beer is from ShawneeCraft Brewing, which uses locally sourced ingredients as much as is possible, and operates on an ethos of “True to Nature. True to the Craft”, recycling, reusing, and repurposing everything it can. The brewery upcycles spent grain from the brewery to make beer bread, and is used by local farmers for animal feed. You can expect to see flavorful specials to reflect the weekly produce in season. * Participant in the Alliance's 2019 Sustainability for Cafés & Restaurants project * ,Melissa Andersonmelissa@scratcheaston.com2158046316 2020-04-22 01:33:57
Second Harvest Food Bank 6969 Silver Crest RoadNazarethPA18064 Jessica Dokachevshfb-info@caclv.orgwww.caclv.org 484-821-2408

Operates in Lehigh, Northampton, Carbon, Monroe, Pike, and Wayne counties, last year distributing more than 9 million pounds of food to more than 200 emergency food pantries, meal centers, homeless shelters, child care agencies, addiction treatment programs, and just about any agency that feeds people as part of their operation ? a network serving more than 60,000 people each month. Also administers supplemental nutrition programs for children, seniors, active-duty military reservists and veterans, SNAP outreach and application assistance, a nutrition education program, and anti-poverty advocacy initiatives. Second Harvest is committed to providing the healthiest food possible to families most in need.

,Jessica Dokachevjdokachev@caclv.org 2020-02-12 19:41:19
The Seed Farm Lehigh County Agricultural Center, Suite 1074184 Dorney Park RoadAllentownPA18104 Lindsey Parks, Executive Directorlindsey_parks@theseedfarm.orgshfblv.org/theseedfarm/ 610-391-9583 ext 16; cell: 484-866-6076

A nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating the next generation of farmers. We offer new farmer training and an agricultural business incubator on our 42-acre site in Emmaus. New and aspiring farmers learn skills that are critical to farming success. The workshops and classes teach organic vegetable production, equipment operation, marketing, business planning, and more. The Seed Farm’s agricultural business incubator brings farm ownership within reach by providing access to expensive and critical resources. Beginning farmers with adequate experience and business plans may launch their farm businesses in the incubator, accessing land, equipment, infrastructure, mentoring, and more, at reduced rates.

,Lindsey Parkslindsey_parks@theseedfarm.org610-391-9583 2020-04-22 01:36:07
Shanthi Project PO Box 3716PalmerPA18045 Denise Veresdenise@shanthiproject.orgwww.shanthiproject.org Teaches therapeutic yoga and mindfulness classes throughout the Lehigh Valley to hundreds of at-risk youth and trauma survivors, including children in the foster care system, veterans, and the incarcerated. Also, presents in-class mindfulness to thousands of school children and their teachers each school year. Through controlled movement, breathing, and mindfulness, students learn valuable coping and life skills that cultivate self-awareness, enhance compassion, and promote positive emotions, helping to establish healthy and productive relationships. Shanthi Project’s teachers have received specialized training in trauma-informed yoga, including how to work with at-risk youth and those who have survived emotional and physical trauma. ,Denise Veres 2020-01-28 14:10:16
Sierra Club, Kittatinny Group 348 Pine Creek RdKemptonPA19529 Darree Sicherzinc5@enter.netkittgroup.weebly.com 610-823-8258

The Sierra Club's mission is to explore, enjoy, and protect Earth's wild places, to practice and promote the responsible use of earth's ecosystems and resources, to educate and enlist humanity in protecting and restoring the quality of the natural and human environment, and to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives. The Kittatinny (Berks and Schuylkill) Group, in concert with the national Sierra Club and the Pennsylvania Chapter, works on local, regional, state, and national environmental issues. We publish the Berks-Lehigh Sustainable Farm Directory, organize educational events and hikes, and evaluate environmental records of local political candidates.

,Darree Sicherzinc5@enter.net610-823-8258 2020-02-11 12:42:29
Sierra Club, Lehigh Valley Group 1814 Homestead AvenueBethlehemPA18018 Donald Mileslvsierraclub@gmail.comwww.sierraclublehigh.com 610-730-2514 The Sierra Club is the oldest and largest environmental advocacy organization in the United States. The Pennsylvania Chapter has nine Groups, including ours. We work to protect our environment in the Lehigh Valley and globally. We engage in environmental activism, conduct conservation projects, present outings (hikes, etc.) in the area, present education programs, lobby state and national legislators about environmental issues and endorse candidates we feel best support the environment. , 2020-02-11 12:45:51
Slate Belt Rising 197 Pennsylvania AvenueBangorPA18013 Stephen Reidersreider@caclv.orgwww.slatebeltrising.org 484-523-0900

Slate Belt Rising (SBR) is a neighborhood revitalization initiative designed to integrate and capitalize on the substantial assets of the individual Slate Belt communities. By leveraging the unique history, architecture, and culture of each municipality into a regional approach, SBR will use a Neighborhood Partnership Plan to foster comprehensive community and economic development. While SBR specifically targets the boroughs of Bangor, Wind Gap, Pen Argyl, and Portland, some initiatives promote development and the coordination of services for the entire region.

, 2020-04-14 14:53:27
South Side Initiative (SSI)BethlehemPA18015 Breena Hollandbrh205@lehigh.edussi.cas2.lehigh.edu 610-758-5982 SSI brings together Lehigh University faculty, students and staff with the people of Bethlehem to share knowledge, foster democracy, and improve the quality of life in our city. SSI rests on the proposition that the teaching and research mission of the university—and the quality of life in Bethlehem—will be enhanced by this collaboration that allows for the sharing of local forms of knowledge, historical memory, and cultural practice with those in the university. SSI ultimately provides a forum to address pressing challenges in the life of the city by creating opportunities for informed democratic deliberation and action. ,Breena Holland 2020-02-04 12:10:37
SouthSide Film Festival & SouthSide Film Institute 26 E Third StreetBethlehemPA18015 Jeff Vaclavikdbrew101@gmail.comsouthsidefilmfestival.com/ 610-882-4300 The SouthSide Film Institute is a grass-roots organization dedicated to promoting and preserving the art of independent filmmaking, offering choices to patrons of the arts, and showcasing the cultural community of the South Side of Bethlehem. The Institute presents the 17th Annual SouthSide Film Festival June 16-20, 2020.  To date, the SSFF has screened over 1,500 independent films from 47 States and 102 Countries. The Festival is Carbon Neutral. Like us on Facebook.  Follow us on Twitter. ,Bill Stanford 2020-04-22 01:39:17
The Stone House Group 301 BroadwaySuite 500BethlehemPA18015info@theshg.comwww.theshg.com 610-868-9600 Providing facilities consulting services since 1999:
  • Facilities / Project Management
  • Energy management
  • Building commissioning
  • Sustainability
,Larry Eighmyeighmy@theshg.com610-868-9600 c4842391401 2020-02-12 19:40:08
Stonehedge Gardens 51 Dairy RoadTamaquaPA18252 Tracy Perryinfo@stonehedgegardens.orgwww.stonehedge.us 570-386-4276

In 1966 Russell Keich and Don Herring, avid gardeners and artists, purchased a farm and transformed it into a living museum, using salvaged materials from dismantled churches, barns, and other classic structures. Gradually the surrounding cornfields and stream were transformed into six acres of breathtaking gardens interspersed among waterfalls, water gardens, and ponds. Today, Stonehedge is a nonprofit, perpetuating the continuing creative expressions of nature, the arts, and metaphysical and holistic healing. Our mission is to provide a healing, sacred, inclusive environment for personal and community transformation and wellness.

, 2019-03-01 13:53:29
Sustainable Energy Fund 1005 Brookside RoadSuite 210AllentownPA18106thesef@thesef.orgwww.thesef.org 610-264-4440

Sustainable Energy Fund is a non-profit organization that assists energy users in overcoming educational and financial barriers to a sustainable energy future: a future in which energy is harvested, converted, distributed and utilized in a manner that allows all to meet their energy needs without compromising the ability of their children and grandchildren to meet their needs.

See our website for information about our annual EnergyPath Conference!

, 2020-02-12 19:42:05
Switchback Pizza 525 W Jubilee StreetEmmausPA18049www.switchbackpizza.com 610-928-0641 Wood oven pizza made from local, seasonal ingredients. This restaurant uses LED lighting, donates unused food and composts scraps, has reduced water usage, recycles & uses recycled materials (printer paper, napkins), and uses local, organic, pesticide-free food as much as possible. , 2020-02-01 13:57:36
Tackling T.I.N.A.BethlehemPA Adam Heidebrink-Brunoadh216@lehigh.eduwordpress.lehigh.edu/tacklingtina/ 507-360-9888

Tackling T.I.N.A. is a public discussion series that focuses on various aspects of economic justice. Our events help participants dispell one of the most prominent myths about contemporary capitalism today, that “There Is No Alternative” (T.I.N.A.). We do this by celebrating the many alternatives that already exist today and thinking about how to use these models of ownership and value to create an economic system that works for everybody.

We partner with numerous Lehigh Valley organizations in order to have NGO staff, activists, community leaders, and long-term area residents serve as facilitators for these important topics. Visit our website to find an upcoming event or learn how you can get involved.

, 2019-04-08 11:40:28
Terra Café 321 Northampton StreetEastonPA18042 Manuel Fresnedawww.facebook.com/terracafes/ 610-330-6900 Terra Café is a local business in the city of Easton that provides fresh, local, and organic coffee. There are a number of meals that can be enjoyed at one of the best 3 coffee houses in the Lehigh Valley. At Terra their focus is community, and providing a friendly experience. “We love where we live and feel blessed by our customers.” Terra currently participates in composting programs offered in Easton. From smoothies to sandwiches, eggs to tofu scramble, there is something for everyone at Terra. There is also a discount if you bring your own container for drinks! * Participant in the Alliance's 2019 Sustainability for Cafés & Restaurants project ,Manuel Fresnedasalvadormio@yahoo.com6104428363 2020-04-22 01:42:50
The Joint 77 W Broad Street #18COff the Sun Inn CourtyardBethlehemPA18018support@jointcoffeeco.comthejointcoffee.com/ 610-419-9237 The Joint serves locally-roasted coffee and serves local produce when available. Mugs for in-house coffee; to-go comes in biodegradable cups. They use LED lighting throughout, promote recycling, and use environmentally-friendly cleaning products. * Participant in the Alliance's 2019 Sustainability for Cafés & Restaurants project * ,Courtneycourtney@jointcoffeeco.com 2020-04-22 01:43:22
Touchstone Theatre 321 E Fourth StreetBethlehemPA18015 Emma Ackermanemma@touchstone.orgwww.touchstone.org 610-867-1689

Touchstone Theatre is a professional, nonprofit theatre company located in our multi-ethnic and multi-lingual Bethlehem. At its heart is a resident ensemble of theater artists rooted both in our local community and the international community of ensemble-created theaters. The ensemble is engaged in the creation of original work; the on-going development of theatre productions in which image, movement, space and sound play as important a role as the text; touring selected original and ensemble-created works; offering educational programs that inspire students of all ages to discover their creative voice; and demonstrate the power of theatre as a community-building tool.

, 2020-02-12 19:44:12
Transitions Lehigh Valleytransitionslv@sustainlv.org

Transitions Lehigh Valley is one of over 100 official Transition Initiatives in the U.S. and part of the global Transitions movement. The Transitions movement looks to communities for meaningful action regarding peak oil, climate instability, and economic chaos. Currently, our focus is on creating Transitions U, a means for providing workshop, training, hands-on learning, strategizing, and think tank sessions throughout the Lehigh Valley to engage and empower people in each community so as to unleash their creativity and their collaborative strength and enabling them to work toward resilience and sustainability.  We are also exploring residential solar energy projects.

, 2019-09-14 12:19:44
Turning Point of Lehigh Valley 444 E Susquehanna StreetAllentownPA18103 Lori G. Sywenskywww.turningpointlv.org 610-797-0530


Turning Point is the domestic-violence agency for Lehigh and Northampton counties. Its mission is to eliminate domestic violence in the Lehigh Valley through empowerment, education, and engagement. Services include a 24-hour helpline, safe housing, crisis, and options counseling court advocacy, children and teen programming,  and community education and outreach. Healthcare professionals are trained through medical advocacy programming. All of the agency’s programs and services are available in English and Spanish and are provided free of charge.

Need Help? Call Our 24-HR HELPLINE 1-610-437-3369

,loris@turningpointlv.org484 294-4530 2020-02-12 19:45:19
United Sludge-Free Alliance PO Box 39KemptonPA19529 Darree Sicherinfo@usludgefree.orgwww.usludgefree.org 610-823-8258

Our mission is to provide educational information on the health and safety risks to our food, water, communities, and environment of the backward and dangerous use of sewage sludge wastes as a false fertilizer and irrigation supply. United Sludge-Free Alliance is dedicated to shining light on the issue of sewage sludge solids and liquid wastes disposal. By highlighting known dangers, contamination “mysteries”, industry-resistant science, political history, personal stories of community and worker contamination, alternative uses and actions to take, we empower you to recapture your health, food, water, air, outdoor environments, and the wonderful places we call home.

,Darree Sicherzinc5@enter.net610 823-8258 2020-02-15 17:58:05
Valley Against Sex Trafficking (VAST) 1341 Linden St.AllentownPA18102 Catharine Kessack Executive Directorinfo@thevast.orgwww.thevast.org 484-560-6836

Through collaboration, advocacy, and education, VAST empowers survivors and encourages the community to take action in the local anti-trafficking movement.

Please contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline to report tips, request services, or get help for you or someone in need.
1-888-373-7888 or contact the VAST Hub for Helpline 484-560-6836.

 

,Lori Nikoleyczikinfo@thevast.org484-560-6838 2020-02-05 15:42:53
Watershed Associations

For more information and a map showing the areas served by each watershed association, visit www.watershedcoalitionlv.org.

Bertsch-Hokendauqua-Catasauqua Watershed Association
(NW Northampton County)
www.bhcwa.org
610-829-6278
npritchard@northamptioncounty.org

Bushkill Stream Conservancy (Tatamy)
www.bushkill.org
bushkillstreamconservancy@gmail.com

Carbon County Groundwater Guardians (Dallas)
www.carbonwaters.org
570-645-8597

Cooks Creek Watershed Association (Springtown)
www.cookscreekpa.org
610-346-1604
info@cookscreekpa.org

Fry’s Run Watershed Association (Easton)
www.frysrun.org
484-373-0987
frysrun@gmail.com

Little Lehigh Watershed Coalition (Emmaus)
www.llwcpa.org
poshefko@ptd.net

Maiden Creek Watershed Association (Kutztown)
www.maidencreekwatershed.org
610-372-4992
on Facebook

Martins-Jacoby Watershed Association (Martins Creek)
pmcine4325@aol.com
610-253-7623

Monocacy Creek Watershed Association
on Facebook
monocacycrwa@gmail.com
610-317-8073

Musconetcong Watershed Association (Asbury, NJ)
www.musconetcong.org
908-537-7060

Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy (Schwenksville)
www.perkiomenwatershed.org
610-287-9383

Saucon Creek Watershed Association (Hellertown)
on Facebook
kmax@enter.net

Also see Watershed Coalition of the Lehigh Valley.

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Watershed Coalition of the Lehigh Valley 14 Gracedale AvenueNazarethPA18164 Julie Pi'eiro, Secretarypineirojulie@gmail.comwww.watershedcoalitionlv.org 610-746-1971

The Watershed Coalition of the Lehigh Valley serves as an umbrella organization for community watershed associations in Lehigh, Northampton, and surrounding counties. The Coalition's mission is to preserve and enhance watersheds throughout the region. It pursues its mission through outreach and education to the public, resource and information sharing among its community watershed organization members, and advocacy on key issues critical to water resource health in the Lehigh Valley and surrounding region. Most recently, the Coalition initiated Pennsylvania's first Master Watershed Steward Program, which serves to train ordinary citizens to be effective volunteers in local water resource protection.

Lehigh Valley watershed associations

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WDIY 88.1 Lehigh Valley Public Radio, NPR 301 Broadway3rd FloorBethlehemPA18015 Alison DelReinfo@wdiy.orgwww.wdiy.org 610-694-8100 ext 4 Tune in for NPR programming, WDIY Classics, The Blend, public affairs, folk and jazz programming Monday through Friday. See our website for the complete schedule of programming. The mission of WDIY as a public radio station is to engage the Lehigh Valley community through a wide-ranging exchange of music, arts, news and culturally diverse information. WDIY partners with various community and business organizations in the Lehigh Valley. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wdiy881 Twitter: https://twitter.com/WDIYFM , 2020-01-27 15:59:13
Wildlands Conservancy 3701 Orchid PlaceEmmausPA18049 Elizabeth Duganedugan@wildlandspa.orgwww.wildlandspa.org 610-965-4397

Wildlands Conservancy is a nonprofit land trust of the Lehigh Valley and Lehigh River watershed. We?ve been creating lasting connections to nature since 1973, through land protection, environmental stewardship, and education. Wildlands has protected more than 54,000 acres of high-conservation-value lands, it benefits more than 19,000 school-age children annually through environmental education and is focused on improving water quality and wildlife habitat within and beyond its nine nature preserves totaling more than 2,600 acres. Wildlands? main office and the Air Products Environmental Education Center is at its 77.5-acre Pool Wildlife Sanctuary in Emmaus. For more information visit our website.

, 2019-04-04 11:20:56
Young People Making Peace Summer Day Camp (Peace Camp) 313 West 4th StreetBethlehemPA18015 Amanda Zaniesienko or Marcie Lightwoodlepoco@fast.netwww.lepoco.org/peace-camp 610-691-8730

Young People Making Peace Summer Day Camp (Peace Camp) takes place every summer in late July.  Founded in 1990, this one-week camp involves children (Kindergarten through 7th grade) and teen/adult volunteers in fun and creative songs, games, stories, craft projects, mostly in small groups, with a focus on peace and justice themes.  Registration forms are usually available in the LEPOCO Office by March.

,Peter 2020-02-14 12:42:05
YWCA of Bethlehem 3895 Adler PlaceBuilding A, Suite 180BethlehemPA18017info@ywcabethlehem.orgwww.ywcabethlehem.org 610-867-4669, ext 102 Dedicating to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. Our services include: a caring and affordable place for adult day services center for adults age 60 years or older diagnosed with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, and intellectual disabilities, case management, and recreational activities for seniors at Fred. B. Rooney Building, Great Decisions Foreign Policy Lecture Series, and girls' and women's empowerment programs such as TechGRYLS after-school STEM program, Prom Dress Day, LPGA-USGA Girls Golf of Lehigh Valley, and racial justice education programs such as Study Circles on Racism and Race Relations. ,Diane Grolleradminassist@ywcabethlehem.org610-867-4669 ext 101 2020-04-14 15:10:13