The Community House has temporarily CLOSED its building to the public and will now be operating minimally, remotely and virtually.
We must and will continue to place the safety and health of our guests, supporters, volunteers and staff – first – and have done so in line with our own standards and protocols, and consistent with the Governor’s latest orders.
Be assured The Community House is doing everything it can to be ready to physically re-open – as soon as social distancing and sheltering in place is lifted – and when it is as humanly safe and healthy for all concerned.
We have created the “Community House Emergency Fund” – to help staff during this most uncertain time provide ongoing distance learning and socialization for our children, health and wellness checks for our seniors, community outreach, planning/preparation post-COVID-19, and the ongoing care/maintenance of the historic Community House. Click on this link if you wish to donate.
Thank you all for your support, kind words, and generosity during this extraordinary time of crisis.
This too shall pass. When it does, we will be there for you. Be well. Stay safe.
Every House Needs a Strong Foundation
Established in 2017, the mission of The Community House Foundation is to secure supplemental philanthropic funds critically needed to keep our promise to our families, and to the Community, who depend on us to deliver a variety of quality programs and services. Robust philanthropy will help make it possible for us to launch, expand and sustain top level programs and services at The Community House.
The Community House Foundation will also help raise funds and awareness for the preservation of the Community House, its legacy, and its historic building. Historic preservation is a critical movement in planning designed to conserve old buildings and areas in an effort to tie a place’s history to its population and culture.