Building Community Connections
The Great Valley School District is often asked by non-profit organizations to share information with students and parents. This page was created to provide families with information about non-profit organizations within or serving the Great Valley community.Please note that the web links listed here go to organizations outside of the Great Valley School District and are not authorized web pages of the Great Valley School District web site. The District takes no responsibility for the content of these pages.For information about special events and registration opportunities available in the Great Valley community, please use the link to the left entitled, "Special Events and Registrations." Information is posted here as it becomes available.
Be A Part of the Conversation
Be a Part of the Conversation is a nonprofit organization that creates dialogues about substance use and its impact on individuals and their families. Through guest speakers, panels, educational workshops, and parent support meetings, the Conversation involves all members of the community to foster open communication about a subject that is often shrouded in fear and shame. The Conversation aims to remove stigma in order to clear the way for a culture of support and growth.
Center for Families
The Center for Families at Malvern provides a safe haven for parents and teens to find strength, hope, and peace. The Center for Families provides peer support, education, and clinical counseling for mental health issues that affect families every day.
Charlestown Historical Society
The Charlestown Historical Society was started in 1973 as a non-profit, non-political organization whose aim is to provide current and future generations with a small “window on the past” through artifacts and records, into what life was like in this quiet farming community in the 19th Century. A marvelous glimpse of Charlestown’s past is provided by the Society’s events and resources.
Chester County Community Resource Guide
The Chester County Community Resource Guide provides a listing of resources available to county residents, including information and referral agencies, coordinated assessment for individuals and families experiencing homelessness, rental housing assistance programs, financial assistance, legal and credit counseling services, drug and alcohol, and mental health treatment resources, health and medical services, and more!
Chester County Council, Boy Scouts of America
Cub Scouting is all about learning by discovery and discovery by doing. It's the place for fun, friends, family, games, trips, new skills, building confidence, and learning about the great outdoors.
(610) 696-2900 or 800-30-SCOUT