Celebrate the Sixties – Eat & Greet with Orion friends turning 60!
August 10th 5:30pm – 9:30pm
Molly Maguire’s Fenix Room
Join us for dinner, friends, familiar tunes and help Orion’s clients at the same time
because 20% of your food bill will be donated to Orion!
Click on the voucher below and bring it along with some friends or come alone
and we’ll provide the birthday cake!
CLICK HERE TO RSVP or email us at info@OrionCommunities.org
by Aug 8th so the chefs will be prepared for us!
Can’t join us for dinner and cake? You can still help Orion by dining at Molly Maguire’s
for lunch on August 10th or by making a donation below.
3rd Annual Warmth for All event coming this November!
Check back soon for a confirmed date, time and new location this year!
SAVE THE DATE!
Music for Everyone with Julia Chalfin and Cory O’Neill Walker
Check back for more details and ticket options this Summer!
Christmas in June at the Art Street Festival
Share the holiday cheer with our neighbors in need this summer!
Summer needs include sun block, sun hats, swim diapers, flip flops, $10-$50 gift cards for kids’ summer clothing.
Year round needs include personal hygiene items, laundry detergent, toilet tissue, paper towels, household cleaning supplies, $10-$20 gift cards for gas or food.
Items can be dropped off at Orion anytime through June 9th to be distributed to our neighbors in need this summer.
THANK YOU FOR HELPING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Kickoff ORION’s 40th Anniversary Celebration!
2nd Annual Night of Music & Stories
A Benefit Evening for ORION Communities
Vocalist Liz Faranda with Pianist Derek Maninfior
Tuesday, April 11
6:30pm – 9pm at The Kimberton Inn
Join us for…
buffet dinner with carving station
desserts, cash bar, silent auction
show tunes to classical music
& stories from our neighbors
Silent Auction Sampling
- Weekend in Cape May
- Dinner with Lou Beccaria & Keith Burress
- Handcrafted Jewelry
- Dinners From Around the World
Get your tickets today online at http://orioncommunities.org/night-of-music/
2105 Kimberton Rd, Kimberton, PA
ABOUT THE EVENT
The 2016 Annual Charity Gala: A Season of Giving
Each year, the Chamber’s Annual Charity Gala benefits the non-profit community to help them continue their great work throughout the year!
This event features stylish hors d’oeuvres, a savory plated dinner and tasty dessert, multiple tables of auction items, a live band – Rhythm and Blondes, and an amazing opportunity to meet new people and enjoy the company of current connections.
The beneficiary of this year’s Charity Gala is Orion Communities! Since 1978, Orion has prided itself on respectfully serving the community, including the unemployed or under-employed, homeless, hungry, disabled, or ill. “Orion makes a special effort to reach out to those who fall between the cracks. Our goal is to make the seemingly impossible, possible.”
Host: Phoenixville Country Club
Time: 5:30pm – 9:00pm
Individual Ticket: $80
Couple’s Ticket: $150
Table of 10: $750
Phoenixville Country Club
355 Country Club Road
Phoenixville, PA 19460
Share music, food & warmth with Orion Communities!
Saturday, November 12, 2016, 5-9 pm
Join us as a community to enjoy music by Charlie Frey’s Blue Plate Specials and refreshments at the Kimberton Waldorf School – 410 W. Seven Stars Rd, Phoenixville
Admission is Free – Donations gratefully accepted.
Please bring blankets, coats & canned goods for Phoenixville area shelters, food cupboards and neighbors in need.
Kimberton Waldorf School’s
4th Annual French Creek 5k/10k Trail Run/Walk, 1 Mile Stroll & Roll and Wellness Fair
5k Nature Walk, and 1 mile Stroll & Roll
Sunday, October 9, 2016
410 W. Seven Stars Rd.
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania 19460
8:30 am – On-site registration opens
9:00 am – Kids Fun Run
9:30 am – 1 mile Stroll & Roll $20
10:00 am – 5k Trail Run/Walk $30
10:00 am – 10k Trail Run $35
Sponsorship and Booth Registration Form
This year we are partnering with Orion Communities in Phoenixville to raise awareness and funds for the ‘Hungry & Homeless’ in Phoenixville and surrounding communities. We’ll add a 1 mile noncompetitive Stroller & Wheelchair run/walk along paved sidewalks and driveways on campus. Trail Runner’s will enjoy our beautiful French Creek Conservation Trails on campus, while traversing the banks of French Creek and over clean water tributaries, within our breathtaking hardwood forests and plethora of native plant-life. Our Event will include a Wellness Fair (30+ vendors), free lunch for registrants, free massages, free healthy snacks, live music, cash prizes for top male & female finishers, raffles, free children’s activities, free Kid’s Fun Run, and custom made vendor T-shirts. Performance T-shirts for pre-registrants, and 100% cotton T-shirts for same-day registrants while supplies last. For more information call 484-364-9412.
THANK YOU to the Kimberton Waldorf School for partnering with Orion Communities to bring awareness to hunger and homelessness.
Left to right: Keith Burress – Orion Board VP, Beth Briglia – Chester County Community Foundation VP, Jessica Capistrant – Phoenixville Chamber of Commerce President/CEO, Ken George – Orion Board President, Rebeca Romain – Orion Board Past President, Lou Beccaria, PhD – Phoenixville Community Health Foundation President/CEO, Kris Keller – Orion Executive Director, Jim Kovaleski – President Phoenixville Borough Council.
~Photo by Phoenixville Photography
The Phoenixville Chamber of Commerce led a ribbon cutting ceremony to recognize the new office and growth of Orion Communities, a non-profit that serves the most vulnerable neighbors in the greater Phoenixville area.
Participating in the ribbon cutting event were two Chester County foundations that have been instrumental in Orion’s growth.
The Phoenixville Community Health Foundation provided a technology grant to update office technology as well as help with the implementation of a new web-based data management system.
The Chester County Community Foundation awarded Orion a ‘capacity building’ grant for several items including marketing materials, Orion’s first Annual Report and improvements to the physical office due to the dramatic increase in clients in the preceding year.
Orion Communities believes everyone is entitled to life’s basic essentials of shelter, food, clothing, transportation and medical services. With the support of generous donors and volunteers, Orion is able to increase their impact in serving those experiencing hardships in the community.