Business and Civic Organizations
LOCAL BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS
HISTORY: On February 14, 1995 the Fort Washington Office Park Advisory Council was officially recognized by the Upper Dublin Township Board of Commissioners as the spokesbody for the office center. The Township provided a one-time grant to help the organization become established. It was agreed that an alliance would help to improve and maintain a healthy occupancy rate in the park by addressing relevant issues and strengthening the Fort Washington Office Park image. The organization’s name was changed in 2002 to the Fort Washington Business Alliance to better reflect its mission.
MISSION: The Fort Washington Business Alliance is a volunteer organization representing all those who have a vested interest in the Fort Washington Commerce Center and the surrounding area, including owners, employers, employees, and contractors. The group serves to maintain, enhance, and promote the Fort Washington area as a leading center of business and commerce in the Greater Philadelphia Area. The organization acts as a sounding board and lobbying voice to undertake those actions that assist the community in attracting and retaining quality businesses that are in concert with a renowned quality of life that will protect the property values for all Upper Dublin property owners.
HISTORY: Sponsor of activities designed to promote relationships among members and improving life in our community. Activities have included an annual block party, health seminars, safety programs for children, business mixers, professional education, charitable giving to local groups, community banners, raising public awareness of building and development projects, a forum for political candidates, and communication with local, state and federal officials to enhance planning of infrastructure-property development.
MISSION: To make life better for business; provide value to membership; gain community awareness and enhance a sense of community; encourage giving back to the community; and promoting what is unique about the Village of Maple Glen and surrounding area.
MISSION: The mission of the chamber is to improve the business climate in Willow Grove by restoring and fostering a sense of community.
Located just outside of Philadelphia, the EMCCC is ranked as one of the top chambers in the Delaware Valley. As a Regional Chamber, they serve over 500 businesses and professionals. An action-oriented organization dedicated to promoting their members and the economic health of Eastern Montgomery County.
Suburban Chamber of Commerce of Greater Montgomery County
Mission: The mission of the chamber is to provide connections, events, education and other resources that add value for our members and the business community.
LOCAL CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS
LOCAL KIWANIS CLUBS
LOCAL LIONS CLUBS
- Lions Club of Abington
- Lions Club Glenside
- Lions Club of Oreland
- Lions Club of Willow Grove
- Local Lions Club Contact List
LOCAL OPTIMIST CLUB
- Optimist Club of Lower MontCo
Chapter #02184 was founded in 1980. The club is an affiliate of Optimist International and is committed to "bringing out the best in youth".
LOCAL ROTARY CLUBS