CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP COMMUNITY CHEST
As a non-profit, our purpose is simple. Work together to build a better community. Our approach is two-fold: connect residents to their local non-profit resources; and fund community events, projects, and organizations. We rely on donations from individuals, businesses, government, and foundations to support this meaningful work.
PROJECTS OF THE YEAR
We work hand-in-hand with community members, businesses, and Cranberry Township to create and restore valuable neighborhood assets. Together, we’ve completed 8 projects of the year and fundraised millions of dollars since 2010.
The 2020 edition of CTCC’s Community Days promised to be the most incredible occasion in its 44-year history.
However, uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic has led organizers to make the difficult decision to cancel this year’s event.
Planning for Community Days, which draws more than 30,000 people over three days, typically begins in January, with vendors and entertainment booked in early spring. The prudent decision to cancel was deemed appropriate considering the current public health crisis, and with the deepest concern for all those being affected.
Cranberry Township must remain focused on providing essential services, while keeping employees and residents safe. Canceling the event allows the Township to concentrate on the challenges the coronavirus presents to the community.
Community Days will return in 2021, with a fun-filled weekend set for July 8-10. This event promises to be a celebration of the community that has come together during this pandemic. That, after all, is the spirit of CTCC: helping make the community better each day.
2020 PROJECT OF THE YEAR: ROTARY AMPHITHEATER
Community Park’s Rotary Amphitheater is a special place for folks to gather and enjoy a performance with friends and family. That’s why CTCC selected this community treasure as our 2020 project.
Nonprofit and Civic Organizations
Supporting our non-profit members is a crucial part of our mission. Benefits of membership include a reduced rate for the electronic Community Sign, access to CTCC grants, social media promotion, and increased visibility through events like the Cranberry Tree Gallery.