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About CTCC

The purpose of CTCC is to unite into one organization all the civic and charitable activities working for the welfare and improvement of Cranberry Township.

In 1975, the Cranberry Township Rotary decided its main project for the year would be to start a Community Chest to assist the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, J.C., Women’s Club, Fire Company, and Ambulance Corps in soliciting funds. The Community Chest’s first slogan was “Watch the Tree Grow” and a tree-shaped campaign sign was planted at Route 19 and Criders Corner, where Burger King now stands.

CTCC Board of Directors: Bruce Mazzoni (President), Cindy Zonts (Vice President), Jerry Andree, Debbie Crum, Cindy Marzock, Conni Mazzoni, Karen Newpol, Kimberly Reuss, Roy Wagner

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We Believe in our Four Pillars of Community:

Nonprofits, Business, Faith Communities, and Civic Groups

Our Mission

Impact Report

Take a look into a year of giving in the annual Impact Report. Highlighting groups that care and are committed to making Cranberry a great place to live, work, and play.  The information in this report highlights the real, tangible and long-lasting impact CTCC has on the Township.

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Our Vision

Engage: Create a “Sense of Community” by engaging residents and businesses to volunteer and become active in nonprofit and civic organizations.

Membership: Help promote and increase membership in nonprofit and civic organizations in Cranberry Township.

Support: Support new community projects and services, create volunteer opportunities for our residents, and help raise funds to support applications for funding.

Growth: To continually grow the CTCC Legacy Endowment by investing ten percent (10%) of CTCC revenue each year at the conclusion of  Community Days into the CTCC Legacy Fund with The Pittsburgh Foundation.

Working together to build a better Cranberry.

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