ways to support
There are many ways to support CCCC and the “Community Beacon” Campaign.
Donate funds or gifts-in-kind, or explore our naming opportunities.
When you donate to CCCC, you really do help to make our community a better place. Calvary Center for Culture and Community is committed to improving the quality of life in West Philadelphia and working with Calvary United Methodist Church and other community members to restoring the “Community Hub.”
Named giving, planned giving (such as life insurance annuities and estate gifts), and gift-in-kind opportunities are also available.
Mailed cash or check donations can be sent to:
Calvary Center for Culture and Community
801 S 48th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19143
Donations can also be made via Paypal here.
Calvary Center for Culture and Community is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, registered with the State of Pennsylvania. Your gift to CCCC is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Volunteer with CCCC and our partners, and put your skills and interests to work for a better West Philadelphia.
We love our volunteers! That said, CCCC can always use more help. Join us in our efforts to bring culture and quality of life to all West Philadelphians.
CCCC needs your skills and expertise. Volunteers can commit to as much, or as little, time as they’d like, knowing that they are making a difference in our community. We’ll match your interests to our needs.
We are always searching for wonderful people to help us with:
- fundraising efforts
- building maintenance
- gardening and landscaping
- event and concert hosting
- legal expertise
- accounting services
- computer skills
- musical talents
- and much more!
Give CCCC cards to friends and loved ones. All proceeds support our efforts.
In 2004, giving CCCC cards to friends and loved ones not only shared the beauty of the Calvary Methodist Church Building, but also provided needed funds to continue our restoration efforts and provide quality services to our community.
Each pack of eight cards had two of each design shown below, and sold for only $15.
The cards were perfect for the holidays and year-round events. The interior of the cards was blank.
Click on each image to open a larger version in a new window. All photos on this page are by H. Calvert.