Pottstown Cluster ribbon-cutting today

The Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities is holding its Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony today from 3-5 pm at their newly renovated building at 57 N. Franklin Street (the corner of Franklin and King Streets, in the former American Legion building.) This milestone is the culmination of a $1 million capital campaign.

The Cluster offers “A Hand Up… Not A Handout.” They provide a wide range of assistance programs to community members in need. Their philosophy is succinctly stated on their website: “Through interfaith cooperation, the Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities addresses the spiritual, social and basic needs of persons within the Greater Pottstown community. Our programs and referrals are coordinated to help individuals make real progress in moving from dependence to productive self-sufficiency.”

Come check them out today at their new location, visit their website, and perhaps learn how you can help, too.

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