Financials

Annual Report and 990’s

From the Executive Director

GRATITUDE.

It is defined as “The quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.” At the Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities (PCRC), it is with a deep and abiding sense of gratitude we present this 2018 Annual Report of Gratitude and list of supporters as a public acknowledgment of your kindness, and in appreciation for your continued support for the work we do together to improve the overall quality of life for individuals and families in our region.

You have blessed PCRC with your gifts of time, talent, and treasure, helping us help your neighbor. For that we are eternally GRATEFUL.

Barbara Wilhelmy, LCSW

GRATITUDE.

It is defined as “The quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.” At the Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities (PCRC), it is with a deep and abiding sense of gratitude we present this 2018 Annual Report of Gratitude and list of supporters as a public acknowledgment of your kindness, and in appreciation for your continued support for the work we do together to improve the overall quality of life for individuals and families in our region.

You have blessed PCRC with your gifts of time, talent, and treasure, helping us help your neighbor. For that we are eternally GRATEFUL.

Barbara Wilhelmy, LCSW
Executive Director

2018 Impact AT A GLANCE

In 2018, PCRC served an average of 470 households with groceries and 1,249 prepared meals, distributing 419,627 pounds of food locally and 152,308 pounds to partner agencies in Montgomery County.
2018 PCRC Impact
Casey Arkoosh

2018 Updates and ACCOMPLISHMENTS

PCRC had an exciting 2018, as we focused on: Exploring and/or implementing new programming and partnerships; Expanding our physical campus; Bringing government officials and our community together to discuss and debate real-world challenges; Recognizing those who go above and beyond in service to our work; and New and Improved ways to communicate our endeavors — all for the purpose of serving our neighbors in the greater Pottstown area in our mission to provide tangible services, support, and spiritual guidance to address our clients’ basic needs.

Expanding FACILITIES

In 2018, the PCRC community worked tirelessly to ready its new administrative and educational building for occupancy, so that programming can be expanded. Most of the construction and cosmetic work is completed, and we are now working with the borough to make sure the facility is in compliance and can be readied for occupancy soon. Stay tuned!
Check out the video that highlights work that has continued at “61” in 2019.
Door Detail
Cluster Hand

2018 PCRC List of SUPPORTERS

Our progress could not happen without the consistent and generous support of this community. Our faithful individual, business, and worship center supporters are the backbone of our work. The hundreds of volunteers who provided more than 21,500 hours of their time in 2018 made the success of our programs possible. PCRC appreciates the opportunity to witness the grace and kindness of this community as we work together to help our neighbors.
PCRC 2018 Annual Report of GRATITUDE

Annual Report of Gratitude

PCRC thanks its “Big Heart+” Supporters and its Community Partners!

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