Germantown United CDC is pleased to announce the second annual recipients of the organization’s Pillar of the Community award are civic advocate Reverend Chester Williams of the Chew and Belfield Neighbors Club and business leader Suzanne Quinn of Bargain Thrift Center. With this award Germantown United CDC acknowledges those among us who have significantly contributed to the betterment of our community. Toast the honorees with us at the For the Love Of Germantown! Fundraiser on Thursday, April 27th at Rittenhouse Soundworks. Read more about the award recipients >>
Germantown United CDC’s next Germantown Business Info Session, organized in partnership with The Business Center, will be held on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 from 8am – 9:30am. A panel of experts will discuss various ways of financing your business, using loans, equity, and grants. Anyone who owns a local business, or is interested in opening a business in Germantown is welcome to attend this FREE program. All sessions include time for attendees to network, ask questions, and talk with Germantown United CDC staff members. Learn more.
Join us at Germantown United CDC’s annual fundraiser on Thursday, April 27 from 6 – 9 p.m. Get your tickets today, or learn about sponsorship >>
Germantown is in the news! Germantown United CDC staff pick your must-reads of the month, with a focus on business, economic development, and neighborhood revitalization news.
The third annual Germantown Second Saturday Festival, presented by Historic Germantown and Germantown United CDC, will be held at Market Square Park on Saturday, May 13, 2017. We will be seeking performers, vendors and community organizations to table at the event.
All of us at Germantown United CDC thank all of you who contributed to our successful Annual Campaign. We not only achieved our goal but exceeded it – a total of $49,375! We can now continue our work to improve Germantown’s business corridors in 2017 and beyond.
In the Spring of 2016, Philadelphia Jazz Project began a collaboration with Germantown United Community Development Corporation (GUCDC) and a group of talented Germantown musicians. The task: To record and produce a compelling CD, as a fundraiser for GUCDC. The goal: To celebrate the historical cultural strength and diversity of Northwest Philadelphia’s Germantown community. The culminating album – entitled “For the Love of Germantown” – is a compilation of nine great Jazz, Blues and Soul performances of new and classic songs. Make a donation of $15 to Germantown United CDC to receive your very own copy.
Get up, get out and #ShopSmall on November 26, the Saturday after Thanksgiving. It’s a special holiday created so communities can show love for small businesses like ours. And it wouldn’t be a celebration without customers like you visiting Germantown businesses! Celebrate Small Business Saturday with us!