Mt. Airy Organizations
Mt. Airy is one of the most vibrant and organized communities in the country where you can get help with almost any need and enjoy a wide range of activities. Read all about our great organizations here:
West Mt. Airy Neighbors (WMAN) serves west side of Germantown Avenue to the Wissahickon Creek, and from Cresheim Valley Road to Washington Lane. Founded in 1959 to preserve and enhance the diversity and quality of life in our community, WMAN helps with neighborhood problems, zoning issues, trees in residential areas, crime prevention, advocacy, getting answers and keeping you informed about issues and community events. Marilyn@wman.net, www.wman.net, 215-242-2824. Postal mail: 6703 Germantown Avenue, Suite 200, Phila., PA 19119
East Mt. Airy Neighbors
East Mt. Airy Neighbors (EMAN) Serving the east side of Germantown Avenue to Stenton Avenue and from Cresheim Valley Road to Washington Lane, EMAN was established in 1966 to promote racial understanding. EMAN’s mission of monitoring, protecting and improving the quality of life in our community has been dedicated to a spirit of cooperation, communication, education and understanding. We facilitate and mediate when problems arise; seek solutions that will be of greatest mutual benefit; promote projects and public improvements that encourage positive growth and development; and actively seek to reduce and eliminate nuisance and criminal behavior. We are strongly committed to our goal of “making a good community better.” firstname.lastname@example.org, www.eastmountairy.org, 215-242-4170, 7301 Germantown Ave. (at the Lutheran Theological Seminary), Phila., PA 19119
Mt. Airy Learning Tree
Mt. Airy Learning Tree
The mission of the Mt. Airy Learning Tree (MALT) is to strengthen and enrich the diverse community of Northwest Philadelphia by providing opportunities for individuals to come together in educational and recreational activities.
http://www.mtairylearningtree.org, 215-843-6333, 6601 Greene St., Phila., PA 19119
Mt. Airy USA
Mt. Airy USA The mission of Mt. Airy USA (MAUSA) is to revitalize Mt. Airy through community development that is responsive to local needs. Over the years, Mt. Airy USA’s efforts have included housing counseling for first-time homebuyers, housing rehab and sale, commercial rehab and sale, summer youth employment and small business assistance.
http://www.mtairyusa.org, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mt-Airy-USA/117908851020, @MtAiryUSA (twitter), 215-844-6021, 6703 Germantown Avenue, Suite 200, Phila., PA 19119
Mt. Airy Business Association
www.mtairybiz.com, an initiative of Mt. Airy USA, is designed to meet the needs of an array of businesses ranging from shops and restaurants to design firms, real estate agents, and home-based businesses. BAM spearheads Final-ly Friday in Mt. Airy which connects the arts with restaurants and retailers in a fun and festive setting on the last Friday of every month. BAM members also benefit from quarterly educational workshops and access to a knowledgeable and experienced staff that is on call to provide business assistance. Additionally, member businesses are promoted through Go Mt. Airy.
Go Mt. Airy
Go Mt. Airy is a hallmark service of BAM which provides www.gomtairy.com, a website highlighting the vibrant offerings in the neighborhood. Member businesses are promoted throughout the site on their own dedicated business pages, in itineraries and thematic pages, and through news articles and event listings. The Go Mt. Airy Explorer is a monthly newsletter highlighting fun events in the neighborhood and deals and specials available at member businesses. http://www.facebook.com/GoMtAiry, Follow us on Twitter, @GoMtAiry..
Friends of Carpenter's Woods
The mission of the Friends of Carpenter’s Woods is to help
preserve and sustain, through volunteer stewardship, this
environmentally important community resource for all users, and to
communicate the importance of maintaining and managing Carpenter’s Woods
as a natural area for future generations. Through partnerships with
Fairmount Park, Weaver’s Way Co-op, Allens Lane Art Center and many
other community organizations, we carry out our mission by conducting
monthly service days, hosting educational walks, lectures, and special
events, and holding quarterly meetings open to all interested parties.
Contact Nancy Goldenberg for more information.
Mt. Airy Baseballhttps://mtairybaseball.org/
Mt. Airy Baseball is a volunteer group that provides a safe and instructional environment for youth baseball games and practice. Every season we organize age and skill based baseball leagues open to all boys and girls in the area between the ages of 5 and 17 Majors, AAA, AA, T-Ball
Mt. Airy First Friday
Mt. Airy First Friday's mission is to promote the business community of Mt. Airy, and offer a wonderful evening of art, shopping and dining the first Friday of every month, rain or shine.
Mt. Airy Parents' Network
The Mt. Airy Parents' Network (MAPN) is comprised of approximately 400 families in the Northwest neighborhoods of Philadelphia. In addition to notifying members of MAPN-sponsored playgroups, free and low cost family-friendly activities, and community events, MAPN provides an online discussion forum on issues related to education, parenting, families, and our wonderful community of Mt. Airy. Membership is free, but only open to parents, grandparents, and legal guardians.
Neighborhood Interfaith Movement
Neighborhood Interfaith Movement (NIM) is a nonprofit, non-sectarian organization that has assisted children, families, and vulnerable and older adults since 1969. Acting in alliance with NIM's 53 Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Unitarian, and Muslim congregations and faith institutions, volunteers and professionals work to fulfill NIM's mission "to build a more just and sensitive community through advocacy and service."
Northwest Victim Services
If you have been the victim of a crime and would like information, service or support, call Northwest Victim Services at (215) 438-4410. They are located at 6301 Germantown Avenue, 2nd Floor, Suite 1, Philadelphia, PA 19119. Services are free.
Resources for Older Adult Living
Resources for Older Adult Living (ROAL) offers free consultation, information and referral to services and activities in the NW Philadelphia region for adults 55+.