COMMUNITY IN CHESCOWEST
YOUTH AND EDUCATION
Coatesville Youth Initiative is an independent non-profit organization committed to youth-led, transformational community change. They train youth leaders, enhance family relationships, encourage prevention education, and build community collaboration.
The Parkesburg Point provides support, and resources necessary to make positive life experiences for our youth. They focus on empowerment, boundaries, and expectations with a commitment to learning, create positive values, learn social competencies and create a positive identity in every student all in a supervised, safe environment. All of our programs are designed around these goals.
Bridge Academy Community Center equips youth and families with the tools necessary for academic achievement, life skills, creative expression, spiritual growth and leadership.
Minding Manners with Ms. B impact lives of women and youth (boys and girls) through leadership training, leadership development, professional enrichment and social graces training.
Chester County Futures provides comprehensive academic support, mentoring and scholarships for motivated economically disadvantaged youth to succeed in school, higher education and life.
Romano 4-H Center | Chester County 4-H Penn State Extension provides experiences where young people learn by doing. For more than 100 years, 4‑H has welcomed young people of all beliefs and backgrounds, giving kids a voice to express who they are and how they make their lives and communities better.
Brandywine Health Foundation is proud to serve the greater Coatesville area as the largest philanthropic organization dedicated solely to improving the community’s health.
Good Works is a nonprofit organization which exists to transform lives by repairing homes for low-income families.