All Community Org.

  • Upper Bucks YMCA

    To put Christian principles, including honesty, caring, respect and responsibility, into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

  • Upper Bucks SPCA

    We serve all of Bucks County from our two shelter locations: Lahaska / 1665 Street Road / Lahaska, PA 18931 (Use New Hope for GPS direction) Upper Bucks / 60 Reservoir Road / Quakertown, PA 18951

  • Upper Bucks Senior Center

    The Upper Bucks Activity Center serves citizens 55 and over. We serve the communities of Quakertown, Richlandtown and Trumbauersville Boroughs which include Richland, Milford, Haycock, Springfield, Tinicum, Nockamixon, Durham and Bridgetown Townships.

  • Upper Bucks Alliance for Creative Expression

    Bucks Alliance for Creative Expression (UBACE) was formed to enrich the lives of people in the communities of Upper Bucks County and surrounding areas. We provide young people with opportunities that enable awareness of, appreciation for, and active participation in the performing arts in a safe, drug-free environment.

  • Quakertown Train Station Historical Society

    The Quakertown Train Station Historical Society Inc. was formed by a group of concerned area residents to stabilize the burnt out structure. The task of restoring the structure to its original condition was undertaken next through numerous fundraising events and grants.

  • Quakertown Rotary Club

    The Quakertown Rotary Club was organized on March 24, 1924, under the sponsorship of the Bethlehem Rotary club. Service clubs were a new idea then. At that time twenty-one men banded together as charter members of the Quakertown Rotary club the first service club in our area.

  • Quakertown Lions Club

    Lions Clubs International, a service membership organization of 1,368,683 members world-wide, was founded in the United States on June 7, 1917, by Melvin Jones, a Chicago businessman.