Bingo and a Movie (BaaM)
Bingo and a Movie (BaaM) had a great run with the American Diabetes Association raising $130,000 over 10 years. Now BaaM is turning their attention to Hatboro-Horsham High School Seniors. All proceeds from their events go into a scholarship fund for Hatboro-Horsham graduating seniors and are awarded to two students who have given back to the community.
Celestia Performing Arts
Celestia Performing Arts Association is a non-profit organization with a mission to provide the community with an opportunity to sing and play music while growing as a group, and to provide individual development by giving back to the community through their public and outreach performances.
Citizens Police Academy
Citizen's Academy shows those who attend just what the police do in the course of their day. Classes include Accident Investigation, Crimes Code, Use of Force - and participants take part in a "crime scene" investigation. This is an excellent opportunity to meet and interact with the members of the Horsham and Hatboro Police Department about issues that concern you.
Cub Scouts - Pack 39
Cub Scouting is a program of the Boy Scouts of America—so in that sense, Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts are both members of the same organization. However, they are entirely different programs: Cub Scouting is a family-oriented program designed specifically to address the needs of younger boys.
Delaware Valley Historical Aircraft Association
The Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum is owned and operated by the Delaware Valley Historical Aircraft Association (DVHAA). The DVHAA is a non-profit, 501(c)3, all volunteer organization. The Museum currently has nineteen historical aircraft on display both inside the Museum building and in the outdoor display area.
Friends of Graeme Park
The Friends of Graeme Park is the non-profit organization which manages Graeme Park on behalf of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. The Friends of Graeme Park host fundraising events, educational programs, development projects, and site improvements for Graeme Park.
Friends of Horsham Dog Park
The Friends of Horsham Dog Park is the group which coordinates the volunteers, maintenance, and enhancement of the dog park. The park consists of two fenced regions (small dogs under 30 pounds, and all dogs). Horsham Dog Park is located at the end of the path to the left of the pond at Horsham's Kohler Park.
Friends of the Horsham Library
The Friends of the Horsham Library is an organization created to maintain an association of persons interested in books and libraries, to focus public attention on library services, facilities, and needs, and to stimulate gifts, desirable collections, endowments and bequests.
Greater Horsham Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber's goal is to empower local businesses and non-profit organizations to reach out not only to each other, but to all our local residents as well. Strong alliances provide the dynamics of Chamber membership. The Greater Horsham Chamber of Commerce is excited to pave the way for a growing regional economy as we venture into the future.
HHoops is a non-profit community organization dedicated to providing the young people in our area the opportunity to learn, play, and enjoy the great game of basketball. The objectives of HHoops are to provide supervised basketball programs to the children of this community, and to implant in them the ideals of good sportsmanship, respect, honesty, and teamwork.
Hatboro-Horsham Hawks Football
The Hawks was founded to promote and sponsor a program of competitive and instructional, age and weight group football and cheerleading, combined with the teaching, training, and supervision of the ideals of sportsmanship, teamwork, scholarship, and development of good character.
Hatboro-Horsham Soccer Club
Established In 1977, Hatboro-Horsham Soccer Club (HHSC) aims to provide a safe, fun environment for children and parents to enjoy the game of soccer. Players welcome from all communities... there are no geographic restrictions in soccer! We are proud members of the Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer Association (EPYSA) and Inter-County Soccer League.
Hatboro-Horsham Wrestling Club
Warriors Wrestling is operated by the Hatboro-Horsham Wrestling Club. The club is an all local volunteer organization dedicated to the development of youth from pre-kindergarten (4 years old) to 8th grade by introducing them to the sport of collegiate/folk style wrestling. Our focus is on building self-confidence, physical fitness, and sportsmanship, while providing a safe and fun environment.
Hatters Ice Hockey
The Hatters Ice Hockey Club is a charter member of the Suburban High School Hockey League (SHSHL) which was founded in the early 1970’s. The mission of our program is to provide a fun, safe environment to develop the hockey skills of each player while promoting a strong sense of sportsmanship and pride in team and school.
Horsham Boys Lacrosse Club
Horsham Lacrosse Club (HLC) provides the youth of both Hatboro Borough and Horsham Township with an affordable opportunity to learn the skills, teamwork, and sportsmanship that is part of the Lacrosse Tradition. Just as important, we focus on making certain the players have fun, and that HLC acts as a feeder program for the Hatboro-Horsham High School Lacrosse Team.
Horsham Heat Softball
Horsham Heat Softball focuses on not only teaching the fundamentals of the game and increasing the skill level of all participants, but also creating a positive, supportive and enjoyable environment for the girls and their parents. The league strives to give the girls the necessary tools and guidance to improve as softball players and young ladies.
Horsham Interfaith Coalition
Horsham Interfaith Coalition is a non-denominational interfaith network of Horsham religious organizations designed to harness our charitable and social community’s good works. Through established programs within our personal congregations (as well as referrals to our state, county, and township departments) we can connect our referrals to the best resources available.
Horsham Neighbors Association / Horsham ChATs
The ChATs program is an organized effort to get the citizens of Horsham more involved with their community. The most important aspect of the ChATs program is providing a framework to expand dialogue between the citizenry and the Police, Fire and Emergency Services of Horsham.
Horsham Preservation and Historical Association
A main part of HPHA’s mission is the Preservation of Horsham's Past, gathering and documenting the stories that have made our community. They have a great deal of content on their website, telling the stories of many of the significant people and stories from this area - and are continuously adding more! They would also love to hear and preserve your stories and local/family history.
Horsham Rotary Club
Founded in 1965, the Horsham Rotary motto "Service Above Self" conveys the humanitarian spirit of the organization. They are friends, leaders, and problem solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change - across the globe, in our communities, and in themselves.
Horsham Sunshine Organization
The Horsham Sunshine Organization is a group who supports members of our community experiencing difficult circumstances. Members of Horsham Sunshine send cards that let people going through difficult circumstances know that they are not alone. Sympathy and Get Well cards will be the most common situations but can also include other circumstances when these cards can provide a needed boost to our residents. Interested members of our community who would like to join this group can contact Noreen Rook at email@example.com.
Jarrett Nature Center
The Jarrett Nature Center is Hatboro-Horsham School District's Outdoor Classroom. It provides an opportunity for all of our students to visit for observation, learning and exploration experiences with their classroom teachers. It also provides a setting for the community and also our students to enjoy its natural environment with their families.
Miracle Field of Horsham
Bill Slaymaker and Nancy Kirby are spearheading the effort to raise the funds necessary to build a Miracle Field in Horsham. The organization's mission is to provide a safe and inclusive environment where those with special needs will find comfort, friendship, and a sense of belonging through athletics and competition.
Pennypack Farm & Education Center
Guided by their mission and core values, their organization works with children, families, community groups, environmental and educational institutions to encourage awareness, and the creation of sustainable local food systems by offering educational programs and a community supported agriculture demonstration project.
Project Roadmap Roadmap is a program sponsored by The Horsham Interfaith Coalition (along with parishioners and community members) which provides free interactive life-skill coaching classes, taught by professionals in various fields of interest, with the purpose of achieving financial independence as well as to disseminate information on community resources.
Horsham Friends Meeting is a Quaker meeting house located in Horsham, Pennsylvania, home to Horsham Monthly Meeting. Quaker meetings offer a place where people can find a real sense of community and are free to explore their own spiritual beliefs, values and ideas in community with other seekers.
Saving Lives Foundation
Our goal is to raise significant funds through individual contributions, various events and corporate sponsorships, all of which will be donated to families impacted by cancer. The Saving Lives Foundation is staffed by non-paid volunteers who work hard to maximize fundraising efforts with minimal expenses, so as to maximize our ability to donate as much as possible of the foundations income to these worthy and critical lifesaving ventures.
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Inspired by Gospel values, the Saint Catherine of Siena Conference of the international Saint Vincent de Paul Society strives to improve Horsham and adjacent communities by assisting and advocating for the poor. Families and individuals coping with low income, unemployment, illnesses, etc., are helped through various programming and activities. Located in the church hall, the pantry is open every Saturday (10 AM – noon). Further information may be found at the St. Vincent DePaul Society of St. Catherine of Siena Church page on Facebook.