If you would like to buy tickets to our Black & White Gala, October 6, 2018 CLICK HERE. Learn more about our Annual Fundraising Gala.
Your donation supports the programs we provide to Chestnut Hill residents and visitors throughout the year, including our popular free events like Pastorius Park summer concerts, Movies Under the Stars, the Chestnut Hill Community Parade and the Circle of Trees Holiday Gathering. Our annual Holiday House Tour, Black &White Gala and Hoops Madness Basketball Tournament also bring our community together.
In addition, we offer guidance to businesses and homeowners who wish to develop properties in the neighborhood. The charm and visual appeal of Chestnut Hill’s shopping district does not happen by chance. It is maintained through the volunteer vigilance of the CHCA’s Development Review Committees, including Land Use Planning and Zoning, and Streetscape.
Donations to the Chestnut Hill Community Association are always greatly appreciated. Make a donation online or mail a check to the Chestnut Hill Community Association, 8434 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19118.
Levels of Giving
Patron $5000 Benefactor $3000 Sustainer $1000 Contributor $500 Good Friend $250 Good Neighbor $100 Other
The Chestnut Hill Community Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and all donations are tax-deductible.
Chestnut Hill Community Association Annual Appeal: Pastorius Park Concerts
Ah, summertime! Together with neighbors and friends we will soon be bringing our picnic dinners to Pastorius Park’s natural open-air amphitheater to enjoy a wonderful evening of high quality, professional music. Our concert series is celebrating it’s 70th year, and your support makes it possible!
Chestnut Hill Community Association Annual Appeal: Chestnut Hill Fire House
In Chestnut Hill, we love our old buildings, but what to do when a classic building can no longer function as it was intended? This was the problem presented to Chestnut Hill in 2015 by the Philadelphia Fire Department. With changing technology, and larger fire trucks, our beloved Fire House was no longer viable. Thanks to the committed efforts of our Physical Division volunteers and partners, the Fire Department heard our concerns about losing this historic building and agreed that, rather than replacing it, they could add to it in a way that allows Chestnut Hill to stay safe and keep its beloved Fire House. The CHCA invested an enormous amount of time and effort, working with many excellent representatives of the Philadelphia Fire Department and the Chestnut Hill Conservancy, to arrive at an outstanding solution that will carry through to the 21st century. Challenges like this are exactly why the CHCA exists. Your support helps us make this important work possible