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Congressman Mike Kelly Visits CCR!

Congressman Mike Kelly visits Center for Community Resources on 3/31 to encourage PA residents to take advantage of CCR’s VITA program and the IRS and Pennsylvania’s Free File programs. Congressman Kelly praised CCR for helping Butler County residents “receive the full amount of their hard-earned tax refund.” Congressman Kelly is pictured with CCR’s Executive Director, […]

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Free Dental Services – 4/23/16 from 8am-3pm!

FREE Dental Cleaning, Filling or Extraction, free of charge, from Keelan Dental on 4/23 from 8am-3pm! Event is for individuals age 18 years and older who can’t get dental care elsewhere. Registration begins at 7:30 am and patients will be scheduled for an appointment, based on first- come, first- served basis. Event is being held at: Avada Building […]

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CCR Executive Director Accepts Community Leadership Award

Back in October, CCR’s Executive Director Michael Robb received the Community Leadership Award from the Rehabilitation & Community Providers Association (RCPA). This award is presented to an individual for extending service and knowledge to the community at large and helping the community better understand the needs of individuals served by RCPA members. The RCPA is one […]

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CCR Recognized as Pittsburgh Top Work Place

  Center for Community Resources is thrilled to announce that we have been recognized as one of Pittsburgh’s Top Work Places for 2015! Center for Community Resources is one of 85 organizations that was featured in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Top Workplaces special section published on August 27, 2015. Top Workplaces was created in 2006 by WorkplaceDynamics, […]

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CCR to Participate in Butler Day of Giving on May 5th

Center for Community Resources is excited to announce its participation in the ButlerGives 2015 Butler Day of Giving, to take place on May 5, 2015 from 8 a.m. – midnight. So, what exactly is the Butler Day of Giving? On this day, you can help support over 30 nonprofit organizations serving Butler’s most pressing needs by making […]

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CCR Accredited by Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations

We are proud to announce that Center for Community Resources has been accredited by the Standards for Excellence Institute for successfully fulfilling the requirements of their Standards for Excellence® program! This accreditation illustrates our commitment to upholding the principles and practices of the Standards for Excellence®: an Ethics and Accountability Code for the Nonprofit Sector, which […]

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Clarion Shelter Task Force Raises Homelessness Awareness

  On January 28, Center for Community Resources (CCR) participated in a fundraiser luncheon held by the Clarion Shelter Task Force to raise awareness for homelessness. The event served as a kick-off for Clarion County’s semi-annual “Point-In-Time Count,” a statewide single night count of homeless individuals. The soup luncheon was held at the Clarion County Human Services […]

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CCR Executive Director, Michael P. Robb, accepting the Smart 50 Award

CCR Executive Director Receives Smart Business Magazine’s Smart 50 Award

CCR’s Executive Director, Michael P. Robb, received the Smart 50 Award from Smart Business Magazine for his exemplary leadership as Executive Director of Center for Community Resources (CCR), Alliance for Nonprofit Resources (ANR) and Nonprofit Development Corporation (NDC). The Smart 50 Awards recognize the top executives of the 50 smartest companies in the greater Pittsburgh area. Nominees, which represent […]

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Bundle Up Butler 2014

Winter clothing drive provides over 800 coats! Tuesday, October 21st was Bundle Up Butler 2014, an annual winter clothing drive put on by the Butler Collaborative for Families in collaboration with Center for Community Resources and Butler Health System. In just four hours, over 75 volunteers assisted 331 families and provided 816 coats to members of the […]

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