The Antietam Valley Community Partnership is managed entirely by community members who commit their time and talent to help improve our community—we welcome your interest and participation! There are many ways for you to get involved:
VOLUNTEER FOR AN EVENT.
AVCP holds a number of community events throughout the year. We always can use an extra hand (or many!) setting thing up, managing tents or tables, taking pictures, breaking down, cleaning up, etc., etc., etc. You get the idea.
JOIN A COMMITTEE.
AVCP manages our initiatives through committees made up of community members just like you. We form an event committee for each event that we plan, as well as a number of standing or as-needed committees for other activities like marketing, communication, special projects and the like. Please get in touch with us if you are interested in helping to plan an event, have an idea for a special project, or want to help in a more organized way.
MAKE A DONATION.
We believe that AVCP has the potential to have a positive, meaningful, and lasting impact on the Antietam Valley. We are asking citizens who share our vision of a successful and healthy community in the Antietam Valley to contribute financial resources to help us pursue our mission. Donations large or small are very welcome! Please consider making a financial contribution today by check to:
AVCP | P.O. Box 3616, Reading, PA 19606
We also have the ability to receive donations via PayPal.
JOIN THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
AVCP is looking for committed individuals in our community who are willing to serve on the Board of Directors. There are 21 seats on the board, four of which represent the three municipalities in our region as well as the Antietam School District. If you are interested in helping set the direction of our work, and willing to contribute your “time, talent, and treasure” please feel free to attend a board meeting and join us! Board Member selections are made by formal nomination at our meetings—interested individuals should not expect to be nominated until after their first board visit. If you are interested or have questions about the Board, please contact AVCP.