We are thankful for you!

“Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference.” – Kathy Calvin, CEO & President, United Nations Foundation

North Light is fortunate to have an abundance of difference makers in our community and we are so thankful for each and every one of you.

We were able to hold a modified version of Pints for North Light, creating a fully outdoor and social distant event. With a large team of corporate and vendor sponsors behind us, we were able to raise over $7,000 for our facility.

Shaina Hitchens of Jim Roache Real Estate talks with Twisted Gingers Brewing Company.

Our Thanksgiving Basket program allowed North Light to provide 200 full Thanksgiving meals to the local community. Villanova University, Roxborough Memorial Hospital, and individual donors provided all of the non-perishable fixings for our boxes. Through generous grants, North Light was able to purchase turkeys and pies to complete these meals. We were able to provide over 200 holiday dinners to local families in our community.

Roxborough Memorial Hospital donated over 50 boxes to our Thanksgiving program.

We are looking forward to our Manayunk Meals & More program, which will provide hot meals to seniors and those in need on the Sunday before Christmas. Programs like this require the support of our local restaurants and even during this challenging time for them, they are ready and willing to help others who need it this holiday season.

As we embark on Giving Tuesday, we know that our community will remain generous in their support of North Light in all of the ways they are able. If you are interested in financially supporting us, please check out the giving options that are available or make a donation online.

Pints for North Light 2020

Pints for North Light 2020

Pints for North Light 2020: the same great event with a 2020 twist!

Join your friends at North Light Community Center for a night under the Venice Island stars, featuring local brews, bites from some of your favorite Manayunk restaurants, and exciting auction items.

This year’s silent auction will take place entirely online. Take your chance and bid on great items from Philadelphia sports teams, local breweries, your favorite businesses, and more. Bidding begins on Thursday, November 12 and will close at noon on Friday, November 20. Winners will be contacted and contactless pickup will be arranged.

Feeling lucky? Grab a raffle ticket for a chance to win a case of Troegs limited-release holiday ale, Mad Elf. The lucky winner will be announced at the conclusion of the auctions on Friday and a contactless exchange will be arranged!

Early Bird Tickets are available until October 31st. Can’t join us in person but want to show your support? Grab a 100% tax-deductible “There in Spirit!” ticket and raise a glass to North Light from wherever you are.

Purchase tickets, enter our raffle, and bid on our auction items!

*Masks must be worn at all times while not eating and drinking. North Light will comply with all City of Philadelphia COVID regulations.*

Election Day 2020

Election Day 2020

Election Day 2020 is fast approaching!

On Tuesday, November 3, polling locations around the city will be open from 7AM to 8PM. North Light serves as the polling location for Ward 21, Divisions 6, 7, and 12.

Check out some frequently asked questions below to make your Election Day plan!

Where is my polling location?

Confirm your polling location here. Be sure that your name, polling location, and party are correct.

Can I vote early?

Yes. Check PhiladelphiaVotes for a list of satellite election offices that allow for in-person voting.

Do I have to vote in person?

No. The deadline to apply for a mail-in or absentee ballot is Tuesday, October 27, 2020. Ballots can be requested through the Department of State.

Do I have to mail my ballot through the USPS?

No. Ballots can be dropped off at any of the satellite offices or you can drop your ballot into a ballot box at City Hall, Eastern State Penitentiary, or Riverview Place on Columbus Boulevard. Please check PhiladelphiaVotes for the exact location of ballot boxes.

Can I see a sample ballot?

Yes. Search here for the address at which you are registered to vote.

Where can I find more information about the candidates and issues?

While nothing can replace doing your own research from various sources, the Committee of Seventy is a non-partisan organization that encourages engagement and advocacy. They can provide you with information and resources to inform yourself before you cast your vote.