The National Museum of African American History & Culture Comes to Philadelphia

The Smithsonian NMAAHC SITES exhibit Philadelphia premier is February 25th, 2017.  If you have not visited yet, this is a taste of what you will see.  If you already visited the museum, this will refresh your mind. Come out an enjoy the day.


MLK Day of Service – 2017


Join Us – Juneteenth Festival 2016

2016 Juneteenth Flier Final (addition)

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MLK Day of Service – School Supply Collection – Help Our Local Schools

6300 School Supply Collection

Thank Everyone That Supported Our First Annual MLK Day of Service Project

Due to the shortfalls from the School District, local schools can always use more supplies. As such, the 6300 Germantown Ave Business Alliance collected school supplies to donate to two of our neighborhood schools:  Lingelbach Elementary School (K-8) and Roosevelt Elementary school (K-8).


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School Supply Giveaway Also Gave a History Lesson

Hundreds came out for our backpack giveaway this year. Thanks to our sponsors, we were able to giveaway 300 backpacks.

In addition, the Germantown Restoration CDC hosted a forum on after school programs.

School Supply Giveaway – Saturday August 23rd

School Supplies Flyer 2014 V2

Juneteenth Festival 2014 Was Fun & Educational for All!



Caroling and Holiday Basket Give Away Thursday Dec 12th

Caroling and Holiday Basket Give Away Thursday Dec 12th

Celebrate the spirit of the holidays by giving to someone else! We will carol along the 6300 Block starting at 5PM and then gather at the Johnson House for the basket give-away and refreshments.

School Supply Give Away – August 17th Was A Success

School Supply Give Away Coming Soon

August 17th, Our Community School Supply Give Away turned out great! 140 Backpacks stuffed with goodies to the brim was given away.  As we grow this event each year – we hope to serve the community and their needs.

Those that came to the Concord School House & Upper Burial Ground were not only grateful to receive the backpacks, they also got a quick tour of the one-room Concord School House built in the 1800s.

We also had a visit from Councilwoman Cindy Bass.

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