The American Legion is a non-profit Veteran’s Organization. They assist with the Memorial Day Parade and activities, Flag Retirement Ceremony, placing flags on Veteran’s graves and other Veteran’s functions. They also sponsor an essay contest at Lincoln and Riverside Schools.
Address: P. O. Box 569, Ellwood City, PA 16117
Bell Memorial Presbyterian Church is a Christian Mission Center in which all members are missionaries, grow as disciples of Jesus Christ and share God’s mission in the world.
As Butler County’s largest business association, our mission is simply to enhance the economic prosperity of our members and to provide free enterprise and growth in Butler County.
The Carpenter’s Project is a local organization focusing on helping area residents with minor maintenance and repairs in an ecumenical Christian tradition of service to others. We work on projects in the Ellwood City and Riverside areas and always welcome new volunteers!
Address: P.O. Box 463, Ellwood City, PA 16117
Christ Presbyterian Church, at the corner of Fourth and Spring Streets, is committed to sharing God’s love with our members, our neighbors and the world. We have a traditional worship service on Sunday mornings with weekly activities for Christian education, fellowship, service and mission. Home of the annual Boar’s Head Festival.
Address: 325 Spring Avenue, Ellwood City, PA 16117
Our non-profit organization provides items of encouragement, services, and “HOPES” to local cancer patients and families. We serve Ellwood City and the surrounding area.
ECCE’s mission is to provide programs within the Ellwood City Area community that will enhance the quality of life for the local community and attract visitors to our region. Our goal is to collaborate with local and county organizations and businesses to create programs that are educational and cultural in nature. ECCE is unique in that every program we work on is a collaborative effort among key organizations (such as the library, two school districts, two county Conservation Districts, local municipalities, and many others,) community volunteers and the business community. In our cooperation with other organizations we are careful not to duplicate existing services or programs, and we look for ways that our programs will enhance participation in other, existing regional programs.