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Boy Scouts - Radnor

Family Forum, Incorporated

Promoting family well-being and personal growth
P.O. Box 820
Wayne, PA 19087
Family Forum, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote family well-being and personal growth. This parent education center originated in 1972 and was incorporated in 1992 to promote effective communication within the family and thereby encourage healthy relationships. Family Forum offers courses and seminars to provide concrete, proactive parent education strategies to support healthy development of children from birth to eighteen years of age through positive discipline, encouragement, and setting limits with natural and logical consequences. The ultimate scope is to produce responsible citizens in the community at large.

Families in Transition

Wayne Counseling
987 Old Eagle School Rd., Suite 719
Wayne, PA 19087

(Food and Environmental Allergy Support Team)

A support group for parents of allergic children, F.E.A.S.T. meets monthly at the Memorial Library of Radnor Township and shares information via email between meetings.  Topics of discussion include dealing with allergies in schools, sharing recipes and product suggestions, allergy testing, and handling different situations including restaurants, parties, etc.  Past guest speakers have addressed new medications, alternative therapies, and nutrition.  For more information, please email Jean at

Feeling Blue Suicide
Prevention Council

P.O. Box 7193
400 King of Prussia Rd.
Radnor, PA 19087
Feeling Blue Suicide Prevention Council is a community-based nonprofit organization dedicated to decreasing the rising incidence of suicide in Southeastern Pennsylvania, reducing the stigma associated with suicide, and supporting those people affected by depression or by the loss of a loved one to suicide. We do this through education, training, and linking people with a variety of resources.

Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania (GSEP)

GSEP serves over 42,000 girls ages five through 17 in Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Delaware, Lehigh, Montgomery, Northampton, and Philadelphia Counties. GSEP was chartered on May 1, 2007. We are a volunteer-based non-profit organization with over 14,000 adult volunteers. Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania, an "early adopter" of the realignment movement led by GSUSA, was created by a merger on April 28, 2007 between the Girl Scouts of Freedom Valley, Southeastern Pennsylvania, and Great Valley Councils. The merger became effective on May 1, 2007.

Main Line MOPS

MOPS stands for "Mothers of Preschoolers." The Main Line MOPS welcomes moms with children from the ages of infancy to kindergarten. We meet in Wayne at the Church of the Saviour, 9:15-11:30am from Sep. - May on the first Thursday of the month (except in Sep. and Jan. when we meet on the 2nd Thursday). We have special event outings as well. Our meetings include refreshments, a guest speaker, small group discussion with other area moms, and creative activities. We provide an excellent children's program. For more info, please email Rachael:

Main Line Newcomers Club

The Main Line Newcomers Club is a social club for women of all ages who life on or near Philadelphia's Main Line.  We call ourselves newcomers, but there is no requirement for your length of stay. Some of our members have lived here only a few months, others have lived here for any number of years, and a few have never lived anyplace else. The Club offers a variety of weekly and monthly activities, including cocktail parties at a members’ home, a very active Mothers of Young Children group, “Gallivanters” outings to area attractions, day and evening Book Discussion Groups, Bridge, Foreign language chat group, Tennis, “Wine ‘N Dine” Dinners, Speakers Luncheons, Movie Nights and a Cycling group. Check out our website to see all that we have to offer. Click on Membership to join. There's something for everyone!

MOMS Club of Radnor Township

The MOMS Club of Great Valley is a local chapter of the International MOMS Club (MOMS Offering Moms Support). The MOMS Club is a non-profit, non-denominational group that supports at home mothers (some members also work outside of the home). The MOMS Club of Great Valley started in January 2002 and is expanding its membership. Membership includes mothers of children who are in the K.D. Markley and Charlestown Elementary Great Valley School District. The group meets every third Wednesday of the month at a member's home. Meetings begin at 9:30 A.M. For more information, contact Pamela Sheehan Decker at (610)933-1555. For information about MOMS Club, visit .

MOMS Club of Radnor Township

We are a non-profit, non-denominational group to support stay-at-home or part-time at-home mothers.  We are affiliated with the International MOMS Club.  We (and our children) meet monthly at the Radnor Memorial Library in Wayne.   In addition to providing support to new moms, our activities include playground dates, outings to local attractions, playgroups, etc.
A Music Therapy Service Provider 2050 West Chester Pike, Suite 115 Havertown, PA  19083-2742 Executive Director:  Lori O'Leary Ph:   610-449-9669 Fax:  610-449-5566 MusicWorks is a nonprofit music therapy service provider, servicing children and young adults (ages 1 – 40) challenged by autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, developmental delays and genetic abnormalities. Our Board Certified Music Therapists work on learning and communication, focus and attention, fine and gross motor skills and socialization. MusicWorks accepts medical assistance for those who qualify residing in Delaware and Montgomery Counties.Call us to help your loved one today!

Newcomers Club of the Upper Main Line

Wayne, PA and all surrounding communities
The Newcomers Club of the Upper Main Line is a social group open to women of all ages who are new to the suburban Philadelphia area or simply interested in meeting more people.  Our members come from numerous towns along the Main Line near Philadelphia.  We have no boundaries. We offer over 20 different activities to our members including bridge, mah jongg, book club, bowling, movies, golf, theater, community service, singing and much more. There are also couples groups, weekend activities and special social events. The Welcomer, our monthly newsletter, describes all upcoming events.
New Horizons Senior Center
100 Conway Avenue, 2nd Floor
Narberth, PA
Phone:  610 664-2366
Mailing Address:
New Horizons
PO Box 85
Narberth, PA  19072

Pals For Life

939 Radnor Rd.
Wayne PA 19087
610-687-1107 (fax)
Paula M Kielich, President
Kristen Abbot, Program Manager
Pals For Life brings pets to visit nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, senior centers, mental health facilities etc. throughout the Delaware Valley.  Humane education programs are taught at day care centers, schools and summer camps.
Peter's Place
A Center for Grieving Children and Families
The mission of Peter's Place is to provide safe and supportive environments for grieving children and families and to act as a community resource to foster understanding of the effects of death and grief.  We achieve this mission through Peer Support Groups, our Institute for Grief Awareness and Education, and Research. to make strides in the understanding of bereavement.
150 N. Radnor Chester Road
Suite F130
Radnor, PA 19087
Phone: (610) 687-5150
Fax: (610) 687-5120


110 W. Lancaster Ave., Suite 140
Wayne, PA 19087
610.687.2716 (fax)
Planned Lifetime Assistance Network of Pennsylvania, also known as PLAN of PA,
is a non-profit organization whose mission is to serve people with mental disabilities including mental illness, mental retardation, brain injury, and autism.  PLAN of PA serves families in the greater Philadelphia area. PLAN of PA helps answer the question asked by many families, "Who will oversee the care of my mentally disabled family member when I am no longer able to do so?"  PLAN of PA helps organize a program to provide assistance to the mentally disabled family member when the family is no longer able to, and in many instances, assists the family during the latter's lifetime.

Radnor Educational Foundation

Joy M. Antonoplos
Executive Director
354 W. Lancaster Ave., Suite 201
Wayne, PA 19087
REF is a non-profit community organization that secures funding to provide grants to enrich and enhance the educational opportunities for the students of Radnor Township School District.

Radnor Historical Society

113 W. Beech Tree Lane
Wayne, PA

Radnor Studio 21

Rotary Club of Wayne

The Saturday Club

117 West Wayne Ave.
Wayne, PA 19087
tel. 610-688-9746
Founded in 1886, The Saturday Club is a woman's club providing direct volunteer service to and monetary support to charitable organizations in the greater Philadelphia area. Monthly meeting are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:15 PM in the clubhouse, at the address noted above. The Tudor-style clubhouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors and potential new members are always welcome at the monthly meetings.

Streets for People - A Radnor Coalition

Streets for People - A Radnor Coalition” (SPARC) is a grassroots organization seeking to slow and calm automobiles, promote healthy alternatives to driving, and educating individuals on their role in our traffic predicament. We support immediate action, including empowering residents and redesigning residential and arterial streets, and a long-term master plan that will make a permanent difference in Radnor.

Valley Forge Educational Services

1777 North Valley Road
Paoli, Pennsylvania 19355
Phone: 610-296-6725
Fax: 610-640-0132
Offers a variety of educational services focused on guiding young children, adolescents and post high school learners to independence. VFES provides educational programs and offers clinical services through its programs at The Vanguard School, Vanguard Transition Center, The Luma Center™ for Development and Learning and Summer Matters™. Dedicated to improving specialized education, VFES offers innovative research and advanced practices through its own programs and outreach programs for professional development and parent education.
610-296-6725; .

Wayne Senior Center

108 Station Rd.
Wayne, PA

Women's Resource Center

113 West Wayne Ave.
Wayne , PA 19087
Ph: 610.687.6391
The Women's Resource Center , serving Philadelphia and its suburbs, offers a variety of low cost and free supportive programs for women in transition.  These include information and referral, educational workshops, parenting groups, counseling services, free legal workshops and career services programs.  For more information call the information and referral line at 610-687-6391 or log on to our website

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