The Community Youth Foundation is an affiliate of The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Montgomery County. Its mission is to collaborate with the business community to deliver programs and activities that build essential employability skills, and develop strong and vibrant youth who will contribute to our future workforce.


Located in the same office as The Chamber, the Foundation aims to connect our diverse business community to with students to foster a strong connection between local businesses and the future workforce.  Our programming aims to support children in strengthening literacy skills, learning employability skills and exploring career options.

Foundation Board Members

April Donahue, Chair
QNB Bank


Alexa Sullivan, Vice Chair
Univest Bank and Trust Co.


Vernessa Hopkins, Secretary 

Tutor Doctor   


Pamela A. Kelly, Treasurer 

The Chamber of Commerce 
for Greater Montgomery County


Clint Clevenstine 



 Rob Morrin

Crowne Education



Officer Robert Johnson
Montgomery Township


Kathryn McCarter
Abington Jefferson Health


Adriana Motto
Motto Marketing


Judi Schmitz
Methacton School District



Show Me The Money: Success Without A College Degree

The Community Youth Foundation is proud to present, Show Me The Money: Success Without a College Degree. This panel discussion is for high school juniors and seniors and their families, who are interested in learning about career options that may not require a four year degree.  The panel discussion will take place on Monday, October

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Preparing North Penn Students for Success

The Community Youth Foundation is proud to support the North Penn School District Office of School and Community Engagement with their initiative, Build-A-Bag backpack and school supply drive.    School supplies are collected by local businesses and supporters through the month of July. Backpacks, pens, pencils and other important school necessities are assembled, in August,

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Encouraging Families to Explore Good Digital Habits

The average American spends more than ten hours a day in front of a screen, according to the Nielsen Company Audience Report.  The Community Youth Foundation is proud to support free, local viewings of Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age. This documentary film explores how the latest technology and gadgets impact kids and parents today.

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