Summer Day Camp Update

Dear Club Families, Friends and Community,

During this unprecedented health crisis, our nation is facing more challenges than ever before, and we understand the implications these have on your family. The North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club continues to work tirelessly with our partners, local school districts, health care providers, government officials and other organizations to determine how we can best serve Club youth and families now and in the future.

Because the safety of young people, our staff and volunteers is always our top priority, the North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club will remain CLOSED until further notice. The Club will not offer summer camp and will be closed for the summer. All camp refunds will be mailed out next week.

If you have any questions regarding the closure, you can contact Cathy Shipp Director of Operations at or Robert Kreamer CEO at

Please stay safe and healthy,
Robert Kreamer


The North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club has no confirmed cases of COVID-19 at this time. However, in keeping with the CDC’s guidance to minimize social interaction, the North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club is taking proactive measures. Out of an abundance of caution and concern for the continued good health of our community, we are taking every measure to ensure the health and safety of our members, families, and staff. The Boys & Girls Club will be closed beginning on Friday, March 13, 2020 and will TENTATIVELY reopen on Monday, April 20, 2020. Please follow our Facebook pages and download our app from the App Store and Google Play (search North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club) for updates.

March Madness Benefit Event!

QNB Bank supports EITC programs!

April Donahue (center) and Melissa Brindley (right) presented Donna Kreamer with a $2,500 check to support EITC programs at the Boys & Girls Club.

International Night!

Daira, representing Mexico

On Wednesday, February 5th, Wissahickon Valley hosted our first annual International Night! This event showcased Mexican and Italian cultures, in particular. Our building was quickly transformed into an international oasis; boasting homemade delicacies such as ensalada de manzana, tamales, mole, arroz y pollo and gelatina from Mexico and risotto and pizzelles hailing from Italy. With over 10 families participating, we were able to fill our minds – and our bellies – with authentic cuisine and culture! We are so proud of the cultures represented at Wissahickon Valley and cannot wait to see what else we can learn from our families next year! Thank you to all who participated in this event!