Community Response Team
The Cranberry Township community isn’t shy about supporting each other. Fundraisers, charity drives and service projects are commonplace and a large part of what makes the Township a great place to live, work and play.
Now, with many people in our area facing an unprecedented shutdown of daily life, that community spirit is needed more than ever. That’s why the Township is seeking individuals to help ease the burden the pandemic is having in our area.
From delivering essential basic human needs like food, water, or toiletries, volunteers can help make the day a little brighter in a term of uncertainty.
Healthy volunteers who want to help, as well as people in the Cranberry area in need of assistance are asked to complete the form below.
Those who wish to help by giving a monetary donation, including residents, corporations, and businesses, can do so online: Donate Here
OR mail a check made out to “CTCC” and “CRT Relief Fund” in the memo line to:
Cranberry Township Community Chest
Attn: Community Response Team Relief Fund
2525 Rochester Road, Suite 450
Cranberry Township, PA 16066
These funds will be used to purchase re-loadable gift cards to be used by volunteers to buy essential goods for those in need. Questions about donating can be directed to the Cranberry Communications Team:
CommunicationsTeam@cranberrytownship.org or 724-776-4806 x1175.
Additional Community Resources
Gleaners Food Bank
A non-profit, non-denominational organization that provides food to Cranberry residents in need.
Victory Church "Help Your Neighbor" Food Distribution
A food distribution center and drop-off location for people to donate non-perishables, as well as a pick-up location for those in need of food.
Food for Butler County Senior Citizens Provided by Army National Guard
Shelf-stable meals were delivered by the Army National Guard to support senior citizens during the coronavirus pandemic. Seniors in need of meals can call the Area Agency on Aging to be screened for eligibility from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 724-282-3008.
PA 2‑1‑1 Southwest
Part of the national 2‑1‑1 Call Centers initiative that seeks to provide an easy-to-remember telephone number and web resource for finding health and human services– for everyday needs and in crisis situations.