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100 E. High St.
Pottstown, PA 19464
Ph: 610-970-6500
Pottstown CARES
CARES logoPottstown CARES is a partnership between the Borough of Pottstown, Pottstown School District, and The Hill School.

CARES stands for Community, Awareness, Responsibility, Empowerment, and Sustainability.

The mission of CARES is to develop and sustain a service ethic in Pottstown that will result in a collective sense of community pride through the active and engaged efforts of community members.

Pottstown CARES will be holding its third annual Community Clean Up on Friday, October 23, 2015 from 8:30am to 12:00pm. Volunteers from The Hill’s student body, faculty, and staff, as well as the Pottstown School District, and Montgomery County Community College will collaborate with the Borough on the clean-up project. Efforts will focus on the core area of the Borough: Edgewood to Manatawny Streets, and High to Beech Streets.

Pottstown CARES encourages local businesses to get involved by participating as active volunteers in the clean-up effort. Please contact Katie Scanlan at for further information on how your business can get involved.

Located on The Hill School property, the Pottstown CARES Tool Share Shed continues to grow. However, donations of the following items are welcomed:

• Rakes
• Flat Shovels
• Heavy duty push brooms
• Work gloves
• Heavy duty trash bags
• Heavy duty clear contractor bags

Contact to arrange for drop-offs to the growing toolshare.

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CARES Community Tool Share Program

Pottstown CARES has also formed a Community Tool Share Program. A tool share shed is located on The Hill School property, on Sheridan Street between Chestnut and Walnut Streets, from which community members may borrow equipment on an honor system basis.

Tools from the Tool Share are available to anyone working on improvement and beautification projects in the Borough of Pottstown. Tools are utilized for volunteer purposes only, and there is no monetary compensation being provided for services rendered.

All items loaned, are returned in the same or better condition than they were loaned in.

Any items which are damaged or destroyed will be replaced by the borrower.

In order to grow the stock of equipment available, it is asked that upon return of the borrowed equipment, community members donate one additional new or gently used item.

For more information, please email Katie Scanlan at .


For information or questions, email CARES at .