PCI established the employee Community Action Committee (CAC) in 2008 to support not-for-profit organizations that enhance the quality of life in the community in which our employees live, including Montgomery, Bucks and Philadelphia counties. The support is given in the form of cash donations, gifts, and volunteer time and service. Employee members of the CAC review project specific proposals from local organizations on a monthly basis. Their goal is to make donations that will have the greatest positive impact. Organizations where there is employee participation are looked upon favorably. PCI's CAC focus is on education – including institutional education, environmental education, health education, arts education, literacy education and vocational/occupational education.
A Woman’s Place provides free, private, and confidential shelter, counseling, advocacy, education, and training to victims of domestic abuse and their children as well as training local healthcare workers to screen patients for domestic abuse, school based education for healthy relationships and awareness about resources, community education regarding domestic abuse and prevention.
The Breathing Room is a non-profit outreach organization for individuals and their families suffering from cancer that helps by providing meals, transportation, housekeeping, companionship, and fundraising as well as programs for children, including summer programs, back-to-school programs, holiday programs, and an Easter basket program.
Superkids is a small, non-profit volunteer organization, dedicated to providing the resources for the educational and special needs of abused, neglected, or abandoned children known to the Montgomery County Office of Children and Youth. The focus is on providing experiences that build self esteem, develop life long interests, and enhance strengths and talents. These needs are not financed by any public funding.
Special Equestrians is a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the physical, mental and well-being of individuals with disabilities through the equine experience. Their therapeutic riding program offers tremendous hope for many families and they are committed to making their services available to anyone who might benefit, regardless of their ability to pay. Their clients collectively face over 60 physical and cognitive challenges.
The CAC is regularly engaged in activities to support people in nearby communities, often in coordination with the organizations above. Activities include: