Chew And Belfield Neighbors


Club Inc. founded 1981

                                                       

                    President / Founder Rev. Chester H. Williams is an official                                                                Notary for the next 4 years!!!!!!!!

MISSION

Mission ,hvkhvhkvk.hv.knjlljkhllnbjk/nljo;jlTheThe Chew and Belfield Neighbors Club, Inc. (CBNC) is a 501(c)(3) community organization 
located in the northwest section of Philadelphia, PA. Since 1981, this organization was 
founded on prayer and volunteerism. 
 
The CBNC works to create a cleaner, safer and eco-friendly environment for the entire 
community, and does so in the following manner: 1) by facilitating neighborhood cleanups 
every other Wednesday; and 2) by engaging with agencies/companies/institutions and other 
individuals to help identify and eliminate blight through community improvement projects 
that optimize land use and stimulate commercial investment to revitalize the area. The 
CBNC is also engaged in development and zoning issues within its boundaries. 
The Chew and Belfield Neighbors Club, Inc. (CBNC) is a 501(c)(3) community organization 
located in the northwest section of Philadelphia, PA. Since 1981, this organization was 
founded on prayer and volunteerism. 
 
The CBNC works to create a cleaner, safer and eco-friendly environment for the entire 
community, and does so in the following manner: 1) by facilitating neighborhood cleanups 
every other Wednesday; and 2) by engaging with agencies/companies/institutions and other 
individuals to help identify and eliminate blight through community improvement projects 
that optimize land use and stimulate commercial investment to revitalize the area. The 
CBNC is also engaged in development and zoning issues within its boundaries. 
The Chew and Belfield Neighbors Club, Inc. (CBNC) is a 501(c)(3) community organization 
located in the northwest section of Philadelphia, PA. Since 1981, this organization was 
founded on prayer and volunteerism. 
 
The CBNC works to create a cleaner, safer and eco-friendly environment for the entire 
community, and does so in the following manner: 1) by facilitating neighborhood cleanups 
every other Wednesday; and 2) by engaging with agencies/companies/institutions and other 
individuals to help identify and eliminate blight through community improvement projects 
that optimize land use and stimulate commercial investment to revitalize the area. The 
CBNC is also engaged in development and zoning issues within its boundaries. 

The Chew and Belfield Neighbors Club, Inc. (CBNC) is a 501(c)(3) community organization located in the northwest section of Philadelphia, PA. Since 1981, this organization was founded on prayer and volunteerism.

  The CBNC works to create a cleaner, safer and eco-friendly environment for the entire community, and does so in the following manner: 1) by facilitating neighborhood cleanups every other Wednesday; and 2) by engaging with agencies/companies/institutions and other individuals to help identify and eliminate blight through community improvement projects that optimize land use and stimulate commercial investment to revitalize the area. The CBNC is also engaged in development and zoning issues within its boundaries.

  The CBNC also promotes educational and career opportunities by offering on-going free Math Tutoring Classes and information on employment and training opportunities in order to empower the community as a whole. The CBNC supports its members who are entrepreneurs by providing them with a platform for exposure and growth via its website and at community meetings.

  CBNC accomplishes its goals through the following support systems: A Block Captain Network, Awbury Arboretum, Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership, Awbury View Apartments, Equal-Partners-In-Change, Mt. Airy-USA, Gaudenzia DRC, DePaul USA and various state and local agencies and business partners.

 Boundaries

One of the criteria for becoming a 501(c)(3) entity, is to be able to reach a specified number of residents with important information in the event of an emergency. More than 1,000 residents live within the following CBNC permanent-structure boundaries: beginning at SEPTA’s Walnut Lane Train Trestle (in the 6100 block of Chew Avenue and the 500 block of Walnut Lane), up to Johnson Street to the Cliveden Hill Park, and from the 6200 block of Clearview Street at SEPTA’s Washington Lane Train Station up to Musgrave Street at the Roosevelt School.

Effective 7/02/2013, the CBNC’s boundaries were expanded (now representing more than 2,000 residents) and its new boundaries are as follows: (A) Stenton Ave & E. Johnson St, (B) E. Johnson St & Germantown Ave, (C) Germantown & E. Chelten Avenues and (D) Stenton & E. Chelten Avenues. (See the attached map).

 Rev. Chester H. Williams

President and Founder

 Chew and Belfield Neighbors Club, Inc. (CBNC) is a 501(c)(3) community organization 
located in the northwest section of Philadelphia, PA. Since 1981, this organization was 
founded on prayer and volunteerism. 
 
The CBNC works to create a cleaner, safer and eco-friendly environment for the entire 
community, and does so in the following manner: 1) by facilitating neighborhood cleanups 
every other Wednesday; and 2) by engaging with agencies/companies/institutions and other 
individuals to help identify and eliminate blight through community improvement projects 
that optimize land use and stimulate commercial investment to revitalize the area. The 
CBNC is also engaged in development and zoning issues within its boundaries. 
 
The CBNC also promotes educational and career opportunities by offering on-going free 
Math Tutoring Classes and information on employment and training opportunities in order to 
empower the community as a whole. The CBNC supports its members who are 
entrepreneurs by providing them with a platform for exposure and growth via its website and 
at community meetings. 
 
CBNC accomplishes its goals through the following support systems: A Block Captain 
Network, Awbury Arboretum, Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership, Awbury 
View Apartments, Equal-Partners-In-Change, Mt. Airy-USA, Gaudenzia DRC, DePaul USA 
and various state and local agencies and business partners. 
 
Boundaries 
One of the criteria for becoming a 501(c)(3) entity, is to be able to reach a specified number 
of residents with important information in the event of an emergency. More than 1,000 
residents live within the following CBNC permanent-structure boundaries: 
beginning at SEPTA’s Walnut Lane Train Trestle (in the 6100 block of Chew Avenue and 
the 500 block of Walnut Lane), up to Johnson Street to the Cliveden Hill Park, and from the 
6200 block of Clearview Street at SEPTA’s Washington Lane Train Station up to Musgrave 
Street at the Roosevelt School. 
 
Effective 7/02/2013, the CBNC’s boundaries were expanded (now representing more than 
2,000 residents) and its new boundaries are as follows: (A) Stenton Ave & E. Johnson St, 
(B) E. Johnson St & Germantown Ave, (C) Germantown & E. Chelten Avenues and 
(D) Stenton & E. Chelten Avenues. (See the attached map). 
 
 
 
 
Rev. Chester H. Williams 
President and Founder 
Mission 
The Chew and Belfield Neighbors Club, Inc. (CBNC) is a 501(c)(3) community organization 
located in the northwest section of Philadelphia, PA. Since 1981, this organization was 
founded on prayer and volunteerism. 
 
The CBNC works to create a cleaner, safer and eco-friendly environment for the entire 
community, and does so in the following manner: 1) by facilitating neighborhood cleanups 
every other Wednesday; and 2) by engaging with agencies/companies/institutions and other 
individuals to help identify and eliminate blight through community improvement projects 
that optimize land use and stimulate commercial investment to revitalize the area. The 
CBNC is also engaged in development and zoning issues within its boundaries. 
 
The CBNC also promotes educational and career opportunities by offering on-going free 
Math Tutoring Classes and information on employment and training opportunities in order to 
empower the community as a whole. The CBNC supports its members who are 
entrepreneurs by providing them with a platform for exposure and growth via its website and 
at community meetings. 
 
CBNC accomplishes its goals through the following support systems: A Block Captain 
Network, Awbury Arboretum, Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership, Awbury 
View Apartments, Equal-Partners-In-Change, Mt. Airy-USA, Gaudenzia DRC, DePaul USA 
and various state and local agencies and business partners. 
 
Boundaries 
One of the criteria for becoming a 501(c)(3) entity, is to be able to reach a specified number 
of residents with important information in the event of an emergency. More than 1,000 
residents live within the following CBNC permanent-structure boundaries: 
beginning at SEPTA’s Walnut Lane Train Trestle (in the 6100 block of Chew Avenue and 
the 500 block of Walnut Lane), up to Johnson Street to the Cliveden Hill Park, and from the 
6200 block of Clearview Street at SEPTA’s Washington Lane Train Station up to Musgrave 
Street at the Roosevelt School. 
 
Effective 7/02/2013, the CBNC’s boundaries were expanded (now representing more than 
2,000 residents) and its new boundaries are as follows: (A) Stenton Ave & E. Johnson St, 
(B) E. Johnson St & Germantown Ave, (C) Germantown & E. Chelten Avenues and 
(D) Stenton & E. Chelten Avenues. (See the attached map). 
 
 
 
 
Rev. Chester H. Williams 
Mission 
The Chew and Belfield Neighbors Club, Inc. (CBNC) is a 501(c)(3) community organization 
located in the northwest section of Philadelphia, PA. Since 1981, this organization was 
founded on prayer and volunteerism. 
 
The CBNC works to create a cleaner, safer and eco-friendly environment for the entire 
community, and does so in the following manner: 1) by facilitating neighborhood cleanups 
every other Wednesday; and 2) by engaging with agencies/companies/institutions and other 
individuals to help identify and eliminate blight through community improvement projects 
that optimize land use and stimulate commercial investment to revitalize the area. The 
CBNC is also engaged in development and zoning issues within its boundaries. 
 
The CBNC also promotes educational and career opportunities by offering on-going free 
Math Tutoring Classes and information on employment and training opportunities in order to 
empower the community as a whole. The CBNC supports its members who are 
entrepreneurs by providing them with a platform for exposure and growth via its website and 
at community meetings. 
 
CBNC accomplishes its goals through the following support systems: A Block Captain 
Network, Awbury Arboretum, Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership, Awbury 
View Apartments, Equal-Partners-In-Change, Mt. Airy-USA, Gaudenzia DRC, DePaul USA 
and various state and local agencies and business partners. 
 
Boundaries 
One of the criteria for becoming a 501(c)(3) entity, is to be able to reach a specified number 
of residents with important information in the event of an emergency. More than 1,000 
residents live within the following CBNC permanent-structure boundaries: 
beginning at SEPTA’s Walnut Lane Train Trestle (in the 6100 block of Chew Avenue and 
the 500 block of Walnut Lane), up to Johnson Street to the Cliveden Hill Park, and from the 
6200 block of Clearview Street at SEPTA’s Washington Lane Train Station up to Musgrave 
Street at the Roosevelt School. 
 
Effective 7/02/2013, the CBNC’s boundaries were expanded (now representing more than 
2,000 residents) and its new boundaries are as follows: (A) Stenton Ave & E. Johnson St, 
(B) E. Johnson St & Germantown Ave, (C) Germantown & E. Chelten Avenues and 
(D) Stenton & E. Chelten Avenues. (See the attached map). 
 
 
 
 
Rev. Chester H. Williams 
President and Founder
located in the northwest section of Philadelphia, PA. Since 1981, this organization was 
founded on prayer and volunteerism. 
 
The CBNC works to create a cleaner, safer and eco-friendly environment for the entire 
community, and does so in the following manner: 1) by facilitating neighborhood cleanups 
every other Wednesday; and 2) by engaging with agencies/companies/institutions and other 
individuals to help identify and eliminate blight through community improvement projects 
that optimize land use and stimulate commercial investment to revitalize the area. The 
CBNC is also engaged in development and zoning issues within its boundaries
The Chew and Belfield Neighbors Club, Inc. (CBNC) is a 501(c)(3) community organization 
located in the northwest section of Philadelphia, PA. Since 1981, this organization was 
founded on prayer and volunteerism. 
 
The CBNC works to create a cleaner, safer and eco-friendly environment for the entire 
community, and does so in the following manner: 1) by facilitating neighborhood cleanups 
every other Wednesday; and 2) by engaging with agencies/companies/institutions and other 
individuals to help identify and eliminate blight through community improvement projects 
that optimize land use and stimulate commercial investment to revitalize the area. The 
CBNC is also engaged in development and zoning issues within its boundaries. 
 
The CBNC also promotes educational and career opportunities by offering on-going free 
Math Tutoring Classes and information on employment and training opportunities in order to 
empower the community as a whole. The CBNC supports its members who are 
entrepreneurs by providing them with a platform for exposure and growth via its website and 
at community meetings. 
 
CBNC accomplishes its goals through the following support systems: A Block Captain 
Network, Awbury Arboretum, Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership, Awbury 
View Apartments, Equal-Partners-In-Change, Mt. Airy-USA, Gaudenzia DRC, DePaul USA 
and various state and local agencies and business partners. 
 
Boundaries 
One of the criteria for becoming a 501(c)(3) entity, is to be able to reach a specified number 
of residents with important information in the event of an emergency. More than 1,000 
residents live within the following CBNC permanent-structure boundaries: 
beginning at SEPTA’s Walnut Lane Train Trestle (in the 6100 block of Chew Avenue and 
the 500 block of Walnut Lane), up to Johnson Street to the Cliveden Hill Park, and from the 
6200 block of Clearview Street at SEPTA’s Washington Lane Train Station up to Musgrave 
Street at the Roosevelt School. 
 
Effective 7/02/2013, the CBNC’s boundaries were expanded (now representing more than 
2,000 residents) and its new boundaries are as follows: (A) Stenton Ave & E. Johnson St, 
(B) E. Johnson St & Germantown Ave, (C) Germantown & E. Chelten Avenues and 
(D) Stenton & E. Chelten Avenues. (See the attached map). 
 
 
 
 
Rev. Chester H. Williams 
President and Founder

                                                                              Because We Care!!!

OPEN ENROLLMENT NOW

CBNC Thanks Shop Rite located in Cheltenham for its generous donation of 100 hot dogs and hot dog rolls, and Bottom Dollar located at Chew and Washington Lane for it's generous donation of 30 turkeys on thanksgiving and a $50 gift card for Martin Luther King Day totaling to $455. CBNC appreciates their support.

BLACK HISTORY PROGRAM 2015

ASSISTANCE OFFERED THROUGH CBNC

  • EDUCATION                            JOB OPPORTUNITIES         LANDSCAPING
  • HELP ACQUIRING GED                 WORK ORGANIZATIONS                       BLOCK CLEAN-UP
  • SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS     FREE JOB TRAINING                             LOT CLEAN-UP  
  • FREE COLLEGE CLASSES           FREE RESUME BUILDING                   TREE PLANTINGS
  • FREE TUTORING                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       OTHER

  • WORKS WITH VETERANS
  • WORKS WITH VICTIMS OF DRUG ADDICTION
  • WORKS WITH VICTiMS OF ALCHOLISM
  • WORKS WITH EX-OFFENDERS
  • LEGAL ADVICE (LAWYERS ON-BOARD)

COME JOIN!

 The CBNC welcomes community participation! What is needed is a positive spirit of help and dedication. In order to build a strong community, the CBNC seeks to assist and support its fellow members, and provide many opportunities for all to share their many talents for the world to see. Volunteering with the CBNC is an excellent way for ANYONE to enhance their resume and for high school and college students to gain community service experience. The CBNC is happy to give recommendations to its volunteers.

This is a call for all Block Captains in the 59th Ward 10th Division of Philadelphia, PA to join the CBNC and unite for a better community! There is a nominal $12.00 yearly membership fee to become a member. Membership fees should be paid in the form of a U.S. Postal Money Order, and made payable to: Chew and Belfield Neighbors Club, Inc. Membership fees will be accepted at Community Meetings, or can be mailed to: P.O. Box 14134, Philadelphia PA 19138. The CBNC meets 8 times a year, on the LAST WEDNESDAY of each month. Community Meetings are not held during the months of July, August, November, and December.

CBNC Community Meetings are held at the Joseph E. Coleman Northwest Regional Library - Conference Room, located at Greene & Chelten Avenue, Philadelphia PA 19144.

We at the CBNC would first like to thank you for being a member of the organization. We are proud of the many community successes achieved by our group, but in order for our organization to continue its growth, we need your help. Each member is being asked to volunteer a minimum of 20-24 hours per calendar year (only 2 hrs per month), so that our group can continue its important work. Please review the list on our news page, of our yearly programs that are in need of committee leaders and team members and let us know where you can help-out.

 

*** Must have dues paid in full before becoming a member on the website or you will be deleted within three days.

Founder Rev. Chester H. Williams

President/Founder: Chew and Belfield Neighborhood Club Inc. 1981 

President: National Alliance of Postal & Federal Employees; Local 509

Committee Member: 59th Ward 10th - Division ( retired )

Prepaid Legal Services Representative

Disabled American Veteran: Active Lifetime Member

Military Order of the Purple Heart Association: Active Lifetime Member

American Legion Society and an AFSCME Retiree of 1199C

Block Captain: 6200 Block of Chew Ave.

Pennsylvania Association of Notaries

Equal Partners in Change: Board Member

 

 

 

 

CBNC PARTNERS

  •   Awbury Arboretum
  •   Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership
  •   Equal Partners in Change
  •   Awbury View Apartments
  •   Mount Airy, USA
  •  Other Small Businesses
  •  Philadelphia More Beautiful Committee (PMBC) 

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, Oct 25 at 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday, Nov 22 at 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday, Dec 27 at 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday, Jan 24 at 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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