Since its foundation in 2008, the Honey Brook Community Partnership (HBCP) has continually undertaken efforts to keep its community thriving, connected and relevant. Though not a non-profit organization, the HBCP pours its time and resources into projects that champion volunteerism for the sake of enriching the township and borough where its members live and work.
“While we are involved in fundraising our efforts are far more than that,” said Donna Horvath, the chair of the Honey Brook Community Partnership. “We see ourselves as facilitators who connect resources to one another. Partners are any individuals living in, or representing an organization (non-profit or municipal) or business in the Honey Brook area. Partners endorse the mission and vision of the Honey Brook Community Partnership and agree to work and contribute to the goals of the partnership.”
The HBCP currently consists of 20 steering committee members and a board of directors. The vision of the HBCP encapsulates having a thriving main street, safe neighborhoods, preservation of historical elements, and maintaining Hone Brook’s rural charm. Among the ranks of the partnership are a myriad of professionals – lawyers, realtors, medical professionals, pharmacists, librarians, bankers – yet the partnership is not solely a business organization, with former and current public officials, members of service organizations and local churches, and resident volunteers rounding out their makeup.