The Roundup Legacy
The Roundup was born in 1996 and was held at 30th Street Station. From there, the event was held bi-annually until 2004 when it was moved to the National Constitution Center. The 2004 Roundup was such a success, it was decided that the Roundup would be held annually in the years to come. Since then, the Roundup has been held at Pier 1 in the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Peche Sherman Mills, The Franklin Institute, and the Curtis Center.
As the Roundup continues to grow, CCTC has been fortunate to have the involvement of many phenomenal individuals from Philadelphia and its surrounding communities who are dedicated to CCTC’s mission.
Proceeds from the Roundup allow CCTC to continue providing high-quality, comprehensive mental and behavioral health services to children and their families living in the Philadelphia region. These services address the effects of abuse, neglect, and other challenges to early childhood development and assist children in reaching their full potential within their homes, community, and society.
Why does CCTC host such a large event every year?
- To raise funds to support the agency’s mission.
- To create awareness of CCTC’s program and services.
- To gain partnerships with corporations and individuals in an effort to increase the sources of funding support for the agency.
For more information, please contact Johanna Torres,
Development & Events Manager,
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215.496.0707 x1137.
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