The mission of Freedom Neighborhood One (FNOCC) is to provide programs and services that (1) develop the individual, (2) provide support, and (3) strengthen families.
Freedom Neighborhood One (FNO) will be recognized for their unique approach to engaging children, youth and families while serving as a hub for the community.
The Freedom Neighborhood One Community Center is a nonprofit organization that serves individuals and families in the Lower Bucks area. The Freedom Neighborhood One Community Center provides a variety of fun and exciting programs. This includes programs for children, activities for seniors, family events and empowerment programs for adults. As a non-profit organization, the Center’s success is truly a community effort. Volunteers, donors, and caring individuals are at the heart of the FNO Community Center.
The Center believes in the power each individual has to stretch beyond his or her own expectations. We strive to provide information to individuals and families that can help them make strong and informed decisions.
Strong decisions lead to greater change, and that’s what makes the FNO Community Center thrive. By strengthening our community’s greatest resource—its people—we help make the community a better place to live. We provide a place for individuals, families, and groups to gather and belong. In turn, they strengthen the community with a greater sense of pride and their support.
Movement Programs (all ages)
Stationary Programs (various ages)
What about teens and adults?
Mapping your future Monday
Will COVID-19 have any effect on the admissions process for potential or newly admitted college students? Join us as share info. that will help students, & families in wake of COVID-19.
With schools closed, you may find yourself working from home w/ a side-gig: teacher. Join us as we share free resources for activities for activities kids will love.
Breath Stretch & Let Go!!—- Kids yoga/ ***BEGINNER FRIENDLY***
We’re taking it back to the basics!
Join us for a 30 minute fun and interactive session filled with breath work and movement to increase mood, energy and flexibility. All are welcome!
As more people work from home and practice self-isolation due to COVID-19, there’s been an increasing interest in turning on the oven and baking. To relive some stress, come bake with us!