These community resources are here to benefit those who are looking for financing help, entrepenuership training, and general assistance in all things business in Easton and the Lehigh Valley.
Easton Area Community Center is a private non-profit 501 c3 organization dedicated to providing a safe haven for educational and athletic activities for children between the ages of five and eighteen years of age.
The EAILD provides leadership and financing opportunities to facilitate the acquisition and restoration of commercial buildings in Easton's historic downtown.
The mission of The Neighborhood Center is to provide the resources needed to avoid poverty, hunger, and homelessness.The Neighborhood Center strives to help low-income families find ways to stabilize, recover, and grow. Our goal is to help every family become self-sufficient and successful.
GEDP is focused on nurturing Easton’s economic well-being and cultural vibrancy and strives towards making Easton a national model of a livable and welcoming small city.
Easton Main Street Initiative is a volunteer-driven downtown revitalization program that promotes the economic strength and vitality of Easton’s central business district. Named #1 Main Street Program in Pennsylvania for 4 years running (2015-2019).
Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley strives to improve the quality of life by building a community in which all people have access to economic opportunity, the ability to pursue that opportunity, and a voice in the decisions that affect their lives.
Discover Lehigh Valley® builds the region’s economy and image through destination marketing that increases the number of leisure and business visitors, the number of nights they stay, and the number of things they do in the two-county area of Lehigh and Northampton Counties.
The GLVC works to improve the economy and quality of life in the Lehigh Valley Metropolitan Area.
LVEDC markets the economic assets of the Lehigh Valley and creates partnerships to lead the recruitment, growth and retention of employes.
Northampton Community College uses its experience in business and industry along with its powerful network of resources to design and provide specialized training and strategic solutions that improve performance, productivity and profits.
Launched in July, 2012, PA CareerLink® is part of the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry’s initiative to transform the landscape of how job-seekers find family sustaining jobs and how employers find the skilled candidates that they need.
The Lehigh University SBDC provides no-cost consulting services and educational programs to entrepreneurs wanting to start or grow a small business in the Lehigh Valley.