We actively seek suppliers who are small businesses that bring a value-added service to the organization. Small business vendors, including disadvantaged-owned, minority-owned, disabled-owned, and women-owned, provide goods and services that are a vital part of Friendship House fulfilling its mission. We welcome vendors with the goods, services, and expertise that best match our company’s needs.
As an organization that serves children, adolescents, and adults of all races who have emotional and/or behavioral difficulties, and/or have autism, and/or are traumatized by loss, abuse, or neglect, Friendship House understands the importance of social justice. We stand in solidarity with all who speak out against injustice and we support our communities’ peaceful efforts to encourage positive change for the lives and livelihood of Black Americans everywhere.
“I refuse to accept the view… that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality.”
– Martin Luther King, Jr.
Chair: The Honorable Thomas M. Blewitt
Immediate Past Chair: Daniel Santaniello
Chair-Elect: Brian Walsh
Secretary: Gretchen Van Dyke, Ph.D.
Treasurer: Laurie Cadden