The personal injury lawyers in Fairview Village, PA, at Justice Guardians would like to invite you to discover the various things to do in the charming neighborhood.
The village is an unincorporated community located within Montgomery County in the central region of Pennsylvania. Along with towns such as Bethel Hill, Heebnerville, Cedars, Center Point, and Providence Square, it helps form the greater Township of Worcester. The town center is located on the intersection of West Germantown Pike and Valley Forge Road.
Since 2013, the community has been home to the Narenj Tree Foundation, located on West Germantown Pike. This registered charitable organization helps those in need, whether near or far. They support orphans, medical supply initiatives, and educational initiatives. They sent their first container of supplies and goods, helping many displaced refugees in camps in Syria. With the help of the community, they were able to send a 15-foot truckload of donations. To date, they have sent 15 containers to many different displaced communities across the world. Many of the items donated include:
Every year the Fairview Village Church sponsors the Lights in the Village event. This event takes place on December 10 and 11. Guests can look forward to the extravagant light display in addition to free hot chocolate. While exploring the area, there are many opportunities for pictures with the following:
The community is located next to many museums and attractions. In a short drive, residents and visitors can check out the following:
The neighborhood has a couple of daycare and preschool education options, including Kids In The Village Early Learning Center and Curious Kids Preschool.
Children can attend public schools that are part of the Methacton School District, including:
Parents can choose to send their children to charter or private schools with options including:
The village consists of primarily wealthy households, making it among the country's 15% highest income neighborhoods. Some of the occupations represented by the working adults include:
English is commonly spoken in approximately 83.8% of households. Other languages spoken by the residents include Spanish and Italian. As many as 13.3% of the townspeople were born in another country. Some of the ancestries found within the neighborhood include:
The Fairview Village, PA personal injury lawyers at Justice Guardians, have been representing residents for numerous years. It is their goal to recover the maximum compensation for every injured victim. For a free consultation, call our 24/7 hotline and schedule your appointment.
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