Co-occupant Program


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Co-occupancy Program 

The co-occupancy program is for small or emerging nonprofits involved in either the arts or health and human services. To be placed on the waiting list for our co-occupancy program, please submit a letter of interest that includes your mission and statement of need to Emily Elphick at

Current Co-occupants



A community of social activists who bring a diverse group of people together to inspire action for a kinder world. They meet pressing community needs and build community by mobilizing individuals in volunteer service.

Link Generations

Link Generations connects youth and older adults. They provide opportunities for high school students to learn about gerontology, plan meaningful activities to help older adults with cognitive decline, and earn social service learning hours required for graduation. 

480 Cares

An an off-season indoor conditioning program that teaches Montgomery County youth to be better athletes and more.