In 2014, we renovated a historic building with the vision to create a community hub. Today, the FCFP Philanthropy Center houses our operations and serves as a satellite office for nonprofits.

Book one of our

Meeting Spaces

Area nonprofits are invited to use our space to work and meet. See which member tier works best for you.

ServicePro MemberMemberNon-member
Access to meeting rooms during business hours (8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.)6 times /contract4 times /contract2 times/contract
Access to meeting rooms after business hours (5-9 p.m.)4 times /contract2 times/contract1 time/contract
Building access (including nights and weekends)Business hours only
Beverage service (water, coffee)
File storage
Basement storage
Incoming mail service
Outgoing mail service (charges apply)
Use of office equipment, including copy and fax (charges apply)Business hours only
Wi-Fi accessFree secure networkFree secure networkFree guest network
Receptionist (all calls answered as Philanthropy Center)
Building listing
Cost (6-month contract)$600$375Free
Portrait of Erin Ruhl

Hi, I’m Erin!
Want to reserve a meeting space?

Erin Ruhl, Director of Community Engagement

exterior of the renovated, historical FCFP building

About 201 West Fourth Street

Our Philanthropy Center gives new life to a local landmark.

Built in 1860 in the heart of Williamsport, the structure was home to two different business leaders before housing a men’s society for more than 100 years. Like FCFP, the Ross Club (which opened to women in the 1980s) had a long history of gathering folks for networking, collaboration, and friendship.

Anticipating our centennial, FCFP purchased the building in 2014. Our renovations preserved elements of the past and modernized the space to support the work of the foundation and other nonprofits. We cut the ribbon a century after our founding, down to the day: November 20, 2016.

Photos compliments of Murray Associates Architects © Bob Skalkowski