Coffee Chat

Our next Coffee Chat is Thursday, May 16, 2024, 10:30am. RSVP is requested by May 14, 2024 to

Enjoy a cup of coffee while you learn more about Face to Face from our Executive Director, MaryKay Meeks-Hank. This informal gathering is an ideal way to hear about the growth of Face to Face and the exciting new things happening today. An optional facility tour is included at the end. Coffee Chats are offered 5 times a year.

Coffee Chat

Spring Auction

Saturday, April 20, 2024

Our annual spring auction, usually held in early spring, is our second largest fundraising event. We combine the excitement of a bidding frenzy with high end live auction items, paired with an array of beautiful silent auction treasures that’s sure to please everyone. Combine that with a beautiful venue, exquisite food and beverages and mingling with friends old and new, our annual auction is not to be missed.


October 21, 2023

Pull on your lederhosen and come and enjoy local craft beers, authentic fare, and wonderful music as we turn our dining room at Face to Face into a German beer hall. What a great opportunity to bring a friend to Face to Face for some good old fashion fun. Prost!

Turkey Trot

5 mile race and 1 mile Fun Run
Nothing says Thanksgiving like Pumpkin Pie and the Face to Face Turkey Trot. Our largest fundraising event of the year is held every Thanksgiving morning, beginning at 9:00 a.m. at Hidden Drive located along the Wissahickon Creek. Our race is PA registered, professionally timed, and attended by more than 1,000 runners. Pre-registration begins in September, but same day registration is also available. If you plan to be out of town for the holiday, you can still participate with our virtual run option. If running isn’t for you then join us for our Fun Walk/Run. It is a great way to kick off your Thanksgiving day.

Taste of Haiti Dinner

Let our resident Haitian Chef, Altenor Vavel, transport you from our dining room on Price Street, to Haiti with the exotics tastes of his homeland. For one evening, Altenor will prepare native dishes such as Conch Stew, Griot and specialty rices prepared with coconut milk and mushrooms. Of course, the menu would not be complete without a rich dessert and a specialty cocktail. The dinner is usually held in late summer, early fall at Face to Face, 123 East Price Street, Philadelphia, Pa

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