Community Services & Non profits
The Provincetown Chamber of Commerce is Provincetown’s visitor information center offering travel, dining, accommodation, retail & activity information.
Call, write, fax, e-mail or visit us… we are open year round and look…
The Soup Kitchen in Provincetown (SKIP) provids hot, nourishing meals to Provincetown and Outer Cape residents, November through April, Monday through Friday.
SKIPs goal is to provide nutritious and healthful meals to all individuals who are either in need or seek community. The lack of proper nutrition for many in Provincetown and the Outer Cape is an ongoing challenge.
SKIPs mealtime also serves as a resource place for referrals to social programs for further help in other areas of need.
The Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization that advocates on behalf of business to strengthen and promote regional economic vitality while addressing related cultural, environmental and community concerns. We are a catalyst and advocate for a vibrant economic community in order to create a better Cape Cod.
The Cape Cod Chamber is also dedicated to helping visitors to our region make the most of their vacation experience.
27 years of nurturing community
Provincetown Community Compact, The Compact, sponsors the annual Swim For Life & Paddler Flotilla, a benefit for AIDS, women’s health & the community since 1988. The Compact, established in 1993 by artist Jay Critchley, is a community-building and philanthropic organization that nurtures the vitality of the community, connecting the environment, the arts and the economy.
This year’s Swim for Life is a summerlong challenge, through September 12: Swimming in Place – our place, your place, encouraging swimmers, and others, to swim where they are or create a challenge for themselves. Invite your family, friends and coworkers to support you and pledge money while you: dance, jog, cook, bike, dribble a basketball, write, create – in your bathtub, on the beach, in a pond or pool or anywhere. Join us!
The Compact’s mission is to advance the health and cultural well being of the town, its people, and the natural environment of the Lower Cape. It also acts as fiscal sponsor (Think-ubator Project) for social, environmental and artistic projects and manages two Dune Shack residencies.
It’s Prayer Ribbons initiative, begun at the Swim for Life, which has collected 3,000 colored ribbons with messages honoring both those who have died and those living, was invited to Orlando, Florida for the anniversary of the Pulse nightclub massacre on June 12. A special strand of ribbons that includes black ribbons with the names of the victims inscribed in gold (plus one for those injured) is installed at Orlando City Hall during the annual commemoration.
Helping Our Women is a Provincetown based non-profit 501(c)3 organization providing services to women living with chronic, life threatening or disabling conditions who reside on the Outer Cape, Provincetown to Eastham.
Services include transportation to medical appointments, advocacy, financial assistance, and support groups. We also have an open door policy for all members of the community regardless of gender or health status.
Our staff is able to assist with applications for various benefit programs including Fuel Assistance.
It is the mission of Provincetown Cares: Helping The Women We Love, to stage a benefit performance each year during Women’s Week and National Breast Cancer Awareness Month as a way to promote research, education, screening and treatment for breast cancer as well as other serious health issues affecting women. The proceeds will benefit both local and national organizations committed to research, education and treatment services for women in our communities.…
Provincetown, MA 02657
Provincetown Community Television (PTV) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit Community Media Center serving the Town of Provincetown, MA. PTV provides Government Access video coverage of Provincetown Regulatory Board Meetings as well as low to no cost training, education, and access to media technology to the Provincetown community. PTV is dedicated to providing an accessible media forum for all Provincetown residents, nonprofit organizations, governmental, and educational institutions.
PTV operates Provincetown’s local Comcast cable television channels 18 (PTV GOV) and 99 (PUBLIC), as well as an online livestream of Government Channel 18, an online video archive of Government videos, and a Vimeo collection of local Public Access programs.
PTV Members have access to the PTV Studio, field production and editing equipment, a multimedia lab, and hands-on training classes and workshops. Become a PTV Member today!
The UU Meeting House is a warm, inclusive and diverse religious community committed to the principles of acceptance, compassion and love. Visitors are always welcome. Come as you are!
Worship services are Sundays at 11am, Open Choir Rehearsal at 10am. We are also a great location for weddings and other life passages.
Rev. Kate Wilkinson, Senior Minister
Mary Abt, Music Director.
We lovingly welcome all people into our fellowship. We worship every Sunday at 10:00 AM. We acknowledge the diversity of God’s universe and open our hearts to all of God’s children.
The Provincetown Part-Time Resident Taxpayers Association is a 100% volunteer-run organization of concerned taxpayers whose economic and cultural contributions in Provincetown are vital to the preservation and sustainability of the Town, and yet they are denied a meaningful voice, participation in any local government decision-making, or the right to vote. This fundamental unfairness is completely at odds with the spirit and rich democratic history of Provincetown. It also violates the very tenets upon which our country was founded. It is the mission of the PPRTA to promote awareness and correct this fundamental inequality.
Provincetown, MA 02657
As both a school and community center, 46 Bradford Street has been a Provincetown asset for over a century. The Provincetown Commons will continue that tradition by creating a year-round working space for creative individuals and start-up businesses, and by maintaining 46 Bradford Street as a space for education and community gatherings.
The new intergenerational space, including established Provincetown artists and welcoming of the next generation, is critical to the town’s effort to both preserve and grow the arts as a vital part of our economy and as a facet of our tourism. And building a technological hub for media arts will enable new types of creative innovation to take root here.
The new space will operate with a membership model and is anticipated to include studios, a flexible classroom space, an exhibition space, shared desks, high-speed internet, meeting space, and digital media production facilities.
We are committed to developing educational programs and providing civic space for public programs that anchor 46 Bradford Street to its historic uses.