We want to thank the 1901 Church Board of Directors, the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Nancy Haskin, Art Hixson and Amy & Brian Reese for bringing the former St. Columba back to life through monthly donations that will enable us to pay for utility and insurance costs of operation. Thanks to these and other donations, we are reopening Columba as a "theatre in the rough," during the first quarter of 2020! Once opened, local theatre companies will have a place to rehearse, workshop and perform productions.

 

To become a Columba Champion, click on the Donate button below, decide how much to give each month and then check the monthly donation box. Thank you for supporting The Steeples Project!

 

 




Steeples still rise above Cambria City because of people like you!

Government agencies and foundations are providing invaluable grants for planning and development projects. Our buildings are generating some income. But The Steeples Project couldn't continue without the generous contributions of businesses and individuals. That's how we pay for accounting fees, insurance, property taxes, contractor's fees and utilities – all of which are required to do business responsibly and effectively.

You can donate online by clicking on the submenu link. If you prefer, you can make a check payable to "1901 Church" and mail it to:

The Steeples Project
913 Lina St.
Johnstown, PA 15902-1831

We pledge to keep overhead as low as possible while developing new, sustainable reuses for Cambria City's former church buildings. Our financial records are open for your review!

To examine 1901 Church, Inc.'s latest compiled financial statements,
click here.

Here is 1901 Church's most-recent Form 990.

1901 Church is registered with the Pennsylvania Bureau of Charitable Organizations. To see our registration, click here and search for "1901 Church."

The U.S. Internal Revenue Service recognizes 1901 Church, Inc., as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) corporation. Donations and contributions are tax-deductible to the extend permitted by law.