The Arc Alliance Foundation

"We rise by lifting others." — Robert Ingersoll

The Arc Alliance Foundation2023-05-04T11:52:39-04:00

The Arc Alliance Foundation is a 501c3 charitable organization supporting individuals with disabilities.  Thanks to generous individuals, businesses, and nonprofits we have been able to provide essential services to this historically underserved community.  The Foundation supports programs benefitting individuals through our Early Intervention, Supports Coordination, and Guardianship Programs.

To learn more call Nikki Krelovich at 610-265-4700 or

The Arc Alliance provide services to a notoriously underserved community.  With more funding we can provide more services to more individuals who need it.  The Arc Alliance Foundation raises private dollars to do just that.

It’s true that many of our services are eligible for government funding.  Many times, those rates do not cover the cost of services we provide. Generous donors help us address this shortfall.

Yes!  The Arc Alliance Foundation is a registered 501c3 nonprofit.  Donations are tax deductible to the extent of the law.  Our EIN # is 31-1592548.

There are endless needs for individuals with disabilities.  Donations can cover a myriad of expenses such as: physical therapy for a toddler learning to walk, transportation for an individual who is homebound, guardianship services for an individual who is incapacitated, iPad and software for an individual to receive speech therapy, summer camp for a teenager with a disability, or providing a bicycle to an adult with autism to get to and from work.  Private donations can fund these supports and change lives.

Yes!  You can celebrate a loved one, mark a special occasion, or simply remind someone they are on your mind with a special gift to The Arc Alliance Foundation.  Choose “Tribute” when you donate and you will be prompted to enter the name of the person you are honoring.

Our Events

The Arc Alliance provides opportunities for families to be involved in several activities. These activities range from fundraising events, family fun days, training opportunities, support groups and much more. Please take a look at both The Arc Alliance sponsored activities and events as well as those options offered in your community.


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How To Help

There are endless ways to support The Arc Alliance Foundation that will benefit the individuals with disabilities we serve.  From donating, to volunteering, to serving on the board, to introducing us to others that support our mission, to sharing your story, we are open to all partnerships that will further our mission.

Connect with Foundation Executive Director, Nikki Krelovich to discuss opportunities to partner – – 610-265-4700.

Checks can be made out to:
“The Arc Alliance Foundation”
3075 Ridge Pike
Eagleville, PA 19403-1538

The Arc Alliance Foundation Team

Nikki Krelovich
Nikki Krelovich Executive Director
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Nikki Krelovich is a marketing veteran whose development experience paired with her passion for inclusion makes her an ideal leader as The Arc Alliance Foundation launches a new growth phase.

Nikki’s 20+ years experience with start-ups brings an entrepreneurial approach to nonprofits.  Coming from the education space, Nikki put an emerging foundation on the map and lead a team to exponentially increase funding for countless innovative educational programs for students.

She found her calling for mission-driven work at the YMCA promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.  Nikki values mutually beneficial partnerships where both parties benefit from our relationship in a way that is meaningful and beneficial while also furthering our shared mission.

Nikki was raised in Denver, Colorado and graduated from The George Washington University in Washington D.C.  She still visits both regularly. Nikki lives in Fairview Village with her husband, two children, and her dog Duke.

Emma Hardacre
Emma HardacreEvents and Development Coordinator
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Emma Hardacre is a 2022 college graduate from Waynesburg University where she studied Public Relations.  Her experiences as a Bonner Scholar, yearbook executive editor, and Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) member helped shape her passion for event planning.  Always finding ways to serve, Emma also volunteered over 1600 hours at local nonprofits during her tenure at Waynesburg.

When Emma was not volunteering or attending school she worked at her mother’s business as a Direct Support Personnel (DSP). Founded in 2016, the H.A.R.D. Acre Farm in New Carlisle, Ohio operates programs for adults with disabilities who come to learn life skills after transitioning from high school.   H.A.R.D. is the abbreviation for the farm’s mission and way of life:  Honor and Respect Daily.

Growing up on a family farm with her mother and sister, Emma was heavily involved in 4-H and FFA (Future Farmers of America) showing a variety of animals such as cattle and pigs and sheep, and was the 2018 Clark County Fair Queen.

Ways To Give

There are endless ways to support The Arc Alliance Foundation that will benefit the individuals with disabilities we serve.  Learn more here or choose an option below






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