BVHVAC_Community_InvolvementAt Brandywine Valley Heating & Air Conditioning, nothing brings us more satisfaction and joy than having the opportunity to make a difference in West Chester and communities around Chester County and the Main Line. Our longevity and growth over the last two plus decades can be directly attributed to our community-first approach to doing business.

Our leadership and staff live in the communities we serve and we continue to value every relationship we have created and grown through some amazing organizations and events throughout the Brandywine Valley area. From serving on boards and committees for local organizations and non-profits to supporting important local fundraisers and events, it continues to be our pleasure to offer our time, energy and financial support to those making a difference in the communities we love so much. We are always happy to see our customers at all of the events we support, so be sure to say hello!

Join Brandywine Valley at the following events in 2016-2017!


December 2016

December 2 – West Chester Christmas Parade – USA Today called West Chester’s Christmas celebration “one of the top ten places to experience the arrival of Santa Claus during the holiday season.” The parade comes alive with hundreds of dancers, performers, and musicians making the event a true extravaganza. Dozens of other activities surround the parade, so come downtown early and enjoy all the Christmas spirit. The Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce’s 37th Annual Christmas Parade is presented by QVC and will be televised on Christmas Day.

December 3 – Holiday Home Tour – The West Chester Public Library is proud to present the 6th Annual Holiday Home Tour featuring homes in the north-west quadrant of the borough, along with two special additions. These homes, all new to the tour, will be beautifully decorated for the holidays.

December 3 – Chester County Family Academy Shop with the Sheriff – Chester County Sheriff Carolyn Bunny Welsh, Deputy Harry McKinney and officers from the Sheriff’s Department will host a Shop with the Sheriff event, which will treat kids from the Chester County Family Academy to a shopping spree, party and visit with Santa.

December 3 – West Chester Food Co-op Marche de Noel – In the tradition of French holiday markets, the “Pop-up” Marché de Nöel West Chester is an outdoor market in the center of town offering small gifts, twinkling lights, holiday music, chestnuts roasting, and a menu of delicious local winter pleasures made with ingredients drawn from the abundant farm land around us. Taste a special holiday bake from La Baguette Magique and enjoy traditional French crepes, both sweet and savory, made before your eyes. Chef Sylvie Ashby will be wearing the tocque, adding a taste of Normandy to the market. Make the market a stop for refreshment after a day of shopping or touring and pick up some local gifts for those on your list.

December 3 – Friends Association West Chester Charity Ball – Kick off your holiday season in style! Drinks, dining, and dancing for a great cause at our masquerade-themed gala. Friends Association helps homeless or near homeless families stabilize their lives and find or maintain permanent housing. For an impoverished family, an unexpected expense or a decrease in income can result in eviction and homelessness.

December 7 – Annual Holiday Toy Drive Breakfast – Each December the Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce hosts their holiday toy drive breakfast. New, unwrapped items donated by Chamber members and community leaders are presented to non-profit organizations who work directly with families in our community.

December 9-18 – Brandywine Ballet’s The Nutcracker – Join us this December for the holiday classic, The Nutcracker! Ring in the season with Tchaikovsky’s timeless score, and be transported to the magical Land of Sweets as you join Clara and the Sugar Plum Fairy on the journey of a dream. This performance is one of Chester County’s signature holiday events, and features original, traditional choreography by David Kloss and Donna L. Muzio, integrated with new choreographic elements by Nancy Page. Brandywine Ballet’s eight-performance run of The Nutcracker continues to delight audiences each December with a tour de force of beauty and elegance.

December 31 – UPTOWN! Entertainment Alliance Opening Gala – On New Year’s Eve UPTOWN! Entertainment Alliance will host a Grand Opening Celebration for its new theater. Uptown!’s New Year’s Eve Gala, The Celebration of the Century, will showcase the restoration of the historic Armory building. Featuring what has been dubbed the most entertaining party/dance band in the land, New Street HEAT, the party will additionally spotlight some of Uptown!’s future in house programming throughout the building.  Guests will be invited to wander from space to space to experience the restoration.


January 2017

January 25 – Challenge for Cancer Bike Tour – 150 Days until the Challenge for Cancer Bike Tour on June 25th. Save the date! This is a great event that offers 5 and 10 mile family fun rides, and 30, 50, and 65 mile routes for more enthusiastic cyclists.  The rides take you through scenic Chester County. All proceeds benefit cancer research and treatment at the Cancer Center of Chester County and the Neighborhood Hospice.


February 2017

February 11 – Brandywine Red Clay Alliance Polar PlungeJoin us for our Annual Polar Plunge! Experience the Brandywine Creek in a whole new way. Whether you go knee deep or take the full plunge you are welcome to make a splash!



We are Proud to Support the Following Local Organizations

  • American Helicopter Museum
  • ARC of Chester County
  • Barclay Friends
  • Brandywine Red Clay Alliance
  • CCD MCL (Golf Outing)
  • Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry
  • Chester County Community Foundation
  • Chester County Economic Development Council
  • Chester County Historical Society
  • Chester County Hospital Foundation (Challenge for Cancer Bike Tour)
  • Chester County Technical College High School
  • Christopher’s Cure
  • Delaware Valley Fire Muster and Show
  • Devereux CAAPP (Face Off for Autism)
  • Domestic Violence Center of Chester County
  • Downingtown Senior Center
  • East Bradford Township (Trailblazer Run)
  • Exton Little League
  • Exton Region Chamber of Commerce
  • FAME Fire Company
  • Family Lives On
  • Friends Association For the Care & Protection of Children
  • Good Works, Inc.
  • Goshen County Fair, Inc.
  • Goshen Fire Company
  • Habitat for Humanity of Chester County
  • Henderson High School
  • Kennett Symphony of Chester County
  • King of Prussia Volunteer Fire Company
  • Lions Club – West Chester
  • March of Dimes
  • National MS Society
  • Oscar Lasko YMCA Youth Program
  • Outward Bound
  • Safe Harbor of Chester County, Inc.
  • St. Agnes
  • St. Maximilian Kolbe Church
  • St. Peter Parish
  • St. Phillip & James
  • St. Simon & Jude
  • Upper Main Line Rotary Club
  • Uptown! Entertainment Alliance
  • Unionville Area Community Recreation Association
  • Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce
  • WC Public Library
  • West Chester Downtown Foundation
  • West Chester East High School
  • West Chester Film Festival
  • West Chester Senior Center
  • West Side Little League