Provincetown Community Compact

Nurturing Community

Provincetown Community Compact

PRAYER RIBBONS - FROM PROVINCETOWN TO ORLANDO

a film by Lise King

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THE COMPACT

Projects
Swim For Life Website

Swim For Life

One of the largest community gatherings on Cape Cod raising funds for AIDS, Women’s Health Organizations and the Community.

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Dune Shacks Page

Dune Shacks

Artists, writers and the public are invited to apply for a stay at an historic dune shack set in the Cape Cod National Seashore.

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Think-ubator Page

Think-ubator

The Compact helps creative ideas become reality by supporting dozens of artist and community projects with fiscal sponsorship and much more.

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Prayer Ribbons Page

Prayer Ribbons

A living archive honoring those we love with messages, prayers, gratitude and tributes - both living and deceased.
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Community Compact Articles


Compact Chronicles

Celebrate with us! The Provincetown Community Compact launches its 25th anniversary with The Compact Chronicles – the story of this grass-roots community organization through the eyes of artist and founder, Jay Critchley.

Prayer Ribbons Article
June 6, 2018
February 17, 1975: My Re-Birth!
The Compact Chronicles Chapter 2

We arrived in town in February 1975 below our third floor Standish Street apartment we witnessed the Provincetown Rescue Squad conducting practice maneuvers. That October my son Russell was born ...
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Prayer Ribbons Article
March 06, 2018
Come Celebrate With Us!
The Compact Chronicles Chapter 1

The Provincetown Community Compact launches its 25th anniversary with The Compact Chronicles – the story of this grass-roots community organization through the eyes of artist and founder, Jay Critchley.
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Updates

Prayer Ribbons Video Image

Prayer Ribbons

June 10, 2022
Prayer Ribbons News Coverage
Church bells could be heard in the background during a moment of silence at Orlando City Hall. "I continue to be proud of our community, we did not respond with hate or fear, we responded with love and compassion and unity," Mayor Buddy Dyer said.
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Prayer Ribbons Orlando Image

Prayer Ribbons

May 26, 2022
Prayer Ribbons Orlando 2022
Provincetown, MA. The Provincetown Community Compact has once again been invited by The City of Orlando, Florida to install the Prayer Ribbons memorializing the victims of the 2016 Pulse Nightclub Massacre outside Orlando City Hall.
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Happy New Year from The Compact

January 4, 2022
Happy New Year!
Could 2021 have pushed us more to our limits? With an unceasing pendulum of highs and lows, we managed to survive, and even prosper, as we head into the third year of the pandemic. Let’s reach out to each other.
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Dune Shack Residencies Open For 2022

Dune Shack Residencies Open For 2022

December 7, 2021
Dune Shack Residencies Open
The Provincetown Compact Compact announces 2022 dune shack residency applications are now open.
Applications: Apply Here
Contact: jay@thecompact.org
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Prayer Ribbons Witness Together Article

December 3, 2020
Prayer Ribbons - Witness Together
The Provincetown Community Compact will launch the documentary “Prayer Ribbons - from Provincetown to Orlando,” by Provincetown filmmaker Lise King on Monday, December 21, 2020, the winter solstice.
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Provincetown Unites as ONE to Help Outer Cape Non-Profits

June 9,2020
Provincetown Unites as ONE to Help Outer Cape Non-Profits
Eighteen non-profits from the Outer Cape announced today that they will produce and participate in a joint livestreaming fundraiser, One Provincetown, One Fund – Live! on Thursday, June 25th, 2020.
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Swimming in Place Challenge

May 26,2020
Swimming in Place Challenge
The 33rd Provincetown Swim for Life & Paddler Flotilla celebrates the strength of community A summer long, global invitation - A Swimming in Place Challenge, Our Place, Your Place.
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Help us get through the crunch!

Mar 30,2020
Help Us Get Through The Crunch!
The impact of the coronavirus has already had dramatic consequences on our healthcare system, namely Outer Cape Health Services. As a longtime beneficiary of the Swim for Life, this singular clinic has had to furlough 70+ staff members and is running short on needed equipment and protective gear.
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