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About Us

The Media Fellowship House is an organization that was formed in 1944, after two African American women and a baby were not served at a restaurant in town. Two white women who witnessed the discrimination took them to a different restaurant where they all were served. Media Fellowship House was born that day and continues to promote fellowship and understanding between diverse cultures and generations.
Media Fellowship House is also proud to provide a home for Surrey Services and its Media area seniors. Surrey, a non-profit organization, has been providing a full spectrum of specialized services to seniors throughout the community for over 35 years. Surrey works tirelessly to improve the lives of older adults in our community with its caring philosophy, holistic view and family centered approach.

About Jerry Duffy

Jerry Duffy became the Executive Director of Media Fellowship House in April of 2004. Having an extensive background in Finance and Investments, Jerry was well suited to take the reins of the organization.

Under his leadership, Jerry has built Media Fellowship House’s housing programs into one of Delaware County’s most successful and prominent housing counseling organizations, achieving both HUD and PHFA certifications. The house continues to provide homebuyer and foreclosure mitigation counseling to hundreds of families each year.

Jerry has also added to Media Fellowship House’s existing programming by creating the Annual Black History Month Program and organizing many community wide events and presentations including the Alexander McClay Williams presentations, Duffy’s Cut presentation as well as various book signings held at the house.

His proudest accomplishment as Executive Director was being a part of the team who produced Media Fellowship House’s 70th Anniversary Gala and his favorite part of his job is developing programs that make a positive impact on the community.

A life-long resident of Delaware County, he was raised in Ridley Park and graduated from Cardinal O’Hara High School and Temple University earning his degree in Finance. He spent a few years working in the theatre in New York City and now his favorite hobby is tormenting his children. He has been an active Triathlete for many years having competed in numerous triathlons in our area.

Jerry and Aimee live in Media and their children, Ryan and Vanessa, attend Media Elementary School.

Robin G Otto, President
Paul Robinson,
Vice President
Jason C Burke,
Robert Mickle,


Joan Broadfield
Dr. Michael JJ Campbell
Michele Daly
Dr. Joan Duval-Flynn
Maria C Kotch
James Mason
William Payne

Youth Advisory Board

Jason Boyer
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