Grants Funded

Second Half 2016

Arden Theatre – dedicated to bringing to life great stories by great storytellers – on the stage, in the classroom and in the community.

Enterprise Center – provides access to capital, capacity building, business education and economic development opportunities to high-potential, minority entrepreneurs in Greater Philadelphia.

City Year – helps close the gap between what students need to succeed and what schools are designed to provide using near-peer mentors in Philadelphia’s most under-served schools to address specific areas that lead to students dropping out.

Chester County Food Bank – a viable, sustainable organization that secures, manages and distributes food to those in need.

Artz Philadelphia – connects people living with dementia and their care partners with artists, cultural organizations, and each other by providing opportunities for self-expression and for the rebuilding of self-esteem and dignity.


First Half 2017

St. James School – a Philadelphia middle school in the Episcopal tradition, committed to educating traditionally under-resourced students in a nurturing environment.

One House At A Time – helps families establish (or reestablish) self-sufficient lives by providing them with the necessities of a functional home environment; current focus is ending child bedlessness in Greater Philadelphia.

LifePath – Provides a comprehensive array of programs and services to individuals of all ages with developmental and intellectual disabilities throughout the Lehigh Valley and southeastern PA.


Second Half 2017

NHS School Warrington – provides specialized educational programming to students who need full-time autistic support and/or full-time emotional support.

Clarifi – helps people in the Delaware Valley to identify and secure the most important assets in their lives via credit counseling and financial education.

Child Guidance Resource Center – provides care and educational services that assess, treat, and empower children, adolescents, and families with behavioral challenges, developmental disabilities, or residential needs in the Delaware Valley.

Public Citizens for Children & Youth – improves the lives of children by developing initiatives and advocating for quality health care, child care, public education and family stability in Greater Philadelphia.

YWCA Bucks County – offers a comprehensive array of educational programming to low-income and vulnerable populations directly in their own neighborhoods and schools.