Philadelphia Grants

Grants in the Greater Philadelphia area go to organizations covering a broad range of needs in the local community and beyond, from primary healthcare to community nutrition programs.  Typical grants range from $2,500 to $25,000, with occasional larger and multi-year commitments.  Examples include:

Beyond Literacy — BeLit, the largest literacy agency in Philadelphia, provides opportunities for adults and families by improving their reading, writing, math, English language, digital literacy, and workplace skills.

Nationalities Service Center — NSC provides comprehensive services in the areas of language access and proficiency, legal protections and remedies, community transition and integration, access to health and wellness, and job readiness training to immigrants and refugees being resettled in the Greater Philadelphia area.

Health Care Access Phoenixville — HCA helps eligible residents of the greater Phoenixville Area access dental, emergency orthopaedic, vision care, mammograms, as well as obtaining prescription medications.

Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia — The Law Center uses high-impact legal strategies to improve the well-being and life prospects of the Philadelphia region’s most vulnerable populations by assuring that they have access to the resources and services that all of us need to lead our lives.

SHARE Food Program — Share leads the fight against food insecurity in the Philadelphia region, serving an expanding network of community-based organizations and school districts engaged in food distribution, education, and advocacy.