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:
Center for Literacy — CLC offers a wide range of literacy services, including reading/writing, math, and technology and work skills to help individuals acquire jobs and lift themselves out of poverty.
City Harvest Program (PA Horticultural Society) — City Harvest partners with other non-profit organizations in Philadelphia to create and support an infrastructure of urban agriculture that makes fresh, nutritious produce more readily available to neighbors and communities in need.
Nationalities Service Center — NSC provides services to immigrants and refugees resettling in the Philadelphia area, including community integration, legal services, access to healthcare, and opportunities to achieve English language proficiency.
Phoenixville Health Care Access — 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 — North Philadelphia program promotes healthy living and stronger communities through access to affordable, wholesome food.