Application Guidelines The
Under and Uninsured.
What we fund
emphasis is placed on, but not restricted to, programs providing
the following services among the most needy populations:
Providing primary healthcare
Preventing isolation of the elderly
Vulnerable Children and Families.
Maternal health issues
note, as of July 1, 2018 our areas of priority will become:
A) Hunger and food insecurity
B) Services for frail and isolated elderly
C) Services for children at risk
Grants are restricted to organizations serving Northwest Philadelphia
and Eastern Montgomery County. For a complete list of zip codes,
One grant application per organization may be submitted in
a single calendar year. Applicants will be notified directly should
there be any exception.
Priority is given to programs providing direct care, serving uninsured,
and dealing with nutrition.
limited to organizations that are identified as tax-exempt under
section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and that are not
identified as a private foundation. No request will be considered
without a photocopy of the organization's most recent IRS determination
letter included in the application.
has identified projects it does not fund. These include but are
not limited to:
Institutions which in policy or process discriminate on
the basis of race, creed, gender or sexual orientation.
Grants to individuals
Support of sectarian religious activities
Endowment or debt reduction
Fellowships or out-of-area travel
Political lobbying or legislative activities
Homeless Shelters (support for programming serving homeless
will be considered, general operating support for shelters will