Grants Awarded

Since our founding in 2002, we have awarded over $15.2 million to 187 organizations working in Montgomery County, as of August 2020. You can view our grants since 2017 below.

This pilot project will build on the current HealthSpark- funded proof-of-concept project and serve as the next phase to bring street medicine to Montgomery County. The focus will be twofold: collaborate with health provider partnerships that have been formed to provide street medicine in Pottstown...

Arcadia University, in partnership with the Bucks-Mont Collaborative, will pilot an intentional model to meet defined needs of Montgomery County’s safety net providers while nurturing equity-minded graduate students as leaders/change-makers. The pilot will develop and test a model to establish a...

Deaf-Hearing Communication Centre/Women's Center of Montgomery County Accommodation Investigation & Facilitation Project seeks to bring data backed conclusions to the question of accessibility and inclusion in the Montgomery County Safety Net.  Both quantitative and qualitative research will be...

The project is a joint effort by Legal Aid of Southeastern PA (LASP) and Accion Comunal Latinoamericana de Montgomery County (ACLAMO) to develop a comprehensive and replicable plan for building a more inclusive model to serve the Latino* and non-English speaking communities in Montgomery County. The...

Grounded in a reproductive and racial justice framework, the partnership between Maternity Care Coalition (MCC), the Montgomery County Office of Public Health (OPH), and the Montgomery County Maternal and Early Childhood Consortium (MECC) aims to improve maternal and child health outcomes through...

Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center will improve mental health services for youth with problematic sexualized behaviors. Partnered with local agencies, Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center will shift perception and practice among policy makers to ensure youth are diverted from the justice system into...

This project explores models for improving access to psychiatric and medical services for mental health consumers in the greater Montgomery County region. This project uses insights/research from current consumers and their relations, service providers, and educational institutions to identify...

This project will transform Your Way Home's assessment and prioritization processes, resulting in a more equitable and inclusive system for delivering limited housing stability services and subsidies countywide. In addition to HMIS data analysis and a national best practices research scan, the...

This systems change project will address the disparities experienced by the Asian American seniors during the pandemic due to language, cultural, transportation, and technology barriers.  This mobile healthcare, social service, and technology training, piloted by Jaisohn Center, will be further...

This project will serve as a pilot program to explore how to  better serve vulnerable seniors in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania by finding out their current technology needs and abilities and then develop a plan for training them and/or providing hardware and internet access so that they can stay...