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.

“Pottstown Area Food Collaborative (PAFC): Collective Impact for a Local and Inclusive Food Economy”:

Trellis for Tomorrow is receiving grant funds as the lead agency for the Pottstown Area Food Collaborative (PAFC). PAFC is a cross-sector collaborative that is re-imagining how to allocate local...

“Integrating Equity into Your Way Home's Assessment & Prioritization for Housing Stability Resources”:

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...

Access Services was provided a stipend for their participation in the Build Back Better Design Team.

Access Services received grant funds through the Innovation Lab program for their project “Taking it to the Streets”: Bringing Integrated Healthcare to People Who are Homeless. This proof of concept project will develop a sustainable collaboration across multiple service providers and systems. It...

ACLAMO Family Centers was provided a stipend for their participation in the Build Back Better Design Team.

Arcadia University was provided a stipend for their participation in the Build Back Better Design Team.

Bethel AME Church of Ardmore was provided a stipend for their participation in the Build Back Better Design Team.

Bethlehem Baptist Church was provided a stipend for their participation in the Build Back Better Design Team.

Bucks-Mont Collaborative was provided a stipend for their participation in the Build Back Better Design Team.

Catholic Social Services received a grant through the Innovation Lab for their project People Power 2. Building off of the successes & challenges of Phase 1, People Power Phase 2 looks to further forge genuine communication between clients & agency partners. People Power 2 will allow partners to...