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.

“Building Back Better: The Emergency Food System in Montgomery County”:

Bring together the key local and regional players working to end hunger in Montgomery County to develop a strategy for "building back better" its emergency food system. Set in place mechanisms to implement and sustain needed...

“Creating Equitable Pathways to Psychiatric & Medical Services for Mental Health Consumers”:

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...

“Visiting Jaisohn Health, Social Service & Technology Training for Asian American Seniors”:

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...

“Connecting Seniors to the Safety Net”:

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...

“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.