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.

PALM received an Innovation Lab grant to begin an action planning process to create a healthier, more elder-friendly environment in Lower Merion. PALM will form a team of leaders from aging  service providers, 21 civic associations, government (county and local), businesses and funders to determine...

Inter-Faith Housing Alliance received an Innovation Lab grant to research and develop recommendations to design and implement a shared housing program for all or parts of Montgomery County. Shared housing is an arrangement between individuals or families to share space, thus reducing associated...

MAHN received an Innovation Lab grant to pilot programs to meet the food needs of vulnerable populations. Low-income families and seniors will have access to an online food pantry network food delivery service. Those transitioning from homelessness or the criminal justice system will be given...

Montgomery County OIC received an Innovation Lab grant to form the Combining Organizations Resources to Enhance Stability (CORES) group that will work together to provide “one-stop” shop for safety net services to individuals who have or are re-entering the community (within 30 days) from the penal...

Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation (PATF) received an Innovation Lab grant to work with the Pennsylvania Health Law Project to develop a toolkit for nonprofits on how best to serve individuals with disabilities. The toolkit will be in accessible formats, such as large print and Braille...

Philabundance received an Innovation Lab grant to partner with Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery and Delaware Counties and the Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities to pilot a collaborative program that seeks to answer if food security can be achieved when combined with other safety net...

Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities received an Innovation Lab grant to work with Leadership Tri-County of the TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce to pilot a community leadership volunteer program that connects consumers and nonprofits in new ways. Twelve consumers of safety net services will...

The TriCounty Community Network received an Innovation Lab grant for a proof of concept pilot that will demonstrate how the business community, educational institutions and nonprofits can collaborate to develop a seamless, shared system that provides a "no wrong door" approach to supporting living...

Your Way Home (YWH) received an Innovation Lab grant to advance equitable access to housing and homeless services for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning/Queer youth, adults and seniors in Montgomery County. The project will recruit Community Advocates who identify as LGBTQ or an...

ACLAMO received a stipend to support their participation in our Safety Net Resiliency Initiative.