Grants Awarded

Since our founding in 2002, we have awarded $14+ million to 176 organizations working in Montgomery County. You can view our grants since 2017 below.

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

Inter-Faith Housing Alliance received a stipend to support their participation in our Safety Net Resiliency Initiative.

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

IHN of the Main Line received a stipend to support their participation in our Safety Net Resiliency Initiative.

Jenkintown UMC received a grant for it's food pantry to purchase and implement an inventory and client management software package, which will allow the pantry to serve more clients more efficiently and effectively, and have access to real-time data.

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

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

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

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

Manna on Main Street received a grant to create a short film on the experience of poverty in Montgomery County, featuring participants in their Common Grounds Training Program.