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.

Center for Science in the Public Interest received a grant in support of the development of a pilot project to incentivize healthier choices for SNAP recipients in Pennsylvania.

Delaware Valley Community Health received a grant to create marketing materials for the behavioral health MindKare Kiosk at Norristown Regional Health Center.

Emmanuel E. C. Church Food Cupboard received a one-to-one matching grant to install an entrance ramp to improve access to the pantry for both clients and deliveries.

The Coalition received a grant to support the development, creation and dissemination of a best practice operations manual for Montgomery County’s emergency food pantries to improve the functionality and sustainability of the county’s emergency food system.

Inter-Faith Housing Alliance received a grant to support the integration of Salesforce, a customer relationship management platform, across the organization primarily to improve efficiency at their food pantry.

Jewish Relief Agency received a grant to support the development of a mobile application that will increase participation and improve the effectiveness of the organization's volunteer-driven monthly food distributions.

Manna on Main Street received a grant to support the Common Grounds Food Service Training to Employment Program using the national evidenced-based Catalyst Kitchen model at North Penn Commons.

Manna on Main Street received a grant to purchase and install a large air conditioning unit, a glass-fronted freezer/refrigerator, and two security cages and a kiosk for its SmartChoice food pantry inventory and shopping software system.

Manna on Main Street received a grant to develop a short film that spotlights economic and food insecurity in Montgomery County through individual stories. The film will used to support related policy and advocacy strategies and deepen the conversation about necessary changes.

Norristown Hospitality Center received a grant in support of renovations including upgrading its kitchen equipment and installing new flooring to create a more dignified and efficient experience for its soup kitchen clients.