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.

Patrician Society received a grant to support the installation of new flooring in the pantry to provide a more durable surface and more dignified experience for pantry clients.

Pennypack Farm received a grant in support of strategic planning.

Philanthropy Network received a grant in support of a search for the organization's next Executive Director.

PCRC received a grant to build staff and organizational capacity to use data to strengthen evaluation, learning and innovation.

PCRC received a grant to increase the shelf life of fresh produce and improve the efficiency of produce storage and distribution adding glass access doors on the pantry's walk-in refrigeration system.

Regional Housing Legal Services received a general operating grant to support for their work in affordable housing and community and economic development in Montgomery County.

MontCo SAAC received a grant to purchase tablet computers and software to support staff in assessing the nutrition risk of community members. Once identified, the organization can address those needs via its existing food pantry and Meals on Wheels programs.

SHARE received a grant to create a capital equipment fund for Montgomery County food pantries to purchase much needed items such as freezers, refrigerators and shelving.

SHARE received a grant to provide backbone administrative support to the MontCo Anti-Hunger Network, a coalition of hunger relief organizations working collectively to make healthy foods available to all communities in Montgomery County.

Outreach House at St. James Episcopal Church received a grant to purchase equipment and client tracking software to better meet client needs and improve food pantry operations.