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Officials smile as they lift shovels at the groundbreaking for North Penn Commons in Lansdale. From left, Timi Kirchner, Lansdale Borough Manager, Leslie Richards, Montgomery County Commissioner, Josh Shapiro, Chariman, Montgomery County Commissioners, Andy Szekely, Lansdale Mayor, Kathy Phifer,...
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Eleven nonprofits that provide direct services to clients through Your Way Home received capacity building grants, funded by the foundation. Grantees were announced at the 2nd Annual Your Way Home Summit, on May 29, 2014. These funds will assist the organizations in building and strengthening their...
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Your Way Home Montgomery County held its second annual summit on reducing suburban homelessness at Montgomery County Community College on May 29, 2014.
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NPCHF President and CEO Russell Johnson filmed a short video in support of the I Will Listen campaign, created by the New York Metro chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).
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The Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal recently published an article entitled, "The Holistic Healthcare Safety Net System: Pennsylvania’s Next Frontier," written by the foundation's president.
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Cultivating Communities Campaign partners were recognized at an event at Meadowood Senior Living.
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NPCHF President and CEO Russell Johnson wrote an article published in the Fall 2013 edition of the Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal.
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Colmar, PA – The North Penn Community Health Foundation’s board of directors has committed $1.2 million over the next three years to improve the safety net of services for the homeless and the hungry in Montgomery County.
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Colmar, PA – The North Penn Community Health Foundation recently awarded grants totaling $231,250 to ten organizations in Montgomery County. The grants were part of the foundation’s new focus on changing systems to improve the safety net for vulnerable residents.
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Media coverage of the July 16th press conference announcing $11.6 million in low-income housing tax credits from the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency to benefit North Penn Commons.