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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.
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The Vegetable Basket Program returns to distributes thousands of pounds of fresh produce to families in need.
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NPCHF provided seed funding to start the farmers market.
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Video: NPCHF President and CEO discusses how foundations can provide support beyond funding.
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Video: President and CEO Russell Johnson speaks about the work of NPCHF.
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Commissioner Shapiro makes the announcement at an Academy session.
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WISE SNAC successful in reducing obesity in North Penn, Souderton Area and Wissahickon school districts.
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How does a relatively small foundation foster significant change?
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Nutrition Coalition members combine efforts for more impact.