Posts in 'Partnerships'

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In Montgomery County, we realize that ending homelessness is a community effort ("Will reaching out be enough?" May 26). In 2014, we launched Your Way Home Montgomery County, a partnership of government, philanthropy, nonprofits, and community to end homelessness and housing instability for...
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On April 10, 2016, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, in partnership with the Council on Foundations, named Your Way Home Montgomery County one of the 10 winners of an awards program to recognize community foundations for the excellent work they do along with their public partners...
Graphic logo of a house with a swooping path and the words, "Your Way Home Montgomery County" underneath.
Colmar, PA – The North Penn Community Health Foundation is pleased to announce its renewed commitment to Your Way Home Montgomery County – a public/private partnership seeking to make the experience of homelessness brief, rare and non-recurring. The foundation has committed up to $200,000 through...
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Local philanthropic organizations have collaborated to form the Nonprofit Repositioning Fund (“the Fund”), a regional effort to improve the capacity, effectiveness and financial health of nonprofits in the Greater Philadelphia area. The Fund has committed $1,425,000 over three years for grants that...
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CLICK HERE TO WATCH CLIP LANSDALE, Pa. (WPVI) -- Four non-profit organizations have combined to benefit seniors and the community with recreation, health and affordable housing in Lansdale, Montgomery County.

Your Way Home 3rd Annual Summit

Your Way Home Montgomery County (YWH) held its third annual summit on reducing suburban homelessness at Montgomery County Community College on June 17, 2015.
 
Since its inception in January 2014,
YWH moved 695 people from shelters or streets to their own apartment.
The diversion program launched in January 2015 has prevented 271 people from becoming homeless.
Construction has started on the North Penn Commons, a partnership between four highly respected nonprofit organizations to create a vibrant public center in Lansdale dedicated to celebrating the dignity of every member of our community.

Inaugural MontCo Emergency Food System Conference

With the MontCo Anti-Hunger Network, NPCHF co-sponsored the first countywide conference for food pantries, soup kitchens, policy advocates, county government, benefit access groups, funders and others involved in the emergency food system. Seventy attended and shared innovative work going on in the county, including at individual pantries. Foundation staff also announced a new capacity building grant opportunity for food pantries.
A woman stocks shelves at a food pantry.
Carole Rossi works in the Schwenckfed Manor's General Store in Lansdale on Jan. 23, 2015. Photo by David Maialetti/Staff Photographer. The Philadelphia Inquirer. By Jason Laughlin Lansdale, PA - The Lansdale project may still be a year from completion, but people in upper Montgomery County and...

North Penn Commons Groundbreaking

Advanced Living Communites, Manna on Main Street, North Penn YMCA and the Peak Center held a groundbreaking on June 10, 2014, for North Penn Commons, a visionary $30 million campus on East Main Street in Lansdale.