USA: Pennsylvania: Northwest region of Philadelphia
Deadline: 03/01/23 5:00 PM EST - Deadline for funding priority: Elderly
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Grants to Pennsylvania nonprofits in eligible regions for programs to serve the needy. Eligible programs may align with one of the following areas of focus: providing services for children and the elderly and addressing hunger and food insecurity. Organizations must serve the Northwest region of Philadelphia in the following zip codes: 19150 (Wadsworth), 19144 (Germantown), 19138 (East Germantown), 19128 (Roxborough), 19119 (Mt. Airy), and 19118 (Chestnut Hill).
Others (see text field entitled "Additional Eligibility Criteria" for clarification)
Additional Eligibility Criteria
Grants are restricted to organizations identified as tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and serving Northwest Philadelphia in the following zip codes:
19150 - Wadsworth
19144 - Germantown
19138 - East Germantown
19128 - Roxborough
19119 - Mt. Airy
19118 - Chestnut Hill
Organizations must be identified as tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and cannot identify as a private foundation. A photocopy of the organization's most recent IRS determination letter is required for consideration of funding.
- Institutions which in policy or process discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion/non-religion
- Grants to individuals
- Support of the promotion of specific religions
- Loans, endowment, and debt reduction
- Capital campaigns
LOI deadlines by Funding Priority:
- March 1st - Elderly
- July 1st - Hunger/Food Insecurity
- October 1st - Children
LOIs will be accepted until the end of business day (5pm EST) on the due date. If LOIs are incomplete they will not be considered for funding.
Funding Determination Month (3rd Thursday):
Contact with members of the board of Directors, prior to formal submission, is discouraged. If additional information is required during the review process, applicants will be contacted.
Once proposals are received, an email confirmation will be sent. All applicants meeting the initial criteria will be contacted for a site visit or follow-up phone conversation. Foundation staff, committee members, and volunteers will be engaged in requesting further information to move the process forward.
One LOI per organization may be submitted in a single calendar year. Applicants will be notified directly should there be any exception.