Grants to Pennsylvania nonprofit organizations to benefit eligible communities. Funding is intended to support activities in the following areas of focus: capacity building and development, health and human services, housing and public safety, and mental health and substance abuse services. The Foundation has adopted a geographical area encompassing the nineteen townships and boroughs surrounding the Borough of Phoenixville.
PCHF has four grantmaking initiatives:
Health & Human Services: To ensure equitable access to high-quality and affordable health and human services for all residents in the Greater Phoenixville region
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services: Promote and strengthen access to timely mental health and substance abuse services, especially crisis intervention
Housing & Public Safety: Support efforts to prevent homelessness and services for those experiencing housing security and expand opportunities for healthy, safe, and affordable housing
Capacity-Building & Development: Enhance the quality of services in the region by investing in nonprofit capacity-building and development and by encouraging partnership and innovation
- The main Grant cycle will open on Friday, May 5, 2023.
- The deadline for submission will be Friday, June 2, 2023, at 5:00 p.m.
All PCHF Staff will initially review grant applications and financial documentation to ensure all information is completed. A Grant Committee comprised of PCHF Board members and staff will work collaboratively to review all applications and develop grant recommendations. This process will take place during June, July, and August. PCHF Board and staff recommendations will be presented during September 2023 Board meeting for discussion and approval. All applicants will be informed of the decision after the board meeting.