Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC has more than 450 attorneys and government relations professionals. The firm's bicoastal reach provides clients with nationwide access to all of our attorneys and their respective areas of experience. We are dedicated to building a deep understanding of our clients, their businesses and their industries, and in doing so have established industry focused client teams. Attorneys from different practice areas and geographic locations work together to understand the world from each client's perspective to address its unique needs.
At The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, we are committed to providing the best care and services to you and your child. We understand that you are your child's primary caregiver and source of safety and support – a role that shouldn't change as a result of an illness or injury. We value our ability to partner with parents and family members in the care of their children, and this partnership is the keystone of our philosophy of care.
The Claneil Foundation works to create healthy communities by supporting nonprofit organizations making an impact in the areas of hunger and nutrition/food system, health and human services, education, and the environment.
Whether you are starting out or starting over, Community College of Philadelphia can take you where you want to go. With more than 70 associate's degree, certification and continuing education programs, a lively campus near Center City, and a supportive, top-flight faculty, Community College of Philadelphia is your path to possibilities.
The assets of the Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation were provided by Henry Dolfinger, who died in June 1939, and in part from his son-in-law, J. Edward McMahon, who died in July 1951. The source of a majority of those assets was the Dolfinger Dairy, which was sold by Henry Dolfinger to Abbotts Dairies. The creators of the Foundation and donors of the funds now comprising the Foundation were Mrs. J. Edward McMahon (Caroline D. McMahon), the only child of Henry Dolfinger, and Mary M. McMahon, the only child of Mrs. J. Edward McMahon. Both Caroline D. and Mary M. McMahon became quite enthusiastic about establishing a perpetual foundation to benefit charitable purposes and memorialize to some extent the Dolfinger and McMahon names.
Since 1968, the Douty Foundation has provided funding to organizations working to foster equitable opportunities for communities, particularly children and youth living in those communities, in Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties in Pennsylvania. We seek to support organizations that are at the forefront of sparking social change and expanding opportunities in their communities. We look for grantee partners that have demonstrated roots in their communities and that are comfortable with taking risks and pursuing new ideas. We favor small grassroots organizations that have limited access to funding.
In 1989, Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity adopted National CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocates, as its national philanthropy.
In 1905 when our founders secured the rights to the Lincoln family name from Robert Todd Lincoln, they knew that the company would have to live up to the legacy of honesty, integrity, and respect that defined our 16th president. That sense of responsibility shaped not only our business practices but our commitment to the community as well.
The National Adoption Center expands adoption opportunities for children living in foster care throughout the United States, and is a resource to families and to agencies who seek the permanency of caring homes for children.
The Nelson Foundation is an independent private foundation that was founded more than 25 years ago through the generosity of the late Admiral Bill and Grace Nelson. Since its inception, the Foundation has supported a variety of programs that provide direct services to children and youth in the Philadelphia region.
The Patricia Kind Family Foundation, a private, not-for-profit philanthropic organization, was established in 1996 with a gift from the estates of Hedwig and Arnold Louis van Ameringen, parents of Patricia Kind. The Foundation is family managed and believes strongly in the importance of supporting families. The mission of the Foundation is to financially support organizations that help children, adults, and seniors in need obtain physical and mental health care and related human services in the Philadelphia area.
The Pennsylvania CASA Association is the statewide non-profit organization that works to develop and support local CASA programs. CASA programs are organized for a specific juvenile court jurisdiction. Today there are 20 local programs serving 21 court jurisdictions. The local CASA programs may be county operated, represent one of several programs under an umbrella agency or be set up as an independent non-profit organization.
The Philadelphia Bar Foundation is dedicated to promoting access to justice for all people in the community, particularly those struggling with poverty, abuse and discrimination. The Bar Foundation is the embodiment of the Philadelphia legal community's commitment to this fundamental principle.
The Philadelphia Foundation has been committed to improving the quality of life in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties for 90 years, through funds established by our donors. As a public charity community foundation, we manage more than 800 charitable funds, maximizing the strategic impact of charitable contributions. The Philadelphia Foundation is in the business of “building community” through: Building philanthropic resources Managing those resources well Distributing those resources effectively And we fulfill that Mission by: Convening, leading and supporting Focusing on vulnerable populations, our donors and the nonprofit sector Our Vision: The Philadelphia Foundation envisions a flourishing Delaware Valley made up of safe, thriving and diverse communities, strengthened by a dynamic and robust nonprofit sector that is critical to our quality of life, and that inspires civic participation through philanthropy.
The general purpose of the Fund, as stated in the Charter, is “to initiate and to assist any activities or projects of a scientific, educational or charitable nature which tend to improve human daily life and to bring to the average person greater health, happiness, and a fuller understanding of the meaning and purposes of life.”
The Seybert Foundation, incorporated in 1906 as The Adam and Maria Sarah Seybert Institution for Poor Boys and Girls of Philadelphia, is a charitable foundation that was established through the Will of Henry Seybert in memory of his parents.
In the spirit of its benefactor, Dr. William M. King (1927–2007), The William M. King Charitable Foundation supports organizations, programs, and causes that seek to enrich the quality of life for African Americans and other underserved audiences. Established in Pennsylvania in 1994, the Foundation is especially interested in organizations and programs that promote meaningful social change through education — both formal and informal — and that offer opportunities for learning through arts and cultural experiences. The Foundation supports the initiatives of both well-established and grass roots organizations, with a special focus on Philadelphia-based institutions.
Contact CASA of Philadelphia
CASA of Philadelphia County
1940 Brandywine Street
Philadelphia, PA 19130