Berger & Montague, P.C.

After serving as Philadelphia City Solicitor, David Berger founded Berger & Montague in 1970, pioneering the field of class actions in antitrust and securities litigation. Since then, they have become one of the premier complex, class action and commercial litigation firms in the United States. Their nationally recognized and award-winning lawyers have recovered over $30 billion for their clients and the classes they represent.

CHOP logo Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia proudly shares the No. 1 spot onU.S. News’ Honor Roll of the Best Children’s Hospitals.

Claneil Foundation Logo Claneil Foundation

Founded in 1968, the Claneil Foundation is a private foundation located in the Philadelphia region that seeks to improve the health of families and communities through advancements in health and human services, a sustainable food system, education and the protection of the environment. The Foundation provides general operating and program support grants locally, and awards seed funding to emerging projects and organizations that have the potential for significant impact in the Philadelphia region as well as other geographic areas.

Dolfinger McMahon Logo Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation

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.

ELC logo Education Law Center

The Education Law Center is the only statewide legal advocacy group whose mission is to ensure that all of Pennsylvania’s children have access to quality public schools, including poor children, children of color, children with disabilities, children in the foster care system, English Language learners, and other vulnerable children. 

Giving Hope Network

Our Mission is to develop shared solutions for large, complex societal challenges by inspiring and mobilizing a passionate and capable community committed to making a big difference in people’s lives.

Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin Schiller

We offer a broad range of legal services to local, regional, and national clients through our offices in Philadelphia, Harrisburg, and Norristown, Pennsylvania, and Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Our diverse range of practice areas includes complex litigation, business/corporate transactions, real estate, bankruptcy, education, environmental, family law, and tax and estate planning. We count among our clients universities, governmental entities, major corporations, individuals, and several of Philadelphia and the region’s largest professional firms.

Henrietta Tower Wurts Memorial

The Henrietta Tower Wurts Memorial awards grants on a one-year basis in the range of $1,000 to $7,000 to organizations with annual budgets under $3 million. The Wurts Memorial focuses on programs that directly serve or improve the welfare of disadvantaged children and youth, and the elderly, living within the City of Philadelphia. The Henrietta Tower Wurts Memorial prefers to support programs in which a modest grant can play a significant part, and which have meaningful goals in relation to the total resources committed to them. The Henrietta Tower Wurts Memorial is a charitable foundation, formed as a nonprofit corporation under Pennsylvania law to carry out the wishes of Henrietta Tower Wurts, who died in 1933. The Philadelphia Foundation provides administrative and management support services for the Henrietta Tower Wurts Memorial. The Foundation receives grant applications for this charitable foundation and distributes grants that are approved by the Wurts Memorial’s Board of Directors.

Impact100 Philadelphia

Impact100 Philadelphia’s mission is to engage women in philanthropy and collectively fund high impact grants to nonprofits in the Philadelphia region. The goal is to provide high-impact $100,000 grants that reach under-served populations, raise the profile of deserving but lesser known organizations, and highlight unmet needs in the region.  Impact100 members are women, age 21 years or older, who each contribute a minimum of $1,150 annually toward the grants to be awarded that year.


JLC logo Juvenile Law Center

Juvenile Law Center is the oldest non-profit, public interest law firm for children in the United States. Founded in 1975 by four new graduates of Temple Law School in Philadelphia, Juvenile Law Center has become a national advocate for children’s rights, working across the country to enforce and promote the rights and well-being of children who come into contact with the justice, child welfare and other public systems.

KAT logo Kappa Alpha Theta

Kappa Alpha Theta was founded in 1870 as the first Greek-letter fraternity for women. We value our history and take pride in our four founders, who were truly visionary. We also value what we offer today's women! Our vision statement—Kappa Alpha Theta is the organization that provides the finest and most rewarding membership experience—is based on our core purpose and values.

NCASA logo National CASA Association

The mission of the National Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Association, together with its state and local members, is to support and promote court-appointed volunteer advocacy so that every abused and neglected child can be safe, establish permanence and have the opportunity to thrive. CASA volunteers are appointed by judges to watch over and advocate for abused and neglected children, to make sure they don’t get lost in the overburdened legal and social service system or languish in inappropriate group or foster homes. Volunteers stay with each case until it is closed and the child is placed in a safe, permanent home. For many abused children, their CASA volunteer will be the one constant adult presence in their lives. Independent research has demonstrated that children with a CASA volunteer are substantially less likely to spend time in long-term foster care and less likely to reenter care.

PA CASA logo Pennsylvania CASA

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.

Philadelphia Bar Foundation Philadelphia Bar Foundation

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.

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DHS Mission Statement

The Philadelphia Department of Human Services mission is to provide and promote safety, permanency, and well-being for children and youth at risk of abuse, neglect and delinquency.

Philadelphia Zoo logo Philadelphia Zoo

Throughout its history, the Philadelphia Zoo has focused on educating the public about exotic animals, promoting and participating in worldwide conservation efforts for endangered wildlife, and providing exceptional recreational opportunities for families.

Today, the Zoo is reaching new heights in all areas of our mission as a conservation, education and recreation organization. Our state-of-the-art animal exhibits and health-care facilities, award-winning education and conservation programs, recreational opportunities, guest services, scientific accomplishments and historically significant venue make the Philadelphia Zoo one of the world's most renowned zoological societies and gardens. The Zoo is also the Philadelphia region's leading family attraction, welcoming more than 1.2 million visitors a year.

The Zoo uses all of its unique and compelling features to inspire people of all ages to action and leadership in support of wildlife conservation. 

Samuel S. Fels Fund

The Samuel S. Fels Fund, founded in 1935 by Samuel S. Fels, is a private independent foundation with a commitment to improving conditions and opportunities for marginalized communities within the City of Philadelphia.  The Fels Fund provides grants to support services, advocacy and activities that move us towards a more socially, racially and economically just society with opportunity for all.

Seybert Foundation Logo Seybert Foundation

The Seybert Foundation, founded more than 100 years ago as the Adam and Maria Sarah Seybert Institution for Poor Boys and Girls, is an independent foundation that makes grants to nonprofits serving disadvantaged children and youth in the city of Philadelphia. The foundation's average grant amount has been just over $3,000 of late, with priority given to those nonprofit organizations with annual operating budgets of less than $1.5 million. Seybert Foundation has long included general operating support as one form of its giving strategy, but the vast majority of its grants were historically program-related. "More often than not, applicants seemed to assume they had to structure a request in the form of a project grant, and we responded in kind,” says Sara S. Moran, who will conclude her second term as Board President in January 2013. "But as our average grant amount decreased and our community's needs rose, we began to re-think our approach and how we could focus our dollars while maximizing the value of the support provided to our grantees.”

Stratton Foundation

Founded in 1988, the Stratton Foundation is a private, family foundation located in the Philadelphia region that provides general operating and program support grants to organizations involving education, social services, conservation, or religion.

The Charter Foundation Logo The Charter Foundation

The Charter Foundation was founded in November 2009 and received its IRS 501(c)3 designation in June 2010. It was funded by a grant received on July 1, 2010. While the history of the Foundation is short, the Trustees of the Foundation have been involved in the foundation world for decades. Grants will be awarded quarterly and deadline dates will be posted on this site. Please check back for updates to the schedule.

The Douty Foundation logo The Douty Foundation

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.

Nelson Foundation Logo The Nelson Foundation

The Grace S. and W. Linton Nelson Foundation is a private independent foundation that was established through the generosity of the late Grace and Bill Nelson. Incorporated in 1984, the Foundation began active grantmaking in 1988 following the death of Mrs. Nelson. Since that time, the Foundation has made grants of more than $23 million.

Kind Foundation The Patricia Kind Family Foundation

The Patricia Kind Family Foundation is a private, not-for-profit philanthropic organization, 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 non-profit organizations that help children, adults, and seniors obtain basic human needs, including food, shelter, clothing, education, and physical and mental health care. We are especially committed to helping individuals and families who struggle daily with the effects of poverty. The Foundation is interested in encouraging practical, caring solutions to community problems by supporting preventive and direct service efforts. The Patricia Kind Family Foundation operates no programs of its own, but performs its mission by funding proven approaches from non-profit 501(c)3 organizations operating in the five-county Philadelphia region.

Philadelphia Foundation logo The Philadelphia Foundation

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.

William King Foundation logo William King Foundation

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.