|American Cancer Society - Blair Unit Memorials and Donations||Individuals wishing to make a financial donation and/or a memorial contribution to the American Cancer Society can contact the local Blair Unit Office.||Blair||American Cancer Society - Blair Unit||American Cancer Society|
|American Red Cross of PA Mountains - Altoona Office - Donations||Money donations are always welcomed by the American Red Cross.||Blair||*American Red Cross - PA Mountains Chapter||American Red Cross - Pennsylvania|
|American Red Cross of PA Mountains - Johnstown Office - Donations||Money donations are always welcomed by the American Red Cross.||Cambria||*American Red Cross of PA Mountains Chapter||American Red Cross - Pennsylvania|
|Blair County Department of Social Services Grants Administration||Administration of human services grants for Blair County.||Blair||Blair County Human Services||Blair County Department of Social Services|
|Brandywine Health & Wellness Foundation||Improves the health and well-being of people who live and work in the greater Coatesville area by fostering community partnerships, by providing capacity building support, and by making grants to promote health equity, healthy youth, and a healthy community.||Chester||Brandywine Health & Wellness Foundation - Chester; Coatesville||Brandywine Health & Wellness Foundation|
|Charities/Foundations/Funding Organizations||MISSION: TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR THE EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF SPRING GROVE AREA STUDENTS.||York||SPRING GROVE AREA EDUCATIONAL FUND||Spring Grove Area School District|
|Collinsville Community Library and Friends of the Collinsville Community Library||Reader's services
Children's and teen services (preschool story time, summer reading clubs)
Free high speed internet and Wifi
Books on cd,mp3, and tape
Friends of the Collinsville Community Library provides financial support for the Collinsville area community library. Fundraising events include annual yard & book sale and membership drive. Please, ask for the Vicke Waltemyer, President of the Friends of the Library for more information. There is a membership fee to join.||York||York County Library System||York County Library System|
|Community Coalition||Supports and celebrates individuals, families and social institutions through a collaborative fundraising effort. This creative approach combines efficient business practices with the commitment to furthering the diverse work of its member organizations.||Chester||THE COMMUNITY COALITION||The Community Coalition|
|Community Coalition - Nonprofit Collaboration||Our Mission:
The Community Coalition supports and celebrates individuals, families and social institutions through a collaborative fundraising effort. This creative approach by The Coalition combines efficient and effective business practices with the commitment to furthering the diverse work of its member organizations.
What is the Community Coalition?
The Community Coalition is an innovative model of collaboration among small non-profit organizations dedicated to fundraising together and sharing resources so that expenses are cut and more donor money can go directly to programs. The Coalition grew out of an understanding that by collaborating instead of competing - both in fundraising and in programming - the community, the individual organizations, and the donors would be best served.
Founded in 1991 with three member organizations and now grown to six, these participating organizations are dedicated to a shared belief in supporting and celebrating individuals and families. This creative collaboration combines effective business practices with the commitment to furthering the diverse work of its members.
Why is it successful?
By staffing one fundraising effort with a broader reach, we save costs for each member organization
We depend on the dedication and hard work of many volunteers to reduce costs
Member organizations obtain better prices by purchasing as a group
We offer donors one place to give in which they can support a wide variety of causes
We offer options that a single small organization could not manage, such as our endowment
We provide an additional source of financial long-term stability to member organizations||Chester||*Main Site (The Community Coalition)||Community Coalition|
|Cultural Alliance of York County||Founded as a United Arts Fund in 1999, the Cultural Alliance's annual campaign supports eight partner agencies that are essential to our cultural core and funds the Creative Impact Award grants that bring arts and culture to life in York County. Since its inception, the Cultural Alliance's annual campaign has granted $9.2 million cash and more than $2 million in-kind support.||York||Cultural Alliance of York County||Cultural Alliance of York County|
|Dauphin County Department of Mental Health/Autism/Developmental Programs||The Dauphin County MH/A/DP provides funding and administrative oversight for various services in our community for persons with mental disabilities and for children with special needs or developmental disabilities.
Our mission is to assure that these services are of the highest quality possible, are cost effective, and are readily available to all who need them. We promote the principles and fundamentals of self-determination in our mental retardation program, of recovery and resiliency in our mental health program, and family-centered services in our early intervention program.
We also provide Mental Health Crisis Intervention Services 24 hours per day 7 days per week.||Dauphin||Dauphin County Department of Mental Health/Autism/Developmental Programs||Dauphin County Department of Mental Health/Autism/Developmental Programs|
|Delaware Valley Grant Makers||Delaware Valley Grantmakers builds stronger communities by increasing the impact and effectiveness of philanthropy. Our membership represents the full spectrum of grantmaking entities,including: corporations/businesses, family and independent foundations, community foundations and other grantmaking public charities, donor-advised funds, and individual donors. DVG membership includes over 150 members representing more than 700 individual staff and trustees.||Philadelphia||DELAWARE VALLEY GRANT MAKERS||Delaware Valley Grant Makers|
|Dover Area Community Library and Friends of the Dover Area Community Library||Reader's services
Children's services, preschool storytime, summer reading club
Books on tape and cd's
The Friends of the Dover Area Community Library provides financial support for the Dover Area Community Library. Fundraising events include annual yard & book sale and membership drive. Please, ask for the Wanda Gosnell, President of the Friends of the Library for more information. There is a membership fee to join.||York||York County Library System||York County Library System|
|Epilepsy Foundation Eastern Pennsylvania||Voluntary health organization that provides education, support and advocacy for people with epilepsy and their families.
Programs and services include:
- Informational materials
- Medical, legal and mental health referrals
- Adult resource services
- Workshops and conferences
- Children and family services
- Support groups
- Community education
- Lending book and video library
- Personal and legislative advocacy
- Teen and pre-teen camp
- Special events
- Annual spring education conference
- Young Adult Retreat||Philadelphia||Epilepsy Foundation Eastern Pennsylvania||Epilepsy Foundation Eastern Pennsylvania|
|First Hand Foundation||Assists individual children with health-related needs when insurance and other financial resources have been exhausted. The foundation helps with clinical necessities (such as medication and surgical expenses), medical equipment and travel related to a child's care. The foundation also works with doctors, hospitals and equipment providers to discount their services.
||First Hand Foundation||First Hand Foundation|
|Foundation Center||Collects, organizes, analyzes, and disseminates information on foundations, corporate giving, and related subjects. Offers publications and training about foundations.||Foundation Center||Foundation Center |
|Fox & Roach Charities||Addresses the needs of children and families in stressful life circumstances.||Chester||FOX & ROACH CHARITIES||Fox and Roach Charities|
|Fund to Benefit Children and Youth||Provides abused, neglected and at-risk children with items and services they cannot receive from traditional sources. Items and services may include furniture, clothing, funds to attend a summer camp or purchase supplies, health needs, etc.||Lehigh||Fund to Benefit Children and Youth||Fund To Benefit Children and Youth|
|Golden Slipper Camp||Youth summer camp with two four-week encampments offering a memorable camping experience for scholarship recipients. Camp is located in Monroe County.||Monroe||Golden Slipper Camp||Golden Slipper Club and Charities|
|Grant Making Services-AllOne Foundation and Charities||Grant making services are used to help sustain local and regional, non-profit organizations, whose initiatives help to address some of Northeastern and North Central Pennsylvania’s most pressing health challenges. Grants
generally range from $5,000 to $25,000. There are two grant cycles per calendar year. The application process begins by submitting a ;etter of interest. Grants are considered for solution-based and evidence-based programs in health care, human services, health education and disease prevention.
||Luzerne||AllOne Charities||AllOne Foundation and Charities|
|Guthrie Memorial Library - Hanover's Public Library and Friends of the Guthrie Memorial Library||Reader's services
Children's services, including story time-teen library
Summer reading clubs for children, teens, adults
Photocopiers, public access computers, WiFi
Video, compact discs, DVD’s and playaways
Monthly book discussion series
Meeting rooms available for use by public
Pennsylvania room including pa and local history and genealogical services
Friends of the Guthrie Memorial Library provides financial support for the Hanover area community library. Fundraising events include annual yard & book sale and membership drive. Please, ask for the Sue Frey, President of the Friends of the Library for more information. There is a membership fee to join.
||York||York County Library System||York County Library System|
|Health Care Access||Services available: Dental and vision care for all ages utilizing a network of providers. Vision care for all ages-utilizing a network of local providers. Emergency ortopedic care, free mammogram program and help with medications. Assistance in accessing Patient Assistance Programs via the drug companies.||Chester||HEALTH CARE ACCESS||Health Care Access |
|Junior League Harrisburg Inc. - Community Council/Allocations/Resource Panel||Acts as a clearinghouse for volunteers and coordinates all Junior League of Harrisburg, Inc. funding and expenditures to the community for eligible projects, programs and services with the primary focus on women and children issues.||Cumberland||Junior League Harrisburg Inc.||Junior League Harrisburg Inc.|
|Kaltreider-Benfer Library and Friends of the Kaltreider-Benfer Library||Reader's services
Video and audio cassettes
Friends of the Kaltreider-Benfer Library provides financial support for the Red Lion area community library. Fundraising events include annual yard & book sale and membership drive. Please, ask for the Linda Meyers, President of the Friends of the Library for more information. There is a membership fee to join.||York||York County Library System||York County Library System|
|Kidney Foundation of Central PA||Services include:
- Educational programs, seminars, and materials on kidney disease for patients, caregivers, and health professionals
- Patient and Family Partner Program: Trains and certifies volunteers who have experienced kidney failure themselves, or who have been part of the support team for a loved one with kidney failure, to serve as mentors and provide support to patients and caregivers
- Fundraising for patient-focused programs and health screenings
- Limited financial assistance to dialysis patients in need
- Discounted medical ID jewelry for kidney patients
- Promotion of organ donor awareness programs, especially living organ donor awareness
- Renal Resource Center: Provides literature on kidney disease and prevention to interested persons
- Navigation services available for those impacted by kidney disease
- Speakers available
- Helps provide financing for Camp Kydnie, a special overnight camp designed especially for children ages 6 to 18 with kidney disease and their siblings and friends
- Participates in dialysis patient transportation reimbursement program through the PA Department of Health.
||Dauphin||Kidney Foundation of Central PA||Kidney Foundation of Central PA|
|Kreutz Creek Valley Library Center and Friends of the Kreutz Creek Valley Library Center||Reference services
Children's services including summer reading club, preschool storytimes, babies and toddlers storytimes
Fax services - send
DVDs, books on CD
Large print books
Knitting and crocheting group
Cookbook discussion group
Friends of the Kreutz Creek Valley Library Center provides financial support for the Hellam area community library. Fundraising events include annual yard & book sale and membership drive. Please, ask for the Sue Zenow, President of the Friends of the Library for more information. There is a membership fee to join.||York||York County Library System||York County Library System|
|Lancaster Osteopathic Health Foundation||A public foundation committed to improving the public health and well-being in Lancaster County by focusing on two intersecting goals: strengthening the capacity of the healthcare professional community and improving children's behavioral health services.
The Foundation is committed to finding practical solutions that make information concerning children's mental health services accessible and improve access to services. The foundation provides nursing scholarships and sponsors Continuing Medical Education Credits (CME's) in an effort to support the local medical community.||Lancaster||Lancaster Osteopathic Health Foundation||Lancaster Osteopathic Health Foundation|
|Light the Night||LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY FUNDRAISING||Dauphin||Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS)||Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS)|
|Lycoming County United Way - Donation and Volunteer Opportunities||Provides opportunites for donating to local nonprofit organizations plus volunteering one's time.
The United Way does not provide direct services or funding to individuals. Rather, it provides funding to other agencies that run direct-serice programs.
||Lycoming||Lycoming County United Way - Donation and Volunteer Opportunities||Lycoming County United Way|
|Man & Woman of the Year||LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY FUNDRAISING||Dauphin||Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS)||Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS)|
|Mason-Dixon Public Library and Friends of the Mason-Dixon Public Library||Readers' services
Video and audio cassettes
Quiet reading room
Large print books
Friends of the Mason-Dixon Library System provide financial support for the Stewartstown area community library. Fundraising events include annual yard & book sale and membership drive. Please, ask for the Jan Virsack, President of the Friends of the Library for more information. There is a membership fee to join.||York||York County Library System||York County Library System|
|National Clearinghouse on Families and Youth||An information resource of the Family and Youth Services Bureau within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. It helps current and prospective FYSB grantees and anyone else who works with at-risk youth and families to realize their goals, better serve their communities and improve the lives of young people and their families.
||National Clearinghouse on Families and Youth||National Clearinghouse on Families and Youth|
|National Hemophilia Foundation - Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter||Supports medical research and provides financial assistance, education, family programming, and advocacy at the state and federal level to benefit local patients with hemophilia and von Willebrand disease.||National Hemophilia Foundation - Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter||National Hemophilia Foundation - Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter|
|Operation Our Town Charity/Foundation/Funding Organization||A partnership led by businesses to fight drugs and violent crime in Central PA.||Blair||Operation Our Town||Operation Our Town|
|Paul Smith Library of Southern York County and Friends of Paul Smith Library of Southern York County||Adult library services-fiction, non-fiction, biographies, large print, audio books (CDs), periodicals and newspapers
Young adult library services-fiction, non-fiction, audio books (CDs), periodicals
Children's library services-board books, picture books, easy readers, fiction, non-fiction, biographies, audio books (CDs), periodicals
Book discussion groups and other adult programming
Story times and other children's programming
Summer reading club for all ages
Public computers with free internet access
Library volunteer opportunities-library volunteers, board of directors, friends of the Southern York County Library, garden club, advocacy and special events.
Friends of the Paul Smith Library of Southern York County provide financial support for the Shrewsbury area community library. Fundraising events include annual yard & book sale and membership drive. Please, ask for the Tom Healy, President of the Friends of the Library for more information. There is a membership fee to join.||York||York County Library System||York County Library System|
|Phoenixville Community Health Foundation - Phoenixville Incentive For Endowment||Phoenixville Incentive for Endowment PIE is an initiative of the Phoenixville Community Health Foundation. PIE addresses the long-term fiscal health and sustainability of non-profit organizations within the greater Phoenixville area.||Chester||PHOENIXVILLE COMMUNITY HEALTH FOUNDATION||Phoenixville Community Health Foundation|
|Red Land Community Library and Friends of the Red Land Community Library||Reader's services
Children's services (summer reading club, pre-school story times, etc.)
Books on CDs
Friends of the Red Land Community Library provide financial support for the Etters, Lewisberry and Newberry area community library. Fundraising events include annual yard & book sale and membership drive. Please, ask for the Douglass Ross, President of the Friends of the Library, for more information. There is a membership fee to join.
||York||York County Library System||York County Library System|
|Respond With Love||Provide products and services to people truly in need. Respond with Love accepts donations for a number of products and services.||Montgomery||RESPOND WITH LOVE||Respond with Love|
|Ressler Mill Foundation||Not currently accepting grant applications at this time
The Ressler Mill Foundation makes funds available to nonprofit organizations that have an educational program to offer. The program encourages support of learning by all ages, from preschoolers to senior citizens.
"Education" may take very broad forms, including preschool education, daycare for children of employed low income parents, essay contests, science fairs, library funding, museum support, and health education. Diverse experiences for the learners will be considered, along with more formal study.||Lancaster||Ressler Mill Foundation||Ressler Mill Foundation|
|Schuylkill United Way||Working with the local community, the Schuylkill United Way raises and distributes funds to 15 partner human service agencies in Schuylkill County.||Schuylkill||Schuylkill United Way||Schuylkill United Way|
|Scleroderma Foundation||- Support: Help patients and their families cope with scleroderma through mutual support programs, peer counseling, physician referrals, and educational information.
- Education: Promote public awareness and education through patient and health professional seminars, literature, and publicity campaigns.
- Research: Stimulate and support research to improve treatment and ultimately find the cause of and cure for scleroderma and related diseases.
||Scleroderma Foundation||Scleroderma Foundation|
|Scleroderma Foundation - Delaware Valley Chapter||Helps patients and their families cope with Scleroderma through mutual support programs, peer counseling, physician referrals, and educational information.||Scleroderma Foundation Delaware Valley Chapter||Scleroderma Foundation|
|Small Steps in Speech Foundation - Donations||Small Steps In Speech is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established to help children with speech and language disorders. It is a means to help fund the progress towards a child's speech and language goals through this grant. Our goal is to give children the chance to better express themselves in the world in which we live. With your help through generous donations, you can change the life of not only a child but also their family.
The Foundation was created in honor of SSG Marc Small. It is intended that the Foundation will initially focus on helping children who have speech and/or language disorders. The Board of Directors will review and provide grants or aid to such organizations and/or individuals as it sees fit. The foundation shall be operated exclusively for charitable, and/or educational purposes by making contributions to qualifying charitable organizations or for charitable purposes as permitted by law.||*Main Site (Small Steps in Speech)||Small Steps in Speech|
|Speech/Language Disorders - Grants||The Foundation was created in honor of SSG Marc Small. It is intended that the Foundation will initially focus on helping children who have speech and/or language disorders. The Board of Directors will review and provide grants or aid to such organizations as it sees fit. The foundation shall be operated exclusively for charitable, and/or educational purposes by making contributions to qualifying charitable organizations or for charitable purposes as permitted by law.
Applications are reviewed and awards are granted through quarterly meetings of the Board of Directors of Small Steps in Speech. Awarded grants are sent to third party professional service providers after completion of a contract for services on behalf of the child.||*Main Site (Small Steps in Speech)||Small Steps in Speech|
|Tyrone Hospital Charities/ Foundations/ Funding Organizations||Non-profit organization receives charitable donations and conducts various fund raising activities to benefit Tyrone Hospital.||Blair||Tyrone Hospital Foundation||Tyrone Hospital|
|United Way of Berks County||United Way focuses on tackling the community's key issues and working toward solutions in the areas of education, income, health and safety net services. They work through raising and distributing funds to support a vital network of health and human services in Berks County. They also operate special programs and initiatives and serve as the Berks County clearinghouse for volunteering.||Berks||United Way of Berks County||United Way of Berks County|
|United Way of Blair County Impact Grant and Program Funding||Provide monetary support in the form of impact grants to non-profit Human Service agencies for programs that address identified Blair County needs.||Blair||United Way of Blair County||United Way of Blair County|
|United Way of Delaware, Inc.||UNITED WAY OF DELAWARE, INC.||United Way of Delaware|
|United Way of Lancaster County||For over 90 years United Way of Lancaster County has helped make change happen across Lancaster County by providing opportunities for community members to give, advocate, and volunteer. United Way’s Community Impact Fund focuses donor investments that address the underlying causes of the County’s most serious problems and work to achieve four bold goals. By 2025, United Way is marshalling resources so that (1) Every child will enter kindergarten ready to learn, (2) All adults will have the necessary post-secondary credentials they need to get a good job, (3) We have decreased poverty by 50%, and (4) Everyone has access to a doctor, dentist, and mental health professional. In addition to offering a 2-1-1 information and referral service, a volunteer center, and free tax preparation services for low income workers, United Way fosters collaborations between nonprofit organizations, healthcare providers, schools, faith-based groups, businesses, and government. United Way and its supporters create lasting change in Lancaster County, achieving results that no single organization or sector could accomplish alone.||Lancaster||United Way of Lancaster County||United Way of Lancaster County|
|United Way of Lebanon County||Convenes diverse partners, raises funds, and supports programs and organizations that address critical community needs in the areas of Health, Education, Income, and Basic Needs.||Lebanon||United Way of Lebanon County||United Way of Lebanon County|
|United Way of Pennsylvania||Assists and champions the efforts of local United Ways in advancing the common good.||Dauphin||United Way of Pennsylvania||United Way of Pennsylvania|
|United Way of Southern Chester County||Conducts Fall fundraising campaign for the support of approved health and human services, allocates the funds raised, and communicates clearly about its priorities, objectives and accomplishments to broaden and strengthen community support and understanding. Area of service and solicitation: Southern Chester County. We act as a major information and referral service for residents of southern Chester County.||Chester||UNITED WAY OF SOUTHERN CHESTER COUNTY||United Way of Southern Chester County|
|United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley||Working with the local business community, United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley raises and distributes funds to 89 programs at 54 human service agencies throughout the Lehigh Valley. Its goals are to ensure that children are born healthy and enter school ready to learn; that children and youth have the support they need to succeed in school and graduate; that older adults remain in their homes and are able to lead full lives; and that neighborhoods are safe places to live and work.
||Lehigh||United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley||United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley|
|United Way of Washington County||Convenes diverse partners, raises funds and supports programs and organizations that address critical community needs.
||Washington||United Way of Washington County||United Way of Washington County|
|United Way of York County||Coordinates a fund distribution process which reflects the interests of contributors and funds programs of member agencies.
Works together with other organizations and individuals to identify programs which positively impact health and human care problems in York County.
Single community-wide campaign to raise funds for health and human care programs.
||York||United Way of York County||United Way of York County|
|Vickie's Angel Foundation||Vickie's Angel Foundation provides a temporary financial bridge for families fighting cancer.
If you are undergoing cancer treatment and can’t work and that has caused financial hardship, we can help with non-medical expenses. There is an application and evaluation process and the application can be found on our website.||Cumberland||Vickie’s Angel Foundation||Vickie’s Angel Foundation|
|Village Library and Friends of the Village Library||Readers' services
Children's services (story times, summer reading club, etc.)
Books on CD
Book discussion groups
Music on CD
Friends of the Village Library provide financial support for the Jacobus, Leaders Heights and Loganville area community library. Fundraising events include annual yard & book sale and membership drive. Please, ask for the Barry Attig, President of the Friends of the Library for more information. There is a membership fee to join.||York||York County Library System||York County Library System|
|Volunteers That Care||Fundraising and volunteer organization supporting cancer patients and their families.||Potter||Volunteers That Care||Volunteers That Care|