Local & Regional Grantmakers

1675 Foundation

The 1675 Foundation, one of the Ware Family Foundations, is dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals and families through the support of non-profit organizations working in the areas of health, human services, education, the environment, and history.

  • Phone: 610-896-3868
  • Priorities: General operating support; special projects; endowments;capital campaigns
  • Typical Gift Range: $2,000 - $50,000
  • Funding Deadlines: March 1 and October 1
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AmerisourceBergen Foundation

The AmerisourceBergen Foundation is an independent not-for-profit charitable giving organization established by the AmerisourceBergen Corporation to support health-related causes that enrich the global community.

We are committed to providing communities across the country with the resources they need to combat the epidemic of opioid misuse.

Safe Disposal Support Program

This program provides organizations with access to drug deactivation resources that enable community members to dispose of unused or expired prescription drugs in a safe and effective manner.

Opioid Resource Grant Program

The AmerisourceBergen Foundation is committed to providing resources and funding to address the opioid misuse epidemic by supporting projects that focus on safe disposal, prevention education and/or innovative solutions.

  • Phone: 610-727-7000
  • Priorities: Safe disposal management programs, opioid prevention education, pilot programs
  • Typical Gift Range: 50,000-75,000
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Armstrong Foundation

As the giving arm of Armstrong World Industries, the Armstrong Foundation seeks to enhance the communities in which they work.Today the AWI Foundation’s strategy is primarily focused on making a positive difference in lives of people where they live, work, learn, heal and play.

  • Phone: 717-396-5536 | Fax: 717-396-6055
  • Priorities: Quality of Life in Communities
  • Typical Gift Range: $350 - $50,000
  • Funding Deadlines: July 1
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CarpenterCARES

Carpenter Technology is committed to good corporate citizenship. We are proud to provide financial support and encourage employee volunteerism that benefits the communities in which we live, work and play.

Our Carpenter Technology Cares program allows us to maximize our efforts. Corporate giving has been a longstanding part of who we are, and this program helps us make an even greater impact in terms of both financial donations and employee volunteerism.

All requests for financial donations from Carpenter Technology must be submitted online through the Carpenter Technology Cares program – coming soon.

Requestors will receive electronic updates throughout the process and may visit anytime to check the status of their request. The recipient organization(s) must be a recognized 501(c)(3). Donations to religious organizations, political committees and groups or causes that go against Our Core Values will not be approved.

  • Phone: 610-208-2000
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Clarence Schock Foundation

This scholarship is funded as a living memorial to Clarence Schock, a man of high principle and a generous philanthropist who was deeply committed to the well-being of the people in his community. Since 1951, scholarships have been awarded to especially deserving students who are in need of financial aid in order to attend college and who live in the Clarence Schock Heartland.

  • Phone: 717-492-1966 | Fax: 717-492-1993
  • Priorities: Students attending Cheyney, Kutztown, Millersville, Shippensburg and West Chester Universities
  • Typical Gift Range: $6,000 given over 4 years of college
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Directory

The Nonprofit Resource Network (NRN) provides this short list of grant makers located in the South Central PA Region. Our purpose is to provide a quick glimpse of what you need to know before approaching these organizations for funding: 1) Funding Priorities; 2) Application Deadlines and 3) Typical Gift Range. Clicking on any one of our entries will take you directly to that grant maker’s website.

Disclaimer

The NRN does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, natural origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, age or disabled status in any of our programs or activities.

Thus, though we include all grant makers that meet our posting criteria, we do not endorse or assume responsibility/liability for the any of their funding policies.

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