Bucks nonprofits awarded $160 in grants
Seventeen Bucks County nonrofit organizations have received at total of $160,000 in grants from Foundations Community Partnership.
The grant program is is part of Foundations’ mission to improve the lives of youth and their families in Bucks County.
The grants included $100,000 in Bucks Innovation and Improvement Grants (BIIG) and $60,000 in Capital Grants.
FCP’s Bucks Innovation and Improvement Grants (BIIG) were awarded to the following organizations and programs:
- The Peace Center in Langhorne
- Peace Valley Holistic Center in Chalfont
- The Central Bucks Family YMCA in Doylestown
- Network of Victims Assistance (NOVA) in Jamison
- Aldie Foundation in Doylestown
- The Kelly Ann Dolan Foundation
- The Bucks County Community College Foundation
- Centennial School District, in Warminste
- United Way of Bucks County
- The American Red Cross of Southeastern Pa.
- The NHP Foundation’s Levittown location.
Six organizations received Capital Grants from Foundations Community Partnership:
• Bucks County Association for the Blind in Newtown
• Christ’s Home for Children in Warminster
• Community Conservatory in Doylestown
• Chandler Hall Services in Newtown
• Central Bucks School District’s Academy Expansion Project in Doylestown
• Valley Youth House in Warminster
Foundations Community Partnership is a private nonprofit operating foundation that supports behavioral health education and research, provides grants for noprofit organizations, awards scholarships to Bucks County high school seniors, subsidizes service learning internships for college students and underwrites community education programs.
To learn more about Foundations and its mission visit fcpartnership.org or contact them at 267-247-5584.
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