Cultivating philanthropy, transforming community

We are excited to announce that The Foundation for Delaware County’s second competitive grantmaking cycle is underway. The Request for Proposals, is available on our website, and includes a description of the foundation’s grantmaking priorities, the types of grants available and instructions for using our application portal.

As a community foundation, we use our knowledge of community needs to help philanthropic donors support the causes important to them. The causes they support are wide ranging – everything from health to human service needs to providing funds for the arts and improving the environment.

This video provides a quick overview of a community foundation from the donor’s perspective.

The Foundation for Delaware County has deep expertise in the nonprofit landscape, and an understanding of our community’s unique needs. Join us in moving Delaware County forward. There are many opportunities available for you to fulfill your philanthropic goals outlined in our new planned giving brochure.

Thomas “Wolfie” Wolfarth was a dedicated paramedic and flight medic from Havertown, who died at the age of 42 in 2009 after a long battle with brain cancer. The Wolfie Fund was established by his friends and family to provide support for training and education of Delaware County’s first responders.

During The Foundation for Delaware County’s first year, the Wolfie Fund supported a grant to the Delaware County Board of Fire and Life Safety to purchase equipment for the new Thomas Wolfarth EMS Pediatric Simulation Center at Delaware County’s Public Safety Training Center.

Support the Wolfie Fund (select “Thomas Wolfarth EMS Training Fund” in gift designation) or allow us to be your partner by setting up a donor fund.

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