We are excited to announce that we recently awarded 32 new grants specifically to Black-led organizations in Philadelphia. The Foundation made a concerted effort to reach out and to encourage many smaller Black-led non-profit organizations to apply for one year grants and participate in an expedited application cycle. Please click here for information on these grantees.

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The mission of the Foundation is to financially support organizations that help those struggling daily with the effects of poverty.

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2020

Grant Awards

223

Region Served

Dollars Given

$3,192,500

Patricia & Philip Kind, Jr.

Patricia van Ameringen Kind, born in 1924, was the middle child of Arnold and Hedwig van Ameringen. She was raised in South Orange, N.J. with her two siblings, Henry van Ameringen and Lily Auchincloss. She attended Kent Place School, where she was a star athlete and was voted “best personality” by her classmates. She went on to become a registered nurse at the Monmouth Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, foreshadowing a lifetime devoted to caring for others. Her first nursing job was in Philadelphia where she met the love of her life, Philip Kind, Jr.