The Oxford Area Foundation's mission is to protect and restore critical natural areas and waterways for public benefit, and to educate the community to create a legacy of a healthy, sustainable environment for future generations.
In addition, the Oxford Area Foundation provides funding to non-profit organizations that offer services and programs in the Oxford, Pennsylvania, area.
The mission of the Phoenixville Community Health Foundation (PCHF) is to Advance the Health and Quality of Life of the People of the Greater Phoenixville area.
PCHF is an avid supporter of our Phoenixville Chapter of Meals on Wheels.
To learn about the many other resources and community efforts that PCHF supports, visit their website by clicking here.
People are the first concern of the Genuardi Family Foundation.
The Foundation honors the family’s legacy of giving back to the community through support of regional nonprofit organizations whose services address food access and security, homelessness prevention and housing, and job training and placement.
Meals on Wheels of Chester County is grateful for the partnership and support of the Genuardi Family Foundation.
The Leo and Peggy Pierce Family Foundation seeks to end hunger and food insecurity in the five-county Philadelphia region and Indian River County, FL.
The Foundation makes grants to support activities that address hunger and food insecurity through direct service programs and/or advocacy efforts.
MOWCC is very grateful for the funds received from The Leo and Peggy Pierce Family Foundation to purchase nutritious meals for our homebound clients in need. http://www.piercefamilyfdn.org
The Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation (PAHWF) enhances the health and wellness of area residents, providing education, funding and programs that motivate people to adopt healthy lifestyles.
PAHWF supports the Spring City Chapter of Meals on Wheels serving hot, nutritious lunches to residents living in Spring City and Pottstown areas.
Thank you GIANT Company for a grant of $10,000 during the COVID-19 crisis to assist Meals on Wheels of Chester County in serving our homebound senior population!
We are overwhelmed and grateful for the support of the GIANT Company.
We're honored to share that Meals on Wheels of Chester County has received a PHL COVID-19 Fund grant.
Through a collaboration between @PhillySJUnited, @PhiladelphiaFoundation, and
the PHL COVID-19 Fund is providing financial assistance to nonprofits like ours during the #coronavirus crisis.
Thank you to all the contributors for your support during this time.
The Mushroom Festival is an all volunteer organization whose proceeds are distributed to a wide variety of charities and organizations benefiting the residents of Kennett Square and the surrounding communities.
In 2018, the Mushroom Festival provided funds to purchase meals for 37 homebound residents of Avondale and West Grove areas.
Vanguard Hometown Grants Program provides community grants to nonprofit agencies in the communities near and around where Vanguard operates.
Funded by the Vanguard Group Foundation, the program is run by local Investment Committees made up of crew (employee) volunteers, who select and vet the giving strategies.
Vanguard Hometown Grants Program currently operates out of Vanguard’s Greater Philadelphia, Greater Charlotte, and Greater Phoenix offices.
The concept for the annual Kennett Run race originated in early 1989 when Kennett area service clubs joined together to host an event designed to accomplish three major goals:
1. Create a camaraderie among ethnically, economically, and occupationally diverse residents in the Kennett area;
2. Raise funds to promote the general well-being and civic betterment of Kennett area residents;
3. Showcase our beautiful region and draw visitors from various areas.
Kennett Run Charities is a strong supporter of our Avon Grove Chapter of Meals on Wheels which serves nutritious meals to homebound residents of Avondale and West Grove.
Pictured above: Jan-Hinrik Bauwe, presents a check for $6,000.00 from the Trustees of the Crane Fund for Widows and Children to Patrice Stilley, Communications Coordinator for Meals on Wheels .
The Crane Fund for Widows and Children is a generous Trust authorized to make grants to charitable agencies and educational institutions which provide for the welfare of needy and deserving men, women, and children.
This goal aligns with Meals on Wheels of Chester County’s mission to serve nutritious meals to homebound seniors
who struggle financially and are unable to prepare meals for themselves.
We greatly appreciate the support and partnership of the Crane Fund for Widows and Children and wish them all the best in their other endeavors.
The Newcomers Club of Central Chester County (NCCCC) is a social, civic, and charitable organization dedicated to being a resource for women who are new to the area, those experiencing a life change, and those wishing to meet new people and enjoy social and charitable activities.
The Club supports community organizations, like Meals on Wheels, through funds they raise throughout the year.
For more information about this fun, giving club, visit their website at: http://www.newcomerscenchesco.org/home
The Wawa Foundation plays a leading role in hunger relief in the communities Wawa serves.
To achieve this, they support programs that create food access for people in need through partnership with regional suppliers, local food banks and Meals on Wheels.
Standing up in the fight against hunger drives us each and every day. Wawa’s origins as a dairy and establishment as a food retailer compel them to continue this fight…and win.
From their commitment to raising funds for local food banks, to donating product, to piloting programs to ensure food is not wasted, they will continue to fight hunger so no one in Wawa’s communities go hungry.
The W.W. Smith Charitable Trust is a private foundation established by William Wikoff Smith in 1977 to make grants in the Greater Philadelphia region to support basic needs, higher education scholarships, maritime heritage, and medical research primarily for Heart Disease, Cancer and AIDS.
Meeting the challenges of the young and elderly through the direct provision of food, clothing and shelter is the priority of this trust. It makes available basic necessities that are required to sustain life.
The Trustees are pleased to help dedicated, untiring individuals and organizations achieve their goals in making life a little better for children, their families, and the elderly.
Meals on Wheels of Chester County greatly appreciates the support of The W.W. Smith Charitable Trust.
Coatesville volunteers needed once or twice a month Monday - Friday (no week-ends). Pick up meals at Harrison House at 10:30 and deliver meals to homebound seniors. Please call: 610-430-8500. So no senior goes hungry.