2021 Board of Trustees Grants

Board of Trustees 2021 Grants

 
In 2021, Fox & Roach/Trident Charities disbursed nearly $562,000 to area nonprofits.

The recipient organizations listed below were awarded Board of Trustees grants totaling $198,600 after meeting the Board's grant guidelines as 501(c)(3) nonprofits offering programs consistent with our mission and impacting communities in the markets where Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach/Trident is represented in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.

An additional $363,000 went to the nonprofit organizations chosen as grant recipients by our individual sales offices and departments. [VIEW HERE]

Thank you to all of our sales professionals, employees, management and friends of Fox & Roach/Trident Charities for their invaluable support and generosity to these many worthy causes in 2021.

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CharityNotes
Advocates for the Homeless and Those in Need (AHTN)Emergency shelter and needed items for families with children.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Coastal & Northern New JerseyOne-to-One community based mentoring program in Monmouth and Ocean Counties.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Lehigh ValleyContinued support of the community-based mentoring program and to implement STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) mentoring activities.
CASA for Children of Atlantic & Cape May CountiesGrant for support of court appointed advocates for children and youth living in foster care.
ClarifiContinued support for providing one-on-one housing counseling for low-to-moderate income (LMI) individuals and families in Delaware.
Community Action Committee of the Lehigh ValleyGrant for the Sixth Street Shelter that provides safe, short-term housing for families of any configuration, including those with fathers and teenaged boys, multi-generational families, and those from the LGBTQ+ community.
Covenant House New JerseyGrant to support the Food Program at the Atlantic City Crisis Center (CSC). The Crisis Center in AC provides food, emergency shelter and supportive services to homeless and at-risk youth between 18-21, including pregnant and parenting young mothers who chose to leave the streets for a better future.
Covenant House PennsylvaniaGrant towards partial support of the Rights of Passage (ROP) Housing Program parking safety updates. The Rights of Passage Housing Program (ROP), located in the Kensington section of Philadelphia, is a 20-bed longer-term residence that helps young people develop their independent living skills.
Cradles to CrayonsGrant for continued support of their “Giving Hub” expansion.
Cristo Rey Philadelphia High SchoolGrant towards partial support of The Horizons Program, a 6 week, tuition-free summer academic program in the Tioga section of North Philadelphia.
Family Connection of EastonGrant towards the Family Support & Case Management Program that builds self-sufficiency skills in parents, helping their children succeed in school through improved academics, behaviors, and attendance.
Family Promise Montco PAGrant in support of the Community Food Cupboard.
Gemma Services (Silver Springs Martin Luther School)Grant for continued support of the Residential Treatment Program (RTP) for children in need of emotional support.
Gesu SchoolGrant for Kayden's 2nd grade school year in 2021 - 2022.
Habitat for Humanity of New Castle CountyGrant for support of the Critical Home Repair Program to preserve safety and health in the home by providing cost-burdened families with critical home repairs at no cost.
HomeFront, Inc.Grant for multi-family rental housing program that provides case management for 125 low income and formerly homeless tenant-families and safe and secure housing, practical and emotional support, enrichment, educational and vocational opportunities.
Jewish Family Service of Atlantic CountyGrant for support of the Food Pantry to multiply the capacity of Food Pantry in response to the community need since the pandemic. More than 100 people come for food per day.
Laurel HouseGrant to support their new Safe Haven Center with partial support of new window treatments. The current shelter is relocating to a new emergency shelter that can house more victims of domestic violence.
Mercy CenterGrant in support of The Sisters Academy of New Jersey, a middle school for girls from economically challenged families providing an education, life skills, and the necessary tools to become confident, self-sufficient and successful in competitive high schools, colleges and universities.
Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance (MANNA)Continued support of the Dependent Children’s Meal Program, providing home-delivered, medically-tailored meals to people living with life-threatening illnesses.
Mighty WritersGrant to support their Food and Literacy Initiative: Teaches kids 3-17 to think clearly and write with clarity so they can achieve success at school, at work and in life. Program addresses and prevents learning loss for vulnerable youth in Camden, Atlantic City, and Atlantic County due to virtual learning and disengagement. Provides necessary food and grocery distribution to families in need.
MudGirls StudiosGrant for support to empower disadvantaged women through training and employment. MudGirls Studios' mission is dedicated to providing opportunities in art and entrepreneurship to economically disadvantaged and at-risk women by providing training and skills to transition out of poverty and onto a pathway of self-sufficiency.
National Liberty MuseumGrant for continued support of the Young Heroes Outreach Program (YHOP), a free program serving low-income public, charter, and parochial schools in Philadelphia and Wilmington, DE.
Natural Lands TrustGrant for support of the Powered by Nature program, an innovative environmental education and character development program that consists of field-based outdoor activities aimed at helping school children from under-resourced families.
Parkside Business & Community In PartnershipGrant in support of the Housing Counseling Program providing financial coaching to individuals with limited income to empower them to increase their economic well-being.
Peter's PlaceGrant in support of School and Youth Outreach Services, the first bereavement center to offer school based services to children in grades K-12 through a collaborative approach with schools and youth serving organizations.
Philadelphia Youth NetworkGrant for continued support of the WorkReady Summer Program through the Philly Summer Jobs Fund, serving youth ages 12-24 in Philadelphia with household incomes at or below 25% of the poverty line.
Phoenixville Area Community Services (PACS)Grant for support of the PACS' Food Security Program, serving 600-1000 clients each week with nurturing food security.
Rescue Mission of TrentonGrant for continued support of the Emergency Services Program that provides hundreds of shelter stays including a warm bed, two meals, clothing, and access to healthcare and other supportive services in a safe environment.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Philadelphia RegionGrant for the continued support of Family Services and Food Services.
Swarthmore College for Chester Children’s ChorusGrant in support of the CCC for the Summer Learning Program, a free, 6 week, full-day summer camp held at Swarthmore College for 120 at-risk children and youth from low-income households in Chester.
Urban Promise Ministries Inc.Grant for continued support of the StreetLeaders program. The StreetLeaders program provides employment for 10 teen “StreetLeaders” as a safe and empowering alternative for teens living in Camden. Teens are trained and employed to work in their after-school program and summer camps while engaging in mentoring, tutoring, and enrichment that contributes to their own development.
Youth Mentoring PartnershipGrant toward the EduGuide for mentoring kids that provides full-time, professionally trained and vetted mentors to kids grades 6th-12th mostly living in underserved communities (currently Coatesville and Philadelphia).
West End Neighborhood HouseGrant towards continued support of the Above Xpectations Track Team that provides disadvantaged young people the opportunity to compete in world class track and field competitions and prepares them for post-secondary education.