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Foundations Community Partnership Board Awards Nearly $170,000 to Local Nonprofits

Wednesday, June 26, 2024

Doylestown, PA (June 26, 2024) – At the conclusion of its fiscal year, Foundations Community Partnership (FCP) Board of Directors awarded $169,200 in grants to 24 non-profit organizations, including 15 Bucks Innovation and Improvement Grants (BIIG), seven Capital Improvement Grants, and two Nonprofit Growth Grants (NGG). Collectively, these organizations will help address the behavioral health and human service needs of 10,911 Bucks County residents.

BIIG grants recognize innovative programs and ideas to improve the lives of children, youth, and families in Bucks County, while Capital Improvement Grants support structural improvements to facilities, renovations, durable equipment, and technology upgrades. NGG grants intend to strengthen a nonprofit’s operations by offering support for professional and organizational development efforts. 

“Since 2007, we awarded nearly $8 million to nonprofits serving Bucks County, and the Board is thrilled to continue the tradition of support and partnering with all of the grant recipients in support of their mission,” said Tracy Pasternak Willis, Chair, FCP Board of Directors.

BIIGs totaling $106,500 were awarded to the following nonprofits:

Capital Improvement Grants totaling $54,500 were awarded to the following nonprofits:

A Nonprofit Growth Grant was also awarded to the James A. Michener Art Museum to train staff, docents, and volunteers to support its Art for All Program which engages adults with moderate stage dementia, as well as the Montgomery Theater to support its strategic planning process, focusing on developing program diversity and expanding accessibility offerings.