As Foundations Community Partnership (FCP) concludes its celebration of assisting nonprofits to help improve the lives of children, youth, and families in Bucks County for the past 15 years, the FCP Board of Directors awarded $152,500 in grants to 18 non-profit organizations, including 12 Bucks Innovation and Improvement Grants (BIIG) and 6 Capital Improvement Grants.
BIIGs 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.
“Over the past 15 years, we awarded more than 700 grants to nonprofits serving Bucks County, and the Board is thrilled to continue the tradition of support and partnering with all of the grant recipients to help make a positive difference,” said Abigail Halloran, Chair, FCP Board of Directors.
BIIGs totaling $100,000 were awarded to the following non-profit organizations:
- Aark Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center
- Bucks County Opportunity Council
- Family Service Association of Bucks County
- Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania
- Hammerheads Sled Hockey Association
- Network of Victim Assistance
- Pearl S Bucks International
- RJ Leonard Foundation
- Rolling Harvest Food Rescue
- The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania
- Worthwhile Wear
- Youth Orchestra of Bucks County
Capital Improvement Grants totaling $52,500 were awarded to the following non-profit organizations:
- Acting Naturally
- ATG Learning Academy
- BARC Developmental Services
- Bucks County Children’s Museum
- Peace Valley Holistic Center
- Potential Inc.