We appreciate the energy and enthusiasm that our long-term partners and our new grantees bring to our region, and the work they do every day to support our community. It’s easy to apply for a grant, and we’ve provided checklists and guidelines to help you put together a successful grant application. We look forward to hearing your creative ideas for promoting good health in the TriCounty area.
Who We Help
Frequently Asked Questions
We serve nonprofit organizations with a tax-exempt status in good standing with the IRS which strive to promote priorities that are in line with our mission. The Foundation does not give grants or loans to individuals.
Yes. The Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation service area is defined by a 10-mile radius around Pottstown. However, your organization does not need to be located in our area—it only needs to serve people in our service area.
- Alumni Activities
- Debt Reduction or Loans
- Disease-Related Charities
- Endowment Contributions
- Individual Medical Bills
- Political Campaigning
- Lobbying Activities
Grant applications are accepted twice a year. Submissions can be made through our online grants portal.
A: Grant applications are accepted twice a year. Our grantmaking cycles can be reviewed here.
Please submit your application at the next open cycle. Any applications received outside of the window to submit will not be reviewed. For requests of a critical nature, please reach out to email@example.com.
Our core grantmaking pillars are Developing Youth Potential and Promoting Equitable Health and Wellness. Read more about the program areas categorized under these pillars here.
Visit this page for resources about our Results Framework.
Reach out to our grants manager at firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
Visit this page to learn more about how to determine whether you need a variance, and how to request a variance.
You may reapply if you are up to date on your reporting requirements. Please refer to your grant award letter or reach out to email@example.com if you are unsure of your reporting schedule.
How We Approach Grantmaking
We want to encourage your ideas, projects and passion. We love creative solutions for long-term health improvements and especially commend innovation and collaboration. If you are already a grantee organization, consider trying something new. Add to existing ideas or change some aspects of projects.
Around the Community
See the positive changes taking place in the Tri-County area.