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Our participatory grantmaking alters the traditional process of philanthropic giving by empowering service providers and community-based organizations to define the strategy around a specific issue area or population.

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Vice President of Learning & Community Impact

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Caitlin O'Brien, MPH
Director of Learning & Community Impact

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Joe Pyle, MA
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Philanthropitch Philadelphia

On October 28th, experience a one-of-a-kind event: Philanthropitch Philadelphia! After weeks of 1:1 coaching and education, nonprofit finalists take the stage at the NMAJH Dell Theatre in a fast-pitch competition for funding. Register here. Philanthropitch awards funding at this event and audience donations are a large part of that contribution. Here’s how it works — you purchase […]

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Community Fund for Immigrant Wellness Informational Session

Join us on Friday, October 8th at 1pm to learn about the Community Fund for Immigrant Wellness and its upcoming grant cycle. During the session, organizations will learn about: Background and goals of the Community Fund for Immigrant Wellness How to apply for the Community’s Funds upcoming grant cycle Participatory approach to the Community Fund’s […]

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Housing is Mental Health Care: Policy Recommendations for Scaling Housing for Individuals with Mental Illness

Join us for our fifth Think Bigger Do Good webinar on September 29, 2021 at 12pm EST. The webinar will feature Sally Luken, MA, Founder and President of Luken Solutions and Jennifer Mathis, JD, MA, Director of Policy and Legal Advocacy at the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law. They will discuss policy recommendations for scaling housing options […]

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Enhancing the Capacity of the Mental Health and Addiction Workforce: A Framework

Join us on April 19th at 12noon EST for the fourth Think Bigger Do Good webinar featuring authors Benjamin F. Miller, Psy.D., and Anita Burgos, Ph.D. They will discuss a new framework for the mental health and addiction workforce in the United States. The proposed framework includes three shifts that need to take place at the […]

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Policy Meets Practice Informational Session

Aligning policy and practice is critical to drive needed systems changes. We are offering $20,000 grant awards to align the Think Bigger Do Good Policy Series with our local grantmaking. The new grant program, Policy Meets Practice: Think Bigger Do Good Support Local, will invest in organizations that work directly with communities to address issues […]

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COVID-19, Structural Racism, and Mental Health Inequities: Policy Implications for an Emerging Syndemic

Join us for the second Think Bigger Do Good webinar featuring authors Ruth Shim, M.D., M.P.H. and Steven Starks, M.D., F.A.P.A. They will discuss the complex interaction between the COVID-19 pandemic, structural racism, and mental health inequities which have led to devastating health, economic, and social consequences. The intersection of these three conditions, presents numerous […]

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Accessing Behavioral Health Care for You and Your Loved Ones

Just as the world was preparing for a roaring 2020, COVID-19 entered our lives. When March rolled around, the nationwide shut-down turned our world upside-down. When May came, the murder of George Floyd further uncovered the depths of systemic racism.  We went from overactive but routine daily lives to a standstill, being quarantined, and witnessing […]

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Community Fund for Immigrant Wellness Virtual Summit

The Community Fund for Immigrant Wellness uses a participatory grantmaking model to support programs and organizations that work with immigrants and refugees to improve emotional wellbeing and quality of life. In 2020, the Community Fund funded three programs across the City of Philadelphia: Chinese Immigrant Family Wellness Program (a partnership of Hall Mercer and Philadelphia […]

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Wellness Strategies for Your Employees

Just as the world was preparing for a roaring 2020, COVID-19 entered our lives. When March rolled around, the nationwide shut-down turned our world upside-down. When May came, the murder of George Floyd further uncovered the depths of systemic racism.  We went from overactive but routine daily lives to a standstill, being quarantined, and witnessing […]

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