William Penn Foundation

Posted by on November 21, 2003

Proposals for grants from the William Penn Foundation to promote the full development of children and youths to become capable adults and productive citizens are now being accepted. Proposals may concern any of the following issues: healthy birth outcomes and early childhood health, high-quality child care and early education, strong families and safe homes, youth development, or strategies that strengthen public education and the transition to work or higher education.

More information is available on the foundation’s Web site.

Who may apply: nonprofit organizations in Philadelphia and in Bucks, Camden, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery Counties. In some instances, government agencies may be eligible if no nonprofit organization can conduct the equivalent activity.

William Penn Foundation
2 Logan Square, 11th Floor
100 North 18th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103-2702
(215) 988-1830; fax (215) 988-1823
<a href="http://www.williampennfoundation.org">http://www.williampennfoundation.org</a>

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