General operating support to provide comprehensive, quality hospice care to terminally ill men, women and children, with special regard for the medically/financially indigent. Program support for Medical Nutrition Therapy for People with Life-Threatening Illnesses. Housing and social services for homeless men. • Homeless Shelters (support for programming serving homeless will be considered, general operating support for shelters will not) To learn more visit www.i-fha.org. offers transitional housing, supportive services, counseling and linkages to health care for single mothers and their infant children who are low-income and at-risk for homelessness. to provide families in crisis with emergency shelter, transitional housing and comprehensive supportive services to help break the cycle of homelessness. For more information on their programming, visit: http://www.collegesettlement.org Foundation changed its name to Green Tree Community Health Foundation in 2009. SeniorLAW Center - $7,500  For more information visit: https://www.i-fha.org, JRA assembles, packs and provides in-person delivery of  food assistance boxes to families across our community. Chestnut Hills Meals on Wheels: $5,000  Northwest Philadelphia Interfaith Hospitality Network: $7,500 Face to Face $20,000 • Playgrounds General operating support to provide continued programming to women in transition, using cycling to improve physical and mental/emotional health. to be used to connect individuals with nutrition education and food assistance services including SNAP, food pantries and summer meal sites. Additionally, the Foundation looks for opportunities to develop initiatives where it can fund and provide needed services directly. to provide food distribution, nutrition education and hunger relief advocacy. Program support for Medical Nutrition Therapy for People with Life-Threatening Illnesses. Inter-Faith Housing Alliance: $7,500  The Foundation does so by identifying areas of vulnerability and partnering with organizations whose work addresses these needs. Chestnut Hill Center for Enrichment - $2,500  to provide families in crisis with emergency shelter, transitional housing and comprehensive supportive services to help break the cycle of homelessness. For more information visit: in support of distributing fresh produce boxes at school district sites, directly to homes, and to local organizations. Blind Relief Fund: $3,000  Established in 2005, Green Tree Community Health Foundation, a not-for-profit public charity, is a community health advocate, whose purpose is to improve the health of Northwest Philadelphia and Eastern Montgomery County. Why Not Prosper - $4,000 to support a multidisciplinary team approach for forensic interviews of children during child abuse investigations and interventions. For more information, visit www.mazzonicenter.org, Philadelphia Food Access Collaborative – $10,000  For crisis hotline counseling, shelter and comprehensive support services for victims of domestic violence. eastern Montgomery County. in support of programming that provides services to child victims of sexual abuse and assault. Checks may be written to the UW-Green Bay Foundation, and mailed to: UW-Green Bay Foundation, 2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay, WI 54311-7001. Starfinder - $5,000 Your input is essential to this process and will help inform where the organization will focus for the coming years. to support their crisis health center for homeless youth. Dedicate a tree today! Each is being helped by grants made by the Foundation to agencies in the communities serving the elderly, families without adequate access to healthy environments, the uninsured, and the vulnerable. For more information visit: https://www.kencrest.org/. Why Not Prosper: $4,000 Last year we served over 70,000 individuals in … For more information visit: Visiting Nurses Association of Philadelphia- $5,000. Foundations-Educational, Philanthropic, Research. to provide free legal assistance and access to justice to elders residing in northwest Philadelphia and to provide a 40 week music therapy program for children living at their medically-fragile residential program in Chestnut Hill. To learn more visit www.cradlestocrayons.org/, Face to Face Germantown $20,000  Green Tree Community Health Foundation was pleased to make grants to the following community organizations in February of 2013: The Green Tree Community Health Foundation, a local nonprofit working to improve the health of our community, announced that Mt. For more information visit: http://www.foodmoxie.org, Support Center for Child Advocates - $10,000, to provide pro-bono legal representation and other services for victims of child abuse and neglect. to promote healing and justice for sexually abused children in Philadelphia. Preparation and distribution of medically-appropriate meals to those with life-threatening illnesses. Airy, Germantown and surrounding areas. Child, Home and Community, Inc. :$6,500 General operating support to provide comprehensive, quality in-home and hospice care to terminally ill men, women and children, with special regard for the medically/financially indigent. in support of the Meals on Wheels program. © 2018 by Green Tree Community Health Foundation. Airy  Bring people together to plant trees and landscapes that create a healthy, sustainable environment. Green Communities Canada is proud to host this page for OHCC as a celebration of almost three decades of accomplishment. For more information visit: https://maternitycarecoalition.org/. Popular COVID-19 content. to provide pro-bono legal representation and other services for victims of child abuse and neglect. Services include telephone support groups, counseling to home bound seniors & caregivers, and support groups for low-income older women. To provide a variety of service to support older, low-income women, including telephone and in-person support groups and a GranFamily Resource Center to support grandparents raising at-risk grandchildren. To learn more, visit http://laurel-house.org, Maternity Care Coalition - $20,000  To provide clinical and educational breastfeeding services by board certified lactation consultants to families in need, support groups and educational programming to health care professionals. To learn more, please visit: www.sccalaw.org, strives to teach healthy eating habits that promote social-emotional learning and sustainability practices. For more information, visit http://sharedprosperityphila.org, SeniorLAW Center - $7,500  to support the life-saving social services and nutrition assistance to vulnerable older adults. 19144 - Germantown Our mental health and addiction counselors are known for their excellence in therapy outcomes, caring and joyful nature, and leadership in therapy approaches. To learn more visit www.centerinthepark.org, Chestnut Hill Center for Enrichment - $2,500  This … Most Popular. Green Tree Community Health Foundation was pleased to make grants to the following community organizations in May of 2016: Center in the Park - $30,000 General operating support to provide food distribution, nutrition education and hunger relief advocacy in Philadelphia. For more information visit: Montgomery County Senior Adult Activities Center- $5,000. They and hundreds more like them are all members of the community served by Green Tree Community Health Foundation. For a student in a health related field to serve in a local nonprofit for the summer. Supportive Older Women's Network: $5,000  To learn more, visit https://www.covenanthouse.org/homeless-youth-programs/healthcare, Food Moxie - $15,000  Environmentalism or environmental rights is a broad philosophy, ideology, and social movement regarding concerns for environmental protection and improvement of the health of the environment, particularly as the measure for this health seeks to incorporate the impact of changes to the environment on humans, animals, plants and non-living matter. WILL HAVE A BETTER LOOK AT THE MAPS COMING UP. CLOSED NOW. • Brief history of your organization To learn more visit, African Family Health Organization - $12,000, Philadelphia Interfaith Housing Network $15,000, Chestnut Hill Center for Enrichment - $2,500, Weaver's Way Community Programs - $10,000, Philadelphia Interfaith Hospitality Network $15,000, Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia - $15,000, Philadelphia Food Access Collaborative – $10,000, Weaver’s Way Community Programs – $15,000, Anti-Violence Partnership of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Interfaith Hospitality Network, Chestnut Hill Center for Enrichment - $2,500. Greentree Community Health. To learn more about their services, visit www.keystonecare.com, SHARE Food Program, Inc. - $10,000  To learn more, visit www.starfinderfoundation.org. KenCrest Centers $2,400  Green Tree Real Estate Market Health. MANNA - $15,000  Amongst living things, the green tree only gives by being the source for food and cooling agent on the back drop of the global warming and climate change. Green Tree Community Health Foundation was pleased to make grants to the following community organizations in May of 2013: African Family Health Organization: $7,500. The Green Tree Foundation was created with the ethos of giving and expecting nothing in return, just as a green tree does before, during and after its life. • Endowment or debt reduction Amongst living things, the green tree only gives by being the source for food and cooling agent on the back drop of the global warming and climate change. >> NOW TO "GROW IT GREEN. Little Brothers, Friends of the Elderly: $5,000  Sunday Suppers - $5,000  To learn more, please visit: to provide supplies of nutritious food to 52 neighborhood food cupboards serving Northwest Philadelphia. Provides essential items to homeless or low-income children ages 0-12. For more information on their array of services, please visit: http://www.foodmoxie.org, for medically-appropriate meals to those with life-threatening illnesses. • Capital campaigns Support Center for Child Advocates - $10,000  Build a healthy organization which makes a significant, quantifiable, and observable impact on green spaces and trees in our communities. to provide medically-appropriate meals and nutrition education for individuals battling life-threatening illnesses. Fluoride varnish program in six Head Start centers in eastern Montgomery County. For more information visit:  https://breastfeedingresourcecenter.org/. Through ongoing … To learn more, visit, to support services to primarily low-income older adults and low-income, traumatized children who are being raised by their grandparents. For more information visit: http://montcosaac.com/. In public health research there is no universally used definition of green public open space. For more information visit: http://thefoodtrust.org, for the monthly dinner program- serving prepared dinners and food donation distribution from local businesses  to neighbors in need. To learn more visit www.dragonflyforest.org, Gearing Up - $10,000  To learn more visit www.sharefoodprogram.org. • Proprietary enterprises • Budget - organizational and program (if necessary) Chestnut Hill Tower Health. Green Tree Community Health Foundation was pleased to make grants to the following community organizations in April of 2020: JRA assembles, packs and provides in-person delivery of  food assistance boxes to families across our community. to provide home healthcare and hospice services for low income and indigent patients. Green Tree Community Health Foundation. to improve the lives of older Pennsylvanians and protect their rights through legal representation, education, and advocacy. to support the Aging and Disabilities Unit in providing legal representation to low-income older adults. For more information visit: http://www.foodmoxie.org. To provide direct primary health care through Ginny Coombs Children's Health Clinic to uninsured and underinsured children. The Green Fund Executing Unit of the Ministry of Planning and Development, was established to provide financial assistance to eligible community groups and organizations for activities related to: reforestation, remediation, environmental education and public awareness of environmental issues and conservation of the environment. MANNA - $25,000 to pair volunteer adult running mentors with students to train for a half marathon while providing physical, academic and leadership-based activities. to provide women in transition a supportive environment while improving physical and mental health. For more information on the program, visit http://weaversway.coop/pages/our-nonprofit, Women's Medical Fund - $33,414 for their nurse-managed health center in Germantown, providing free health promotion, wellness, and disease management services. Green Tree Community Health Foundation was pleased to make grants to the following community organizations in September of 2018: Center for Grieving Children - $10,000 The Foundation, located in Chestnut Hill, is a nonprofit public charity striving for a positive impact on … for the Supper program- serving meals to community members in need. Leader Development; Educational Experiences; Guidestone University; Get Involved. For more information, visit www.northlightcommunitycenter.org. Airy resident Bethany Flood, would be their new executive director upon retirement of their longtime President/CEO, Susan M. Hansen. To provide financial assistance and telephone support/casework to low-income women seeking access to safe, legal abortions. For a list of grant recipients before 2013, please click here. AVP is expanding the program to MLK High School. General operating support to provide continued programming to women in transition, using cycling to improve physical and mental/emotional health. The GreenTree Foundation leading with purpose to influence the lives of those who demonstrate leadership competencies through life coaching and counseling. to provide domestic violence workshops for formerly incarcerated women in the Germantown area. To learn more, visit www.jewishrelief.org. Green Tree Community Health Foundation February 2013 – July 2015 2 years 6 months. To learn more about the programs they offer, please visit: www.phillyasap.org Youth Service, Inc.: $5,000  transforming the lives of students through running and mentorship. To learn more visit http://whynotprosper.wix.com/whynotprosper. Dignity Housing - $10,000  Green Tree Community Health Foundation is a Pennsylvania Domestic Fictitious Name filed on September 19, 2008. North Light Community Center: $7,500 Proudly created with, https://www.northlightcommunitycenter.org/, https://www.covenanthouse.org/homeless-youth-programs/healthcare, www.depaulusa.org/our-programs/philadelphia-pa, http://whynotprosper.wix.com/whynotprosper, www.starfinderfoundation.org/programs/summer-programs, http://stmartinec.org/community_engagement/supper, http://starfinderfoundation.org/programs/summer-programs/, http://www.depaulusa.org/our-programs/philadelphia-pa, http://weaversway.coop/pages/our-nonprofit, http://www.lasalle.edu/snhs/centers-and-clinics/neighborhood-nursing-center/, www.lasalle.edu/snhs/centers-and-clinics/neighborhood-nursing-center. to provide families in crisis with emergency shelter, transitional housing and comprehensive supportive services to help break the cycle of homelessness. To learn more visit www.whynotprosper.org. For more information: https://upliftphilly.org/. to support services to primarily low-income older adults and low-income, traumatized children who are being raised by their grandparents.

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