Open Position: Program Officer

Filed in news by on July 29, 2020

The Phoenixville Community Health Foundation ( seeks a self-starter to become its Program Officer. The Foundation aims to improve the health and quality of life for people in the greater Phoenixville region by increasing access to quality healthcare services and promoting healthy communities through grantmaking and collaboration with health, civic, business, and community partners. As […]

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2020 Spring-Summer Newsletter

Filed in news by on July 28, 2020

Read the our latest Spring-Summer newsletter to learn the latest PCHF News. Luce Talk Covid-19 Pandemic :Impact & Lessons Learned Greater Phoenixville Healthcare Scholarship Grant & Program Updates & Changes Board of Directors

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PCHF Celebrates Lynn Pike Hartman on Her Retirement

Filed in news, slider by on July 17, 2020

After a lifetime of service in the nonprofits sector, including more than 15 years serving nonprofits and the community in the greater Phoenixville area, Vice President of Programs Lynn Hartman will retire as of September 1, 2020. The Phoenixville Community Health Foundation (PCHF) celebrates her accomplishments and legacy. Lynn’s contributions to the evolution of the […]

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2020-21 Annual Grant Cycle – Opening Postponed

Filed in grants, news by on April 3, 2020

Updated information available: Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Phoenixville Community Health Foundation has decided to delay the opening of our grant process, originally announced for April 15, 2020. The situation is fluid and the Foundation is watching closely in order to determine how it should best support the community. We will be in […]

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PCHF Closed

Filed in local resources, news by on March 16, 2020

The Foundation Office is closed in keeping with the Governor’s Health Emergency Guidelines. All programs and activities are cancelled and will be rescheduled Staff is working remotely and will respond to phone messages and email Contact Information 610-917-9890, please leave a message Staff emails can be found at: Other Resources’s site) Phoenixville Business […]

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2020 Winter Newsletter

Filed in news by on February 6, 2020

Read the our latest Winter Newsletter to learn t he latest PCHF News. 2019 Champions 2020 Census By-Laws Summit Report PCHF News Board Burnout?

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Apply for the Community Health Leadership Academy

Filed in initiatives, news by on December 17, 2019

The goals of the Academy are to identify, train and empower Phoenixville regional citizens for leadership roles that promote our community’s health and advance the quality of life. DEADLINE: February 17, 2020 Dates: Tuesday’s from March 31 — June 2, 2019 Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Location: 821 Gay Street, Phoenixville Topics Include: Diversity, Planning, […]

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Save the Date

Filed in grants, news by on December 10, 2019

We will be holding a Grantee Forum on Wednesday, March 11th, 2020 beginning at 9am. This forum will cover grant procedures guidelines. All current and prospective grantees are encouraged to attend. Details to follow…

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2019 Champions of the Community

Filed in awards, initiatives, news by on December 3, 2019

Phoenixville Community Health Foundation Acknowledges  the Champions of the Community Phoenixville: Stop a minute and look around you…every community has someone who goes above and beyond when it comes to giving of their time and helping others. Maybe it is a co-worker, a neighbor, a friend, or even a relative. Maybe they are older and […]

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Grant Summary 2019

Filed in awards, grants, news by on December 1, 2019

PCHF recently announced their grant summary for the year HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICE FUND: $1,303,000 Ensuring equitable access to high quality and affordable health and human services for all residents in the greater Phoenixville region. HOUSING & PUBLIC SAFETY FUND: $138,000 Improving the availability of healthy, safe and affordable housing opportunities for low-income, vulnerable populations. […]

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