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PCHF is hiring an Office Manager part time position

Filed in news by on December 18, 2023
PCHF is hiring an Office Manager part time position

 

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In remembrance of Charles M. Henry, Jr, beloved Board Member

Filed in news by on November 29, 2023
In remembrance of Charles M. Henry, Jr, beloved Board Member

PCHF is eternally grateful for the 16 years of service to the foundation’s mission. We are saddened to share the unexpected passing of Charles. He was a larger than life person that adored his wife, children, grandchildren, extended family, and friends. He also was called into service to his community time and time again. He […]

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November is National

Filed in news by on November 2, 2023
November is National

  Learn more about the Nanticoke-Lenape tribes: https://nanticoke-lenape.info/history.htm Article from the Library of Congress. What started at the turn of the century as an effort to gain a day of recognition for the significant contributions the first Americans made to the establishment and growth of the U.S., has resulted in a whole month being designated […]

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National Hispanic Heritage Month 2023

Filed in news by on September 12, 2023
National Hispanic Heritage Month 2023

Viviann Schorle and Phoenixville Community Health Foundation are proud to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month by sponsoring “Encanto” in both English and Español on Saturday, September 16, 2023, at The Colonial Theatre. Several showing on this day! Viviann Schorle y PCHF se enorgullecen de celebrar el Mes Nacional de la Herencia Hispana patrocinando Encanto tanto […]

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2023 Scholarship Recipients

Filed in news by on May 9, 2023
2023 Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations to our 2023 PCHF Scholarship Recipients! Thank you to the PCHF’s Board Scholarship Committee for your work in selecting our new recipients. Each of these students exemplifies rigorous academic study, involvement in their school community, and volunteerism. We wish them the best as they continue on their path to excellence. Sarah Grabowy, a senior […]

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PCHF Grant updates for 2023

Filed in news by on April 17, 2023
PCHF Grant updates for 2023

Beginning with the 2023 annual grant cycle, we will make the following changes to our grantmaking. Annual Grant Cycle Organizations that apply for a grant under our strategic goal related to mental health and substance abuse services will need to attest that those services are researched-backed and delivered or overseen by someone with a clinical license […]

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Women’s History Month 2023

Filed in news by on March 2, 2023
Women’s History Month 2023

  This year’s theme of “Celebrating women who tell stories” is an opportunity to listen to the diverse voices in our community. Every story is important and teaches us how to understand differences. Let’s continue to offer space, and respect to all voices that make this community stronger. Women’s History Month is a celebration of […]

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2023 Black History Month- How will you celebrate and reflect?

Filed in news by on February 1, 2023
2023 Black History Month- How will you celebrate and reflect?

  Each year the Association for the study of African American Life and History,(ASALH), chooses the theme for Black History Month. The theme for 2023- Black Resistance When Carter G. Woodson established Negro History week in 1926, he realized the importance of providing a theme to focus the attention of the public. The intention has […]

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PCHF 2021-2022 Annual Report

Filed in news by on December 28, 2022
PCHF 2021-2022 Annual Report

               

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Announcing the 2022-2023 Grants Awarded

Filed in news by on November 11, 2022
Announcing the 2022-2023 Grants Awarded

In September, we awarded more than $1.4 million in grants to 44 nonprofit organizations that provide health and human services to the greater Phoenixville community. These organizations represent a wide range of services and populations served. Our grantees include nonprofits that provide housing, food and emergency assistance, counseling and mental health supports, youth enrichment programs, […]

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