Berks County Community Foundation helps people find the best way to make charitable gifts to support their community.
Established in 1994, the Community Foundation is a public benefit, tax exempt, 501(c)(3) corporation overseen by a volunteer Board of Directors who set the strategic goals of the organization. They facilitate the progress toward these goals by staying alert for opportunities to improve the quality of life in Berks County and assist in identifying ways the philanthropic sector can contribute.
The Berks County Community Foundation's latest Consider It discussion tackles the topic of Right-to-Work, labor unions, workers' rights and the American Economy. This forum is moderated by Karen...more
One was a $23,200 grant from the Building Industries Exchange of Reading through the Berks County Community Foundation in October, which funded one of the museum's most extensive renovations. The...more
She worked with Berks County Community Foundation's Jumpstart Incubator to develop a business plan, then settled on a location visible from State Hill Road. She worked with a designer to turn the...more
The grant covers provision of workshops at Diakon senior living communities in Berks, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lehigh, Mifflin and Union counties. Developed for those ages 50 and older, the program is...more
Chapters receive the Ten Star Award for performing specific activities designed to increase professionalism within fundraising and public awareness of the importance of philanthropy. Only one-third...more
Deibler is part of the Brush Up on Oral Health! campaign convened by the Berks County Community Foundation to improve oral health in Berks County, following a four-year effort among area dentists,...more