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.
Community organizations also being honored as Founders are: Berks County Community Foundation, Berks County Medical Society, Penn State Health-St Joseph's, Tower Health (Reading Hospital), United Way...more
From 2007 to 2009 Mrs. Miller was the Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Outreach Project for the Berks County Community Foundation and has returned to the Berks County Community Foundation as a...more
As part of ongoing plans to attract tourists, Boyertown is hoping to provide a walking, biking and running trail called Hidden Valley Trail in the Boyertown area connecting to neighboring Montgomery...more
In a 2016 Visioning &amp; Strategic Planning process held by the railroad, the Berks County Redevelopment Authority, Building a Better Boyertown, and the Berks County Community Foundation, the...more
The company also received a $15,000 grant from the Berks County Community Foundation's Met-Ed Sustainable Energy Fund in 2003 to conduct a feasibility study. It also received a $40,000 loan from...more
Reading, PA – The Youth Advisory Board for Youth Volunteer Corps (YVC), Reading, led by VOiCEup Berks, is hosting an art exhibit during the month of February, culminating in a public reception on...more
'Vision of Hope' art exhibit reception at Berks County Community Foundation in Reading ... A public reception Sunday at the Berks County Community Foundation helped cap off a monthlong exhibit by...more
"It really should be seen as unacceptable," said Kevin Murphy, President of the Berks County Community Foundation. "They are treating Berks County like a political pinata. It's time...more