The William Penn Foundation was established since 1945 by Otto and Phoebe Haas. They are dedicated in improving the quality of life in the Greater Philadelphia region through efforts that foster rich cultural expression, strengthen children's future, and deepen connections to nature and community.
The foundation envisions an advanced dynamic and diverse region with meaningful opportunities.
Currently, the foundation is i the process of implementing a new strategiv plan that will realign the funding priorities and guide their work for the next 10 years.
The $325,000 grant that the CCD announced last Monday will cover the construction of Pulse's green section, which would follow SEPTA's ... the $4 million required to complete and maintain Pulse ever...more
The Vanguard Strong Start for Kids Program recently presented a $1.63 million grant to Drexel University's West Philadelphia Action for Early Learning initiative. In this photo, Carra Cote-Ackah,...more
BUCKS COUNTY &gt;&gt; Delaware Canal 21 and its partner, the Delaware &amp; Lehigh National Heritage Corridor, has been awarded a second round of grants totaling $180,000 by the William...more
... where the extreme right denies any communitarian purpose to schooling and the hard left assumes that every philanthropic gesture or innovation is a ... For charters, philanthropy has most often...more
Volunteers will be provided new opportunities to contribute to restoration projects, work with youth and conduct public outreach. The grant also funds the establishment of a demonstration site in...more