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what is a community
Community Foundation provides a means to build a substantial amount of
money over time from the contributions of people of significant wealth
and modest means, and to use the income from these funds, in the form of
grants, to meet the community’s charitable needs now and into the
future. The Community Foundation has three unique features:
Local expertise - Personalized service -
The Chester County Community Foundation connects people who care
with the causes that matter, so their philanthropy makes a difference
now and forever.
1994, the Community Foundation has actively partnered with donors
who believe that positive change occurs through effective charitable
giving. Today, we manage more than 350 charitable funds started by
individuals, families, businesses and nonprofit organizations. Together,
these funds represent ordinary people who have made extraordinary
commitments to our community.
Ben franklin legacy society...
Ben Franklin Legacy Society recognizes all those who have notified the
Chester County Community Foundation that they have included any fund of
the Community Foundation in their will or other deferred giving plan.
The Society derives its name from the
Benjamin Franklin Trust which Ben himself set up in the 1790's, to be
distributed 200 years after his death. Two centuries later in
1996, Chester County Community Foundation's first planned gift was a
portion of this original trust.
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Mon.,March 23, 4:30-8:30
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Our new annual report is
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Learning Circles Announced!
Andre J. Dupuis
4th Annual Beef & Beer
Saturday Feb 21
Adolescent Awareness Foundation
Cocktail Party Event
Wednesday April 22, 2015
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Saturday, October 18, 2014
Nonprofit Resource Expo
June 17, 2014
Thanks for joining us
June 1, 2014 Sweetwater Farm
Philanthropy: A Short Education
Watch this short video to
understand more about
Write a Grant Proposal"
It is easier than you think! A
tax-deductible fund or foundation can be established in a single