Our Donee List for 2019
Academy of Natural Sciences
1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia  PA  19103
From their website: "Founded in 1812, the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University is a leading natural history museum dedicated to advancing research, education, and public engagement in biodiversity and environmental science."
ACLU of Pennsylvania
PO Box 60173
Philadelphia  PA  19102
The Austelle Foundation supports the work of the ACLU of Pennsylvania in the area of immigrants' rights.
Bethany Christian Services
610 Old York Road
Suite 220
Jenkintown  PA  19046
Bethany staff provide close support for the first three to six months after a refugee arrives in the U.S. by collaborating with volunteers, churches, schools, and service providers to ensure refugees thrive in America. We prepare housing, provide case management, offer cultural orientation, and assist with school enrollment.

Delaware Riverkeeper Network
925 Canal Street, Suite 3701
Bristol  PA  19007
From their website: "As a watershed wide advocacy program, Delaware Riverkeeper Network takes a strong stance on regional and local issues that threaten water quality and the ecosystems of the Delaware River and its watershed. In fact, Delaware Riverkeeper Network is the only advocacy organization working throughout the entire Delaware River Watershed."
1952 E. Allegheny Avenue
Philadelphia  PA  19134
Impact provides housing for over 200 formerly homeless veterans and for veteran families. Impact uses a “housing first” model to ensure that veterans in need get assistance putting themselves on a path to self-sufficiency.
1420 16th Street, NW, Suite 400
Washington  DC  20036
From their website: "KARAMAH, Muslim Women Lawyers for Human Rights, is a nonprofit organization committed to promoting human rights globally, especially gender equity, religious freedom and civil rights in the United States. It pursues its mission through education, legal outreach and advocacy."
Lower Merion Conservancy
1301 Rose Glen Road
Gladwyne  PA  19035
The Lower Merion Conservancy protects and enhances our community’s character and quality of life, recognizing that the sustainable management of our environmental and historic resources is inextricably intertwined with both conservation and change. The Conservancy advocates for policies, programs, and projects that support its vision for the community and builds an informed constituency that can actively support this vision

Operation Home and Healing
4025 Chestnut Street, First Floor
Philadelphia  PA  19104
Operation Home and Healing provides counseling, educational programs for active service members, veterans and their families, and training for clinicians and clergy. Specially-trained therapists work with veterans and their loved ones to help heal the invisible wounds on their relationships. Individual, couples, and family counseling services are offered to veterans and families in need regardless of ability to pay. OHH is a program of the Council for Relationships.
Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture
PO Box 419
Milheim  PA  16854
PASA works to build a more economically-just, environmentally-regenerative, and community-focused food system through education and research that directly supports farmers.
Vets Multi-Service Center
213-217 North 4th Street
Philadelphia  PA  19106
From their website: "Veterans Multi-Service Center (VMC) exists solely to “serve those who served” this great nation, our Veterans. We are the only non-profit agency in the Philadelphia and surrounding areas that provides a comprehensive resource center available to all Veterans in need."
Independence Mall West
Philadelphia  PA  19106
From their website: "Greater Philadelphia's leading public media provider, serving southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and all of Delaware for more than 50 years. We take pride in bringing our audience news when it needs it, entertainment when it wants it and education when it counts — on television, radio and the Web and in the community."