From the AIDS Fund website: “AIDS Fund produces a variety of fundraising and awareness programs throughout the year, including AIDS Walk Philly, AIDS Run Philly, GayBINGO, Black-Tie GayBINGO, World AIDS Day, and Workplace Giving Campaigns. AIDS Fund provides emergency financial assistance to people living with HIV disease and organizations providing HIV services in the Greater Philadelphia region, while providing education and increasing public awareness of HIV/AIDS issues. AIDS Fund is also the Philadelphia affiliate of The Names Project, curating panels of The AIDS Memorial Quilt for a local audience. The Annual AIDS Walk/Run Philly takes place on the third Sunday in October.”
Bread & Roses Community Fund
From the Bread & Roses website: "Bread & Roses Community Fund believes in change, not charity. We organize donors at all levels to support community-based groups in building movements for racial equity and economic opportunity. We support movements and their leaders through fundraising, grantmaking, capacity building, and convening. We believe that a better world is possible. For 40 years Bread & Roses has inspired people to take collective action and create real change in their communities, the Philadelphia region, and beyond. We raise money through donations of all sizes and make grants using a democratic, community-led decision-making process. Our grants go to local groups working for good schools, fewer prisons, better jobs, a safe environment, quality health care, and more."
United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey
From the United Way website: “United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey has, for nearly a century, responded to the needs of our local community while simultaneously addressing the root causes of key issues. We do this by inspiring and uniting the power of individuals, the business community, and the public and nonprofit sectors around common goals. Together, we’re able to drive real community impact in our neighborhoods, our communities, and our region. Together, we’re working to ensure that every individual and family is able to achieve educational success, financial stability and good health.”
From the WOMEN'S WAY website: “Each year, WOMEN’S WAY supports vital agencies through strategic grantmaking while also advocating for policies that positively impact the lives of more than 200,000 women and their families. In addition, we conduct public education campaigns to promote better understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing women and their families.”