In Response to COVID-19
Brandywine Health Foundation has launched the Healthcare and Economic Relief Fund
On March 20, 2020 the Brandywine Health Foundation launched the Healthcare and Economic Relief Fund to address the immediate impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on the Greater Coatesville community.
These grants support nonprofit organizations on the frontline serving our most vulnerable communities and residents, with a particular focus on communities of color, older residents, medically frail and or uninsured, low-income earners, people experiencing homelessness, first responders and those suffering with chronic conditions.
We proudly support our grant partners as they meet the increasing needs of our community due to the coronavirus. Our grant partners make up local and regional nonprofits from health and human services, behavioral health, primary care, food, housing, education, youth serving organizations to first responders, all making life a little easier for those struggling the most. They stand on the front-lines to protect children, youth, and families.
We’ve Given Over $18.5 Million in Grants and Scholarships
This accomplishment is shared with thousands of individual donors and businesses, public and private funders, as well as our volunteers, our grantee and community partners and municipal leaders who have supported our efforts since 2001. Together, we have had a significant impact on the health and well-being of our residents in the Greater Coatesville area.
Impact on The Greater Coatesville Area
Our Mission is to advance a more equitable, resilient and healthy Greater Coatesville community.
Learn about our work at the Brandywine Health Foundation by viewing our Community Reports. If you’re already a supporter, we hope you’ll be proud of all we have accomplished together. If you’re new to our work, we hope you’ll be inspired to give and get involved so that we can continue to build on our success and vision for a thriving, inclusive and healthy community for all!