Recent Events

16th Annual Garden Party

Posted on June 27, 2018

Over 500 Gather at the 16th Anniversary Garden Party to support the Coatesville Community
This year’s 16th Annual Garden Party “An Evening in the French Quarter” was a night to remember!  With over 500 guests gathering at Springbank Farm to share in fabulous food, lively jazz, and decadent desserts. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our gracious hosts, Jennifer and Bob McNeil for welcoming…

2018 Strawberry Festival

Posted on June 9, 2018

2018 Strawberry Festival

Thank you to our generous supporters, volunteers, vendors, guests, and partners for your support!  We look forward to seeing you again next year!

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How YOU can communicate with kids
Create a calm atmosphere
Cope with stress

Youth Mental Health First Aid is for everyone!  Click here to learn more and to register.

“I loved it! I am a young person and so many of us are hurting.  I hope this will help me help others.”
~ YMHFA Student Participant


What’s Next for Healthcare?

Posted on February 14, 2018

Maternal and Child Health Consortium of Chester County is hosting:  Health Insurance Panel Discussion on Thursday, March 1st.

Panelists from PA Health Access Network (PHAN), Pennsylvania Law Project, Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), and local Federally Qualified Health Centers will address changes and uncertainty within the healthcare landscape.  Topics include updates on the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Medicaid, CHIP, and the impact of recent changes…

Creating A Culture of Health

Posted on March 19, 2018

Thank you for joining us at the Culture of Health Community Forum.
We appreciate your time, energy, engaging discussion, and questions.  We hope to keep the conversation moving forward and welcome your input in the coming months.
Here are the slides from our keynote speaker, Giridhar Mallya, MD, MSHP, Senior Policy Officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Creating a Culture of Health Presentation
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Coatesville, PA:  On Wednesday, June 14th, fourteen teens chosen to participate in the Coatesville Area Youth Philanthropy Program (CAYPP), awarded two area non-profit organizations to support critical LGBTQ programs in the Coatesville area. The following organization each received a $7,500 grant:

 Planned Parenthood of Southeastern PA ~ Program: The Space to be Proud, Open, & Together (SPOT) Program for LGBTQ Youth in Chester County…

This year’s 15th Annual Garden Party “Moonlight in Morocco” was a night to remember with over 500 guests in attendance, fabulous food, decadent desserts and a spectacular fireworks display over Springbank Farm.  Longtime foundation supporters Bob and Jennifer McNeil, who hosted the first Garden Party for the Brandywine Health Foundation in the spring of 2003, continued the tradition of welcoming guests to their beautiful…

2017 Garden Party

Posted on February 14, 2017 by Jill Whitcomb

Join us for this very special evening as we celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the Garden Party and kick off the Strawberry Festival presented by KeyBank and PECO.
“Moonlight in Morocco”
Wednesday May 24, 2017 ~ 6-9 pm
Experience the sweet, spicy flavors of Morocco and the exotic transformation of Springbank Farm, the beautiful home of Jennifer and Robert McNeil. Enjoy cocktails and a light…

2017 Strawberry Festival

Posted on March 3, 2017 by Stephanie Vargas

The 45th Annual Strawberry Festival, presented by KeyBank and PECO will be held Thursday, June 1 – Sunday, June 4 on the grounds of Brandywine Hospital.  This exciting community event brings you carnival rides, games, a delicious array of food, shopping, fireworks, live music, and more!

Become a sponsor of this event by contacting Stephanie Vargas at 610-380-9080 x105 or online here.  Sponsors of…

Strawberry Festival Celebrates Sweet Success

Posted on June 8, 2016 by Vista.Today

The Brandywine Health Foundation celebrated 15 years of giving back to the greater Coatesville community with a record breaking 2016 Strawberry Festival.

The fun-filled event returned to the grounds of Brandywine Hospital for its 44th year, providing four entertaining and relaxing days for the thousands of visitors.

Six-hundred volunteers supported by the 200 sponsors and 25 committee members welcomed more than 25,000…