03/30/2010 - The Pew Charitable Trusts said Tuesday it will provide $8.8 million over the next three years to 47 Philadelphia-area organizations serving disadvantaged children, youth and their families.
The money comes from the Pew Fund for Health and Human Services, which is part of the Trusts’ Philadelphia program. The fund makes three-year grants to programs serving disadvantaged children, youth and their families; vulnerable adults; and the isolated and frail elderly, focusing on one area each year. Last year, the focus of its grant making was the elderly. Next year, it will be vulnerable adults.
Read the full article Latest Round of Pew Giving in Phila. to Focus on Disadvantaged Children on the Philadelphia Business Journal's Web site.