Grants & Community Impact Awards
CFGP Granting Process
Attention all grant prospects: CFGP's granting process is changing!
Our staff is hard at work updating our granting policies and procedures. Please check back soon for updates to our application, guidelines and more.
In the meantime, visit our CFGP Grant Frequently Asked Questions page.
Our Mother of Sorrows/St. Ignatius of Loyola School was awarded an $8,000 grant for the purchase of laptops to replace their desktop computers in the Student Computer Lab.Learn more
CFGP awarded $2,000 to the Montgomery County Family Service Center in support of a newly-established nutrition education program. The program, called Martha's Choice "Shop n' Chop," will be conducted through the Center's on-site food pantry, Martha's Choice Marketplace.Learn more
CFGP visited our friends at the Augustinian Defenders of the Rights of the Poor (ADROP) to award them a $2,750 grant that will assist them with their Student Enrichment Program that is run in conjunction with St. Anthony of Padua Parish School in South Philadelphia.Learn more
Holy Cross Regional Catholic School provides an environment where both students and their families share a pride for their education.Learn more
The Philadelphia Archdiocesan Historical Research Center (PAHRC) has been awarded a $4,180 grant from The Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia to assist them in the purchase of a new microfilm reader printer.Learn more
Supporting Services for Veteran Families Program strives to reduce veteran homelessness by providing shelter for veterans and their families. SSVFP was awarded a $5,000 grant for a private shower and changing area at their facility.Learn more
Community Impact Awards
CFGP’s Community Impact Awards identify charitable organizations in the Greater Philadelphia area that require immediate financial assistance. Community Impact Award's are chosen by CFGP staff members and do not have a formal application or granting process.
Below is a list of our most recent Community Impact Awards.
St. Katherine Day School was the first day school for special needs students in the country and is one of the four Catholic Schools of Special Education in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. St. Katherine's provides individualized special education in a Catholic environment for children and young adults with developmental delays or cognitive disabilities. The school serves students aged four and a half to 21 years old.Learn more
De La Salle Vocational, part of St. Gabriel's System, is a treatment program providing services for delinquent youth to assist their reform and help them to become responsible and productive members of the community. CFGP's $500 Community Impact Award will help purchase a new TV screen for their on-site Career Center. The screen displays current job postings for students and is also used during class time to project lesson plans.Learn more
Operating Base Cecilia, a facility run in partnership by the Veteran Multi-Service Center and Catholic Social Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, received a $500 Community Impact Award from CFGP for assistance with operations at their Coatesville location.Learn more
The Earth Center is one of the many sponsored works of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Philadelphia. Residing on the campus of Chestnut Hill College, the Earth Center exists to promote the importance of life in all forms, and to dedicate time and effort to preserving our environment.Learn more
The Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia presented a Community Impact Award to St. Ignatius Nursing and Rehab Center. St. Ignatius, a care center located in West Philadelphia, received this award to assist them with general operating funds.Learn more
The Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia presented a $500 Community Impact Award to St. Lucy Day School for Children with Visual Impairments/Archbishop Ryan Academy for the Deaf.Learn more
The Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia visited the Augustinian Defenders of the Rights of the Poor (ADROP) to present them with a $500 Community Impact Award.Learn more
The Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia paid a visit to our friends at St. Edmond’s Home for Children, a truly inspiring facility. St. Edmond’s, located in Bryn Mawr, received a $500 Community Impact Award from CFGP to support their summer program, Camp Rainbow.Learn more
The Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia issued their most recent Community Impact Award to Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School. This $500 award will be used for improvements of the school's classrooms as they prepare to expand over the next academic year.Learn more