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                                               Grants made since 2010

            Grantee                                                                       Purpose   
412 Food Rescue To bring healthy food directly to those experiencing food insecurity
All Star Children's Foundation To execute programs and services associated with building a brighter future for children in foster care
ALSO Youth To support programming and counseling services aimed at empowering LGBTQ Youth and their allies and creating inclusive communities
At the Crossroads To support general operating budget to help homeless youth and young adults build healthy and fulfilling lives
Breakthrough To expand Student Explorations Program
Build  a Bridge To  provide support for programs offering workshops in creative arts therapy and tools for children healing and overcoming trauma
Churchill Center & School To purchase audio equipment for the performing arts area
Downtown Women's Center To support women experiencing or at risk of homelessness
Education Law Center - Pennsylvania To help ensure access to a quality public education for children of PA
Esophageal Cancer Awareness Assn, Inc. General Operating Expenses
Father's Day Rally To buy gift cards for Gun Buy Back Initiative
Florida Studio Theatre

To support subsidies to schools to participate in Write-A-Play program

Free Library of Philadelphia To support Teen Leadership Assitants to participate in LEAP (Literacy Assistance After-school Program)
Fresh Youth Initiatives

To build literacy skills for students in grades K-5 in schools with the fewest resources

Fulfillment Fund To support a college counselor for students in economically under-resource communities to get into and graduate from college
Healthy Start Coalition of Sarasota Fund 250 in-home postpartum sessions with CLC
Heart of Los Angeles to fully sponsor a teacher for an upcoming quarter
human-I-T To support *equip program providing low-income community members with refurbished computers
Interim House Music for Self-Care Program
La Cocina General support to continue to create solutions for small businesses led by low-income women of color and immigrant women entrepeneurs to have survival and growth
MANNA To support MANNA's Children's Meal Program
Montgomery County Comm College Foundation To support a team of engineering students to participate in the Shell Eco-Marathon Challenge
Move LA

General Operating support

RHD Morris House

To support the Home's expansion into new building and support members of transgender and gender non-conforming community in a drug and alcohol residential treatment program

Research Inst of Fox Chase Cancer Ctr To provide partial salary support at Greenberg Pancreatic Cancer Institute
Rock To The Future To support MusiCore after school program
Satchel's Last Resort To provide food and medical care for 20 animals
School on Wheels To promote literacy skills in younger students
Situation Project To create a hands-on experience for students to learn what it takes to put on a Broadway show
Solebury School to purchase necessary materials and plants for community garden
Sunday Love Project To support the cost of operating and expanding a no-cost grocery store for food insecure residents in Philadelphia
The Art of Elysium To fund the curriculum of Girl Talk
The Food Trust To sustain and grow programming to improve community food security across the region, especially for families with children
Thomas Jefferson University For materials and costs to design and build Park in a Truck(s) to neighborhoods in Philadelphia
UPchieve To further the mission of democratizing access to academic support and ensure that all students have equal opportunity to finish high school, attend college, and achieve upward mobility
Upper Dublin Education Foundation For North Hills Education and Recreation Program
Urban Affairs Coalition To support the ManUpPhl Program 'Listening to the Streets' for 13-17 year olds
Village of Arts & Humanities To provide programming to unique needs of Philadelphia's underserved teens
Women Resource Center of Manatee To provide WRC Wrap Services
Women's Community Revitalization Project To support a Tenant Services Program offering case management services to low-income families 
Women's Medical Fund To fund program : A Second Chance for Teens, General Operating Expenses

Grant Final Report Guidelines

Reporting Guidelines Greenfield Foundation
A final report of grant expenditure must be completed and returned to us by the due date specified in your contract - or as soon as all funds have been expended – whichever comes first. If you wish to extend the grant period, you must petition the Foundation for permission in writing before the original grant deadline to avoid a late report. An incomplete, late, or missing report may jeopardize opportunities for future funding. Please include the following information in your Final report:
1. Organization Name
2. Grant Amount
3. Brief description of grant purpose
4. Name and contact information of person administering the grant
5. Financial account detailing the expenditure of funds:
-Present in the form of your budget as shown in the original grant request, and should include income and expenses (both projected and actual) and include all associated receipts in excess of $1,000 as well as an allocation of administrative expenses applied to the grant.
Should be signed by both CEO and Board Chair
Also include audited financial statements, if available, and copy of current year 990.
6. Narrative account detailing the use of funds:
-Include a broad statement that describes what you were able to accomplish with this funding
-Describe how this grant made your organization more effective and/or efficient
-Include an assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the project and an explanation of any changes you are making or considering as a result of analyzing your outcomes
7. Publicity generated for/by your organization about this award, if applicable (newspaper clippings, newsletter articles, photos, etc.)
Completed report may be emailed to

Bob And Louise Greenfield
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