Grantee Highlights

The Genuardi Family Foundation is privileged to partner with many regional organizations whose direct services aid the most vulnerable, and support the development of healthy individuals, families and communities.

We proudly present a small sampling of our 2017 grantees:


ACLAMO Family Centers, serving Montgomery County at its locations in Norristown and Pottstown, provides social, educational, health and employment services for the low-income Latino community.  Funding will provide general operating support for their Family Literacy program, Connections to Health program, and a Case Management program.


Community Volunteers in Medicine, located in Chester County, provides comprehensive/continuous medical and dental care to thousands of uninsured patients.  Funding will support free preventative and restorative dental care for uninsured children in Chester County.


St. Edmond’s Home for Children, located in Rosemont, is an intermediate care facility for children with intellectual and physical disabilities.  They offer a broad spectrum of medical/nursing and therapeutic services to assist each child in achieving their greatest intellectual, physical and social potential.  
Funding will support general operating costs for multiple services including nursing care, speech/hearing/language therapy, music therapy, and social services.


Women’s Center of Montgomery County, located in Elkins Park, focuses on eliminating domestic violence and other forms of abuse.  Funding will support services that include intervention, prevention and empowerment methodologies, all aimed at helping to stabilize individuals in crisis and assisting them in exploring options to help restore them to safety and stability.


Interfaith Hospitality Network of the Main Line, located in Norristown, is a network of area congregations, including hundreds of volunteers, providing temporary shelter for homeless families.  Funding will support their case management, life skills workshops, education classes, job readiness skills, computer training and counseling, with a goal of helping participants obtain and remain in stable housing.


Mission Kids, Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County serves the increasing number of Montgomery County’s child abuse victims by coordinating investigations with a multi-disciplinary team including the District Attorney’s Office, local police departments, and the Office of Children and Youth.  Funding will support their continued work to serve and heal over 500 child victims of abuse annually.