Congratulations to our 2016 Grant Recipients: Women's Resource Center, The Supportive Older Women's Network and Fred's Footsteps

Congratulations to our 2016 Grant Recipients: Women’s Resource Center, The Supportive Older Women’s Network and Fred’s Footsteps

The Power of Philanthropy

Throughout our club’s history, philanthropy and the power of collective giving has been critical to its mission. In the recent past, through the success of the American Girl Fashion Show and the sale of our award-winning cookbooks, The Saturday Club has been able to donate almost $1 million to important causes in our community over the past two decades.

The club makes donations to worthy organizations through our Philanthropy Grant program. Applicant organizations must be a 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(4) designated non-profit organization and must support (with rare exception) our mission to benefit women, children, and families in the greater Philadelphia region. Applications are due by January 23, 2017.   For more details about our Philanthropy Grants, please click here.

The club may also award free rentals of the clubhouse for an organization to use toward a fundraising event. Organizations who would like to be considered for a free rental are encouraged to complete a Philanthropy Grant.

The following is a list of organizations who have received a Saturday Club grant or an in-kind donation of a clubhouse rental. Our American Girl Fashion Show recipients are listed separately below.

Philanthropy Grants

Note: In previous years grants were awarded twice yearly




Spring 2012

American Girl Fashion Show Recipients 2003-2011

Spring 2011

Fall 2010

Spring 2010

Fall 2009

Spring 2009

Fall 2008

  • Community Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM)
  • Friends Association for Care and Protection of Children
  • Wings for Success
  • Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation, Inc.
  • Daddy’s Spirit Moves Me Forward

Spring 2008

  • Youth Build – Philadelphia Charter School
  • Team Children
  • Stratford Friends School
  • Tredyffrin Public Library
  • Central Nursery School
  • Daughters of the British Empire

Fall 2007

  • Habitat for Humanity – Chester County
  • Upper Main Line YMCA
  • Easttown Library and Information Center
  • Children’s Village Childcare Center
  • Tredyffrin Public Library

Spring 2007

  • The Fresh Air Fund
  • Family Support Service, Inc.
  • Children’s Village Childcare Center
  • Tredyffrin and Easttown Care
  • Kyle’s Treehouse – Kyle Westphal Foundation
  • Tredyffrin Public Library
  • The Vanguard School, a Division of Valley Forge Educational Services

Fall 2006

  • Kid Smiles Dental Center
  • Center for Literacy – Learning for Life
  • White-Williams Scholars
  • Tredyffrin Public Library

Spring 2006

  • Tredyffrin Public Library
  • American Anorexia/Bulimia Association of Philadelphia
  • Silver Springs – Martin Luther School
  • Surrey Services for Seniors
  • The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • The Vanguard School

Fall 2005

  • Maternity Care Coalition
  • Open Hearth
  • Dragon Fly Forest
  • The Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County (DAP), Inc.
  • Menopause and You, Main Line Health
  • Cruisin’ Not Boozin’ Program, Main Line Health
  • Main Line Chamber of Commerce

Spring 2005

  • The Vanguard School
  • Achievability, Inc.
  • Children’s Crisis Treatment Center
  • Baker Industries
  • Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Child Life, Education and Creative Arts Therapy Program
  • Magnolia Speech School Talk, Inc.
  • AIDS Alive/Hoops for Hope

Fall 2004

  • B.U.I.L.D., Strong Foundations for Pennsylvania’s Youngest Children
  • Wayne Senior Center
  • Erin’s Fund, Pediatric Cardiac Center, Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania
  • Center for Autism
  • The Clinic
  • Girls Inc. of Greater Philadelphia and South New Jersey
  • Peter’s Place, A Center for Grieving Children and Families

Spring 2004

  • Presbyterian Children’s Village
  • Newspapers in Education, The Suburban and Wayne Times
  • CASA/Youth Advocates, Inc.
  • The Kelly Ann Dolan Memorial Fund