Last night during our April Membership Meeting, The Saturday Club awarded grant funding to five local organizations with aligned missions. Annual philanthropy grants were presented to Bridge Academy & Community Center, DMAX Foundation, Inglis Foundation, Girls on the Run Southeastern Suburban Pennsylvania and Radnor, A Better Chance.
The funds, which were raised by the club through community fundraisers throughout 2021 and 2022, will be used to establish and enhance programs while providing key assistance to each organization. Representatives from each organization had the opportunity to join us and give an abbreviated synopsis of their respective organizations. We excitedly anticipate welcoming them to our Clubhouse in person next club year to speak further about their organizations and the impact our funding was able to provide.
“Each year, I am inspired as I learn more about so many incredible, local, charitable organizations who dedicate their mission to supporting women, children and families throughout the Greater Philadelphia region across a multitude of causes. This year was no exception! We are honored to be a small part in aiding this year’s five grant recipients as they continue to strive towards the betterment of the populations they serve in our community.,” said The Saturday Club’s Vice President of Community Outreach and Philanthropy, Lindsay Green.
BRIDGE ACADEMY & COMMUNITY CENTER
RADNOR, A BETTER CHANCE
GIRLS ON THE RUN SOUTHEASTERN SUBURBAN PENNSYLVANIA
The Saturday Club presents grants annually in April, with applications due in January. Non-profit organizations that wish to apply for a grant should visit https://saturdayclub.org/community-service/grantprogram/ in late fall. In addition to its philanthropy work and grant program, The Saturday Club hosts events for the local community at the group’s historic clubhouse in downtown Wayne. Additional details about The Saturday Club, including information on upcoming events and membership, may be found at https://saturdayclub.org.
2022 Grant Recipients:
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