The Regional Foundation Center at the Free Library of Philadelphia informs the local nonprofit sector through research, resources, and workshops. The RFC houses Philadelphia’s largest publicly accessible collection of print and electronic resources on fundraising, nonprofit management, general philanthropy, and institutional advancement. The RFC also provides free access to the Foundation Directory Online—the most comprehensive database of U.S. grantmakers and their grants. Through its comprehensive collection and professionally certified staff librarians, the RFC promotes responsible nonprofit management and successful fundraising by nonprofit groups at all levels—from grassroots startups to established institutions.
Compass provides highly personalized strategic consulting projects to nonprofits by recruiting, training, and supporting teams of volunteer business professionals. Our consulting projects help our clients address key strategic challenges and opportunities. For more information, review our Nonprofit FAQs(link is external).
Catchafire strengthens the social good sector by matching professionals who want to donate their time with nonprofits who need their skills. Please let the Patricia Kind Family Foundation know if you are utilizing them.
Securing the Roots is a 6-month fellowship to expand the fundraising capacity for community-based organizations in and around Philadelphia with budgets up to $1 million.
Foundation Maps is Foundation Center’s premier data visualization tool and the easiest way to see who is funding what and where. Foundation Maps helps funders and nonprofits access the knowledge they need to make strategic decisions and strengthen their impact.
Learn more about Foundation Maps(link is external).
View a map(link is external) specific to the Patricia Kind Family Foundation.
GrantHub is an intuitive grants management solution specifically designed to increase your efficiency and increase the funding success of nonprofits.
Updating your GuideStar Nonprofit Profile ensures that prospective donors and funders will find the accurate, timely information about your organization. Your information will be seen by the 7 million users who visit GuideStar each year and millions more who visit the 190 charitable applications and websites that are powered by GuideStar.
Generocity is a local social impact news and events group with a mission of building better communities through smarter impact. We do this through news, events and services. The focus of our reporting and convening is on how nonprofit, social enterprise and other mission groups can maximize their impact. Our audience are funders and leaders of mission organizations who care about maximizing impact.
The program, which focuses on School District of Philadelphia and charter school students, will connect student households with internet service, laptops and provide digital skills training and support.
Information and updates about COVID-19 in Philadelphia
- American Society on Aging: A national membership organization for professionals working in aging.
- Justice on Aging: A national legal advocacy nonprofit that fights senior poverty through law.
- Urban Affairs Coalition: A Philadelphia-based nonprofit provider and connector that improve opportunities for low-income households, working-families, and community businesses.
- Circle of Friends (for English, click on translate button in top right-hand corner)
- Twitter: @JanssonAnu; Finnish Association for the Welfare of Older people
- Gateway Geriatric Education Center
- SAGEConnect, volunteers matched with LGBT older adult for weekly calls: