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Deepen Your Impact

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You believe in PHS’s work and want to improve our region’s health and wellness in a targeted way. Here are ways you can make a transformative difference for specific initiatives.

Harvest Giving Circle

An affinity group of donors committed to increasing access to fresh food, particularly in neighborhoods where it is needed most. Targeted support for PHS’s work with over 100 community gardens and home gardeners to address food insecurity, improve social connections, and improve health and nutrition throughout Philadelphia. Join this network of supporters in an active dialogue with restricted philanthropic investment, committed to increasing access to fresh food, particularly in neighborhoods where it is needed most.

Trees Giving Circle

A group of individuals and families who focus their philanthropy to generate the environmental, health, and economic benefits from increasing the number of trees in the region, with special focus on our lowest-canopy neighborhoods. PHS is contributing to a future where trees and their accompanying environmental and health benefits are fully integrated into every neighborhood in our region. Join this network of supporters in an active dialogue with restricted philanthropic investment, committed to funding the ongoing work of existing PHS Tree programs.

Public Gardens and Landscapes Giving Circle

A group of individuals and families providing philanthropic support and leadership guidance for PHS’s free and open-to-the-public gardens and landscapes, invested in providing environmentally friendly and horticulturally excellent green spaces for all. Studies show that “cleaned and greened” public spaces reduce crime, improve health, increase the economic prosperity of neighborhoods, and build community cohesion. Join this network of supporters in an active dialogue with restricted philanthropic investment committed to continuing the design and care of all PHS public gardens and landscapes, as well as future interactive educational garden programs.

To learn more, contact our Chief Development Officer, Nancy Finn
phone
215.988.8873