Corporate and Foundation Donors
Organizations who have given grants or sponsorships of $25,000+
FFA has provided a grant in support of Ralston My Way to recruit, retain, and develop quality workers, by offering development and training opportunities for employees. FFA is a private foundation whose mission is collaborating to seek innovative, sustainable solutions, grounded in Friends’ values, for older adults and their families.
The PHL COVID-19 Fund has awarded a grant to Ralston Center in support of unexpected costs associated with continuing to offer home care and other essential services to seniors in Northwest Philadelphia, while maintaining the highest quality health and safety standards, amidst the COVID-19 Crisis. A collaboration established between the City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Foundation and United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey
(UWGPSNJ) the PHL COVID-19 Fund aims to aid nonprofits working to respond to the impact the pandemic is having throughout the Greater Philadelphia Region.
Organizations who have given grants or sponsorships $10,000-$24,999
The Connelly Foundation
The Connelly Foundation has provided a grant in support of Ralston My Way. The mission of the Connelly Foundation is to create access for those in need and opportunity for those with vision.
The East Mt. Airy Neighbors (EMAN) Community Fund
The EMAN Community Fund has awarded a grant in support of Ralston My Way’s Low-Income Home Repair Program for older adults in East Mount Airy. EMAN is committed to making a good community better though partnerships, problem-solving, and promoting projects and public improvements that encourage positive community development.
The Gordon Charter Foundation
The Gordon Charter Foundation has provided general mission support to Ralston Center, including support for Ralston My Way and Ralston Wellness. The Gordon Charter Foundation is committed to supporting organizations that make a difference in improving the lives of people. Priorities include education, health and human services, and respectful care of the elderly and those who are disadvantaged.
Organizations who have given grants or sponsorships $5,000-$9,999
The Henrietta Tower Wurts Memorial Foundation
The Henrietta Tower Wurts Memorial Foundation has provided support for the Ralston My Way Low-Income Home Repair Program for Seniors. The Henrietta Tower Wurts Memorial is a charitable foundation formed to carry out the wishes of Henrietta Tower Wurts, who passed away in 1933. It supports programs in which a modest grant can play a significant part and which have meaningful goals in relation to the total resources committed to them.
Philadelphia Corporation for the Aging (PCA)
PCA has provided a sponsorship in support of Ralston Wellness: Education Programs for Older Adults. The Mission of PCA is to improve the quality of life for older Philadelphians and those with disabilities and to assist them in achieving the greatest possible levels of health, independence and productivity.
Organizations who have given grants or sponsorships $1,000-$4,999
Bright & Christella Erichson Charitable Trust
The GIANT Company
T. Rowe Price
Tait Weller & Baker, LLP
Univest Financial Corporation
Organizations who have given grants or sponsorships up to $1,000
AR Workshop of Chestnut Hill
The Buck Family Fund
E4 Exchange, Inc
Weaver’s Way Co-op