WEST CHESTER – The New Beginnings Attainable Housing Fund of the Chester County Community Foundation (CCCF) is pleased to be the recipient of a $ 2,500 grant from the Malvern Federal Charitable Foundation. The New Beginnings Attainable Housing Fund raises capital from charitable donors and then distributes it to nonprofit organizations, using grants and loans, for real estate development and rehabilitation projects that provide safe and accessible housing to people. residents of Chester County.
Established by Westminster Presbyterian Church in West Chester, the New Beginnings Attainable Housing Fund hopes to help alleviate the housing problem that persists in Chester County today. Malvern will present his donation on Sunday, September 26 at the Malvern Foundation Charity Polo Event located at the Brandywine Polo Club. The awards ceremony and event celebrate the work of the Malvern Federal Charitable Foundation. Patricia McLennan, Senior Vice President and Director of Community Development at the Bank, said: “The work of the New Beginnings Attainable Housing Fund aligns with the Bank and its Charitable Foundation’s mission to help our most vulnerable residents in the county. from Chester. We are delighted to support this important initiative to create affordable housing opportunities.
Gary Liddick expresses his gratitude for Malvern’s generous donation. “On behalf of the New Beginnings Attainable Housing Fund and our Advisory Board, I would like to express our thanks for the consideration and donation shown below. We are indeed grateful for the support of the Malvern Federal Charitable Foundation for this important initiative, and we look forward to continuing our discussions in the future on other ways to work together.
To learn more about the fund and to contribute to this important initiative, please visit New Beginnings Attainable Housing | Bring Accessible Housing to Chester County (nbahfund.com) or send a donation to New Beginnings Attainable Housing Fund c / o The Chester County Community Foundation, 28 West Market Street, West Chester, PA 19382.
About the Chester County Community Foundation
Based in the Lincoln Building in West Chester, the Chester County Community Foundation connects people who care with causes that matter so their legacy philanthropy makes a difference now and forever. The Community Foundation holds close to $ 90 million in trust and annually awards $ 4.5 million in grants and scholarships. To learn more about the Community Foundation, visit www.chescocf.org.