HealthSpark Foundation (formerly the North Penn Community Health Foundation) has created a new strategic plan that will be in effect until 2018. The strategic Plan focuses its grants to support community organizations actively working to overcome systemic barriers of access to clinical and supportive services in areas of health care, housing and food security.
HealthSpark Foundation identifies, selects and invests in programs and agencies that will improve the health, welfare and quality of life of the community. HealthSpark Foundation seeks to address selected health and human service problems and needs in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. It will continue to focus on the three areas of primary interest:
- Food security/Nutrition
The foundation embraces a population health framework and approach to its work in Montgomery County. The foundation will make its investments to reduce health disparities affecting particularly those experiencing poverty. With its continued focus on enhancing access to safe and affordable housing, improving food security and proper nutrition, and enhancing access to quality health care and supportive services, the foundation’s work is designed to improve the overall health and wellbeing of Montgomery County residents.
The foundation will provide funding for systems change through the following funds:
Grants Awarded Since 2002
Number of Grants: 690
Number of Organizations: 178
Total Amount: $12.6 million
The foundation is particularly interested in promoting innovative and sustainable initiatives that will improve the overall quality and availability of health and human services in our community.
For more information visit: http://healthspark.org/
Be sure to visit HealthSpark at 2506 N. Broad St., Suite 206 Colmar, PA 18915 to see some custom framed images of how they have already helped the community and to see how you can become involved.
Normal Hours of Operation:
Mon. – Fri. 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
2506 N. Broad St., Suite 206
Colmar, PA 18915
HealthSpark Foundation is located in Suite 206 at 2506 North Broad Street in Colmar, Pennsylvania, approximately ¼ mile from the intersection of North Broad Street and Route 309, between Cowpath Road (Route 463) and Bethlehem Pike (Route 309).