CCRES is unique because we strive to do more than provide high quality caring staff. We invest in all the communities we reach, supporting programs that directly benefit students and families. We are always looking for opportunities to make a difference. CCRES makes a difference in the lives of children and families by providing grants to non-profits throughout our service territory. Not only do we provide financial support, but we also contribute our time and energy. Throughout the year, you will find CCRES office and field staff participating in or leading a variety of creative, successful fundraising events.

Apply for a CCRES Grant for your community!

Applications are accepted from January through March and notifications will be sent in July. The typical funding range is $1,000 – $5,000. CCRES will consider larger requests if extenuating circumstances warrant. Matching funds, a specific dollar amount that the grantee or other outside party contributes to the project, are required. Exceptions for in-kind contributions may be considered.

  • Project/Program (Funding for specific initiative or new endeavor, not general operating support)
  • General Operating Support (Funding for the general purpose of work of an organization including personnel, administration, and other expenses for an existing program)
  • Challenge (Funder sets fundraising goal for grant seeker to reach; reward if met)
  • Capital (Funding for construction or equipment)

Funding Priorities

The CCRES Board of Directors established the

following funding priorities for CCRES grants:

• Regional Education Services

• Community Services for At-Risk Youth

• School Projects Focusing on Student Development

• School Projects Focusing on Student Achievement

Funding Restrictions

CCRES is not considering inquiries from or for:

• For-profit organizations

• Individuals

• Endowments

• Fellowships

• Lobbying

• Political Action

Download Your Application Packet Here

CCRES Grant Application Instructions

Grant Cover Page – Fillable Form

Meet Our Grant Recipients

Let our previous awardees inspire your next great ideas! These are some of the great examples of CCRES community involvement.

2022-2023 Grant Recipients List

  • A Day Away
  • Andrew L. Hicks, Jr. Foundation
  • ARC of Chester County
  • Arts Holding Hands and Hearts
  • Avon Grove School District
  • Barn at Spring Brook Farm
  • Barnstone Art for Kids
  • Bournelyf Camp
  • Boy Scouts of America CC Council
  • Boyertown Area School District
  • Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art
  • Bridge Academy & Community Center
  • Chester County Dept of Mental Health/IDD
  • Chester County Economic Development Council
  • Chester County Food Bank
  • Chester County Futures
  • Chester County Intermediate Unit
  • Chester County OIC
  • Chester County’s Children
  • Chester Upland Youth Soccer
  • Child Guidance Resource Centers
  • Coatesville Area Public Library
  • Coatesville Area School District
  • Coatesville Center for Community Health
  • Coatesville Youth Initiative
  • Communities That Care Greater Downingtown
  • Community Arts Center
  • Conestoga Christian Day School
  • Crime Victim’s Center of Chester County
  • Delaware County Intermediate Unit
  • Downingtown Community Education Foundation
  • Drexel University
  • Family Promise of Southern CC
  • Foundation for Free Enterprise Education
  • Foundation for Learning in Tredyffrin/Easttown
  • Friends Assoc. for Care & Protection of Children
  • Gemma Services
  • Hope Beyond Borders
  • Interboro School District
  • Kennett After-School Association
  • Kennett Consolidated School District
  • Kennett Education Foundation
  • Kennett Library
  • Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13
  • LCH Heatlh & Community Services
  • Main Line Art Center
  • Maternal Child Health Consortium of CC
  • Melton Center
  • Mission for Educating Children w/ Autism (MECA)
  • Montgomery County IU Education Foundation
  • Music Works
  • Operation Warm
  • Oxford Education Foundation
  • Parkesburg Point Youth Center
  • Phoenixville Area Positive Alternatives PAPA
  • Phoenixville Community Education Foundation
  • Retired Senior Volunteer Program RSVP
  • Royer-Greaves School for Blind
  • Senior Community Services
  • Springfield Area Educational Foundation
  • Springfield School District
  • Stroud Water Research Center
  • Surrey Services for Seniors
  • The Lord’s Pantry
  • Phelps School
  • Radar Project – A Child’s Light
  • The Stone Garage Youth Center
  • The Timothy School
  • Theatre Horizon, Inc.
  • Thorncroft Equestrian Center
  • Tick Tock Early Learning Center
  • Tredyffrin & Easttown Care
  • Trellis for Tomorrow
  • United Way of Chester County
  • Uwchlan Ambulance Corps.
  • Valley Forge Educational Services
  • West Chester Communities That Care
  • Westside Community Center
  • Whitemarsh Township Parks & Recreation
  • Women’s Resource Center of Delaware Valley
  • YMCA of Greater Brandywine
  • Youth Mentoring Partnership

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