The Foundation for Delaware County Partners With Media’s Circle of Giving Helping Local Families

A Circle of Giving school supply drive back in August at Springton Lake Middle School. Image via Circle of Giving Facebook page.

The Foundation for Delaware County announces a new partnership with Circle of Giving 2020.

As a fiscal sponsor, the foundation will provide administrative services and oversight, allowing it to receive tax-deductible donations.

Circle of Giving has provided more than $55,000 in grocery store gift cards, meals, school supplies and other resources to support Rose Tree Media school district families as well as Delaware County families living in under-resourced communities.

It was founded by Media residents Kelly Yiadom and Aimee Rubin who saw the impact COVID-19 was having on local families.

Leading an all-volunteer organization, Aimee and Kelly have launched a back to school drive and raised funds for supplies for teachers and computers for students.

“We are thrilled to welcome Circle of Giving 2020 to the foundation family,” said Frances Sheehan, president of The Foundation for Delaware County. “In just seven months Circle of Giving has raised more than $65,000. We are honored to provide them with fiscal support so that they can focus on pursuing their mission and providing resources for so many of our neighbors. If your organization is interested in using the foundation for fiscal sponsorship – we are here to help.”

Circle of Giving 2020 Hosts Holiday Gift Drive

Circle of Giving invites you to support a local Delaware County family in need this holiday season. To participate, email by Sunday, Nov. 15. You can also find out more by visiting the Circle of Giving 2020 Facebook page.

About The Foundation for Delaware County

A public charity founded in 2016, The Foundation for Delaware County is the largest philanthropy serving Delaware County.

One of 780 community foundations across the U.S., the foundation focuses on encouraging philanthropy, convening across sectors to address challenging community issues, and making grants to strengthen Delaware County’s nonprofit community.

In March, the foundation distributed more than $1 million in grants to improve the well-being of the diverse residents in the county. Learn more here:

With headquarters in Media and service sites in Eddystone, Upper Darby and Springfield, The Foundation for Delaware County also operates the prestigious evidence-based programs: Healthy Start, the WIC nutrition program and Nurse-Family Partnership.

Other programs include: Drug Free Communities, El Centro (a Hispanic resource center) and a health resource center for students in the Chester Upland School District, which serves one of the region’s poorest communities.

To learn more, visit the foundation on the web at and follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @DelcoFdn.