Foundation: Nonprofit Registration for Delco Gives Day Now Open


A banner for the Delco Gives community giving initiative in Delaware County.
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A banner for the Delco Gives community giving initiative. Delco Gives Day takes place May 8-9, 2024.

The Foundation for Delaware County announces the launch of Delco Gives, a community giving initiative designed to unite residents, businesses, and organizations in a collective effort to support Delaware County’s nonprofit sector.

Delco Gives Day, happening May 8-9, 2024, promises to be a county-wide celebration of generosity, unity, and shared purpose.

It’s a unique opportunity for Delaware County residents to support the nonprofits that tirelessly serve our community and make a difference in the lives of our neighbors.

Since registration opened on Jan. 3, more than 50 nonprofit organizations have signed up to participate. From organizations focused on education and healthcare to those championing the arts and social services, Delco Gives Day will showcase the rich tapestry of nonprofit work in the region.

Highlights of Delco Gives Day include:

Online Giving: Beginning May 8-9, 2024, donors can visit from any computer, smartphone, device, or in-person drop-off site. There, they can explore and donate to any participating local nonprofit organizations serving Delaware County.

Every donation qualifies for bonus funding provided by the Foundation, and Delco Gives sponsors, maximizing the impact of each contribution.

Cash Prizes: Generous local businesses have sponsored cash prizes that will be awarded throughout the day, adding an exciting element to the giving experience.

Learn about nonprofits working in our community: Delco Gives offers an easy-to-use online platform that allows residents to discover and support nonprofits that align with their passions and interests. It’s a modern and convenient way to engage in philanthropy.

Community Celebrations: The day will be marked by various celebrations throughout the county, culminating in a grand closing celebration at Rose Tree Park. Additionally, a livestream event from Union Stadium (Subaru Park) on May 9 will connect participants from all corners of the community.

The reception for Delco Gives has been phenomenal, underscoring the deep sense of generosity and pride that characterizes Delaware County. Notably, sponsors such as Boeing, Comcast, Haverford Trust, and the Hamilton Family Trust, among others, have stepped forward to enhance the event and contribute bonus funding.

Registration is now open for nonprofits to participate in Delco Gives Day 2024! To get involved in Delco Gives, visit to register your organization or stay updated on event details.

The registration window is open until April 17. Nonprofits are strongly encouraged to complete it as soon as possible.

Delco Gives is a collective effort that encourages residents to actively participate in shaping the future of Delaware County.

More than fundraising, it’s about fostering a sense of community unity and collaboration to address our most urgent challenges. The Foundation for Delaware County is grateful for the incredible support of the community and looks forward to celebrating the generous spirit of the community on May 8-9, 2024.

Learn more about Delco Gives Day.

For questions, reach out to Laura Sindoni at

The Foundation for Delaware County is the largest philanthropy in Delaware County. It offers support and resources for nonprofits of every size, helps generous people give with more impact, brings together funders, nonprofits, and elected officials to address critical community problems, and responds to major challenges and crises as they arise.

In addition to grant funding, the Foundation operates the Center for Nonprofit Excellence to strengthen Delaware County’s nonprofit community through training workshops and peer learning opportunities.

The Foundation encourages philanthropy by connecting donors to worthy causes through efficient charitable giving vehicles like donor-advised and scholarship funds.

In addition, the Foundation operates the prestigious public health programs Healthy Start, the WIC nutrition program, and the Nurse-Family Partnership.

In addition to the Housing Opportunities Program for Equity (HOPE), other programs include El Centro (a Hispanic resource center) and a health resource center for students in the Chester Upland School District.

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