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Mission

Board of Directors

To support the behavioral health and human service needs of children, young adults, and their families in Bucks County, Pa.

CHAIR Thomas Hanna, P.E., LEED®, AP Capital Projects Manager, Central Bucks School District

Ways to Give

TREASURER Terence J. McGlinchey Business Banking Management Professional

Various opportunities are available to help FCP make a difference in Bucks County, including:

January 1 – December 31, 2020

SECRETARY Caroline O’Connell Sinton, MAT (Ex-Officio) Associate Director, Foundations Community Partnership

Tobias Bruhn, Ed.D., CFRE (Ex-Officio) Executive Director, Foundations Community Partnership

Daniel P. Weldon, Ed.D. (Ex-Officio) Senior Consultant for Program Development and Education, Foundations Community Partnership

Stephanie Bunin, Psy.D. Therapist, Center for Psychology and Counseling

Tracy Pasternak Willis, M.A. Executive Director of Business Development and Outpatient Services, Haven Behavioral Healthcare

Amy Conte, M.S. Mobile Therapist, Penndel Mental Health Center Judith Stern Goldstein, ASLA, R.L.A. Senior Project Manager, Gilmore & Associates, Inc. Abigail Halloran, M.A. Chief Operating Officer/Director of Risk Management and Performance Improvement, Haven Behavioral Healthcare Peggy Hanselman, NCC-R Retired School Teacher, Counselor and School-Based Therapist Karen Lasorda Director of Business Banking, Penn Community Bank

2020 Annual Report

CASH

SECURITIES

BEQUESTS

PLEDGES

SCHOLARSHIPS

For more information about FCP’s mission and ways to support Bucks County’s non-profit community, call (267) 247-5584, e-mail info@fcpartnership.org, or visit www.fcpartnership.org.

deceased

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•H  uman services concerns can be identified and resolved within the local community. •P  rivate and public organizations working together can address unmet service needs and other underlying community problems and provide creative solutions to improve the quality of life for all residents. • S ervice-learning partnerships pairing young adults with businesses and academic institutions provide lasting benefits to the community. • S cholarships and grants-in-aid to young adults showing interest in and aptitude for careers in human services will reflect their individual interests and be a positive influence in the community.

•C  ommunication of outcomes through research, education and seminars motivates others to act as change agents.

Dr. Albert Honig* Honorary Director

Ronald T. Bernstein Founding Executive Director

To be a catalyst for improving the quality of life in Bucks County, Pa. We believe that:

•G  rants and other financial support of selected private and public organizations encourage innovative problem-solving.

Dr. Joseph Stella Board Member Emeritus

Dr. Harry Klein* Honorary Director

Vision

Foundations Community Partnership

1456 Ferry Road, Suite 404 Doylestown, PA 18901 (O) 267-247-5584 | (F) 267-247-5598 info@fcpartnership.org | www.fcpartnership.org

Sean M. Schmid Chief Operating Officer, Penn Investment Advisors, Inc. Patricia Stern Smallacombe, Ph.D. Director of Grants, Bucks County Community College

We apologize for any inaccuracies or omissions that may have occurred in publishing this annual report. If you discover any inaccuracies, please bring them to our attention by calling (267) 247-5584 or e-mailing info@fcpartnership.org.


Mission

Board of Directors

To support the behavioral health and human service needs of children, young adults, and their families in Bucks County, Pa.

CHAIR Thomas Hanna, P.E., LEED®, AP Capital Projects Manager, Central Bucks School District

Ways to Give

TREASURER Terence J. McGlinchey Business Banking Management Professional

Various opportunities are available to help FCP make a difference in Bucks County, including:

January 1 – December 31, 2020

SECRETARY Caroline O’Connell Sinton, MAT (Ex-Officio) Associate Director, Foundations Community Partnership

Tobias Bruhn, Ed.D., CFRE (Ex-Officio) Executive Director, Foundations Community Partnership

Daniel P. Weldon, Ed.D. (Ex-Officio) Senior Consultant for Program Development and Education, Foundations Community Partnership

Stephanie Bunin, Psy.D. Therapist, Center for Psychology and Counseling

Tracy Pasternak Willis, M.A. Executive Director of Business Development and Outpatient Services, Haven Behavioral Healthcare

Amy Conte, M.S. Mobile Therapist, Penndel Mental Health Center Judith Stern Goldstein, ASLA, R.L.A. Senior Project Manager, Gilmore & Associates, Inc. Abigail Halloran, M.A. Chief Operating Officer/Director of Risk Management and Performance Improvement, Haven Behavioral Healthcare Peggy Hanselman, NCC-R Retired School Teacher, Counselor and School-Based Therapist Karen Lasorda Director of Business Banking, Penn Community Bank

2020 Annual Report

CASH

SECURITIES

BEQUESTS

PLEDGES

SCHOLARSHIPS

For more information about FCP’s mission and ways to support Bucks County’s non-profit community, call (267) 247-5584, e-mail info@fcpartnership.org, or visit www.fcpartnership.org.

deceased

*

• Human services concerns can be identified and resolved within the local community. • Private and public organizations working together can address unmet service needs and other underlying community problems and provide creative solutions to improve the quality of life for all residents. • Service-learning partnerships pairing young adults with businesses and academic institutions provide lasting benefits to the community. • Scholarships and grants-in-aid to young adults showing interest in and aptitude for careers in human services will reflect their individual interests and be a positive influence in the community.

• Communication of outcomes through research, education and seminars motivates others to act as change agents.

Dr. Albert Honig* Honorary Director

Ronald T. Bernstein Founding Executive Director

To be a catalyst for improving the quality of life in Bucks County, Pa. We believe that:

• Grants and other financial support of selected private and public organizations encourage innovative problem-solving.

Dr. Joseph Stella Board Member Emeritus

Dr. Harry Klein* Honorary Director

Vision

Foundations Community Partnership

1456 Ferry Road, Suite 404 Doylestown, PA 18901 (O) 267-247-5584 | (F) 267-247-5598 info@fcpartnership.org | www.fcpartnership.org

Sean M. Schmid Chief Operating Officer, Penn Investment Advisors, Inc. Patricia Stern Smallacombe, Ph.D. Director of Grants, Bucks County Community College

We apologize for any inaccuracies or omissions that may have occurred in publishing this annual report. If you discover any inaccuracies, please bring them to our attention by calling (267) 247-5584 or e-mailing info@fcpartnership.org.


Mission

Board of Directors

To support the behavioral health and human service needs of children, young adults, and their families in Bucks County, Pa.

CHAIR Thomas Hanna, P.E., LEED®, AP Capital Projects Manager, Central Bucks School District

Ways to Give

TREASURER Terence J. McGlinchey Business Banking Management Professional

Various opportunities are available to help FCP make a difference in Bucks County, including:

January 1 – December 31, 2020

SECRETARY Caroline O’Connell Sinton, MAT (Ex-Officio) Associate Director, Foundations Community Partnership

Tobias Bruhn, Ed.D., CFRE (Ex-Officio) Executive Director, Foundations Community Partnership

Daniel P. Weldon, Ed.D. (Ex-Officio) Senior Consultant for Program Development and Education, Foundations Community Partnership

Stephanie Bunin, Psy.D. Therapist, Center for Psychology and Counseling

Tracy Pasternak Willis, M.A. Executive Director of Business Development and Outpatient Services, Haven Behavioral Healthcare

Amy Conte, M.S. Mobile Therapist, Penndel Mental Health Center Judith Stern Goldstein, ASLA, R.L.A. Senior Project Manager, Gilmore & Associates, Inc. Abigail Halloran, M.A. Chief Operating Officer/Director of Risk Management and Performance Improvement, Haven Behavioral Healthcare Peggy Hanselman, NCC-R Retired School Teacher, Counselor and School-Based Therapist Karen Lasorda Director of Business Banking, Penn Community Bank

2020 Annual Report

CASH

SECURITIES

BEQUESTS

PLEDGES

SCHOLARSHIPS

For more information about FCP’s mission and ways to support Bucks County’s non-profit community, call (267) 247-5584, e-mail info@fcpartnership.org, or visit www.fcpartnership.org.

deceased

*

• Human services concerns can be identified and resolved within the local community. • Private and public organizations working together can address unmet service needs and other underlying community problems and provide creative solutions to improve the quality of life for all residents. • Service-learning partnerships pairing young adults with businesses and academic institutions provide lasting benefits to the community. • Scholarships and grants-in-aid to young adults showing interest in and aptitude for careers in human services will reflect their individual interests and be a positive influence in the community.

• Communication of outcomes through research, education and seminars motivates others to act as change agents.

Dr. Albert Honig* Honorary Director

Ronald T. Bernstein Founding Executive Director

To be a catalyst for improving the quality of life in Bucks County, Pa. We believe that:

• Grants and other financial support of selected private and public organizations encourage innovative problem-solving.

Dr. Joseph Stella Board Member Emeritus

Dr. Harry Klein* Honorary Director

Vision

Foundations Community Partnership

1456 Ferry Road, Suite 404 Doylestown, PA 18901 (O) 267-247-5584 | (F) 267-247-5598 info@fcpartnership.org | www.fcpartnership.org

Sean M. Schmid Chief Operating Officer, Penn Investment Advisors, Inc. Patricia Stern Smallacombe, Ph.D. Director of Grants, Bucks County Community College

We apologize for any inaccuracies or omissions that may have occurred in publishing this annual report. If you discover any inaccuracies, please bring them to our attention by calling (267) 247-5584 or e-mailing info@fcpartnership.org.


Grant-Making by the Numbers

85

APPLICATION

Grants Awarded

$

147

APPLICATIONS RECEIVED

$525,491

Total Support in 2020

$6,008,712 Total Support Since 2007

Bucks Innovation & Improvement Grants $2,318,061 Capital Improvement Grants $1,260,450 Emergency Action Grants $110,000 Honoraria/Matching Gifts $97,625 Partnership in Education Scholarships $251,000 Partnership in Youth Services Grants $475,000 Summer Youth Corps $780,703 Target Funding Grants $250,001 Technical Assistance Grants $226,372

COVID-19 Relief Response

52 Grants Awarded Totaling $239,500

Grants Awarded Bucks Innovation and Improvement Grants Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic Christ’s Home Heritage Conservancy Maternity Care Coalition NGA-Needlework Guild of America One House at a Time Pegasus Therapeutic Riding Academy Potential Inc. Special Equestrians The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc The Peace Center Worthwhile Wear YWCA Bucks County

Capital Improvement Grants

Autism Cares Foundation BARC Developmental Services Family Service Association of Bucks County Potential Inc. Snipes Farm & Education Center

COVID-19 Relief Grants

A Woman’s Place Advocates for Homeless & Those in Need ATG Learning Academy Autism Cares Foundation BARC Developmental Services Bethany Christian Services of the Greater Delaware Valley Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County Bucks County Audubon Society Bucks County Community College Foundation Bucks County Housing Group

Financials

Partnership in Education Bucks County Opportunity Council Bucks County Playhouse Theater, Inc. Cancer Support Community Greater Philadelphia Children’s Developmental Program Christ’s Home Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless Community Conservatory of Music Comprehensive Learning Center Easter Seals of Southeastern PA Family Promise of Lower Bucks Family Service Association of Bucks County Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania, Inc. Grand View Health Foundation HealthLink Medical Center Heritage Conservancy Ivy Hill Therapeutic Equestrian Center KidsPeace National Centers, Inc. Lenape Valley Foundation LifePath Lily’s Hope Foundation Maternity Care Coalition Mercer Museum of the Bucks County Historical Society Minding Your Mind National Alliance on Mental Illness of PA, Bucks County Chapter Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) NGA-Needlework Guild of America One House at a Time Peace Valley Holistic Center Pegasus Therapeutic Riding Academy Penndel Mental Health Center Potential Inc. Refuge Child Care Academy Snipes Farm & Education Center Special Equestrians

The Baby Bureau The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc Valley Youth House Committee, Inc. Woods Services Inc. Worthwhile Wear YMCA of Bucks County YWCA Bucks County

Foundations Community Partnership Congratulates

Audited as of June 30, 2020

Outstanding Graduates from the Class of 2020

Total Net Assets FY 2015-2020 $19,800,000 Nabaa Abdulhussein Bensalem High School

Christopher Ryan Carbone Abraham Central CentralBucks BucksH.S. HS East West

Brian Adams Middle Bucks Institute of Technology

Dana Beck Upper Bucks County Technical School

Thomas Butts Central Bucks HS West

Maura Campbell Palisades High School

$20,292,156

$19,400,000

Summer Youth Corps Michele Eddowes Council Rock HS South

Noah Erdogan Pennsbury High School

Madison Farrell Pennridge High School

Jacob Frey Bristol Borough High School

Bethany Macwana Morrisville Sr. High School

Rebecca Osbaldeston Harry S. Truman High School

Nishit Patel Bucks County Technical High School

Partnership in Youth Services Grants

AARK Wildlife Education & Rehabilitation Center Bucks County Children’s Museum Community Conservatory of Music iRun4Life, Inc Kamp For Kids Lenape Valley Foundation No Longer Bound Open Door Abuse Awareness Prevention Penndel Mental Health Center Tend to Hope, Inc. Travis Manion Foundation Youth Orchestra of Bucks County

$19,600,000

Steven Chen William Tennent High School

Emergency Action Grants Family Service Association of Bucks County

Endowment Composition As of December 31, 2020

Alexa Pereira Central Bucks HS South

Jordan Sabel Council Rock HS North

Sarah Stofik Quakertown Community HS

Maya Vaughn New Hope-Solebury HS

Delaney Young Neshaminy High School

As part of its Partnership in Education program, FCP also awards the Morris M. Davis Award to an outstanding Summer Youth Corps intern, as well as an annual scholarship at Bucks County Community College and the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce.

This program provides service-learning opportunities for motivated college students, entering their second or third year in college, residing in Bucks County, Pa. Students use both academic and social skills to address human needs and solve problems in the real world. They are “matched” with select non-profit human service organizations for a 10-week, paid internship with the opportunity to earn college credits. Forced to cancel the program in 2020 due to the pandemic, FCP plans for the program’s triumphant return in 2021.

Professional Education Workshops Every year, FCP offers up to six 3-hour workshops for psychologists, social workers, licensed professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, educators, and other professionals in the field of human services. Three continuing education credits are offered for PA Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, Psychologists, NBCC Counselors, and educators under Act 48.

Target Funding Grants

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County Bucks County Housing Group Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA)

Technical Assistance Grants

Bucks County Opportunity Council

$19,200,000 $19,000,000 $18,800,000 $18,600,000 $18,400,000 $18,200,000

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

56.3% Equities 33.2% Fixed Income 3.8% Alternative Investments

E-mail info@fcpartnership.org for a copy of the most recent audited financial statements and Form 990-PF.

Celebrating Generosity FCP gratefully acknowledges the generosity of its friends and community partners in support of its mission and programs. Philanthropy is based on voluntary action for the common good. To ensure that philanthropy merits the respect and trust of the general public, FCP obliges by the Donor Bill of Rights. It was created by the American Association of Fund Raising Counsel (AAFRC), Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). For more information, visit afpglobal.org/donor-bill-rights.



Our History Foundations Community Partnership traces its roots to a pioneering facility established to provide behavioral health services in the region.

1964

The Delaware Valley Mental Health Foundation founded a small psychiatric hospital in Doylestown, PA.

1996

The hospital became known as Foundations Behavioral Health and its scope expanded to encompass a full range of behavioral health services for children and adolescents.

2007

A for-profit organization acquired Foundations Behavioral Health. As a result of the sale, Foundations Community Partnership was established as an independent operating foundation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code to continue the grantmaking, community education, internship, scholarship, and research activities of the foundation. The American Red Cross Homeless Shelter received FCP’s first grant.

2008

Summer Youth Corps program launched.

2011

Support of Bucks County’s non-profit community reaches $1 million.

2013

Drexel University’s School of Public Health independently evaluated FCP’s grant making efforts, including grantees’ experiences and perceptions and the impact of grants on their work.

2016

Final report submitted in response to the Commonwealth’s Attorney General’s Office and the Bucks County Orphan’s Court’s approval of FCP’s community plan in 2007.

2018

Support of Bucks County’s non-profit community reaches $5 million.

2020

Dr. Tobi Bruhn joins FCP upon the retirement of Founding Executive Director Ron Bernstein. Organization awards nearly $240,000 in COVID-19 Relief Grants in response to worldwide pandemic.

2.6% Real Estate 4.1% Cash & Equivalents


Grant-Making by the Numbers

85

APPLICATION

Grants Awarded

$

147

APPLICATIONS RECEIVED

$525,491

Total Support in 2020

$6,008,712 Total Support Since 2007

Bucks Innovation & Improvement Grants $2,318,061 Capital Improvement Grants $1,260,450 Emergency Action Grants $110,000 Honoraria/Matching Gifts $97,625 Partnership in Education Scholarships $251,000 Partnership in Youth Services Grants $475,000 Summer Youth Corps $780,703 Target Funding Grants $250,001 Technical Assistance Grants $226,372

COVID-19 Relief Response

52 Grants Awarded Totaling $239,500

Grants Awarded Bucks Innovation and Improvement Grants Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic Christ’s Home Heritage Conservancy Maternity Care Coalition NGA-Needlework Guild of America One House at a Time Pegasus Therapeutic Riding Academy Potential Inc. Special Equestrians The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc The Peace Center Worthwhile Wear YWCA Bucks County

Capital Improvement Grants

Autism Cares Foundation BARC Developmental Services Family Service Association of Bucks County Potential Inc. Snipes Farm & Education Center

COVID-19 Relief Grants

A Woman’s Place Advocates for Homeless & Those in Need ATG Learning Academy Autism Cares Foundation BARC Developmental Services Bethany Christian Services of the Greater Delaware Valley Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County Bucks County Audubon Society Bucks County Community College Foundation Bucks County Housing Group

Financials

Partnership in Education Bucks County Opportunity Council Bucks County Playhouse Theater, Inc. Cancer Support Community Greater Philadelphia Children’s Developmental Program Christ’s Home Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless Community Conservatory of Music Comprehensive Learning Center Easter Seals of Southeastern PA Family Promise of Lower Bucks Family Service Association of Bucks County Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania, Inc. Grand View Health Foundation HealthLink Medical Center Heritage Conservancy Ivy Hill Therapeutic Equestrian Center KidsPeace National Centers, Inc. Lenape Valley Foundation LifePath Lily’s Hope Foundation Maternity Care Coalition Mercer Museum of the Bucks County Historical Society Minding Your Mind National Alliance on Mental Illness of PA, Bucks County Chapter Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) NGA-Needlework Guild of America One House at a Time Peace Valley Holistic Center Pegasus Therapeutic Riding Academy Penndel Mental Health Center Potential Inc. Refuge Child Care Academy Snipes Farm & Education Center Special Equestrians

The Baby Bureau The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc Valley Youth House Committee, Inc. Woods Services Inc. Worthwhile Wear YMCA of Bucks County YWCA Bucks County

Foundations Community Partnership Congratulates

Audited as of June 30, 2020

Outstanding Graduates from the Class of 2020

Total Net Assets FY 2015-2020 $19,800,000 Nabaa Abdulhussein Bensalem High School

Christopher Ryan Carbone Abraham Central CentralBucks BucksH.S. HS East West

Brian Adams Middle Bucks Institute of Technology

Dana Beck Upper Bucks County Technical School

Thomas Butts Central Bucks HS West

Maura Campbell Palisades High School

$20,292,156

$19,400,000

Summer Youth Corps Michele Eddowes Council Rock HS South

Noah Erdogan Pennsbury High School

Madison Farrell Pennridge High School

Jacob Frey Bristol Borough High School

Bethany Macwana Morrisville Sr. High School

Rebecca Osbaldeston Harry S. Truman High School

Nishit Patel Bucks County Technical High School

Partnership in Youth Services Grants

AARK Wildlife Education & Rehabilitation Center Bucks County Children’s Museum Community Conservatory of Music iRun4Life, Inc Kamp For Kids Lenape Valley Foundation No Longer Bound Open Door Abuse Awareness Prevention Penndel Mental Health Center Tend to Hope, Inc. Travis Manion Foundation Youth Orchestra of Bucks County

$19,600,000

Steven Chen William Tennent High School

Emergency Action Grants Family Service Association of Bucks County

Endowment Composition As of December 31, 2020

Alexa Pereira Central Bucks HS South

Jordan Sabel Council Rock HS North

Sarah Stofik Quakertown Community HS

Maya Vaughn New Hope-Solebury HS

Delaney Young Neshaminy High School

As part of its Partnership in Education program, FCP also awards the Morris M. Davis Award to an outstanding Summer Youth Corps intern, as well as an annual scholarship at Bucks County Community College and the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce.

This program provides service-learning opportunities for motivated college students, entering their second or third year in college, residing in Bucks County, Pa. Students use both academic and social skills to address human needs and solve problems in the real world. They are “matched” with select non-profit human service organizations for a 10-week, paid internship with the opportunity to earn college credits. Forced to cancel the program in 2020 due to the pandemic, FCP plans for the program’s triumphant return in 2021.

Professional Education Workshops Every year, FCP offers up to six 3-hour workshops for psychologists, social workers, licensed professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, educators, and other professionals in the field of human services. Three continuing education credits are offered for PA Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, Psychologists, NBCC Counselors, and educators under Act 48.

Target Funding Grants

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County Bucks County Housing Group Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA)

Technical Assistance Grants

Bucks County Opportunity Council

$19,200,000 $19,000,000 $18,800,000 $18,600,000 $18,400,000 $18,200,000

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

56.3% Equities 33.2% Fixed Income 3.8% Alternative Investments

E-mail info@fcpartnership.org for a copy of the most recent audited financial statements and Form 990-PF.

Celebrating Generosity FCP gratefully acknowledges the generosity of its friends and community partners in support of its mission and programs. Philanthropy is based on voluntary action for the common good. To ensure that philanthropy merits the respect and trust of the general public, FCP obliges by the Donor Bill of Rights. It was created by the American Association of Fund Raising Counsel (AAFRC), Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). For more information, visit afpglobal.org/donor-bill-rights.



Our History Foundations Community Partnership traces its roots to a pioneering facility established to provide behavioral health services in the region.

1964

The Delaware Valley Mental Health Foundation founded a small psychiatric hospital in Doylestown, PA.

1996

The hospital became known as Foundations Behavioral Health and its scope expanded to encompass a full range of behavioral health services for children and adolescents.

2007

A for-profit organization acquired Foundations Behavioral Health. As a result of the sale, Foundations Community Partnership was established as an independent operating foundation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code to continue the grantmaking, community education, internship, scholarship, and research activities of the foundation. The American Red Cross Homeless Shelter received FCP’s first grant.

2008

Summer Youth Corps program launched.

2011

Support of Bucks County’s non-profit community reaches $1 million.

2013

Drexel University’s School of Public Health independently evaluated FCP’s grant making efforts, including grantees’ experiences and perceptions and the impact of grants on their work.

2016

Final report submitted in response to the Commonwealth’s Attorney General’s Office and the Bucks County Orphan’s Court’s approval of FCP’s community plan in 2007.

2018

Support of Bucks County’s non-profit community reaches $5 million.

2020

Dr. Tobi Bruhn joins FCP upon the retirement of Founding Executive Director Ron Bernstein. Organization awards nearly $240,000 in COVID-19 Relief Grants in response to worldwide pandemic.

2.6% Real Estate 4.1% Cash & Equivalents


Grant-Making by the Numbers

85

APPLICATION

Grants Awarded

$

147

APPLICATIONS RECEIVED

$525,491

Total Support in 2020

$6,008,712 Total Support Since 2007

Bucks Innovation & Improvement Grants $2,318,061 Capital Improvement Grants $1,260,450 Emergency Action Grants $110,000 Honoraria/Matching Gifts $97,625 Partnership in Education Scholarships $251,000 Partnership in Youth Services Grants $475,000 Summer Youth Corps $780,703 Target Funding Grants $250,001 Technical Assistance Grants $226,372

COVID-19 Relief Response

52 Grants Awarded Totaling $239,500

Grants Awarded Bucks Innovation and Improvement Grants Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic Christ’s Home Heritage Conservancy Maternity Care Coalition NGA-Needlework Guild of America One House at a Time Pegasus Therapeutic Riding Academy Potential Inc. Special Equestrians The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc The Peace Center Worthwhile Wear YWCA Bucks County

Capital Improvement Grants

Autism Cares Foundation BARC Developmental Services Family Service Association of Bucks County Potential Inc. Snipes Farm & Education Center

COVID-19 Relief Grants

A Woman’s Place Advocates for Homeless & Those in Need ATG Learning Academy Autism Cares Foundation BARC Developmental Services Bethany Christian Services of the Greater Delaware Valley Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County Bucks County Audubon Society Bucks County Community College Foundation Bucks County Housing Group

Financials

Partnership in Education Bucks County Opportunity Council Bucks County Playhouse Theater, Inc. Cancer Support Community Greater Philadelphia Children’s Developmental Program Christ’s Home Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless Community Conservatory of Music Comprehensive Learning Center Easter Seals of Southeastern PA Family Promise of Lower Bucks Family Service Association of Bucks County Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania, Inc. Grand View Health Foundation HealthLink Medical Center Heritage Conservancy Ivy Hill Therapeutic Equestrian Center KidsPeace National Centers, Inc. Lenape Valley Foundation LifePath Lily’s Hope Foundation Maternity Care Coalition Mercer Museum of the Bucks County Historical Society Minding Your Mind National Alliance on Mental Illness of PA, Bucks County Chapter Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) NGA-Needlework Guild of America One House at a Time Peace Valley Holistic Center Pegasus Therapeutic Riding Academy Penndel Mental Health Center Potential Inc. Refuge Child Care Academy Snipes Farm & Education Center Special Equestrians

The Baby Bureau The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc Valley Youth House Committee, Inc. Woods Services Inc. Worthwhile Wear YMCA of Bucks County YWCA Bucks County

Foundations Community Partnership Congratulates

Audited as of June 30, 2020

Outstanding Graduates from the Class of 2020

Total Net Assets FY 2015-2020 $19,800,000 Nabaa Abdulhussein Bensalem High School

Christopher Ryan Carbone Abraham Central CentralBucks BucksH.S. HS East West

Brian Adams Middle Bucks Institute of Technology

Dana Beck Upper Bucks County Technical School

Thomas Butts Central Bucks HS West

Maura Campbell Palisades High School

$20,292,156

$19,400,000

Summer Youth Corps Michele Eddowes Council Rock HS South

Noah Erdogan Pennsbury High School

Madison Farrell Pennridge High School

Jacob Frey Bristol Borough High School

Bethany Macwana Morrisville Sr. High School

Rebecca Osbaldeston Harry S. Truman High School

Nishit Patel Bucks County Technical High School

Partnership in Youth Services Grants

AARK Wildlife Education & Rehabilitation Center Bucks County Children’s Museum Community Conservatory of Music iRun4Life, Inc Kamp For Kids Lenape Valley Foundation No Longer Bound Open Door Abuse Awareness Prevention Penndel Mental Health Center Tend to Hope, Inc. Travis Manion Foundation Youth Orchestra of Bucks County

$19,600,000

Steven Chen William Tennent High School

Emergency Action Grants Family Service Association of Bucks County

Endowment Composition As of December 31, 2020

Alexa Pereira Central Bucks HS South

Jordan Sabel Council Rock HS North

Sarah Stofik Quakertown Community HS

Maya Vaughn New Hope-Solebury HS

Delaney Young Neshaminy High School

As part of its Partnership in Education program, FCP also awards the Morris M. Davis Award to an outstanding Summer Youth Corps intern, as well as an annual scholarship at Bucks County Community College and the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce.

This program provides service-learning opportunities for motivated college students, entering their second or third year in college, residing in Bucks County, Pa. Students use both academic and social skills to address human needs and solve problems in the real world. They are “matched” with select non-profit human service organizations for a 10-week, paid internship with the opportunity to earn college credits. Forced to cancel the program in 2020 due to the pandemic, FCP plans for the program’s triumphant return in 2021.

Professional Education Workshops Every year, FCP offers up to six 3-hour workshops for psychologists, social workers, licensed professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, educators, and other professionals in the field of human services. Three continuing education credits are offered for PA Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, Psychologists, NBCC Counselors, and educators under Act 48.

Target Funding Grants

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County Bucks County Housing Group Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA)

Technical Assistance Grants

Bucks County Opportunity Council

$19,200,000 $19,000,000 $18,800,000 $18,600,000 $18,400,000 $18,200,000

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

56.3% Equities 33.2% Fixed Income 3.8% Alternative Investments

E-mail info@fcpartnership.org for a copy of the most recent audited financial statements and Form 990-PF.

Celebrating Generosity FCP gratefully acknowledges the generosity of its friends and community partners in support of its mission and programs. Philanthropy is based on voluntary action for the common good. To ensure that philanthropy merits the respect and trust of the general public, FCP obliges by the Donor Bill of Rights. It was created by the American Association of Fund Raising Counsel (AAFRC), Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). For more information, visit afpglobal.org/donor-bill-rights.



Our History Foundations Community Partnership traces its roots to a pioneering facility established to provide behavioral health services in the region.

1964

The Delaware Valley Mental Health Foundation founded a small psychiatric hospital in Doylestown, PA.

1996

The hospital became known as Foundations Behavioral Health and its scope expanded to encompass a full range of behavioral health services for children and adolescents.

2007

A for-profit organization acquired Foundations Behavioral Health. As a result of the sale, Foundations Community Partnership was established as an independent operating foundation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code to continue the grantmaking, community education, internship, scholarship, and research activities of the foundation. The American Red Cross Homeless Shelter received FCP’s first grant.

2008

Summer Youth Corps program launched.

2011

Support of Bucks County’s non-profit community reaches $1 million.

2013

Drexel University’s School of Public Health independently evaluated FCP’s grant making efforts, including grantees’ experiences and perceptions and the impact of grants on their work.

2016

Final report submitted in response to the Commonwealth’s Attorney General’s Office and the Bucks County Orphan’s Court’s approval of FCP’s community plan in 2007.

2018

Support of Bucks County’s non-profit community reaches $5 million.

2020

Dr. Tobi Bruhn joins FCP upon the retirement of Founding Executive Director Ron Bernstein. Organization awards nearly $240,000 in COVID-19 Relief Grants in response to worldwide pandemic.

2.6% Real Estate 4.1% Cash & Equivalents


Grant-Making by the Numbers

85

APPLICATION

Grants Awarded

$

147

APPLICATIONS RECEIVED

$525,491

Total Support in 2020

$6,008,712 Total Support Since 2007

Bucks Innovation & Improvement Grants $2,318,061 Capital Improvement Grants $1,260,450 Emergency Action Grants $110,000 Honoraria/Matching Gifts $97,625 Partnership in Education Scholarships $251,000 Partnership in Youth Services Grants $475,000 Summer Youth Corps $780,703 Target Funding Grants $250,001 Technical Assistance Grants $226,372

COVID-19 Relief Response

52 Grants Awarded Totaling $239,500

Grants Awarded Bucks Innovation and Improvement Grants Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic Christ’s Home Heritage Conservancy Maternity Care Coalition NGA-Needlework Guild of America One House at a Time Pegasus Therapeutic Riding Academy Potential Inc. Special Equestrians The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc The Peace Center Worthwhile Wear YWCA Bucks County

Capital Improvement Grants

Autism Cares Foundation BARC Developmental Services Family Service Association of Bucks County Potential Inc. Snipes Farm & Education Center

COVID-19 Relief Grants

A Woman’s Place Advocates for Homeless & Those in Need ATG Learning Academy Autism Cares Foundation BARC Developmental Services Bethany Christian Services of the Greater Delaware Valley Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County Bucks County Audubon Society Bucks County Community College Foundation Bucks County Housing Group

Financials

Partnership in Education Bucks County Opportunity Council Bucks County Playhouse Theater, Inc. Cancer Support Community Greater Philadelphia Children’s Developmental Program Christ’s Home Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless Community Conservatory of Music Comprehensive Learning Center Easter Seals of Southeastern PA Family Promise of Lower Bucks Family Service Association of Bucks County Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania, Inc. Grand View Health Foundation HealthLink Medical Center Heritage Conservancy Ivy Hill Therapeutic Equestrian Center KidsPeace National Centers, Inc. Lenape Valley Foundation LifePath Lily’s Hope Foundation Maternity Care Coalition Mercer Museum of the Bucks County Historical Society Minding Your Mind National Alliance on Mental Illness of PA, Bucks County Chapter Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) NGA-Needlework Guild of America One House at a Time Peace Valley Holistic Center Pegasus Therapeutic Riding Academy Penndel Mental Health Center Potential Inc. Refuge Child Care Academy Snipes Farm & Education Center Special Equestrians

The Baby Bureau The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc Valley Youth House Committee, Inc. Woods Services Inc. Worthwhile Wear YMCA of Bucks County YWCA Bucks County

Foundations Community Partnership Congratulates

Audited as of June 30, 2020

Outstanding Graduates from the Class of 2020

Total Net Assets FY 2015-2020 $19,800,000 Nabaa Abdulhussein Bensalem High School

Christopher Ryan Carbone Abraham Central CentralBucks BucksH.S. HS East West

Brian Adams Middle Bucks Institute of Technology

Dana Beck Upper Bucks County Technical School

Thomas Butts Central Bucks HS West

Maura Campbell Palisades High School

$20,292,156

$19,400,000

Summer Youth Corps Michele Eddowes Council Rock HS South

Noah Erdogan Pennsbury High School

Madison Farrell Pennridge High School

Jacob Frey Bristol Borough High School

Bethany Macwana Morrisville Sr. High School

Rebecca Osbaldeston Harry S. Truman High School

Nishit Patel Bucks County Technical High School

Partnership in Youth Services Grants

AARK Wildlife Education & Rehabilitation Center Bucks County Children’s Museum Community Conservatory of Music iRun4Life, Inc Kamp For Kids Lenape Valley Foundation No Longer Bound Open Door Abuse Awareness Prevention Penndel Mental Health Center Tend to Hope, Inc. Travis Manion Foundation Youth Orchestra of Bucks County

$19,600,000

Steven Chen William Tennent High School

Emergency Action Grants Family Service Association of Bucks County

Endowment Composition As of December 31, 2020

Alexa Pereira Central Bucks HS South

Jordan Sabel Council Rock HS North

Sarah Stofik Quakertown Community HS

Maya Vaughn New Hope-Solebury HS

Delaney Young Neshaminy High School

As part of its Partnership in Education program, FCP also awards the Morris M. Davis Award to an outstanding Summer Youth Corps intern, as well as an annual scholarship at Bucks County Community College and the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce.

This program provides service-learning opportunities for motivated college students, entering their second or third year in college, residing in Bucks County, Pa. Students use both academic and social skills to address human needs and solve problems in the real world. They are “matched” with select non-profit human service organizations for a 10-week, paid internship with the opportunity to earn college credits. Forced to cancel the program in 2020 due to the pandemic, FCP plans for the program’s triumphant return in 2021.

Professional Education Workshops Every year, FCP offers up to six 3-hour workshops for psychologists, social workers, licensed professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, educators, and other professionals in the field of human services. Three continuing education credits are offered for PA Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, Psychologists, NBCC Counselors, and educators under Act 48.

Target Funding Grants

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County Bucks County Housing Group Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA)

Technical Assistance Grants

Bucks County Opportunity Council

$19,200,000 $19,000,000 $18,800,000 $18,600,000 $18,400,000 $18,200,000

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

56.3% Equities 33.2% Fixed Income 3.8% Alternative Investments

E-mail info@fcpartnership.org for a copy of the most recent audited financial statements and Form 990-PF.

Celebrating Generosity FCP gratefully acknowledges the generosity of its friends and community partners in support of its mission and programs. Philanthropy is based on voluntary action for the common good. To ensure that philanthropy merits the respect and trust of the general public, FCP obliges by the Donor Bill of Rights. It was created by the American Association of Fund Raising Counsel (AAFRC), Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). For more information, visit afpglobal.org/donor-bill-rights.



Our History Foundations Community Partnership traces its roots to a pioneering facility established to provide behavioral health services in the region.

1964

The Delaware Valley Mental Health Foundation founded a small psychiatric hospital in Doylestown, PA.

1996

The hospital became known as Foundations Behavioral Health and its scope expanded to encompass a full range of behavioral health services for children and adolescents.

2007

A for-profit organization acquired Foundations Behavioral Health. As a result of the sale, Foundations Community Partnership was established as an independent operating foundation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code to continue the grantmaking, community education, internship, scholarship, and research activities of the foundation. The American Red Cross Homeless Shelter received FCP’s first grant.

2008

Summer Youth Corps program launched.

2011

Support of Bucks County’s non-profit community reaches $1 million.

2013

Drexel University’s School of Public Health independently evaluated FCP’s grant making efforts, including grantees’ experiences and perceptions and the impact of grants on their work.

2016

Final report submitted in response to the Commonwealth’s Attorney General’s Office and the Bucks County Orphan’s Court’s approval of FCP’s community plan in 2007.

2018

Support of Bucks County’s non-profit community reaches $5 million.

2020

Dr. Tobi Bruhn joins FCP upon the retirement of Founding Executive Director Ron Bernstein. Organization awards nearly $240,000 in COVID-19 Relief Grants in response to worldwide pandemic.

2.6% Real Estate 4.1% Cash & Equivalents


Mission

Board of Directors

To support the behavioral health and human service needs of children, young adults, and their families in Bucks County, Pa.

CHAIR Thomas Hanna, P.E., LEED®, AP Capital Projects Manager, Central Bucks School District

Ways to Give

TREASURER Terence J. McGlinchey Business Banking Management Professional

Various opportunities are available to help FCP make a difference in Bucks County, including:

January 1 – December 31, 2020

SECRETARY Caroline O’Connell Sinton, MAT (Ex-Officio) Associate Director, Foundations Community Partnership

Tobias Bruhn, Ed.D., CFRE (Ex-Officio) Executive Director, Foundations Community Partnership

Daniel P. Weldon, Ed.D. (Ex-Officio) Senior Consultant for Program Development and Education, Foundations Community Partnership

Stephanie Bunin, Psy.D. Therapist, Center for Psychology and Counseling

Tracy Pasternak Willis, M.A. Executive Director of Business Development and Outpatient Services, Haven Behavioral Healthcare

Amy Conte, M.S. Mobile Therapist, Penndel Mental Health Center Judith Stern Goldstein, ASLA, R.L.A. Senior Project Manager, Gilmore & Associates, Inc. Abigail Halloran, M.A. Chief Operating Officer/Director of Risk Management and Performance Improvement, Haven Behavioral Healthcare Peggy Hanselman, NCC-R Retired School Teacher, Counselor and School-Based Therapist Karen Lasorda Director of Business Banking, Penn Community Bank

2020 Annual Report

CASH

SECURITIES

BEQUESTS

PLEDGES

SCHOLARSHIPS

For more information about FCP’s mission and ways to support Bucks County’s non-profit community, call (267) 247-5584, e-mail info@fcpartnership.org, or visit www.fcpartnership.org.

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• Human services concerns can be identified and resolved within the local community. • Private and public organizations working together can address unmet service needs and other underlying community problems and provide creative solutions to improve the quality of life for all residents. • Service-learning partnerships pairing young adults with businesses and academic institutions provide lasting benefits to the community. • Scholarships and grants-in-aid to young adults showing interest in and aptitude for careers in human services will reflect their individual interests and be a positive influence in the community.

• Communication of outcomes through research, education and seminars motivates others to act as change agents.

Dr. Albert Honig* Honorary Director

Ronald T. Bernstein Founding Executive Director

To be a catalyst for improving the quality of life in Bucks County, Pa. We believe that:

• Grants and other financial support of selected private and public organizations encourage innovative problem-solving.

Dr. Joseph Stella Board Member Emeritus

Dr. Harry Klein* Honorary Director

Vision

Foundations Community Partnership

1456 Ferry Road, Suite 404 Doylestown, PA 18901 (O) 267-247-5584 | (F) 267-247-5598 info@fcpartnership.org | www.fcpartnership.org

Sean M. Schmid Chief Operating Officer, Penn Investment Advisors, Inc. Patricia Stern Smallacombe, Ph.D. Director of Grants, Bucks County Community College

We apologize for any inaccuracies or omissions that may have occurred in publishing this annual report. If you discover any inaccuracies, please bring them to our attention by calling (267) 247-5584 or e-mailing info@fcpartnership.org.

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2020 Annual Report  

Foundations Community Partnership supports the behavioral health and human service needs of children, young adults, and their families in Bu...

2020 Annual Report  

Foundations Community Partnership supports the behavioral health and human service needs of children, young adults, and their families in Bu...

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