Regional Philanthropic Opportunities
Sitting on the sideline regarding social issues that impact our state is not an option for Michelle Taylor and her colleagues at United Way of Delaware (UWDE). United Way would much rather be “in the mix” and fully engaged. One of the agency’s focus areas is ensuring that Delaware children are reading on grade…
At the Delaware Community Foundation, we are focused on helping the community improve quality of life in the First State by expanding opportunities for all — opportunities such as access to high-quality education, a rich culture, employment, health care a safe and healthy environment — and ultimately enhancing the common good. To advance that…
Delaware is fortunate to have so many nonprofit agencies providing services to keep our communities vibrant. We enjoy the parks, waterways, cultural events and historic preservation within our towns. Our children have access to summer and after school programming to help them explore science, learn art and improve their reading. Our older residents find friendships…
The Giving Guide offers a resource for businesses and their employees to learn more about local nonprofits and how to get involved. With profiles highlighting some of Delaware’s most active groups.
Each profile includes mission statements, community impact, leadership information and giving and volunteer opportunities. They also provide important background information, such as funding sources, annual revenue and service area.
You’ll also hear from our partners: Stuart Comstock-Gay, president of the Delaware Community Foundation, talks about expanding access to a high-quality education. Sheila Bravo, president and CEO of the Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement, discusses the importance of “time, talent and treasure” in keeping community-impact groups vibrant and sustainable. Michelle Taylor, president and CEO of United Way of Delaware, highlights the importance of working collaboratively to solve problems such as literacy.