First Hospital Foundation Serves as an Example of Efficacious Giving

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supporting immigrant-serving agencies during a year of unprecedented challenges

Nationalities Service Center is pleased to announce that it is the recipient of a $50,000 rapid response grant from the First Hospital Foundation for general operating purposes. This incredibly generous grant not only demonstrates the Foundation’s ongoing commitment to Philadelphia’s immigrants and refugees, but also to their dedication to supporting immigrant-serving agencies during a year of unprecedented challenges.

NSC would like to extend heartfelt thanks to the Rapid Response Grant Committee and staff of the First Hospital Foundation for this grant. Thank you!

About First Hospital Foundation:

The First Hospital Foundation supports nonprofit organizations that work to improve the health and well-being of vulnerable and underserved populations in Philadelphia. The foundation seeks opportunities to eliminate health disparities that enable people to feel their quality of life has improved. They invest in high-quality care and services that are adaptable to a changing environment and to the needs of a diverse population. The Foundation believes that working collaboratively with others increases the collective ability to advance knowledge in the field and make a positive difference in the health of vulnerable populations.