We are a philanthropic organization proud to launch a brand-new name, logo, and an entirely new look as part of our ongoing evolution. Join us in this milestone as we continue to strive to advance a more equitable, resilient, and healthy community for all residents of the Greater Coatesville area.
Thanksgiving is around the corner, and The Alliance for Health Equity wants to share our appreciation of our community. We are giving away pies Nov 23rd as a small token of thanks during the Thanksgiving season.
The Red Umbrella Response Fund continues to meet the needs of families and individuals impacted by Hurricane Ida. Check out our recent blog about the generosity of many individuals, foundations and corporations. It’s not too late to DONATE to the Reb Umbrella Response Fund
WATCH A MESSAGE ABOUT OUR NEW BRAND
Vanessa B. Briggs
President and CEO
The Alliance for Health Equity
New Name & Look, Same Commitment to Better Serve our Community
For 20 years, we’ve supported local nonprofit organizations to address health equity issues among communities that need it most. But times are changing. And so are we.
The Brandywine Health Foundation is proud to launch a brand new name, logo, and an entirely new look as part of our ongoing evolution. Introducing The Alliance for Health Equity, Strengthening Communities!
This marks a significant milestone in our 20-year journey, providing an opportunity to reflect on everything that the original Brandywine Health Foundation brand and mission stood for—and everything that we aspire to become as we move forward into an exciting future.
2020-2022 Strategic Plan
Building on existing assets within the Greater Coatesville helps to reshape our community for greater equality and lasting change. This provides the underpinning of our strategic plan that enables us to carry out core activities. Our Strategic Plan strives to:
- Improve health and racial inequities
- Build community power to make decisions that improves community health
- Foster collaboration and partnerships
- Support transformational community change