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You can shape a stronger, healthier Coatesville community.

In the Greater Coatesville area, with some of Chester County’s poorest neighborhoods, our children, seniors, adults and youth lack the quality healthcare, mental health, behavioral health and social support services that they need.

Your single act of generosity will make a real difference. Your donations help with supporting general operating expenses, building a stronger nonprofit sector, and our implementing strategic initiatives that help with emergent and long term community challenges. Your donation supports these unprecedented times impacting our most disenfranchised children, families and other vulnerable groups.

How Your Donations Are Used

One Time & Recurring Gifts

One-Time Gifts help support a fund or initiative of your choice aimed at creating a healthy, inclusive and thriving Greater Coatesville community. Recurring Gifts allow you to become an ongoing advocate by making automatic monthly donations to provide the resources we need to keep striving for a better Coatesville. No gift is too small!

Community & Scholarship Funds

Direct your gift to a targeted Community or Scholarship fund where you will experience a tangible impact from your generous support.

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Community Funds

  1. Foundation Initiatives supports our Greening Coatesville Initiative that focuses on improving our parks and playgrounds.
  2. Friends Groups supports community members and leaders park and playground activities. You can select which park you would like support.
  3. Community Voice Initiatives that gives voice to community to solve long term systemic problems.
  4. McNeil Library supports literacy for young people.
  5. Healthcare and Economic Relief Fund supports our current community needs in response to the coronavirus.

Scholarship Funds

Scholarships encourages young people in our community to fulfill their dreams. The Alliance for Health Equity houses several nursing and college scholarship funds.

A full list of scholarships can be found below under the Available Funds section.

You can also contact Kimberly Daye Hardy, Strategy Officer at 610.380.9080, x107 or kdayehardy@alliancehealthequity.org to learn more details about our scholarships.

General Funds

Unrestricted Funds supports our daily operations through unrestricted gifts. Unified Giving supports diversity, equity and inclusion in giving. Click on Show More to view other types of general support such as Memorial/Honor Gifts, Stock Gifts, Planned Giving and Sponsorships.

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Other Types of General Support

  • Memorial/Honor or Celebration Gifts that honor a friend or family member, someone you love by giving a gift in their name that will have a lasting impact in this community where there is great need, yet great potential.
  • Stock Gift donations that has increased in value since you bought it more than a year ago – and if you itemize deductions — you can take a charitable deduction for the stock’s fair market value on the day you give it away. Gifts of stock can be made through Key Bank (formerly First Niagara Bank). The foundation’s DTC participant number is 2039 and the Agent Bank’s DTC number is 94952. For more information call 610-380-9080.
  • Planned Giving opportunities to create a legacy of health and the promise of a strong and vibrant future for our neighbors in the greater Coatesville Area. A legacy that you and your loved ones can feel good about.
    • Outright Gift of an Asset
      If you wish to make a gift to support The Alliance for Health Equity this year but are concerned about preserving your cash resources, consider a gift of an appreciated asset. A gift of securities, business interests or real estate can provide you with significant income and capital gains tax savings, often exceeding the benefits of a cash gift.
    • IRA Charitable Rollover
      Congress made permanent the law that allows people age 70½ or older who own an IRA to make cash gifts directly from their IRA to charity. For many people, this is the best tax-wise way to give. An IRA rollover gift will not be included in your taxable income and will qualify for your required minimum distribution.For more information on becoming a member of our legacy society or to discuss a planned gift, contact us at 610-380-9080 or via email.
    •  A current Estate Plan is vital to making sure your wishes are carried out and can help you leave a lasting personal legacy.  It’s easy to get started.  With just a little planning you can have peace of mind knowing you have taken care of your family and secured their future. To assist you with making or updating your future plans, we can provide you with our FREE Planning Your Legacy wills guide. Many of our supporters have found this guide useful in helping them think through their goals. To obtain a copy, please contact us.
  • Events and Sponsorship opportunities that support The Alliance for Health Equity’s activities and events where you can reap the added benefits of increased visibility and marketing opportunities while benefiting your community.

For more information about any of our Funds or other ways to give to The Alliance for Health Equity contact Dana Hieman, Chief Impact Officer at 620.380.9080, x 102 or dheiman@alliancehealthequity.org.

 

How To Give

Online

Use Our Secure Online Form

By Mail

To make a gift by mail, send check or money order made out to:
The Alliance For Health Equity
190 West Lincoln Highway Suite 201, Coatesville PA 19320

 

By Phone or Email

If you would like to speak to someone directly about making a gift to the Alliance For Health Equity, please contact Alyssa Kotzmann by phone at 610-380-9080 ext. 115 or via email at akotzmann@alliancehealthequity.org

The Alliance For Health Equity will never share your contact information with any other organization.

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Available Funds

Community Funds

  • Covid-19 Healthcare & Economic Relief
  • Coatesville Area Parks Project
  • Eastburn Community Service Award
  • McNeil Library
  • Community Voice
  • Unified Giving Circle
  • Friends of Palmer Park

Scholarship Funds

  • Alene McDermott Memorial Scholarship
  • Carolyn Branson Nursing Scholarship
  • James & Miguette Memorial Scholarship
  • Cardiac Rehab Nursing Scholarship
  • Harry Lewis Scholarship
  • Martha and Duane Boylayer Scholarship
  • Gunard Berry Carlson Nursing Fund

General Funds

  • Annual Gift
  • AHE Unrestricted Fund
  • Donor Pass Through
  • Fiscal Intermediary Support

Donor Partners

Foundation & Non-Profit Partners

Foundation & Non-Profit Partners
  • Anthony Genuardi Donor Advised Fund C/O Renaissance Charitable Foundation
  • CCCF Grantmaking Fund for Chester County Social Justice C/OA Fund of the Chester County
  • Community Foundation
  • Daignault Family Foundation
  • Director’s Grant Program of The Barra Foundation
  • J.P Morgan Securities Charitable Gift Fund C/O National Philanthropic Trust (NPT)
  • The 25th Century Foundation
  • Genuardi Family Foundation
  • Philadelphia Foundation
  • Phoenixville Community Health Foundation
  • The Gunard Berry Carlson Memorial Foundation Inc
  • Applestone Foundation
  • Claneil Foundation Inc.
  • Coatesville Area Senior Center
  • Coatesville Community Health Foundation
  • Connelly Foundation
  • Independence Public Media Foundation
  • Jewish Communal Fund
  • Network for Good Donor Advised Fund
  • Outreach Committee of Freedom Village Brandywine
  • St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
  • St. Anthony’s Lodge
  • The Barra Foundation
  • The Fund for Women and Girls
  • United Steelworkers Local Union 1165
  • United Way of Chester County and the Partnership to End Homelessness
  • United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey
  • Western Chester County Chamber of Commerce

Corporate Partners

Corporate Partners
  • AmeriHealth Caritas Services LLC
  • Breuninger Insurance
  • Citadel Federal Credit Union
  • Cleveland-Cliffs Steel LLC
  • Countryside Consulting Inc.
  • Fidelity Charitable Donor-Advised Fund c/o Michael G. Moore Gift Fund
  • Gawthrop Greenwood PC
  • Greg A. Vietri Inc.
  • Grove United Methodist Women
  • Honeybrook Golf Club
  • Jim & Sue Durborow, Vcus
  • KeyBank Foundation
  • Kimberly J. Brumbaugh, Brumbaugh Wealth Management, LLC
  • Mahmoud K. Effat, M.D.
  • Mary T. Hollaran Charitable Fund
  • PECO
  • Pennsylvania American Water
  • Presence Bank
  • Presence Bank, Oxford Office
  • Renaissance Charitable Foundation Inc.
  • Rhoads Energy
  • Sardella Eye Associates
  • Scott Sr. High School Class of 1955 Reunion
  • The Little Chef Family Restaurant
  • The Wright Agency

INDIVIDUAL DONORS

Individual Donors
  • A. Lynn Carter
  • Alyssa Kotzmann
  • Ami Trost
  • Amy and David Pollack
  • Anita M. Routzahn
  • Ann L. Jones
  • Ann Loughhead
  • Ann Marie Healy
  • Anne L. Hearn and Michael L. Temin
  • Barb Ammon
  • Barry S Rabin
  • Benjamin Schmaus
  • Beth Ruth
  • Betsy Walls
  • Bill Pierce
  • Bob & Dottie Ford
  • Bob and Lisa Marie Crane
  • Bocich Family
  • Brit Kay
  • Caitlin Wilkinson
  • Carol Cherry
  • Catherine Terpack
  • Chip Shannon
  • Christine Arasin
  • Christopher Pham and NIKE
  • Cindy Ray
  • Clifton Boyd
  • Dale & Betsy Krapf
  • Dana Heiman
  • Dave Tolbert
  • David and Janice England
  • Dennis R Johnson
  • Diana and Russell Munson
  • Diane Milici
  • Doris A. Grassi
  • Drinda Edge
  • Eileen and Edward Schiappa
  • Eileen E. Szkil
  • Elizabeth Kusek and NIKE
  • Elizabeth Silva Wood, Esq. and John C. Wood, M.D.
  • Fonz Newsuan
  • Frances Sheehan and Ricardo Gelman, MD
  • Franny and Franny Abbott
  • Gawthrop Greenwood, Pc
  • George and Tricia Carlino
  • Gerald Auman, VMD
  • Gerard Giess
  • Ghana P. Rowell
  • Gina Arasin
  • Guy Ciarrocchi
  • Gwendolyn Dickinson
  • Heather Kalck
  • Helen J. Esbenshade
  • Ian and Mary Mackinnon
  • Ida and Thomas Mcintyre
  • James Carrigan
  • James Logan
  • Jan Nolan
  • Jane Alexander
  • Janet B Johnson
  • Janny de Ruyter
  • Jeanne E. Franklin
  • Jeff Etter
  • Jere Stephano
  • Jill Beech
  • Jim and Barbara Drumheller
  • Joe & Sue Catanese
  • Joe Arasin
  • John Demillion
  • Judith D. Spangler
  • Julie Rusenko
  • Kate Hutelmyer
  • Katie Martin
  • Kenneth and Debra Goldblum
  • Kenneth Cangin
  • Kim and Jeff Pierce
  • Kimberly Dickinson
  • Kristen Bennett
  • Laura & Dave Leary
  • Laura and Marc McKenna
  • Linda & David Petrecca
  • Linda Klein
  • Linda O. Kerr
  • Loretta & Stanley Alston
  • Margaret and Dennis Pearsall
  • Margaret and Tom Rivello
  • Mark B Myers
  • Mary Ann Robinson
  • Mary Ann Rossi and Jeffrey Lewis
  • MaryKay Peterson
  • Matt Campion
  • Maureen A. Harrington
  • Megan Nikolai
  • Megan and Jason Alexander
  • Michael & Francine Jacoby
  • Michele Bregande
  • Mike Klaene
  • Mimi Gleason
  • Mjh
  • Monica A Kotzmann
  • Mr. and Mrs. Alan Jarvis, Esq.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Meade
  • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen Pryor
  • Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Travaglini
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mendenhall
  • Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moran
  • Mr. and Mrs. Paul Plourde
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. McNeil
  • Mr. and Mrs. Sam Radziviliuk
  • Mr. Christopher Alikakos and Ms. Margaret L. Boyer
  • Mr. J. Ross Kershey
  • Mr. Paul W. Givler, Jr. and Kathryn W. Trotta
  • Mr. Robert Rubincam
  • Mr. Mr. McKenna
  • Mr. Robert McGinley
  • Mr. Ryan E. Borneman
  • Mrs. Berniece Supplee
  • Mrs. Florence Goldfine and Ms. Natalie G. Asher
  • Mrs. Mary H. Ladd
  • Ms. Linda M. Root
  • Ms. Nancy Pitcherella
  • Ms. Rayne Yori
  • Ms. Sandra L Schneider
  • Ms. Silvia Washington
  • Nancy and Richard Hilton
  • Nancy Sabol Frantz
  • Nancy Wilson
  • Nelson and Patricia Yoder
  • Nicholas Torres
  • Nick Hoffman
  • Nina Pringle
  • Norah V Dixon
  • Oliver Bass
  • Pamela Depte
  • Pamela Smyth
  • Pat and Bob Brown
  • Pat Bush
  • Patricia Jones
  • Patrick and Kimberly Ann McDermott
  • Patrick Kavanagh
  • Patti Hudock
  • Paul A. Chandler
  • Peter Dimaio
  • Rev. Phoebe Kitson Davis and Douglas Kitson
  • Richard & Deborah Clark
  • Richard C Clark
  • Rita Ingersoll
  • Sam Slater
  • Sara Burhans
  • Sarah Cass
  • Schreiber Family
  • Scott A Neumann
  • Shannan Carlino
  • Shelley Durbanis
  • Shirley Rabin Cohen
  • Simon and Rebecca Brain
  • Sophia Hanson
  • Stacie Metz
  • Stephanie Duncan
  • Susan and Larry Hausman
  • Susan D. Miner
  • Susan Maron
  • Sylvia Y Lawrence
  • Tammy Dowley-Blackman Group, LLC
  • Tania Mann
  • Tara Callicoatte-Ringenwald
  • Teri Viljoen, Berkshire Hathaway Real Estate
  • Terry Brindle
  • Terry Maenza
  • The Galli Family
  • The Honorable and Mrs. Gregory Hines
  • The Roemer Foundation
  • Thomas E Buglio
  • Tim G & Robert M.
  • Trust of L. Howard Thompson
  • Vanessa B. Briggs
  • Vickie and Rick Berger
  • William Denson