Providing Charitable Opportunities to Local Organizations
The mission of the Alston-Beech Foundation is to operate exclusively for the charitable purpose of promoting social welfare by combating community deterioration in the North Central Philadelphia area.
The boundaries of the foundation are North to Lehigh Avenue; South to Spring Garden Avenue; East to 2nd Street; and West to 33rd Street. The foundation focuses its funding on committed 501 (c)(3) organizations working within the boundaries set forth. The maximum cap per grant is $2,000. Please click the link to access the grant proposal instructions.
Extending the Ability to Improve the Community to Fellow Organizations
The Alston-Beech Foundation (ABF) was created to provide small program grants to local nonprofit organizations whose mission is compatible with that of the ABF.
The grants provided will complement and foster other revitalization efforts that will ultimately improve the North Central Philadelphia community. Community reinvestment will make the difference between decay and growth; that is why it is essential for the foundation to provide funding opportunities to organizations that are providing needed programs or services to the area residents. If interested in applying for a grant, please click the link below to access the instructions and application.
The ABF was established in 2006 and was partly named after the founding president of Beech Interplex, Inc., Floyd W. Alston. The foundation recognizes his contribution as a humanitarian, as well as Beech's charitable involvement to the Cecil B. Moore community. Both Beech and Mr. Alston's vision of philanthropic giving has been paramount to the revitalization of the community and the foundation's mission will be consistent with the Beech Interplex philosophy of enhancing the urban environment.