As the network that links philanthropy in all its forms across the state, Philanthropy Delaware exists to provide information, education, networking, and collaboration opportunities to individuals, corporations, and foundations who make significant charitable contributions in Delaware.
Philanthropy Delaware serves those philanthropies whose primary mission is to actively fund the work of the nonprofit sector in the state of Delaware.
Who Can be a Member of Philanthropy Delaware?
Philanthropies: Public and private foundations, corporations, and individuals who give over $20,000 annually in Delaware and/or is incorporated in Delaware. (Click here for a detailed description of a Philanthropic Membership).
Institutions: Granting, community development, or giving advisory arms of universities and colleges, distinct corporate sectors, and state or government entities. (Click here for a detailed description of an Institutional Membership).
Advisors: Businesses that provide financial, legal, insurance, grantmaking consultation, information technology, trust, and investment support and services to philanthropic organizations. (Click here for a detailed description of a Advisor Membership).
Subscribers: Individuals or organizations with an interest in keeping abreast of state and national philanthropy, or grant and fundraising consultants. (Click here for a detailed description of a Subscriber Member).