The Christopher Ludwick Foundation

The Christopher Ludwick Foundation

2023-2024 Grant Awards

Grants awarded by the Christopher Ludwick Foundation generally range from $2,500 to $5,000, with a very few exceeding $5,000. For the 2023-2025 year, the Foundation awarded a total of $274,550 to the following organizations:

1812 Productions – Theater education

The Academy of Natural Sciences – Science camp scholarships

Achieve Now – Power Partners program

Allens Lane Art Center – Summer Camp

Artistas Musicos Latino Americanos – Latin performing arts school

Artwell – We the Poets

ASAP/After School Activities Partnerships – After-school & summer enrichment

Astral Artists – Classroom Classics

Awbury Arboretum Association – Environmental education

Big Picture Alliance – Digital media program

Breakthrough of Greater Philadelphia – Middle School summer program

Cambodian Assn. of Greater Philadelphia – After-school and summer camp

Centro Nueva Creacion – Grito de Lares program

Children's Village – K-7 enrichment

The Clay Studio – Ceramics art education

College Possible Philadelphia – College admission and follow-up support

College Prep at Penn Charter – College prep

Cornerstone Christian Academy – Extended day program

Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships – Dance program

Episcopal Community Services – Tutoring

ESF Dream Camp Foundation – Literacy program

The Fabric Workshop and Museum – Studio art education

Federation Early Learning Services – Summer camp

Fleisher Art Memorial – Community arts partnership

The Food Trust – Healthy Kindergarten initiative

The Franklin Institute – Student Access

The Free Library of Phila. Foundation – Read by 4th program

Fresh Artists – “Cool Jobs” for 7th graders

Healthy Newsworks

Heights Philadelphia – College access and support

Historic Fair Hill – School library support

Horizons at Greene Street Friends School – Summer enrichment

International Ballet Exchange – Ballet classes in schools

Joyful Readers

Mann Center for the Performing Arts – Music education

Mercy Neighborhood Ministries – STEM program grades 4-8

Mighty Writers – Literacy & writing program

Monell Chemical Senses Center – Science apprenticeships

Moore College of Art and Design – After-school arts

Music Will

Musicopia – String orchestra

Need in Deed – Community issues exploration, grades 3-8

Norris Square Neighborhood Project – Youth urban farming program

North Light Community Center – Summer camp

Penn Museum – Unpacking the Past

Pennsylvania Society for Biomedical Research – Science program, research, coaching

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine – Summer Academy

Philadelphia Education Fund – College access

Philadelphia Robotics Coalition Inc.

Young Playwrights – Playwrighting

Play On Philly – After-school music education

The Print Center – Artists-in-Schools

Project Home – Enrichment, K-12

Reading Allowed

Rock to the Future – MusiCore, Kensington & Germantown

The School District of Philadelphia – Emergency funds

Schuylkill Center for Environmental Ed. – Program support

Scribe Video Center, Inc. – Documentary history program

Settlement Music School – Pathways Program

Stenton, The National Foundation of The Colonial Dames in Pennsylvania – History Hunters program

Temple Univ. Music Preparatory Division – Community Music Scholars

Theatre Exile – Paper Wings program

Vetri Community Partnerships

Wagner Free Institute of Science – Science education

West Phila. Alliance for Children (WePAC) – Access to books, literacy

The Wilma Theater

Wyck Association – Community outreach for children



The Christopher Ludwick Foundation, P.O. Box 1313, 16 North Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
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