"Our hope is to build a network of community collaborations and inspire others to embark on their own philanthropic journeys."

Pam Lynch, Director of Community Service

Grant Eligibility

  • Applicants must have 501(c) (3) status and either 509(a)(1) or 509 (a)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code
  • Organization must align with our Foundation's Mission

Please note:

The Danaher Lynch Family Foundation does not make grants to Political Action Committees or Political candidates or campaigns.

At this time the Danaher Lynch Family Foundation does not accept unsolicited requests for funding. Submission of grant proposals is by invitation only.

Who We Support

The Danaher Lynch Family Foundation supports programs in the larger community that provide learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom. The focus of our grant-making is to raise community awareness and through confidence building, unleash the potential of people in our community.

Grant Recipients


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Conwell-Egan Catholic High School
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Holy Family Regional Catholic School
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Independence Mission Schools
Our Lady of Grace School
Faith in the Future


Franklin Institute

Provides students and educators with interactive STEM exhibits, activities and programs.

Click here for daily science lessons!

Delaware Shakespeare

Connect youth with larger society and promotes positive life choices through workshops on Shakespeare's characters and their choices.

Click here to listen to daily Shakespeare Sonnets!

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Teaches young women about positive personal values, assertive communication and healthy relationships.

Click here for daily challenges to help you connect with friends and family!

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Nurtures and empowers youth through the performing arts, including new works, live performances and extensive outreach.

Click here to watch MorDance's 2018 performance of "Fats Waller Rhythm" with commentary from Artistic Director Morgan McEwan and her dancers!

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Project HOME

Offers comprehensive services, including housing, medical, education and employment training, to break the cycle of homelessness and help people attain their fullest potential.

Project HOME is seeking volunteers to help provide groceries (via an online delivery service) to a few of their residents. These residents experienced chronic homelessness in the past but are now living in one of Project HOME's residences. Please click here if you would like to shop for a Project HOME resident!

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