The Collective Force of Businesses & Foundations Partnering with Nonprofits to Serve the Greater Good

Members. Affiliates. Partners

Businesses, Foundations and the Nonprofits they support-changemakers all.

A network of leaders accessing cutting-edge information, sharing best practices,

and creating an evolving discussion on how to build better communities

through corporate-nonprofit partnerships.

Businesses and Foundation Members in Alpha Order

Aberdeen Standard Investments
Alike Foundation
Almo Corporation
Aqua America
Ash Family Foundation
Bank of America
Bayada Home Healthcare International, Inc.
Boyds Philadelphia
Brookwood, Inc.
Brownstein Group
Bryn Mawr Trust
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC
Campus Apartments, Inc.
Citizens Bank
Citrin Cooperman
Comcast NBC Foundation
Concierge Insurance Solutions, Inc.
Conservest Capital Advisors
Contract Pharmacy Services
D&H Distributing
David & Marjorie Rosenberg Family Foundation
Dena & Morey Goldberg Family Fund
Differential Venture Partners
Don Caldwell Philanthropies
Enon Tabernacle Business Foundation
Enterprise Holdings
Firstrust Bank
Giant Food Stores, LLC
Gwynn Philanthropies
Healthcare Administrative Partners USA
History Making Productions
Osagie O. Imasogie Philanthropy
Independence Asset Advisors
Janney Montgomery Scott LLC
JP Morgan Chase
Kahan Family Fund
Lenfest Foundation
Lincoln Investment Companies
Main Line Health
Mark & Paula Solomon Family Philanthropies
Martin’s Snacks
McCormick Taylor
MCS Industries Inc.
Mill Creek Capital Advisors
MKM Foundation
Morgan Stanley
PA Health & Wellness
Paris Corporation
Philadelphia Flyers Charities
Philadelphia 76ers
Progressive Business Publications
PRWT Services, Inc.
Richard & Susan Master Family Foundation
Sabre Systems
Sandmeyer Steel
Stan & Arlene Ginsburg Family Foundation
Stradley Ronon
Tansey Family Fund
Tozour Energy Systems
UGI Corporation
UGI Utilities, Inc.
United Healthcare
Vertex, Inc.
Wells Fargo
Wohlsen Construction Company Foundation

Nonprofit Affiliate Members in Alpha Order <

Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania
Alphacare West
American Heart Association
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
American Technion Society (2)
Anti-Defamation League
Art Museum of Philadelphia
Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Region (3)
Boys & Girls Club of Easton
Boys and Girls Club of Philadelphia
Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools
Caron Foundation
CB Community School
Center for Literacy
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (3)
CHOP Homeless Health Initiatives
City Year (2)
Cook-Wissahickon Elementary School
Cradles to Crayons
Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School (3)
Drueding Center
Education Law Center
Enon Summer Camp
Feast of Justice
Fisher House at Andrews Air Force Base
Food Bank of Delaware
Foreign Policy Research Institute
Fox School of Business, Temple University
Franklin Institute (3)
Free Library of Philadelphia
Freedom Valley YMCA
Friends of Yemin Orde
Freire Schools
Gan Israel Camp of Greater Philadelphia
Gesu School (3)
Grayson School
Hillel at Drexel University
Inis Nua Theatre Company
JEVS Human Services
Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia
Jewish Family Services of the Lehigh Valley
Jewish Heritage Programs
Jewish Nonprofit Initiatives
Junior Achievement of Southeastern PA
Keystone Kidspace
Lancaster County Day School
Learn Fresh
Liberty USO
Main Line Chamber of Commerce Foundation
Messiah College
Michael’s Way
Middle East Forum
Museum of the American Revolution (2)
National Liberty Museum (2)
National Urban League (2)
Neumann University
New York Cares
Penn State Brandywine
Penn State Scranton
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Philabundance (3)
Princeton Theological Seminary
Project HOME
Shipley  School
Special Olympics
Steppingstone Scholars, Inc.
Teach for America
Teen Sharp
Teen Warehouse
The Joseph Fund
United Way of Berks County
University of the Arts (3)
Urban Affairs Coalition
Urban League of Philadelphia (2)
Urban Promise
Walnut Street Theatre
World Affairs Council of Philadelphia (3)
York Academy
"I think that perhaps the most dramatic change is the one that has been initiated by the Satell Institute to get business leaders working together to commit their organization in a very meaningful way to CSR. I believe this is the first really concerted effort to unify the business community behind CSR. Prior to this time, everyone did their own thing and there was some effort to bring people together, but nothing as successful as what the Satell Institute has done in a very short period of time."
Bill sasso
Chairman, Stradley Ronon
“I also love the research that is being done by the Institute and the whitepapers it publishes. I think of Corporate Social Responsibility as a good infection. A lot of good businesses follow great examples. What the Satell Institute is doing by raising the profile of Corporate Social Responsibility is creating a consciousness for businesses to understand that when you put the business community together with the nonprofit community, you really do have a great place to be."
Siobhan Reardon
CEO, Free Public Library of Philadelphia
“I like the feeling I get that I’m not alone, that other CEOs in the area feel as strongly as I do about CSR. I like to hear other CEOs discuss their experiences with CSR and why they made their choices. The ideas we exchange at meetings are invaluable. By partnering together, we make a more dramatic effect on the communities we’re trying to help. I also like the educational wing of the Satell Institute. We get incredible research and information that simply isn’t available elsewhere."
Joe Dougherty
CEO & Managing Director, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC

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