The William Penn Foundation funds the restoration of water quality and aquatic habitats of the Delaware River and its tributaries. | Credit: Nicholas A. Tonelli
  • William Penn Foundation
    The William Penn Foundation helped launch the Delaware River Restoration Fund in 2013 to help community-based nonprofits and government agencies work together to clean up and restore polluted waters and improve habitat in the Delaware River watershed. The Fund will award at least $2 million per year in competitive grants, geographically focused on three priority strategies: stewardship of working lands; restoration of wetlands, floodplains and stream corridors; and promoting adoption of green infrastructure in urban/suburban landscapes.

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