Foundations Community Partnership provides $12,500 grant to Valley Youth House

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Featured Image: Fateemah Dedmon, Director Bucks & Montgomery Programming, Valley Youth House Harrison Fertig, Grants Officer, Valley Youth House

BETHLEHEM, PA (2/2/2023) – Valley Youth House is pleased to announce that Foundations Community Partnership has provided the organization with a generous grant of $12,500.

The funding, provided by Foundations Community Partnership, will help to strengthen Valley Youth House’s continuum of services in Bucks County, including the Synergy Project, Transitional Housing and Rapid Re-housing. These programs are vital in addressing behavioral health and wellness needs for high-risk youth.

“This funding will support wellness for individuals in our Bucks County programs,” said Harrison Fertig, Grants Officer at Valley Youth House. “It will ensure that our clients have access to adequate transportation, food and emergency supplies, as well as financial support for healthcare appointments, child care, and other activities,” he added.

Foundations Community Partnership (FCP) is a non-profit, private grant-making foundation that has been supporting the behavioral health and human service needs of children, young adults, and families in Bucks County, Pa. since 2007.


About Valley Youth House

Valley Youth House ( does more than just provide homes for Pennsylvania’s vulnerable, abused, and homeless youth. We partner with thousands of individuals each year to build a solid foundation for young people and their families. With dedicated street outreach, housing, counseling, skills training, health, prevention, and intervention services, we empower resilient young people in establishing promising futures.

Information provided to TVL by:
Sarah Pammer, M.A.
Communications Specialist