Profiles in Philanthropy


2021 Profiles

Check out the Profiles in Philanthropy featured in County Lines’ 2021 Charity Datebook by clicking on the image or text below! View all of the 2020 profiles here or view the full March 2021 edition here.

Mike & Nancy Pia

What are you doing with what you’ve been given?

Kenneth & Moira Mumma

Nurture community by celebrating the power of film and the performing arts.

Bill & Melissa Hostetter

A pandemic can’t stop their mission or services.

Irving Friedlander

To contribute to the quality of life for all people…

Jim & Robin McErlane

Transforming the idea of aging…

Bob & Jennifer McNeil

They work from their hearts.

Donna & Tom Urian

It starts with a home.

Tali Levine

Homelessness affects everything from mental health and education to finances and relationships.

Mike & Molly DeStanis

Building an environment of love and inclusion..


2020 Profiles

Check out the Profiles in Philanthropy featured in County Lines’ March 2020 Charity Datebook by clicking on the image or text. View all of the 2020 profiles here. View the full March 2020 edition here.

Kimberly Brumbaugh

“We’re proud to support [The Whitford Charitable Fund’s] mission each year.”

The DeHaven Family

“We all have a vested interest in the success of our community & firmly believe in the importance of giving back.”

The Kalogredis Family

“We believe everyone deserves the opportunity to thrive.”

The Kunsch Family

“The smile you receive from a child or a thankful person is one of the best feelings in the world.”

The Morris Family

“It’s our honor to continue to shine Nick’s light on a world and a college he loved so much…through the Nicholas MacElree Memorial Fund.”

The Sammarone Family

“We felt a strong yearning to be part of such a vibrant downtown community.”

Alice Thomas

“I always want to give our students a positive identity at the school – to make sure they realize they can do anything anyone else can do.”

In Memory of Penny Wilson

“Penny has raised the bar for many in our community, inspiring us to new heights. For that, Chester County is eternally grateful.”

In memory of Betty Moran

“As a leading philanthropist and active volunteer, she left behind an extraordinary legacy of giving back.”