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Helping Children &
Families in stressful
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Sponsored by:
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
Fox & Roach Realtors®
and The Trident Group

It is thanks to the voluntary donations made by BHHS Fox & Roach/Trident, our sales associates and employees and the Board of Trustees that Fox & Roach/Trident Charities has donated over $6 million to more than 250 non-profits. More »


14th Annual Backpack Challenge, July 2019

Thank you BHHS Fox & Roach and The Trident Group sales associates, employees, executives, families, friends, clients and sponsors who came together to set a new record for this year’s backpack drive.

Between backpack donations and cash contributions we were able to acquire 7,534 filled backpacks for children in need throughout Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania! That represents over $106,000 in monetary contributions and 2,200 physical filled backpacks! More »

Respond, Inc. 50th Anniversary Celebration

Fox & Roach/Trident Charities is proud to be the honorary chair of Respond, Inc.’s 50th Anniversary Celebration. Please join us in honoring Respond’s 50 years of service helping people help themselves in the city of Camden, N.J.
Respond brings together people of all ages and walks of life to build a community able to overcome deeply rooted challenges. Fox & Roach/Trident Charities has supported Respond’s many worthy programs for 18 years, addressing homelessness, children’s education, vocation training and so much more. More »

Children’s Education Technology Follow-on Grants

In honor of Fox & Roach/Trident Charities 20th Anniversary to be celebrated in 2015, the Board of Trustees awarded grants totaling $150,000 for technology advancement in children’s education to three separate organizations at the end of 2014. $50,000 was disbursed to each of three area educational organizations: The Gesu School in North Philadelphia, PA, Respond, Inc. in Camden, NJ and West End Neighborhood House and Hilltop Lutheran Neighborhood Center in Wilmington, DE. The funds were used to purchase, upgrade and expand educational technology and thereby transform the learning environment for children that would not otherwise have access to these tools.

Furthering the commitment to giving children in difficult life circumstances access to education technology, the Board approved $45,000 in follow-on grants at the end of 2015. $15,000 was given to each of the three schools to continue to deploy transformational technologies to their students. More »

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