Volpe Koenig IPromise Charitable Giving Fund to Gift $40K to Local Nonprofit
Application for the 2023 grant opens June 12 and closes August 18
PHILADELPHIA, PA, June 12, 2023 – Volpe Koenig, Philadelphia’s largest law firm dedicated solely to the practice of intellectual property, is pleased to announce it is now accepting applications through August 18, 2023 for the 16th annual IPromise Charitable Giving Fund (IPromise) grant competition, which will provide one Philadelphia area nonprofit with a $40,000 grant. The application can be accessed here.
To qualify, nonprofits must meet the award criteria, which includes but is not limited to the following:
- In operation for at least two years
- Headquartered in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Burlington, Camden or Gloucester counties
- Less than $10 million annual operating budget
- Falls within one of the following categories:
- Arts, Culture and Humanities
- Community Development
- Education and Research
- Environment and Animals
- Health, Human Services & Youth Development
- Veteran Services
The full eligibility requirements can be found here. Previous recipients include the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society (PAWS), the Bethesda Project, Minds Matter of Philadelphia and Kisses for Kyle Foundation.
All Philadelphia area nonprofits meeting the criteria are strongly encouraged to apply for consideration. Funds will be disbursed in December.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, or to request additional information.
Established by Volpe Koenig in 2007, IPromise supports qualifying Greater Philadelphia area nonprofit organizations by assisting in continuing their missions and establishing new programs. Previously comprised of two grants worth $20,000 each, the 2023 IPromise grant will award one eligible nonprofit the entire $40,000. To date, IPromise has awarded $600,000 to grant recipients.
About Volpe Koenig
Volpe Koenig provides worldwide client counseling on patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, due diligence, licensing and enforcement of intellectual property rights. The firm’s attorneys, agents and technical advisors have expertise in a wide range of industries and serve a diverse roster of U.S. and multinational clients. The firm produces the “IP Goes Pop!” podcast, which explores the interface between intellectual property law and popular culture for both the professional and layperson audience. For additional info visit vklaw.com