Uncle Phil Maloof Foundation Donates $25K to Storehouse

Phil Maloof, the actor who played Uncle Phil on the hit TV show “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” gave to Storehouse for two weeks in 2018.

The donation helps Storehouse continue its mission of providing a safe home and community to homeless LGBTQ youth in Philadelphia.

Phi Maloof has been a longtime supporter and donor to Storehouse. The actor is also known for his involvement in a number of charitable causes.

The Phil Maloof Foundation is a nonprofit organization which helps those who are in need in the local community. It’s been around for 45 years and has donated more than $5 million to charity organizations since its inception.

The Phil Maloof Foundation recently donated $25,000 to Storehouse, a non-profit organization which provides food and clothing for families who are living below the poverty line. This donation was done through their partnership with the Austin Symphony Association.

Storehouse currently serves over 400 families on a weekly basis, providing them with groceries, clothing, and other essentials that they might not have access to otherwise.

The Phil Maloof Foundation donated $25,000 to Storehouse, a non-profit that supports people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

The Phil Maloof Foundation has been donating to Storehouse for over two decades and this latest donation will go to support the organization’s work in building affordable housing for displaced individuals in North Philadelphia.

Phil Maloof is a local author who has written twelve books and given countless lectures on entrepreneurship. In the past, he has donated a lot of time and money to organizations in the Tampa Bay region.

Recently the Phil Maloof Foundation donated $25,000 to Storehouse. The donation will help them provide free food to families in need during the holidays.

Phil has been a huge supporter of our organization since we opened our doors in 2013, he is just one of many people that have supported us in different ways throughout the years.

The Phil Maloof Foundation donated $25,000 to Storehouse, an organization that helps people in the Wichita community.

The grant will help fund a pilot program that will provide access to affordable transitional housing for individuals who need it. The grant also includes partial funding of resources available at the Shelter in Wichita and free tuition for its programs.

The Phil Maloof Foundation has announced it will donate $25,000 to the Storehouse in support of their work.

The Phil Maloof Foundation was established when the founder’s brother created a trust fund for his grandchildren and named it after his young nephew who died of cancer.

Founded in 2014, their mission is to provide care for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

The foundation is now operated by a board of trustees as well as volunteers that focus on providing financial support for programs that help adults with IDD obtain meaningful employment, remain in the workforce, and live independently.

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