Welcome to The Honickman Foundation, dedicated to the support of projects
that promote the arts, health, education, social change and heritage.
We fund a small group of issues and organizations where we feel we can truly
make a difference. We look for projects in the community where we can work
collaboratively and where we can be hands-on and stay very engaged.
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Did you know that food could be medicine?
MANNA has served countless Philadelphians with medically appropriate meals for more than three decades. And now, MANNA
is revolutionizing healthcare with the MANNA Model. It combines the healing power of therapeutic meals with personalized
nutrition education, improving clients' health and increasing the quality and stability of their lives.
The evidence-based MANNA Model prevents adverse health outcomes and costly healthcare utilization among clients, all of whom face at least on severe illness.
Keystone Courage Award Recipient · Bob Casey
The Keystone Courage Award will be presented to Senator Bob Casey on May 4, 2021. Senator Casey is one of the strongest voices taking a stand against gun violence. He is a sponsor of common-sense gun safety legislation, including the Background Check Expansion Act, the Disarm Hate Act, the Assault Weapons Ban, and Extreme Risk Protection Order legislation. He is also the co-author of the Resources for Victims of Gun Violence Act to help victims get access to the legal, medical, and financial support they need after a tragedy.
2021 APR/Honickman First Book Prize · Natasha Rao
We are happy to announce that Natasha Rao has been selected as the 2021 APR/Honickman First Book Prize winner for her manuscript, Latitude. Chosen by guest judge Ada Limón from over 1,000 submissions, the book will be published in September 2021 and will be distributed by Copper Canyon Press through Consortium.
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