2021 Dockstader Foundation Grant Recipients

The Dockstader Foundation has awarded 14 grants totaling $147,000 for environmental projects that benefit Southern Chester County, Pennsylvania for 2021. The grants rang from $1,000 to $30,000 for various projects and activities including community gardens, environmental educational programs, and natural playgrounds and trails.

The Dockstader Foundation will also award between $16,000 and $20,000 in college scholarships to local high school seniors.

The Dockstader Foundation Board of Directors congratulates the fourteen grant recipients and scholarship winners and expresses its sincere thanks to these willing partners who are making the effort to improve the environment in southern Chester County.


Borough of Oxford, Rain Barrel Initiative in the Borough                             $7,000

Brandywine Conservancy, Agricultural Best Mgt. Practices                         $30,000

Brandywine Red Clay Alliance, Restoration Plan Lower Red Clay Creek   $16,500

Coatesville Youth Initiative, Environmental Camp Quiet Thunder              $1,000

Friends of New Garden Trails, Restoration/Maintenance of Trails               $2,500

Kennett Area Park Authority, Equipment for Old Landfill Restoration        $21,000

Londonderry Township, Improvements to their Woodlands Park                $6,000

Natural Lands, Invasive Plant Species Removal, and Inventory                    $7,000

Oxford Area Recreation Authority, Natural Playground and Trail                 $6,500

Oxford SILO, Community Garden                                                              $7,500

Penn Township, Environmental Education Center and Trails                        $7,500

Stroud Water Research Center, Mobile Education Lab for Schools                $20,000

TLC of So. Chester County, Environmental Education Program                    $7,000

White Clay Watershed Association, Green Infrastructure Project                   $7,500