Our Mission

Founded in 2016, KTA Funding Hope Foundation is dedicated to providing financial assistance for both individuals and animals who are disadvantaged through no fault of their own. We passionately strive to inspire hope to help better their lives and spirits.

KTA Funding Hope is the charitable branch of Kistler-Tiffany Advisors. The foundation is located in Berwyn, Pennsylvania. Since our mission is to provide help, we don’t specifically limit where we might offer support. The foundation is more focused on how we can provide assistance versus where that assistance is needed.

Quest Therapeutic donation check presentation by Kistler Tiffany Advisors

Pictures above (L to R) are foundation board members Stephen R. Gothard,
Maureen Manion, and David Kovach, Foundation President.

KTA Funding Hope Donation to Quest Therapeutic’s

West Chester, PA – On Friday December 3, 2021, representatives from the Kistler-Tiffany Foundation presented a $5000 check to Quest Therapeutic’s. Quest Therapeutics specializes in providing exceptional pediatric therapy services for children with disabilities. While the services are offered in a variety of settings, the most notable is their state-of-the-art equestrian facility. Here they can offer Equine Assisted Therapy or Hippotherapy in their heated indoor arena. Quest as founded in 1996 by Sandy McCloskey who worked with six children once a week. Now 25 years later, Quest is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit working with 125 children a week. The goal at Quest is “to continuously advance pediatric therapies through teaching, research, clinical partnerships, and education.”

Coatesville Area Public Library check presentation

Pictured (L- R) are David S. Kovach, Foundation President,
foundation board members Maureen Manion and
Stephen R. Gothard, Penny Williams, Library Director
plus library volunteers.

KTA Funding Hope Donation to Coatesville Area Public Library

Coatesville, PA. – On Friday December 3rd, the Kistler-Tiffany Funding Hope Foundation presented the leadership of the Coatesville Area Public Library with a check for $10,000.00. This donation will help the library fully fund not only their summer reading program but also their community outreach. In addition to opportunities for reading, the library will also be able to provide drinks and snacks during story time. The library serves over 3,000 children each year. The KT Funding Hope Foundation funded the entire reading program for the year.

Kistler-Tiffany Funding Hope Foundation met at Martha’s Choice Marketplace and Community Farm.

Kistler-Tiffany Funding Hope Foundation met at Martha’s Choice Marketplace and Community Farm

Audubon, PA – On Friday March 18, 2022, board members from the Kistler-Tiffany Funding Hope Foundation met at Martha’s Choice Marketplace and Community Farm. The Foundation was there to donate $10,000.00 to help grow their garden program. In the picture below, this area will soon be transformed with 80 pergolas, a mushroom room, and 60 raised garden beds.

Eli Wenger, Director of Operations for Martha’s Choice stated the Kistler-Tiffany Funding Hope Foundation empowered Martha’s to begin its new Power Garden along the walking and learning Food Power Path. The Food Power Path empowers people through growing food and community all while having a little fun along the way. This year Martha’s Choice has a goal to grow and donate over 10,000 lbs. of food.

The Foundation board members (Kristine Moore, Maureen Manion, Steve Gothard, and Dave Kovach – presenting the check) were provided a tour of this amazing facility. Joining Eli Wenger were Patrick Walsh, Jesse Antonini, Sam Martino, and Dr. James Black, Director, Youth Services Division, Catholic Social Services.

Martha’s Choice is always looking for assistance if you think you might like to get involved. You’re invited to become one of Martha’s Miracles. Also, on Saturday May 14, 2022, Martha’s Choice is having a community day. There will be music, a dunk tank, and demonstrations about growing food. What, you don’t think that’s interesting? How about growing shitake mushrooms in logs instead of in the ground or their reforesting efforts using native Pennsylvania trees and shrubs. There’s something for everyone at Martha’s Choice. Stop by sometime and check it out. Martha’s Choice is across the street from the now shuttered St Gabriel’s Hall on Pawlings Road in Audubon, PA.

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We do thing differently as a non-profit organization. KTA Funding Hope operates as a non-profit organization providing donations directly to those in need.

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We appreciate your interest in the charity work KTA Funding Hope is doing to improve the lives and providing hope to individuals, families, and animals in our local community. If you have any comments or questions you’d like to share with us, please don’t hesitate to let us know.