Aldrich Foundation is committed to using its financial strength to bridge the gap between hard work and achievement, research and advancement, and sacrifice and appreciation.

About the Foundation

Founded in 2021 by William and Christine Greene, Aldrich Foundation is a private foundation committed to improving the lives of others through philanthropic giving. Our commitment to bringing about significant impact and enduring change in the areas of medical advancement, veteran initiatives, and educational equity drives our grant-making process.

Our Priorities

Veteran's Initiatives

Medical Research

Educational Equity

Compassion. Commitment. Community.

Aldrich Foundation invests in nonprofit organizations committed to working together to create lasting impact and change.

Our Grantees

Partnership with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) supporting pediatric cancer research.

Partnership with Thomas Jefferson University to support amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research.

Proud to support Tunnel to Towers Foundation and the Homeless Veterans Program.

Grant Inquiries

The Foundation funds qualified tax-exempt organizations that have a current section 501(c)3 status with the IRS. We seek to work with organizations whose work aligns with our investment priorities and who have proven capacity to effectively steward funds and achieve impactful, measurable results. If you feel your work is aligned with Aldrich Foundation’s key initiatives and would like to explore funding opportunities, please contact the Foundation via the form below.

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Who We Are

William Greene​


William is a veteran of the United States Navy and a Gulf War Veteran. Honorably discharged in 1995 after becoming service-disabled, he embarked on a career focused on Healthcare Technology and IT modernization for the Department of Veteran Affairs. During his 25-year career Bill founded several companies, most notably Liberty IT Solutions where he served as CEO until 2021.

Christine Greene​​


Christine is a retired high school English teacher who is passionate about working with at-risk students in grades K-12 to provide opportunity, access, and community support to pursue the educational outcomes all children deserve.

Caroline Blake


Caroline joined Aldrich Foundation in 2022 as Executive Director. With a 15-year career in financial services and wealth management, Caroline brings a strong business acumen to her role. She leads strategic direction for the foundation, working closely with grantees and the Board of Directors, to ensure alignment between the Foundation’s vision, grantmaking, and impact.