Staunton Farm Foundation is dedicated to improving the lives of people who live with mental illness and/or substance use disorders. The Foundation works to enhance behavioral health treatment and support by advancing best practices through grant making to non-profit organizations in ten southwestern Pennsylvania counties: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence, Washington, Westmoreland.
Investing in a future where behavioral health is understood, supported, and accepted.
Established as a family foundation in 1937, Staunton Farm Foundation exists thanks to the wishes of Matilda Staunton Craig (known as Aunt Daisie), who wanted her estate to be used to benefit people with mental illness. Following the direction set in her will and in response to current needs, Staunton Farm Foundation Trustees make grants to support treatment, services, and systems improvements for children, youth, and adults with behavioral health issues. Learn more about Aunt Daisie and the history of Staunton Farm Foundation by downloading this brief history.
*Staunton Farm Foundation family members.