Board Chair Terry M. Limpert Honors the Spirit of Felton

In the two decades of service as Board Chair and head of the Governance and Human Resources Committee, Terry M. Limpert has worked tirelessly in lending his expertise and guidance to Felton Institute. Over the years, he has been part of the many exciting changes and...

A Compassionate Ear: A History of San Francisco Suicide Prevention

In 1962, a red telephone in the basement of a Polk Street tattoo parlor in San Francisco became a lifeline for those contemplating suicide. Answering the distressed callers was Bernard Mayes, a gay, British Episcopalian priest and correspondent for the BBC. Alarmed at...

How “Postvention” Can Change the Way We Approach Social Services

You have likely heard the expression “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” In recent decades, social services have been appropriately shifting their focus towards upstream solutions to community issues. This shift is a crucial change in how nonprofits,...

Felton Fosters a Cradle-to-College Pipeline and Beyond

For over fifty years, Felton Institute has fostered the educational endeavors of children and their families who have limited access to financial resources. These communities are far too often negatively impacted by disparities in education as well as institutional...