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AARP Has Video

Philadelphia, PA
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Dedicated to Enhancing Quality of Life for All As We Age Through Advocacy & Information

Bethesda Project

Philadelphia, PA
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Bethesda Project is a non-profit that provides shelter, housing, and programs reaching out to chronically homeless men and women.

Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA
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Promoting Bicycling as a Healthy & Environmentally Friendly Form of Transport

The Bradley Foundation Minority Owned Business

Philadelphia, PA
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Bradley Foundation, Inc. has serviced the Tri-State area for over ten years, in promoting after-school programming for inter-city youth, providing interactive workshops to assist with utility payments and money management as well as affordable housing with potential home ownership for low to moderate income families. Our mission is simple: we empower through Teaching and Building our Future, to become influential investors within the communities in which they live.

Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools (BLOCS) Has Video

King of Prussia, PA
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Enlist Financial Support For Needy Students In The Archdiocese of Philadelphia

CASA of Philadelphia County

Philadelphia, PA
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The mission of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Philadelphia is to train and support community volunteers to advocate for the health, safety, stability and webb-being of abused and neglected children.

Communities In Schools of Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA
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Educational Partnership, Services For Students in the School District of Philadelphia.

Covenant House Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA
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Covenant House Pennsylvania (CHPA) opened in Philadelphia in June of 1999. This year we celebrate 15 years of service to homeless youth in the greater Philadelphia area. We are an independent affiliate of Covenant House International, established over 40 years ago in response to a growing crisis of homelessness among urban youth in America. Since then, the entire organization has evolved into one of the most prominent and trusted child welfare organizations in the world, currently sponsoring 21 affiliate locations throughout the United States, Canada, and Latin America

The majority of the kids who stay at Covenant House have no other place to go. Their only “alternatives” are the streets, the alleys, the abandoned houses, the subways. For some, their life at home was destroyed by parental substance abuse, abandonment or break-up. For others, their “family life” consisted of a series of placements in unstable foster homes where structured behavior could hardly be imagined. For most, when they became eighteen and were no longer eligible for financial support from the government, they were told to leave.

Our mission is based on the principle of serving youth in crisis with “absolute respect and unconditional love” and “to protect and safeguard all children.” We abide by a policy of open intake, which means that any youth in need of help is admitted the first time, no questions asked, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

We do not provide a “hand-out” or a “quick fix” to youth in crisis, but rather provide them with practical tools to end the chronic cycle of homelessness. We meet not only immediate needs such as shelter, food and clothing but also provide innovative solutions that address long-term concerns, including transitional housing, health care, educational programs, and vocational preparedness. Since our establishment in 1999, CHPA has served over 32,000 youth in crisis. This year alone, we will serve more than 3,800 young people.

Cradle of Liberty Council, BSA

Wayne, PA
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Youth Development & Character Education

Duffy Books in Homes USA

Philadelphia, PA
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Duffy Books in Homes USA (DBiH-USA) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation created for the sole purpose of providing an outstanding literacy opportunity for elementary school students.


510 Walnut St 13th Floor Suite C
Philadelphia
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DVAEYC / Delaware Valley Association for the Education of Young Children

Philadelphia, PA
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The Voice of Early Childhood Education.

Eastern Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Transportation

Philadelphia, PA
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Prompting Use & Infrastructure for Alternative Fuel Vehicles

Gift of Life Donor Program

Philadelphia, PA
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Gift of Life is the Region's Organ & Tissue Donor Program

Girl Scouts of Eastern Pa. Has Video

Philadelphia, PA
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Serving Girls Between The Ages of 5 & 17

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance Has Member Discount

Philadelphia, PA
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Non Profit, Culture, Newsletter, Advocacy

Habitat for Humanity

Philadelphia, PA
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Build & Rehabilitates Houses & Neighborhoods by Providing Simple, Decent, Affordable Homes in Partnership with Families in need

KenCrest Has Video

Blue Bell, PA
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Developmental Disabilities Services, Non Profit, Autism Spectrum Services, est. 1905, operating throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania and Delaware, and in Connecticut, locations in 400 communities, faith-based

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

Philadelphia, PA
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Knight Foundation supports transformational ideas that promote quality journalism, advance media innovation, engage communities and foster the arts. We believe that democracy thrives when people and communities are informed and engaged.

The Moyer Foundation

Philadelphia, PA
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Children, Non-Profit, Bereavement, Addiction, Support, Group, Summer Camp

Neighborhood and Economic Development Minority Owned Business

Philadelphia, PA
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AKBAR INC has launched a new initiative–Neighborhood and Economic Development (NED)–an initiative prioritizing the advancement of community development, financial literacy and economic inclusion in vulnerable communities.
NED has three principal programs:

Home Conservation Program (HCP)

Blight Mitigation Program (BMP)

Financial Services (FS)

NED has an independent non-profit 501 (c) 3 that offers an intense service-based financial literacy program that teaches community residents financial behavior that increases buying power for homeownership and community driven goals.

Nueva Esperanza Inc. Minority Owned Business

Philadelphia, PA
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Non Profit organization serving local Philadelphia region, national and International Hispanic and underserved communities providing education, economic and workforce development.

Ogontz Avenue Revitalization Corporation (OARC)

Philadelphia, PA
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Ogontz Avenue Revitalization Corporation (OARC) is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) community development corporation founded in 1983 by a group of community leaders and Pennsylvania State Representative Dwight Evans. OARC's mission is to create and stimulate sustainable economic development through innovative and creative use of our available resources while improving the quality of life for residents in West Oak Lane and other neighborhoods throughout the Northwest section of Philadelphia.

We take a holistic approach toward community revitalization, by focusing on our Five Pillars: Economic Development, Business Development, Community Relations, Sustainable Greening, and Arts and Culture.

From the very beginning, OARC realized there was a need to give Ogontz Avenue a new look, a new feel. We started working with community leaders and various organizations to encourage new business development and home ownership in West Oak Lane, and share in our vision to revitalize our neighborhood. More than 30 years later, the fruits of our labor can still be seen in the mix of businesses that exist here; including a variety of service and retail shops, a fine dining restaurant featuring live jazz, a number of take-out food establishments, civic and political organizations, and churches.

OARC has expanded its successful revitalization model to other commercial corridors in the Northwest including: Stenton Avenue and Washington Lane, Upper Ogontz Avenue between Washington Lane and Cheltenham Avenue, Chew and Chelten Avenues, and Germantown Avenue. We work with community groups in these areas, and incorporate their ideas in putting together a comprehensive plan for each of these corridors.

Our success is built on our ability to collaborate with government agencies, elected officials, other CDC's and community organizations, private developers, local universities, and neighborhood public schools. These collaborations have allowed us to access the resources needed to

Philabundance

Philadelphia, PA
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Philabundance is the largest hunger relief organization fighting hunger and malnutrition in the Delaware Valley. Philabundance provides a full plate of services to close to 500 member agencies in 9 counties, who serve approximately 65,000 people per week at an aggregate cost of less than 30 cents per meal. There are more than 900,000 people in the Delaware Valley who are at risk for chronic hunger and malnutrition