Councilman Derek Green recaps the PHL Neighborhood Growth Project's Inclusive Growth hearing.
Today, Philadelphia City Council held a hearing with neighborhood businesses and civic organizations highlighting the Chamber’s PHL Neighborhood Growth Project initiative (NGP). NGP focuses on inclusive, neighborhood-level growth built around the recognition that addressing the city’s deep poverty won’t be accomplished through a single program or policy, but will take a coordinated, broad effort across government, businesses, and community leaders.
This spring, the Chamber and its allies — including the African-American Chamber of Commerce of PA, NJ, & DE, the Asian American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia, the Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, the Greater […]
The following letter was sent by the PHL Neighborhood Growth Project to neighborhood, business, and civic leaders.
The PHL Neighborhood Growth Project coalition is filled with neighborhood leaders, businesses, and individuals who are dedicated to creating inclusive growth in our city. We are proud of this robust coalition and the work they have been doing both within their own businesses or organizations and with us at NGP.
At our upcoming Inclusive Growth Hearing with City Council, we will be highlighting this work and sharing ways in which we can all work together to make sure […]
If you, or someone from your business or organization, is interested in joining us at City Hall for this important hearing, please sign up now.
We must work together to make sure Philadelphia is a city where everyone has an opportunity to thrive.
Every resident of Philadelphia deserves to live in a safe and healthy neighborhood that allows them and their families take part in a shared prosperity.
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Discuss our Inclusive Growth Agenda and the four policy pillars that will bring a shared prosperity to every neighborhood.
We must strengthen our workforce initiatives and provide the necessary skills and training for resident to succeed in a modern economy.
We look forward to continuing to work with the business community and city leaders to increase the inclusive neighborhood growth that is so important to reducing the city’s too-high poverty rate.