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Wednesday, January 13, 2016


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Special Announcement

The Urban Affairs Coalition would like to welcome
Jojy Varghese
Director of Community & Economic Development

Welcome to the UAC Family

CED Spotlight

Jojy Varghese, CED Director

Born and raised in Philadelphia, Jojy Varghese has dedicated himself towards the betterment of his hometown and strives to implement innovative and effective policies and initiatives here in the city.  A graduate of Central High School, Penn State University and the University of Pennsylvania, Jojy has spent the beginning of his career in management consulting, focusing on program support for large scale transformational projects, serving both public sector and commercial clients locally here at Accenture and in DC with Booz Allen Hamilton.  As a Senior Consultant with Booz Allen, Jojy provided analytical services on the development of strategies for Federal government clients that have been instrumental in reforming healthcare and IT governance. After earning his Masters from the Fels Institute of Government, Jojy was selected to be Chief of Staff for PA State Rep. Tony Payton Jr, bringing a widely diverse range of experiences and strategies to the 179th Legislative District, serving the lower Northeast and parts of North Philadelphia.

Jojy has worked in numerous departments within the City of Philadelphia, starting in the late 90s as an intern for then Mayor Rendell.  He currently serves on the Board of the American Lung Association along with The Lighthouse in Kensington, as well as various steering committees and civic associations throughout the city.  In 2012, he completed the Political Leaders Fellowship with the Center for Progressive Leadership.  Prior to accepting the role with the Urban Affairs Coalition, Jojy worked for the Mayor of Reading, PA as the City's first ever Director of Housing and Real Estate.
In his free time, Jojy is an avid reader and cyclist.  In his freer time, he consumes quality Netflix offerings in binge-worthy fashion.  He is very excited to be back home in Philly and grateful for the opportunity to work alongside so many talented and committed mission-driven colleagues at the Coalition.


Funding Opportunities

Health and Science Innovation Challenge

AstraZeneca's first annual Health and Science Innovation Challenge is looking for programs that address today's most pressing health challenges by innovating on traditional approaches and equipping the next generation to be entrepreneurial problem-solvers. AstraZeneca is accepting applications from U.S. based nonprofits to receive up to $25,000 in funding for innovative ideas. Programs selected for funding will present a new approach, tool or technology to help solve a health challenge or build knowledge and skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math among K-12 or undergraduate students.

Applications open on Monday Jan. 4, 2016 at  9 a.m. ET
Applications close on Friday, Jan. 29, 2016 at 5 p.m. ET

For more information and to access the online application, visit the online application center.

Entrepreneur Works
The Merchants Fund Small Business Grants

The Merchants Fund (TMF) has two core grant making areas for businesses:

Business Stabilization grants up to $10,000 to help small businesses remain stable, viable and grow in the face of economic challenges or to respond to opportunities.  We do not make grants for working capital. Grants must be spent by August 31, 2016.

Business Loan matches up to $20,000 to match accredited government programs or bank loans at least dollar for dollar ($20,000 minimum loan matched by a $20,000 grant).  TMF does not make loans. Grants must be spent by August 31, 2016.

For more information and to apply, visit the website. Applications due February 29, 2016.


Partner Announcements

Global Citizen
21st Annual Martin Luther King Day Of Service

George Santayana, the 20th Century poet and philosopher said, “Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” As we look back on 2015, and ahead in the new year, the challenges of race relations have been magnified by the killing of Black and Brown people, particularly young Black men in confrontations with police, like Walter Scott in North Charleston, Freddie Gray in Baltimore, Samuel Dubose in Cincinnati and Jamar Clark in Minneapolis. Many have become known through national media coverage and ensuing protests. Most are less known to the public.

Violence and killings across the nation raise continuing issues around racism and police-community relations. It also presents opportunities for asking hard questions, including, “What can an individual or group do to work for social justice?” 
Dr. King said, “Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable. Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals."

The 21st Annual Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Day of Service on Monday, January 18, 2016 presents an opportunity for individuals, families, and communities of all backgrounds and ages to join together in an effort to embrace Dr. King’s lasting legacy, inspiring us to work together towards justice on King Day and everyday.

Please join Global Citizen, UAC and more than 135,000 other active citizens throughout our region, and millions more across the nation, on Monday, January 18th by serving, learning, celebrating, mentoring, demonstrating, marching or countless other ways you can choose to turn community concerns into citizen action. 
To learn about volunteer opportunities throughout our region and to sign up visit

Global Citizen
Mission 365: Veterans in Service

​Mission 365 is dedicated to making 2016's Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Day of Service a meaningful day of veteran's service. Many local veterans-serving organization partners have already committed to doing community projects. Many others are joining Global Citizen at Girard College for the service day's signature site initiatives.
Veterans who want to get involved, or any veterans-serving organizations that may not have participated in the past, are encouraged to contact Chris Jimenez for more information at (215) 851-1813 or
Achieving Reunification Center (ARC)
Living in Balance: Coping Skills for Recovery

Join the Achieving Reunification Center (ARC) and the Philadelphia Department of Human Services (DHS) for Living in Balance: Coping Skills for Recovery, a 12-week group curriculum that provides education and support for people in the recovery process. Sessions begin Thursday, January 21st from 12:00PM-2:00PM.

For more information, view the flyer here. For inquiries and to sign up, contact Walter Bullock by phone, (267) 514-3500.
Entrepreneur Works
Upcoming Workshops and Events

Philly VIP Small Business Legal Clinic
Monday, January 18th, 10:00am-11:30am
Location: Ballard Spahr, 1735 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Meet individually with a lawyer for free!  Ask an attorney about:
  • The right legal structure for your business (Sole Proprietor, Partnership, LLC, Corporation, etc.)
  • Trademarks and logos
  • Commercial leases
  • Employees and consultants
  • Contracts and other small business legal issues
Registration is required, visit here.

Small Business Tax Workshop
Wednesday, January 20th, 6:30pm-8:00pm
Location: Free Library of Philadelphia - Parkway Central, 1901 Vine St. 4th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19103

Calling all entrepreneurs to join us and learn:
  • How to plan and prepare for taxes
  • How record keeping minimizes your tax liability and preparation expenses
  • Important deduction/credits to note (also difference between deduction and credit)
  • And much more!
Presented by Fred Koelle, a CPA with 25+ years of experience with F.J. Koelle & Associates.

Register here.

Start It. Grow It.
Tuesday, February 9th and Saturday, February 13th
Location: Philadelphia, PA and Chester, PA

Start It. Grow It. is a multi-week course that is designed to teach the fundamentals of planning, running, and growing a successful business.

You will learn:
  • How to make money in your business
  • How to get lenders, investors, customers to understand your business
  • How to identify your competition and compete
  • How to research your industry/market
  • How to price your product/service
  • How to strategize for funding
  • How to set goals and achieve them 
Cost: $99

Visit the links below for more information and to sign up:
Philadelphia Course starts February 9, 6:00pm-9:00pm 
Chester Course starts February 13, 10:00am-1:00pm


Entrepreneur Works
Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program

Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses is a program for small businesses that links learning to action. Through the program, participants will gain practical skills in topics such as negotiation, marketing and employee management that can immediately be put into action. In addition, they will receive the tools and professional support to develop a strategic and customized growth plan that will take their business to the next level.

The program is designed for passionate business owners who have a business poised for growth, creating jobs in their communities. Selected applicants will gain access to a world-class business education and connections to a professional support network at no cost.

Applications due January 25, 2016. For more information and to apply visit here.

SHARP INSIGHT: Spread the word on Social Media

Calling all Barbers/Barbershops, YOACAP (Youth Outreach Adolescent Community Awareness Program) has a new program partnering with barbers and barbershops throughout Philadelphia. The project, SHARP INSIGHT (SI), will train barbers on how to provide nonpartisan information to their customers about the importance of voting and volunteering in their communities. YOACAP is leading this effort with other partners like the Knight Foundation, iHeart Media, Little Giant, Upenn, Temple, Jon Gosier, Amped Strategies, and Donna Frisby-Greenwood. Barbers and barbershops who participate receive free promotional items, free promos for their barbershop and small stipends for the barbers themselves. Most importantly, barbers receive vital information to share with their customers to help with other issues.

Help Sharp Insight spread the word!
If you know a barber, please ask them to call 215.851.1968 to learn more about SI

Campaign For Working Families
FREE Tax Services Available at UAC!

SAVE THE DATE! If you need help filing your taxes, don't forget the Free Tax Preparation Services offered by Campaign for Working Families. Please visit CWF's Center City Tax Site at UAC, 1207 Chestnut Street, 4th Floor, beginning Monday, January 25th at 10 AM.

For additional information, locations and times, please visit their website:

Events & Announcements

Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations
Nominations Open for 2016 Gala & Awards Ceremony

The Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations is accepting award nominations for Community Development Corporations (CDCs), individuals, or for yourself to be eligible to receive one (or more) of the following annual awards:   
  • Blue Ribbon Awards for Community Development Excellence, honoring small and large CDCs for either a program or real estate development project
  • Community Leader, recognizing outstanding volunteer leadership
  • Rising Star, spotlighting community development staff under 40 from CDC and Associate Member organizations (non-profit and for-profit).
The deadline for all nominations is 5:00 p.m. Friday, January 15th 2016.

Find the Blue Ribbon Award nomination form here.
Find the Community Leader Award nomination form here.
Find the Rising Star Award nomination form here.

Winners will be recognized at PACDC's 2016 Gala and Awards Ceremony, Thursday, April 21st, 5:30 p.m. at WHYY and in related materials.

For more information contact Pamela Bridgeforth, Director of Programs, at (215) 732-5829, Ext. 101 or

Drexel University: LeBow College of Business
"I Dream A City Teach In"

Come be part of Drexel University’s leadership & entrepreneurial movement to improve Philadelphia as it strives to bring together strong leaders, on every level, to address the pernicious impact of poverty.

The “I Dream A City Teach In," presented by The Leading for Change Fellowship at the LeBow College of Business's Institute for Strategic Leadership, will host a 6-hour diverse discussion on leadership, entrepreneurship and poverty, race and well-being. Keynote speakers, forums and discussion questions will offer participants the chance to interact with local experts and leaders to get first hand insights into the latest issues on matters related to leadership, poverty, race and well-being in Philadelphia in order to end financial disparities in the City of Brotherly Love.

Date:  Saturday, January 16, 2016
Address:  The Enterprise Center, 4548 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19139
  • 8:00 am -- On-site Registration/Networking Breakfast
  • 9:00 am -- Sessions Begin
  • 3:30 pm --  End of Day
  • Lunch is provided
To RSVP for the event email Ms. Perrie Prince here.
Office of Economic Opportunity
"Doing Business in the City" Event

Join the City of Philadelphia's Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO) at the next "Doing Business in the City" on Wednesday, January 20, 2016 at 2PM. Join this presentation and networking event to explore opportunities in building your business with City contracts, develop strategies for pursuing competitive bids and non-competitive contracts, and learn about resources available to support your business.

Address: One Parkway building, 1515 Arch Street, 18th Floor, Room 18-029
Time: 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Event: Presentations and Networking, Free Admission

For more information visit the event website here. For questions and to RSVP, contact Michelle Price-Randall at (215) 683-2057 or at
Center City Proprietors Association
"Lunch With The City's Leaders" 16th Year Kickoff

Please join CCPA for"Lunch with the City's Leaders" upcoming events:

City Council Members Serving Center City 
Derek S. Green
Phila.City Councilman,  

Darrell L. Clarke
Council President,
5th District 

Mark Squilla
Phila. City Councilman,  
1st District 

Kenyatta Johnson
Phila. City Councilman,  
2nd district 
Facilitated by Derek S. Green

When: Wednesday, January 20, 2016, 11:45 AM to 1:30 PM 
Where: R2L Restaurant, 50 S. 16th St, Two Liberty Place, 37th Floor


2016 Democratic National Convention Committee

Rev. Leah D. Daughtry 
2016 Democratic
National Convention Committee
Kevin Washo  
Executive Director
Philadelphia 2016 DNC
Host Committee

When: Thursday, January 28, 2016,  11:45 AM to 1:30 PM 
Where: R2L Restaurant,  50 S. 16th St, Two Liberty Place, 37th Floor


Pennsylvania Ballet and the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance

David Gray 
Executive Director
Pennsylvania Ballet 


When: Wednesday, February 24, 2016,  11:45 AM to 1:30 PM
Where: Estia Restaurant, 1405 Locust Street 


Equality Forum

Malcolm Lazin
Founder and Executive Director
Equality Forum 


When: Wednesday, May 4, 2016,  11:45 AM to 1:30 PM
Where: TBD

All luncheons include an appetizer, entree, dessert and coffee. Reservations and pre-payment are required. Cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance. No-shows will be billed.

$60 for non-members; $45 for CCPA members. For more information and to register, please visit the website.
Cranaleith Spiritual Center
Work and Spirit Speaker Series 

Join business leaders for a day long retreat on Friday January 22, 2016 from 9:30 am-3:30pm for Leading with Courage and Heart - A Day of Reflection for Leaders in Business & the Professions.  Stimulated by the insights from Dr. Karol Wasylyshyn, one of America's preeminent executive coaches and moderated by Dr. Marisa Guerin, UAC Board member, experienced executive and consultant. This retreat is the latest offering in Cranaleith's highly-regarded Work and Spirit series. Hosted at the Cranaleith Conference Center in the Somerton section of Philadelphia the mini-retreat is designed  with thought-provoking input and discussion on the ways that the most effective leaders tap into their deepest values and live them with courage and authenticity. The session includes time for personal journaling, as well as a delicious and healthful lunch.

The cost of the retreat is $150. Register by email at or phone 215-934-6206 
Greater Philadelphia Chamber Of Commerce
Start the New Year at January Events

The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce offers a variety of events in the new year:
  • Business After Hours networking event
  • Supplier Network Training, a one day training session
  • Gear Up for Growth, a connective Leadership afternoon session
  • And many more!

UAC Program Partners are eligible for member rates. For more information and to register, visit here.
Philadelphia Youth Network
Professional Development

The Philadelphia Youth Network (PYN) would like to share the following resources and activities hosted by PYN's professional development partners, all of whom have facilitated stand-alone sessions on behalf of PYN and/or conducted Engage 2015 Conference workshops:
The Leadership Lab
The Lab is for people who want to explore new ways of leading in the world and who want to develop their own personal capacity to lead in their lives, their careers and their communities. Join other professionals, artists, community advocates and life-long-learners to:
  • Develop skills for a new style of leadership
  • Deepen and widen your professional networks
  • Connect to a community of other people working together to achieve their personal and professional goals
  • Create and implement your own leadership plan to grow yourself, personally and professionally
The Lab is not about the role you may currently play in your organization. You do not have to be a manager or supervisor or in a formal leadership role to participate. If you register at the same time with a colleague or friend, you can both save $50!

Registration is now open, deadline for registration is January 27, 2016. For more information visit here.

Pedalogical: Workshops and Groups
Pedalogical offers developmental coaching, performance-based coaching, and consulting to help clients realize what truly matters to them, identify habits of thought that cloud their vision and obstruct possible new perspectives. Pedalogical offers a variety of workshops for individuals, groups, and organizations, including:
  • Less Busy, More Engaged: Audit the ways in which you spend your time! Create a schedule and calendar more aligned with your true priories so you can feel less harried and more connected to your energy, purpose and efficiency. 
  • Personal Strategic Planning: Explore what really matters to you and how to organize your life around these values. You will walk out with a sense of clarity around your priorities as well as some clear actions to help you take steps closer to your purpose and goals.
For more information and to sign up, visit the Pedalogical website.

Additional Resources
Bank of America Charitable Foundation
January Webinar: Monthly Seminar Series

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation offers free monthly seminars to help connect nonprofit leaders with the tools needed to drive economic and social impact. These presentations bring the knowledge and experience of a range of partners to a broad audience across the country. It's part of their ongoing efforts to create meaningful connections in the communities they serve.

January Webinar:  Making Talent Management Part of the Business Strategy: Creating a Sustainable Pipeline of High-Potentials

Presenter:  Irena Djordjevic-Behery, Vice President, Talent Management, United Way Worldwide

Summary: The importance of quality leadership is essential for organizational performance and success. The world is changing rapidly, and leaders must innovate, adapt and always be prepared to address the needs of our communities.  Creating opportunities for individuals, who are passionate about United Way's mission, are looking to be part of an organization with a worldwide impact and looking to grow into leadership roles, is the underlying premise of the United Way Talent Management Strategy.

Key Topics:
  • United Way's Talent Management Strategy 2020 vision and framework and "LEAD program, featuring program's purpose, process and results.
  • How creativity and a strong network matters in talent management.
  • Challenges, opportunities and successes in managing a leadership pipeline in a decentralized organization.
  • Leadership pipeline programs for CEOs, senior leaders and mid-career professionals
Date: Thursday, January 28th (2016) at 2 p.m. (Eastern).  One hour presentation.

To learn more and register for this and other webinars in the series, visit here.

Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal
Special Edition and CDC Forum

The Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal, the Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations and Wells Fargo Regional Foundation will present a special edition and forum of the Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal, entitled Launching Social Innovations and Creating Sustaining Community Impact in Neighborhoods, Friday, January 29th from 8:30AM- 12:00 NOON, at the Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC).

The special edition and launch event will examine the challenges in Philadelphia's neighborhoods and the roles that community development plays in stimulating social innovation at the neighborhood level, developing supportive policies, creating non-traditional partnerships, and forging creative solutions to make neighborhoods, Philadelphia and the region stronger.

For more information and to register, visit here.

Public Health Management Corporation
The WorkForce Institute and City College

The Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) would like to share information regarding resources in the community,The WorkForce Institute and its career college, City College.
Founded in 1974, The Workforce Institute (WFI) provides job readiness training, industry specific certifications and post-secondary education to those with limited resources, empowering them to pursue dynamic careers in the growing fields of technology and healthcare. Find more information about WFI here.
Founded by WFI in 1997, City College is an affordable nonprofit college, centrally located at 100 South Broad Street. City College provides a supportive learning environment and personalized attention to prepare its students for family-sustaining careers and economic independence. City College offers:
  • Three in-demand associate degrees in Information Technology (IT)  
  • A popular diploma in Health Information Technology (HIT) which includes certifications in Medical Office Assistant and Insurance Billing and Coding. 
  • A Fast, Flexible, Supportive, Affordable, Competitive, Effective education
City College graduates successfully transition into IT and HIT careers with competitive starting salaries and the skills gained translate into several career paths.
For more information about City College offerings or to schedule a visit, text CITY4ME to 77948, call us at 844-MYCITYNOW, or visit their website.
Philadelphia Youth Network
Capture Greatness! and Scholarship Success Workshops

Capture Greatness! and the Scholarship Success Workshops are two community resources and PYN partners who work toward students' success in education and in life:

Capture Greatness!
Do you need support with helping your students secure scholarship money to pay for college? Capture Greatness! is a college prep initiative designed to level the playing field for first-generation college goers and students from low-income households. In the past two years, Capture Greatness! participants have secured more than $1,000,000 in scholarships, including three Gates Millennium Scholars.
Below are a number of resources that they are offering to support your work and programs:

Scholarship Success Workshops
Getting accepted is only half the battle. Arm your students with key tools and techniques to personalize any scholarship prompt for the winning advantage.
To book a workshop, email Melissa.
DNCC and Google Partnership
Workshop Series to Help Local Businesses Become Searchable

The Democratic National Convention Committee (DNCC) and Google have partnered to offer a "Get Your Business Online" Workshop Series, intended to help small businesses in the Greater Philadelphia area increase their online presence to attract potential consumers. The workshop series will help small business start and grow their online presence in time for the 50,000 visitors expected to attend the 2016 Democratic National Convention.

According to Google, 97% of Internet users look online for local products and services, but 56% of Pennsylvania small businesses do not have a website. These statistics make an online presence essential for small businesses and the 2016 Democratic National Convention, to be held in July at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center, presents a ripe opportunity for local businesses and the region's economy.

The workshop series will launch in January, for more information please sign up here.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Region
New Merger for Big Benefits

Effective January 1, 2016, Big Brothers Big Sisters Southeastern Pennsylvania merged with New Jersey sister affiliate, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties. The merged entity, named Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Region, will impact more children in a broader service area.

The merger offers several key benefits for serving children across the region, including:
  • More opportunities for Bigs & Littles to participate in activities throughout the region
  • Combined mentoring resources & best practices
  • Continued service in all PA & NJ counties, including office space in NJ
  • Reduced administrative costs & increased financial stability
Combined, the BBBS Independence Region's 2016 Goal is 4,000 Children Served!

To view the merger fact sheet, click here. To learn more visit the new agency website.


Employment Opportunities

Temple University
FREE Training Initiative: Community Health Worker Program

Temple University’s Community Health Worker (CHW) Program is currently recruiting candidates for its FREE training initiative; upon successful completion of the program, participants will earn 3 undergraduate college credits! 
The next CHW training course will start on March 8, 2016, and ends April 21, 2016. Classes run three days a week:  Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9AM to 3PM. Classes are held downtown at Temple University Center City campus at 1515 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA.
Below are some of the requirements to participate in this FREE training program:
  • Genuine passion and desire to enter a helping profession in health care or social services
  • At least 18 years or older
  • High school diploma or GED, and good reading and writing skills
  • Economically disadvantaged, 200% of the poverty guidelines.
  • Positive attitude and professional
  • Basic Computer Literacy Skills
  • Clear criminal record and able to pass a drug test
To be considered, all interested persons should call (267) 279-9924 for an appointment at Pennsylvania CareerLink Center, at Suburban Station, 1601 JFK Boulevard, 2nd Floor, Philadelphia, PA.       

For more information, view the flyer here. For additional information, please contact Temple University’s Center for Social Policy and Community Development:

Temple University
10th Annual Neighborhood Job Fair -- Mark Your Calendars!

Mark your calendar for Thursday, May 12, 2016 to attend the 10th Annual Neighborhood Job Fair at Temple University. Held in McGonigle Hall-Gymnasium, 1801 N. Broad Street, the Neighborhood Job Fair is one of Philadelphia's largest job fair events for adult professionals.

For more information, contact Michael Robinson by phone, 215-204-0677, or email:

At the Urban Affairs Coalition, we are dedicated to attracting, recruiting, and retaining the best talent to meet our business objectives and fulfill our mission. Help us build a stronger community and become part of our team of highly skilled and committed staff.

Beyond the listings on the UAC Website, we have Resources that can help you find and secure employment. The Urban Affairs Coalition is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Click here to find a job!

UAC Program Partners

Achieving Reunification Center
AIDS Policy Project
Amerihealth Caritas Partnership
Be The Change PHL
Black Writers Museum

Broad Street Run
Campaign for Working Families
Celebration of Moxie Women
Center for H.O.P.E.
Community & Economic Development (CED)
Destined for a Dream Foundation
Ebony Johnson Scholarship Fund
Economic Development Projects (EDP)
Entrepreneur Works
Explorers Sans Frontières
Fresh Visions Youth Theatre

Global Citizen/MLK365
Grand Central
Makom Community
Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia
Haitian Relief Fund

Institute for Southeast Asian Archaeology
Neighborhood United Against Drugs (NUAD)

Nu Sigma Youth Services
One Day At A Time (ODAAT)
Parents United for Public Education
Parkside Association of Philadelphia
Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN)
Philadelphia Ballhawks

Philadelphia Black Public Relations Society
Philly Youth Poetry Movement

Preventing HIV Project
Raise of Hope
Stars Within Reach
Summer WorkReady Youth Employment Programs
Thanksgiving Basket Program
Trudy Haynes Foundation
West Philadelphia High School Class of ’66 Scholarship Reunion Committee
West Philly Tool Lending Library
X-Offenders for Community Empowerment
Youth Outreach Adolescent Community Awareness Program (YO-ACAP)

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