Albert Hong, Author at Generocity Philly

Albert Hong

Albert Hong

Albert Hong is Generocity's contributing reporter. He started hanging around the Technically Media office as a summer intern for Technical.ly and eventually made his way to freelancing for both news sites. While technology and video games are two of his main interests, he's grown to love Philadelphia as a city and is always excited to hear someone else's story.

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Here are two sweet fellowship opportunities for the aspiring philanthropist or civic leader funding

Jul. 21, 2017 12:50 pm

Here are two sweet fellowship opportunities for the aspiring philanthropist or civic leader

One is for the fourth year of Impact100 Philadelphia's women-only Founders Fellowship. The other, the Buchholz Fellowship, is a brand new one from the Committee of Seventy.
Reinvestment Fund got some global props for its impact capital asset management funding

Jul. 21, 2017 7:20 am

Reinvestment Fund got some global props for its impact capital asset management

The Center City nonprofit that provides loans for community development was named "Asset Manager of the Year" by a global umbrella org overseeing national advisory boards on impact investment. Whew.
Cool event alert: A discussion on the future of the ‘politics of food’ event

Jul. 18, 2017 12:02 pm

Cool event alert: A discussion on the future of the ‘politics of food’

It's City & State PA's inaugural "Politics of Food" event, where two roundtables will discuss how best to address vulnerable populations and what urban farming can do to help.
This PhillyCAM student’s film shows how it’s okay for African American men to cry event

Jul. 17, 2017 12:25 pm

This PhillyCAM student’s film shows how it’s okay for African American men to cry

Lamont Lamar, a recent high school graduate, produced "Black Men Don't Cry" with other students at PhillyCAM. The film features an Play On, Philly! original music score.
The Philly and North Penn chapters of United Way have joined forces feature

Jul. 13, 2017 12:58 pm

The Philly and North Penn chapters of United Way have joined forces

The merger between the local and regional nonprofits, both working to end intergenerational poverty, was the “final piece to completing our regional footprint for the organization,” said CEO and President Jim Cawley.
For Shalimar Thomas, economic development and community betterment for North Broad are one in the same feature

Jul. 12, 2017 12:25 pm

For Shalimar Thomas, economic development and community betterment for North Broad are one in the same

The North Philly native and executive director of North Broad Renaissance is a major connector of businesses and stakeholders as part of the nonprofit’s mission to revitalize the commercial corridor by 2020.

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