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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There’s an opioid epidemic in Camden, too. Here’s how one community health center is tackling it feature

Sep. 22, 2017 12:42 pm

There’s an opioid epidemic in Camden, too. Here’s how one community health center is tackling it

Project H.O.P.E. takes a comprehensive, integrated approach when it comes to providing services for the homeless, many of whom are also dealing with opioid addiction. Successful treatment is about making a "partnership" with those who need help.
Check out how ballet made a difference in students with disabilities event

Sep. 18, 2017 11:05 am

Check out how ballet made a difference in students with disabilities

Tomorrow is the premiere of a documentary from nonprofit Art-Reach titled "I Am," which follows the journey of six high school students with disabilities learning and performing an original choreographed piece with dancers from Pennsylvania Ballet.
Here’s how a little imagination can make your next event an eco-friendly one event

Sep. 13, 2017 10:45 am

Here’s how a little imagination can make your next event an eco-friendly one

So says the Clean Air Council, which just hosted its 12th annual Greenfest Philly, the city's largest environmental festival.
New Sanctuary Movement is rallying against Philly’s ‘Live Stop’ policy, in support of DACA event

Sep. 5, 2017 10:18 am

New Sanctuary Movement is rallying against Philly’s ‘Live Stop’ policy, in support of DACA

The immigrants' right organization is fighting the city policy that allows the PPA to impound the car of anyone found to be driving without a valid driver's license, which is particularly aggressive to undocumented immigrants.

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