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Juntos just formed Philly’s first Community Resistance Zone for immigrants’ rights method

Nov. 13, 2017 12:56 pm

Juntos just formed Philly’s first Community Resistance Zone for immigrants’ rights

Over the weekend, the activist organization helped almost 150 volunteers register 500 South Philly residents as advocates.
5 lessons on leadership from Ela Conf, the not-just-for-coders tech conference results

Oct. 31, 2017 2:27 pm

5 lessons on leadership from Ela Conf, the not-just-for-coders tech conference

Thoughts on diversity, inclusion and failure from the annual conference for women-identifying people, trans men and genderqueer folks from all walks of the tech ecosystem.
These 17 people are overseeing the $500 million Rebuild people

Oct. 30, 2017 10:58 am

These 17 people are overseeing the $500 million Rebuild

These stakeholders are the new oversight board for the initiative improving Philadelphia's public spaces. Their first public meeting is this week.
After 16 years, the Children’s Scholarship Fund Philadelphia chief steps aside people

Oct. 26, 2017 11:52 am

After 16 years, the Children’s Scholarship Fund Philadelphia chief steps aside

Executive Director Ina Lipman will leave by April to continue her work in educational advocacy — though she, purposefully, has no specific plan for next steps.
Help Germantown win $150K from AmEx to preserve its historic properties funding

Oct. 25, 2017 12:57 pm

Help Germantown win $150K from AmEx to preserve its historic properties

Germantown United CDC's entry is currently in first place in a national competition of historic main streets. Vote five times per day through Tuesday, Oct. 31, to keep it there.
Power Moves: Pennsylvania’s Commission for Women just got some Philly flavor people

Oct. 24, 2017 12:57 pm

Power Moves: Pennsylvania’s Commission for Women just got some Philly flavor

Plus, meet the five inaugural Buchholz Fellows, the city's new West Philly Promise Zone head, College Possible Philadelphia's new ED and more.
This social enterprise tackling food insecurity won the first Camden Catalyst pitch competition results

Oct. 23, 2017 12:55 pm

This social enterprise tackling food insecurity won the first Camden Catalyst pitch competition

Invincible City Farms took home $25,000 and committed to plopping its headquarters in the economically distressed city at Waterfront Ventures.
It turns out eliminating cash bail would save the city $75M annually results

Oct. 12, 2017 12:27 pm

It turns out eliminating cash bail would save the city $75M annually

According to a new report by City Controller Alan Butkovitz.
Snag a Fels Lab grad student for your next nonprofit consulting project method

Oct. 4, 2017 1:18 pm

Snag a Fels Lab grad student for your next nonprofit consulting project

The Fels Institute of Government program is connecting its students to local orgs and city agencies to work on policy, strategic planning and other projects as part of their capstones or internships.
Here’s how a little imagination can make your next event an eco-friendly one method

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.

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