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If your small-but-mighty nonprofit needs to grow, consider pitching

Matt Stephenson, the cofounder of Code2College, shares his experience participating in Philanthropitch: a fast-pitch competition for nonprofits coming to Philadelphia April 21.

This high school student wrote a play about the trauma of school shootings. You can see it tonight

The Food Trust names Aaron Felder as interim CEO

These are Philadelphia's 25 biggest nonprofits by income

Power Moves: Anne Bovaird Nevins named president of Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation


Power Moves: Renée Cardwell Hughes will helm OIC Philadelphia

In marathons, as in professional life, it helps to have a challenging goal

Power Moves: Jessica Attie joins Education Law Center

400 years of black giving: From the days of slavery to the 2019 Morehouse graduation

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Arch Street Meeting House Preservation Trust

Executive Director

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CORA Services

Drug and Alcohol Counselor

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2000 Hamilton Street, Suite 301, Philadelphia, PA 19130

Good Shepherd Mediation Program

Mediation Coordinator

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How about a war on poverty?

We’ve helped hundreds of West Philadelphians connect to jobs. Now we’re taking the show on the road

Power Moves: Malik Pickett is Juvenile Law Center’s new staff attorney


During Tech in Action Day, all the participants teach and learn


For the founder of Chester County Food Bank, its about more than just canned goods

Who are our nonprofit disruptors and instigators?

Money Moves: City awards $1M for gun violence reduction

Power Moves: Cynthia Figueroa appointed to lead City’s new Office of Children and Families

Philadelphia, PA

United Way of Greater Philadelphia & Southern New Jersey

Private Philanthropy Officer, Leadership Giving & Women United

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Meet the Philadelphians who made Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list for 2020

Power Moves: Rebuild makes Kira Strong’s leadership role official

These six organizations are improving their neighborhoods with help from Community Connectors


ECS has been tackling Philly’s social issues for nearly 150 years. Now, its new focus is intergenerational poverty

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