Hear the stories of millennial service leaders as they paint their vision for the future of Philadelphia by sharing their stories as the last part of the Ignition Philly workshop.
When: Tuesday, May 6, 2014, 6:30-8:30 PM
Where: Friends Center, 1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA
The charity “date” auction that combines professional networking with community engagement, is back with a gaming-themed “Philanthroparty” to help send kids to PCAT: the Philadelphia Center for Arts & Technology.
The auction, which takes place on May 8 at Lucha Cartel, will raffle off amazing game-themed prizes–think Candy Land (which includes gift certificates from Sweet Freedom Bakery and Little Baby’s Ice Cream) and Guitar Hero (which has a Rock to the Future Lifetime Backstage Pass and the opportunity to have Leah Kauffman sing your outgoing voice mail message). There’s also a “Boss Level” auction block which includes prize items from local game designers Flyclops and Cipher Prime.
View the complete auction block here.
When: May 8, 7-10 pm
Where: Luncha Cartel, 207 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
More Info: here
From our Partners
Impact Hub Philadelphia’s community kitchen will located on the second floor among other creative spaces used by entrepreneurs, artists, nonprofits, students, interns and the Impact Hub community. Impact Hub is kicking off the campaign to raise funds for their community kitchen with a dance party featuring DJ Reezey. There will be drinks, delicious bites from Philly Food Works, and awesome beats to get us dancing.
When: Thursday, May 8, 2014, 7:00-10:00 PM
Where: Impact HUB Philadelphia, 1227 N 4th St., Philadelphia, PA 19122
More Info: http://philadelphia.impacthub.net/organizer/impact-hub-philly-official-launch-party/
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