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Event: PHILO Project Information Session

January 26, 2015 Category: Uncategorized

 provides professionally shot, lighted, written, and edited video free of charge to small nonprofit organizations in the Philadelphia area who normally cannot afford them.

On Wednesday, January 28 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., PHILO Project will hold an information session at the Parkway Central Library in Room 108 (walk through cafe area).

PHILO Project was founded by Gerald Kolpan, a former TV reporter. The organization selects nonprofits which are small, with budgets below $1 million, and genuinely supportive of the community. It has served many well-known nonprofits such as Philly Aids Thrift, West Philly Tool Library, Rock to the Future, Attic Youth Center, and Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens.

The videos, once completed, can be used in a variety of ways, including introducing the organization and explaining what they do to attract volunteers or funders.

Read more about the PHILO Project in our story from last year.

Advance registration for the information event is required as space is limited; please contact the Regional Foundation Center, via email: or phone: (215) 686-5423.

Image via PHILO Project


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