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Generocity approaches a community too few follow in a manner too few attempt.
After a half-decade of following nonprofits and mission leaders, in 2015, we at Technically Media took on the challenge of growing and focusing the work Generocity has always aimed to do. In the last two years, we have done just that.
Generocity is better read today, including via our daily headlines newsletter, than ever before. We’re producing more robust journalism than ever before — look here for a taste. Every day we’re narrating how innovative impact leaders and organizations are trying to do more with less, how they can contribute good to Philadelphia amid the weight and wind of anything but.
We need your help to expand and sustain that work. Today we’re announcing the Generocity membership.
For $10 a month, you’ll get early access to reporting, exclusive event invites and connections to our staff, sources and other members. But as a pilot, we very much want to build something with our community.
Our sister site Technical.ly, too, launched a membership offering this morning, with the same idea. Community journalism is a necessary part to the vibrant and inclusive city we expect. We can’t do what we want to do without your support. Join us.
From our Partners
From our Partners
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The Discovery Center
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Philadelphia Black Giving Circle is ready to fund its first Black-led, Black-centered nonprofits
Mazzoni Center’s CEO is stepping down by 2019
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