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#PhillyChangers Happy Hour — You’re Invited! uncategorized

Aug. 5, 2014 11:57 am

#PhillyChangers Happy Hour — You’re Invited!

As we set our eyes on the future of Generocity.org, we want YOU to be involved. The thought leadership and on-the-ground work of people like you is what will change this city for the better. We want to illustrate this collective movement through a campaign called #PhillyChangers. We’re kicking off the campaign with a happy hour […]
A LOOK AT Food Cooperatives people

Jul. 23, 2014 2:03 pm

A LOOK AT Food Cooperatives

[metaslider id=29960] There are several kinds of cooperatives in Greater Philadelphia — housing co-ops, energy co-ops and credit unions, to name just a few — but food co-ops are perhaps the most well-known, in part due to the region’s growing local food and sustainability movements. The simple definition of a food co-op is a type […]
Generocity is Hosting a TEDxPhiladelphia Viewing Party March 28 at Impact HUB uncategorized

Mar. 25, 2014 10:50 am

Generocity is Hosting a TEDxPhiladelphia Viewing Party March 28 at Impact HUB

Tickets have been sold out for TEDxPhiladelphia for a while now, but there is a still a way to see all of the inspiring talks by the TEDxPhiladelphia speakers. Generocity is bringing the TEDxPhiladelphia experience into the community by hosting one of the free official viewing parties at our new home, Impact HUB Philly. Join […]
How To: Send Your News to Generocity uncategorized

Feb. 24, 2014 2:00 pm

How To: Send Your News to Generocity

Our job at Generocity is to keep a tab on Greater Philadelphia’s expansive (and ever growing)  social good sector. Whether we are talking to community leaders working hard in their neighborhoods, or companies innovating how they engage in philanthropy and community outreach, the idea is to paint a full picture of what social good is […]
We Asked Local Leaders: “What Do You Hope to See in Social Impact This Year?” uncategorized

Feb. 20, 2014 12:50 pm

We Asked Local Leaders: “What Do You Hope to See in Social Impact This Year?”

If we could peer into the future of Philadelphia, what would you hope to see? A bike network that spans the city, thriving public schools, fewer vacant lots and abandoned homes? Now what do you think will actually happen in the next year? We asked various leaders in the Philadelphia community these very questions to provide […]
Best Stories of 2013: Q&As people

Dec. 30, 2013 12:30 pm

Best Stories of 2013: Q&As

“Philadelphia may be one of very few cities that can really mobilize around social [good] as a defining agenda for the social enterprise and business community.” - Garrett Melby
Best Stories of 2013: Mechanics purpose

Dec. 27, 2013 11:30 am

Best Stories of 2013: Mechanics

This year Generocity launched a content series that focused on policy and legal changes as they apply to nonprofits and social enterprises. We called it Mechanics because sometimes the inner-workings of an organization, such as its legal framework, are crucial to understanding how they create social impact.
Best Stories of 2013: Food Access purpose

Dec. 26, 2013 2:30 pm

Best Stories of 2013: Food Access

Because food access is an essential issue in Philadelphia, Generocity makes a concerted effort to cover how socially-minded businesses, nonprofits and other organizations are working to bring more food to more people. Here are five of our best stories on food in Philadelphia, from innovative food pantries to the state of the co-op movement.
Best Stories of 2013: Community Building purpose

Dec. 26, 2013 10:00 am

Best Stories of 2013: Community Building

Community building is a broad term. It applies to housing and commercial development, land-use, quality-of-life improvements, grassroots activity, and much more.
Guest Resource: Fundraising for everyone, even those who aren’t fundraisers method

Oct. 8, 2013 12:00 pm

Guest Resource: Fundraising for everyone, even those who aren’t fundraisers

Earlier in September we talked about fundraising for people who aren’t fundraisers. We covered a lot of ground and heard a lot of helpful tips from the group in the room.

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