Grace Shallow, Author at Generocity Philly

Grace Shallow

Grace Shallow

Grace Shallow is the managing editor of The Temple News, the school's student-run weekly newspaper. She has interned at multiple news outlets, including Philadelphia Inquirer, WHYY and Alphr.com in London. Her favorite topics to write about include health, addiction and general human interest stories — she often says everyone has a story to tell, but you just have to ask the right questions to figure it out.

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We asked four Philly nonprofits how they changed after recent public scandals. They all declined to talk feature

Jul. 2, 2018 12:45 pm

We asked four Philly nonprofits how they changed after recent public scandals. They all declined to talk

At the same, multiple nonprofit experts told Generocity that transparency is key when dealing with a crisis of reputation.
In North Philly, a produce truck and a supermarket are fighting food insecurity feature

Jun. 15, 2018 12:20 pm

In North Philly, a produce truck and a supermarket are fighting food insecurity

Perhaps Fresh Grocer and Aleksandr Faynberg are competitors, but for those who live near Broad and Jefferson streets, they both fill an essential need.
Why the Philadelphia Dyke March has staying power event

Jun. 7, 2018 12:40 pm

Why the Philadelphia Dyke March has staying power

The 20th annual event is part protest, part rally for LGBTQ-identified folks (and its organizers do NOT get a permit to march the streets).
Kensington Storefront workers facing the opioid crisis head-on: ‘We need more help’ from the city feature

Jun. 6, 2018 11:20 am

Kensington Storefront workers facing the opioid crisis head-on: ‘We need more help’ from the city

An estimated 80 to 130 people visit the public art-making space per day, but certified recovery specialists are scarce. Reps from Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services and Mural Arts say help is on the way.
Storytelling is the new support group for social impact pros feature

May 21, 2018 12:44 pm

Storytelling is the new support group for social impact pros

We've counted at least five mission-themed story slams in Philly in the past month. Why? "Seeing someone that goes through the same things you do is very powerful."
In Philly’s recovery community, a bias against those taking medication to treat opioid addiction feature

Apr. 17, 2018 12:55 pm

In Philly’s recovery community, a bias against those taking medication to treat opioid addiction

"The stigma on addicts is bad enough, but to have a stigma on people taking medication is even worse."
For Philadelphians with disabilities, independence through technology is key feature

Apr. 11, 2018 12:30 pm

For Philadelphians with disabilities, independence through technology is key

Pennsylvania’s Initiative on Assistive Technology, housed in Temple University’s Institute on Disabilities, connects people with disabilities with tools to help navigate their world.
This faith-based organization puts ‘the soul back in solar’ energy in North Philly feature

Mar. 7, 2018 7:46 am

This faith-based organization puts ‘the soul back in solar’ energy in North Philly

Serenity Soular partners with local churches and community spaces, plus Swarthmore College students and solar company Solar States, to make renewable energy more accessible.

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