Kate McGovern, Author at Generocity Philly

Kate McGovern

What Happened to Philly4Philly?: A Q&A with Founder Dan Morrison method

Dec. 9, 2013 2:25 pm

What Happened to Philly4Philly?: A Q&A with Founder Dan Morrison

Philly4Philly, a crowdfunding platform by Citizen Effect, launched last summer with the goal of connecting local nonprofits with a broader field of donors. Less than a year later, it was gone. We asked Citizen Effect’s founder Dan Morrison to tell us what happened, what he learned and what he’s doing now. His answers have been edited for length.
Sparking Solutions: Issue Profile on Hunger and Obesity purpose

Nov. 8, 2013 3:34 pm

Sparking Solutions: Issue Profile on Hunger and Obesity

In our fourth issue profile to prepare readers for the Delaware Valley Grantmakers Sparking Solutions Conference, we provide an overview of hunger and obesity in the greater Philadelphia region and how the two conditions are connected.
Sparking Solutions: Issue Profile on Youth Safety purpose

Oct. 25, 2013 10:32 am

Sparking Solutions: Issue Profile on Youth Safety

In our second issue-profile to prepare readers for the Delaware Valley Grantmakers Sparking Solutions Conference, we provide an overview of youth safety in the greater Philadelphia region.
Sparking Solutions: Q&A with Cathy Weiss, Executive Director of the Stoneleigh Foundation people

Oct. 24, 2013 3:24 pm

Sparking Solutions: Q&A with Cathy Weiss, Executive Director of the Stoneleigh Foundation

In an interview, Cathy Weiss of Stoneleigh Foundation breaks down the organization’s work, its goals and solutions that are working to improve youth safety in the greater Philadelphia region.
Creating a Community of Tradition: A Q&A with Chris Bartlett, Executive Director of the William Way LGBT Community Center uncategorized

Aug. 20, 2013 9:00 am

Creating a Community of Tradition: A Q&A with Chris Bartlett, Executive Director of the William Way LGBT Community Center

Chris Bartlett, a Philadelphia native, has served as Executive Director of the William Way LGBT Community Center for the last three years. With 12 employees and more than 200 active volunteers, the place is always buzzing — which Bartlett says is one of its best features. We asked Bartlett to tell us about himself, his […]

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