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Desperately Seeking Housing qa

Apr. 18, 2023 10:54 am

Desperately Seeking Housing

Insights from those in need of housing locally and trying to navigate the systems our nonprofits and governments have put in place.
5 Questions with new foundation exec Chekemma J. Fulmore-Townsend qa

Sep. 6, 2022 9:00 am

5 Questions with new foundation exec Chekemma J. Fulmore-Townsend

After 20 years at the helm at the Philadelphia Youth Network, she accepted this summer the top job at Hamilton Family Charitable Trust.
5 questions with Dominique Goss, M&T Charitable Foundation’s new executive director qa

Aug. 9, 2022 10:00 am

5 questions with Dominique Goss, M&T Charitable Foundation’s new executive director

She’s stepping into a big role; Goss is replacing a 50-year veteran of M&T and the role requires a relocation to Buffalo, New York.
What a $20 million donation will do for the “benefits access challenge” qa

Apr. 15, 2022 11:32 am

What a $20 million donation will do for the “benefits access challenge”

Founded in 2005, Benefits Data Trust works to address $60 billion in untapped programs. CEO Trooper Sanders just got a “second Christmas morning” from MacKenzie Scott.
Andy Toy becomes policy director at PACDC qa

Sep. 10, 2021 10:55 am

Andy Toy becomes policy director at PACDC

Toy has newly transitioned to his role after more than five years with SEAMAAC and decades of working on community development.
Facilitator, convener, instigator: A Q & A with Marángeli Mejía-Rabell qa

May 28, 2021 5:32 pm

Facilitator, convener, instigator: A Q & A with Marángeli Mejía-Rabell

The festival director of the Philadelphia Latino Film Festival talks with Generocity about building community, co-creation, celebrating Latinx diversity and the importance of staying true to yourself.
Nonprofits helped organize the pro-Trump rally before the Capitol siege – but they probably won’t suffer any consequences qa

Jan. 22, 2021 1:47 pm

Nonprofits helped organize the pro-Trump rally before the Capitol siege – but they probably won’t suffer any consequences

The Conversation U.S. asked nonprofit law scholar Ellen Aprill, who served in the Treasury Department’s Office of Tax Policy in the late 1980s, about possible ramifications.
Nonprofits are struggling to do more with less money, but donors and volunteers can help: 5 questions answered qa

Dec. 2, 2020 8:03 am

Nonprofits are struggling to do more with less money, but donors and volunteers can help: 5 questions answered

It’s critically important that everyone who can afford to donate to nonprofits does so now, says guest columnist Erica Mills Barnhart.
In response to COVID-19, these two United Way leaders in Chester County are doing things differently qa

Nov. 19, 2020 2:00 pm

In response to COVID-19, these two United Way leaders in Chester County are doing things differently

Columnist Krys Sipple talks to Carrie Freeman and Christopher Saello about how the organizations they lead are responding to both the nonprofits they fund and the communities those nonprofits serve.
Candace McKinley: ‘We have all the tools we need to start building and collectively funding the alternatives to police’ qa

Oct. 27, 2020 5:20 pm

Candace McKinley: ‘We have all the tools we need to start building and collectively funding the alternatives to police’

In this Q & A, the lead organizer of the Philadelphia Community Bail Fund talks about posting bail for last night's protesters, how small businesses are in the same boat as looters, and what we all need to get about this police violence.