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These were the 10 most-read Philly social impact stories of 2018 results

Dec. 20, 2018 12:00 pm

These were the 10 most-read Philly social impact stories of 2018

You clicked, we listed: Netflix specials, mental health resources, labor organizers and CEO salaries drew you to Generocity in the past year.
6 social impact stories we (especially) loved writing in 2018 results

Dec. 19, 2018 7:03 am

6 social impact stories we (especially) loved writing in 2018

Writers have favorites, too. Here's what five Generocity reporters and this editor enjoyed covering the most.
Can free backpacks and mentorship help immigrant and refugee students adjust to South Philly? results

Dec. 10, 2018 12:52 pm

Can free backpacks and mentorship help immigrant and refugee students adjust to South Philly?

Taggart Elementary School’s Family Welcome Center will launch soon, thanks to a major boost from Navy Yard-based ecommerce company RevZilla.
4 projects from Good Pitch Local Philadelphia that could ‘change the world’ results

Dec. 5, 2018 12:19 pm

4 projects from Good Pitch Local Philadelphia that could ‘change the world’

Or at least change Philly. Black and Brown Workers Cooperative, Media in Neighborhoods Group and other social impact orgs and filmmakers pitched to an audience for resources, funding and other support on Tuesday.
One Step Away is celebrating its 9th birthday by launching a magazine results

Dec. 5, 2018 7:09 am

One Step Away is celebrating its 9th birthday by launching a magazine

Philadelphia's street newspaper, which is sold and partially written by people experiencing homelessness and economic hardship, debuted a new format this week.
Center for Hunger-Free Communities just released 5 reports on discrimination and food insecurity results

Dec. 4, 2018 11:04 am

Center for Hunger-Free Communities just released 5 reports on discrimination and food insecurity

People who experience discrimination in places such as school, the workplace or healthcare settings are more likely to experience long-term food insecurity.
The case against philanthrocapitalism results

Nov. 30, 2018 11:06 am

The case against philanthrocapitalism

Keynote speaker Anand Giridharadas challenged corporate attempts to solve economic inequality at Temple University's recent summit — which also awarded $1,000 to students with socially conscious business pitches.
Giving Tuesday 2018 results: How did Philly nonprofits make out? results

Nov. 29, 2018 12:22 pm

Giving Tuesday 2018 results: How did Philly nonprofits make out?

DonorPerfect VP Jon Biedermann discusses giving trends, Support Center for Child Advocates' Tracy Buchholz dissects her strategy and a handful of other charitable orgs share their fundraising totals.
3 ethical considerations of civic tech results

Nov. 26, 2018 11:48 am

3 ethical considerations of civic tech

Some local gov staffers and technologists see potential in tech's role as a tool for civic engagement. Some, a booster of efficiency. What trends should Philadelphians watch out for?
The GREEN Program is launching an upcycled clothing line results

Nov. 16, 2018 12:45 pm

The GREEN Program is launching an upcycled clothing line

Come Black Friday, the public benefit corporation that sends college students on sustainability-focused study abroad trips will sell repurposed graphic t-shirts, custom denim jackets and more.

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