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The real college scandal is squandered talent uncategorized

Jun. 7, 2019 6:25 pm

The real college scandal is squandered talent

Alissa Weiss writes about how Cassidy, the student she mentored through high school, will be the first person in her family to attend college. Yale University, as it happens.
6 professional development conferences nonprofit pros will want to attend uncategorized

Mar. 18, 2019 1:01 pm

6 professional development conferences nonprofit pros will want to attend

If you work at a mission-aligned organization — large or small— in Philadelphia, this is your list of not-to-be-missed conferences taking place in the city through the end of May.
Do you design for your community and work for engagement in public spaces? uncategorized

Mar. 12, 2019 7:05 am

Do you design for your community and work for engagement in public spaces?

If so, the Knight Foundation wants you to nominate yourself for one of its inaugural Public Spaces Fellowships.
Power Moves: Cassie Haynes left city government to co-lead Resolve Philadelphia uncategorized

Aug. 3, 2018 1:50 pm

Power Moves: Cassie Haynes left city government to co-lead Resolve Philadelphia

Plus, Asian Arts Initiative's new ED is Anne Ishii, Michael Days is Philadelphia Media Network's first VP of diversity and inclusion and four more leadership changes in local social impact.
cinéSPEAK’s 2018 season kicks off with Ai Weiwei doc ‘Human Flow’ uncategorized

Jan. 29, 2018 11:16 am

cinéSPEAK’s 2018 season kicks off with Ai Weiwei doc ‘Human Flow’

The volunteer-run group hosts public film screenings in nontraditional spaces and is most known for its local support of the #BoycottTheOscars movement.
Longer grant periods and less jargon: Funders and nonprofits are working toward a middle ground uncategorized

Oct. 2, 2017 11:18 am

Longer grant periods and less jargon: Funders and nonprofits are working toward a middle ground

Panelists at The Nonprofit Center at La Salle's Meet the Funders event said they're listening to their grantees — and making changes to their processes as a result.
It’s National Reentry Week. Here are 4 policy solutions to help youth with criminal records uncategorized

Apr. 27, 2017 11:08 am

It’s National Reentry Week. Here are 4 policy solutions to help youth with criminal records

Why two Philly lawyers are calling for "bold policy reform."
These students running a ‘think-and-action tank’ might be a new breed of nonprofit leaders uncategorized

Dec. 21, 2015 11:30 am

These students running a ‘think-and-action tank’ might be a new breed of nonprofit leaders

ENGAGE began as a two-person project and quickly evolved into a formal organization with 20+ members and a unique model for enacting social change. Its leaders think you can learn from them.
Why 3,000 people use 315 S. Broad St. as their mailing address uncategorized

Dec. 14, 2015 11:08 am

Why 3,000 people use 315 S. Broad St. as their mailing address

At any point in time in Philadelphia, between 2,600 and 3,000 people who are homeless, living in a shelter, or living in some other form of transitional, temporary housing are collecting their mail at Broad Street Ministry.
How Rezzcard is simplifying rental payments for affordable housing tenants uncategorized

Dec. 8, 2015 8:44 pm

How Rezzcard is simplifying rental payments for affordable housing tenants

The Phialdelphia startup is working with the Philadelphia Housing Authority to provide underbanked renal tenants with electronic payment options.

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