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This is how much money Philly’s 50 biggest nonprofits’ CEOs make in a year funding

Sep. 12, 2018 2:00 pm

This is how much money Philly’s 50 biggest nonprofits’ CEOs make in a year

We dug through a bunch of tax forms so you don't have to. Heads up: Penn President Dr. Amy Gutmann made $3,537,020 in the 2015-2016 fiscal year.
The activist owners of South Philly Barbacoa will be featured on Netflix’s ‘Chef’s Table’ people

Sep. 11, 2018 7:00 am

The activist owners of South Philly Barbacoa will be featured on Netflix’s ‘Chef’s Table’

Generocity sat down with Cristina Martinez and Benjamin Miller to discuss their experience filming the international-facing show and the impact they hope to make by speaking out on behalf of undocumented workers. Their episode premieres Sept. 28.
Leader List 2018: Meet 12 people of color strengthening Philly’s social impact sector people

Aug. 31, 2018 12:45 pm

Leader List 2018: Meet 12 people of color strengthening Philly’s social impact sector

Nonprofit, philanthropy, local gov and biz pros working in the fields of hiring, women in leadership, social entrepreneurship, accessibility, criminal justice, LGBTQ, sustainability, leaders of color, community development, impact investing, civic tech and volunteerism.
These are Philadelphia’s 50 biggest nonprofits by income funding

Aug. 10, 2018 1:00 pm

These are Philadelphia’s 50 biggest nonprofits by income

An updated ranking — though, once again, Penn tops the list (by far).
Home visits from education experts are improving outcomes for Philly kids in poverty results

Aug. 8, 2018 12:45 pm

Home visits from education experts are improving outcomes for Philly kids in poverty

In-home lessons for under-resourced families can improve literacy rates and shrink the achievement gap. Here's how they work — and one North Philadelphia mom's story.
Pennsylvania is getting tighter regulations for recovery homes. Will they improve a faulty system? results

Jul. 26, 2018 2:16 pm

Pennsylvania is getting tighter regulations for recovery homes. Will they improve a faulty system?

In 2016, Bristol Township passed its own such ordinances. Here's what the impact and challenges have been, and why monitoring the places where people with addiction can recover matters.
These nonprofits still can’t work in their Center City offices thanks to that massive water main break results

Jul. 10, 2018 12:55 pm

These nonprofits still can’t work in their Center City offices thanks to that massive water main break

The local arts and culture, counseling and legal communities are stepping up to provide temporary space to displaced tenants of The Philadelphia Building following the July 3 event.
We asked four Philly nonprofits how they changed after recent public scandals. They all declined to talk method

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.
Mental health guide: Where to get therapy on a sliding scale in Philadelphia purpose

Jun. 27, 2018 12:46 pm

Mental health guide: Where to get therapy on a sliding scale in Philadelphia

Many of these 12+ organizations' fees are based on income, so insurance isn’t required to receive help.
Kensington Storefront workers facing the opioid crisis head-on: ‘We need more help’ from the city results

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.

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