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Department of Commerce is offering development grants in North Central Empowerment Zone funding

Jul. 23, 2015 3:45 pm

Department of Commerce is offering development grants in North Central Empowerment Zone

The RFP process is for both nonprofit and for-profit developers
Fresh perspectives needed for the Tutor Institute 2015 purpose

Jul. 22, 2015 11:00 am

Fresh perspectives needed for the Tutor Institute 2015

The Mayor’s Commission on Literacy is calling for proposals by August 17
Philly is going global, and that means more than you think results

Jul. 15, 2015 1:00 pm

Philly is going global, and that means more than you think

The mayor is looking toward sealing Philly as a World Heritage City
The Lenfest and William Penn Foundations are teaming up for the kids funding

Jul. 15, 2015 11:00 am

The Lenfest and William Penn Foundations are teaming up for the kids

Collectively $10.5 million from the two foundations will go toward improving K-3 literacy education
The July speakers at OpenAccessPHL are attacking big problems people

Jul. 13, 2015 2:28 pm

The July speakers at OpenAccessPHL are attacking big problems

OAP also announced its CivInc impact stories series.
Why adult literacy in Philly is getting much deserved attention purpose

Jul. 8, 2015 11:00 am

Why adult literacy in Philly is getting much deserved attention

The Mayor’s Commission on Literacy was recognized for its efforts and awarded a $10,000 grant
The Commission on Universal Pre-K has Launched purpose

Jul. 1, 2015 12:30 pm

The Commission on Universal Pre-K has Launched

The first draft of the Commission’s plan is due January 15, 2016
How Do You Make Green Infrastructure Fun? Soak It Up, Philly! Tries Its Hand method

Jun. 19, 2015 11:17 am

How Do You Make Green Infrastructure Fun? Soak It Up, Philly! Tries Its Hand

Signs will be installed at various green water infrastructure sites in 18 different neighborhoods throughout the city.
[Commentary] What role does sustainability have in the future of our city’s government? purpose

Jun. 4, 2015 12:30 pm

[Commentary] What role does sustainability have in the future of our city’s government?

With primary day in Philadelphia behind us, many media outlets and citizens across Philadelphia are beginning to conceive of what a Jim Kenney mayoral administration will mean for our city. In almost the same time frame of the Democratic primary race that started last fall, I have had the privilege of writing this column entitled […]
#PhillyChanger Chat: Alyssa Thomas of Kiva Zip people

May 20, 2015 1:54 pm

#PhillyChanger Chat: Alyssa Thomas of Kiva Zip

#PhillyChanger Chats is a video series aimed at making Philly leaders more accessible. Featuring leaders of nonprofits, social enterprises, local government, and community organizations, these are people who are actively working to change Philadelphia for the better. Is there someone you’d like to see featured here? Email us at news@generocity.org. Alyssa Thomas is the manager of […]

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