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Updates on foundation and fund responses to COVID-19 funding

May 4, 2020 3:42 pm

Updates on foundation and fund responses to COVID-19

Includes news from Brandywine Health Foundation, Bread & Roses Community Fund, The Pew Charitable Trusts, The Philadelphia Bar Foundation, The Presser Foundation, The William Penn Foundation, and more.
Solutions Journalism round-up: What’s being done, near and far, to protect people from COVID-19 impacts? purpose

Apr. 9, 2020 8:13 am

Solutions Journalism round-up: What’s being done, near and far, to protect people from COVID-19 impacts?

Solutions Journalism Network co-founder Tina Rosenberg highlights stories focused on solutions to the large and small impacts of the COVID-19 crisis.
Teach your children well: A sense of community and intergenerational appeal are key to this event’s success purpose

Aug. 15, 2019 12:00 pm

Teach your children well: A sense of community and intergenerational appeal are key to this event’s success

Most nonprofit fundraising events fizzle out after a couple of years, says columnist Krys Sipple, but the Philadelphia Folk Festival continues to attract 35,000 attendees annually.
Tackling food insecurity: Best practices from Bucks, Chesco, Delco and Montco method

Mar. 28, 2019 3:14 pm

Tackling food insecurity: Best practices from Bucks, Chesco, Delco and Montco

From listening to community to trauma-informed approaches, nonprofits in the suburbs diversify strategies in their fight against hunger.
Making financial changes together in Montco and Delco method

Mar. 27, 2019 4:29 pm

Making financial changes together in Montco and Delco

Habitat for Humanity, Philabundance and the Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities are joining together to help housing and food insecure families back on their feet.
March is going to The ‘Burbs purpose

Mar. 6, 2019 1:20 pm

March is going to The ‘Burbs

Even if you don’t buy into the stereotypes, you might be forgiven for wondering what need could there possibly be for social impact organizations to work in the four wealthiest counties in the state. As it happens, there is plenty of need.

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