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Opinion: Funders can do better, but so can nonprofits purpose

Jun. 23, 2021 8:30 am

Opinion: Funders can do better, but so can nonprofits

Nonprofit professionals have the power to connect a major funder to the work. This power should not be taken for granted, says guest columnist Nicole Tell.
PA county govs map out how they will use American Rescue Plan money while state dithers funding

May 26, 2021 8:34 am

PA county govs map out how they will use American Rescue Plan money while state dithers

According to experts, one of the most under-discussed aspects of ARP is that it represents "not only the largest positive fiscal jolt to state and local budgets in decades, but also the one most supportive of local discretion."
In PA, getting shots into millions of arms is a logistical and equity nightmare purpose

Mar. 24, 2021 1:30 pm

In PA, getting shots into millions of arms is a logistical and equity nightmare

Montgomery, Delaware, Chester and Bucks counties — which together account for almost 25% of the state’s population — have experienced a shortage of vaccine supplies and increased demand. And those aren't the only challenges facing suburban communities of color.
Where has the coronavirus relief money gone? funding

Dec. 14, 2020 3:47 pm

Where has the coronavirus relief money gone?

According to the National Governor’s Association, 7 out of 10 Coronavirus Relief Fund recipients say changing and unclear guidance from the Treasury Department has slowed the allocation process.
Shortened census count will hurt communities of color, but there is still time to be counted purpose

Sep. 1, 2020 8:49 am

Shortened census count will hurt communities of color, but there is still time to be counted

According to guest columnist Aggie Yellow Horse, the Black community is at greatest risk of a census undercount. Our Generocity infographic shows that Philadelphia, Wilmington, Camden, Norristown and Chester all lag in census completion.
This Juneteenth, let’s remember the U.S.C.T. and Camp William Penn purpose

Jun. 18, 2020 3:37 pm

This Juneteenth, let’s remember the U.S.C.T. and Camp William Penn

The first African in America Parade in the United States of America took place in Philadelphia when several hundred African Americans headed for the first training camp for the United States Colored Troops.
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.

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