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Opinion | Solving Philly’s poverty issues takes consistent, relentless effort by Mayor Jim Kenney

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Mayor Kenney arugues that ultimately, the best ways to reduced Philadelphia's systemic, intergenerational poverty are to improve educational and economic opportunities, and to empower residents with the resources they need to get family-sustaining jobs.

Knight Foundation gives $4M for citywide conversation about park over I-95

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

A newly funded citywide public engagement campaign will be designed to give all Philadelphians a chance to shape plans for a new waterfront park over I-95 at Penn's Landing.

Govenor Wolf Creates Commission to Ensure Fair, Accurate Count in 2020 Census

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Friday, September 14, 2018

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed an Executive Order establishing a new commission that will coordinate Pennsylvania’s involvement with the U.S. Census Bureau to ensure a fair and accurate count in 2020.

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The Philadelphia Foundation Hosts Inspiring Exhibition of Art Created by Individuals Living with Dementia

Monday, September 10, 2018

The new exhibit at The Philadelphia Foundation's Community Art Gallery titled “It Feels like Freedom” features works created by  individuals living with memory loss, dementia and chronic illness.

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Sidney Hargro named to Generocity's 2018 Leaders List

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Philanthropy Network's Executive Director Sidney Hargro is among 12 people of color on Generocity's Leader List 2018, spotlighting those who are doing exceptional work to strengthen Philly’s social impact sector.

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