Philadelphia

PFSA Offering Virtual Mandated Reporter Training

PFSA is continuing to offer virtual Mandated Reporter Training at no cost to mandated reporters in Pennsylvania. This three-hour virtual training is approved by the Departments of Human Services, Education,…

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It’s Family Fun Month at the Free Library of Philadelphia!

Did you know that August is Family Fun Month at the Free Library? From summer reading activities and outdoor storytimes to movie nights and mindfulness programs, the Free Library of Philadelphia…

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PowerCorpsPHL Is Now Hiring!

Step 1: Complete the online application and schedule an interview Step 2: Attend an Intake Session Step 3: Second Interview and Intake Step 4: Complete our 3-week Introductory Period *Young…

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Camp Mariposa: Free Camp for Philadelphia Youth

Camp Mariposa is a free weekend resource for children ages 9-12 in Philadelphia who have been affected by substance abuse in their lifetime. This camp has a team of Camp…

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SCOTUS Rules Unanimously in LGBTQ+ Rights Case

On June 17, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Philadelphia Catholic Social Services in the LGBTQ+ rights case of Fulton v. The City of Philadelphia—the case that considered…

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Food Assistance Available for Pennsylvanians

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), 12 percent of the U.S. population has limited access to nutritious food. Hunger can impact health and well-being, work performance and the rate at which children…

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6 Ways to Support Asian Americans in Philadelphia Beyond AAPI Heritage Month

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. During this time, we recognize and celebrate the Asian and Pacific Islanders who have enriched America’s history and are instrumental…

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Create a Community Garden in Your Neighborhood with PHS Harvest

Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) Harvest is back for another year of growing and sharing food crops from your very own gardening space to local food banks to help combat food…

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An ASCI Gem: Tulleesha Burbage Discovers Family Heritage

Tulleesha Burbage is a Child and Family Services Program Supervisor at ASCI. After completing roughly 1,000 kinship adoptions, Tulleesha shares that she feels good knowing these kinship adoptions are keeping…

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Women-Owned Businesses in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia You Can Support

March is Women’s History Month and we’d like to celebrate these amazing women-owned businesses in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia! It is vital to support female entrepreneurs. Here are a few places you…

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