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12+12+ is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on partnering with Philadelphia high schools to help low-income high school students achieve both college access and completion.
1st Sphere Community & Economic Development Corporationa non profit corporation. For over two decades, our volunteers have assisted our community in multiple human services areas. While most of our programs focus on delivering affordable and equitable technology, health, finance and housing opportunities to low and moderate income people.
AARP Experience CorpsAARP Experience Corps (AARP-EC) was founded in Philadelphia in 1995 to harness the time and talent of experienced caring older adults age who help struggling K-3 students become proficient readers. Impacting Philadelphia, 170 trained volunteers tutor some 3,000 students in 17 Philadelphia schools.
ABC Men Inc (Able Body Christian Men)ABC Men Inc. is a non-profit organization that supports seniors, the disabled, and youth in need, regardless of race, nationality, religion, or creed. Our organization consists of motivated men and women devoted to helping these people.
Abington Area Nursing MomsAbington Nursing Moms is a community based non-profit organization offering positive support and non-medical breastfeeding advice- free of charge. If you have breastfed for 6 months or +, we can train you. Want to help but not ready to be a counselor? Volunteers are needed for administrative tasks.
Abington Art CenterAbington Art Center presents exhibitions, programs and events designed to make the visual arts a part of your world. We believe art should be engaging, approachable and, above all else, fun. At Abington Art Center, you won’t just observe art. You’ll touch it, feel it it and create it.
Academy of Natural SciencesThe Academy of Natural Sciences is a natural science museum and research institution. Scientists focus on critical issues in biodiversity, evolution and environmental science, and this knowledge of the natural world is shared with visitors to the museum through exhibits and educational programs.
ACHIEVEabilityACHIEVEability, located in Philadelphia, works to permanently break the cycle of poverty for single parent, low-income families, many formerly homeless, by providing a range of supportive services, including education, job readiness and housing assistance.
Achieving Independence CenterValley Youth House provides services through the Achieving Independence Center and Valley Youth House's Supportive Housing Program. Both programs provide life skills, housing services, employment assistance, and community-based programming to foster care youth between 16 and 21 years old.
Achieving Independence Center (AIC)The Achieving Independence Center (AIC) is a “one-stop shop” for youth transitioning from dependent care to self-sufficiency. AIC helps youth achieve their future goals, and is a collaborative project sponsored by the Philadelphia Department of Human Services and managed by Valley Youth House.