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Bridgeway Inc.Bridgeway Inc. has served the neediest residents of the Tioga/Nicetown section of North Philadelphia for over 35 years. Bridgeway is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that provides vital community services to over 5,000 people each year.
BuildaBridge InternationalBuildaBridge is an arts education and intervention organization, providing direct service & training to communities in the tough places of the world. BuildaBridge enlists artists in service to others through 3 programs: Community, International & an annual training Institute.
Campaign for Working FamiliesThe Campaign for Working Families is a non-profit volunteered supported organization that serves low income families during the tax season. We operate 11 community based tax sites offering e-file, direct deposit, FAFSA and public benefits applications and access fairly priced financial products.
Cancer Treatment Centers of AmericaCancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) is committed to helping people overcome cancer. The best way we know how is by listening to our patients. By encouraging and empowering each patient to be part of the recovery process, our cancer experts can better understand and serve their needs.
Cardinal Bevilacqua Community CenterThe community center at Visitation provides a safe place for community outreach, continuous education, and recreation among the diverse cultural communities of Kensington. The center embraces and celebrates this community and seeks to be a welcoming and supportive presence to all its neighbors.
Career WardrobeCareer Wardrobe provides free professional clothing and support services such as resume review, peer networking sessions and professional development seminars for women returning to work. Career Wardrobe operates The Wardrobe Boutique, a resale store at 19th and Spring Garden Streets.
Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly (CARIE)CARIE, the Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly, is a non–profit agency committed to promoting the well- being, rights and autonomy of older persons through advocacy, education and action.
Center for LiteracyCFL’s vision is an educated community of lifelong learners that is well-prepared to meet the challenges of the economy and society.
Center for Literacy (CFL)The Center for Literacy is the nation's largest community-based nonprofit literacy provider. CFL offers adult basic and literacy education, family literacy, out-of-school youth programs, workforce initiatives, GED programs and other initiatives.
Center for Social Policy and Community Development (CSPCD)Established in 1969, Temple University’s Center for Social Policy and Community Development (CSPCD) is now housed in the School of Social Work under the College of Health Professions and Social Work. CSPCD continues to offer numerous educational and outreach programs for the community at Temple.