Philadelphia

Micro Clients

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THE CENTER FOR RETURNING CITIZENS (TCRC)

Philadelphia, PA

www.tcrcphilly.org

The Center for Returning Citizens assists returning citizens in the transition from incarceration to society and advocates for those dealing with the adverse impacts of incarceration.

TCRC is receiving a FUNDING STRATEGY project.

 

FRONTLINE DADS, INC. 

Philadelphia, PA

www.frontlinedads.org

Frontline Dads facilitates the intellectual, emotional, spiritual, and cultural development of African American men and at-risk youth to empower them to assume leadership positions in their families and communities.

Frontline Dads is receiving a FUNDING STRATEGY project.

 

OUR CLOSET

Philadelphia, PA

www.ourclosetpa.org

Our Closet provides free clothing to Philadelphians in need in neighborhoods throughout the city, with a dignified shopping experience and no forms to fill out or eligibility requirements.

Our Closet is receiving a STRATEGIC ALIGNMENT project.

 

PETER’S PLACE

Radnor, PA

www.petersplaceonline.org

Peter’s Place provides safe and supportive environments for grieving children and families and acts as a community resource to foster understanding of the effects of death and grief.

Peter’s Place is receiving a STRATEGIC ALIGNMENT project.

 

PHILADELPHIA AUTO AND PAROLE INC. REENTRY

Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia Auto and Parole Inc. Reentry provides recently incarcerated individuals with basic automotive training courses and a certificate program to allow them to become self-sufficient and productive citizens.

They are receiving a BOARD DEVELOPMENT project.

 

WHY NOT PROSPER

Philadelphia, PA

www.whynotprosper.org

Why Not Prosper helps women discover their own strength and become responsible, economically self-sufficient and contributing members of the community.

Why Not Prosper is receiving a BOARD DEVELOPMENT project.

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