Signature Site Projects – 2017

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Edit EntryVolunteer Organization Coordinator Name Organization Mission Phone (day) Phone (evening) EmailVolunteer slots available
Volunteer for this ProjectElements of Community, Inc ,Dr. Leslie Grace

Element of the Community Inc, provides inspiring, empowering and enlightening opportunities for children, their family and the community. We believe that what we offer changes financial habits and patterns of children and their families. We feel like we're different from other organizations because we stay up to date with today's trends and best practice in regards to Economics, Education, Entrepreneurship and Media. We are committed to helping children and their families' become life long learners, socially responsible, self sufficient, productive financially free citizens of their community. We are dedicated to cultivating the mind, land and economic structure of inner communities. We're special because we offer you services like: E3 Education, Empowerment & Entrepreneurship sessions, Mathematics of Money Bootcamp, Money Management for the Families, Financial Reality Fair for the Children, Youth Film & Journalism Sessions. and Inner City Children's Fund.

(267) 776-5384(267) 776-5384Email hidden; Javascript is required.16
Volunteer for this ProjectCecil B. Moore Philadelphia Freedom FightersKaren Asper Jordan

The Cecil B. Moore Philadelphia Freedom Fighters are veterans of the Civil Rights Movement in Philadelphia. Inspired, as teenagers, to fight segregation and discrimination, under the dynamic leadership of Cecil Bassett Moore Esq., president of the Philadelphia chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, NAACP, criminal attorney, civil rights activist, humanitarian, City Councilman of the 5th District, and a proud U.S. Marine. Cecil B. Moore championed Philadelphia's most needy African Americans. He transformed the Philadelphia chapter of the NAACP, from an elite organization to an inclusive one, to achieve results through public activism. Relentless was his fight against police brutality, discrimination in the building trades industry, the railroad, Post Office and in education. Moore increased the number of African Americans employed in small businesses, remedied discrimination hiring at many large companies, eradicated "blackface" in parades and registered thousands of voters. His longest lived demonstration, while the case was battled in court, was Girard College, which was desegregated in 1968. A court battle, in 1954, was spear headed, by the late, Honorable Judge Raymond Pace Alexander. The Cecil B. Moore Philadelphia Freedom Fighters' mission is to keep the legacy of Cecil B. Moore alive. We engage the youth in schools, churches and colleges. We work actively with the Cecil B. Moore Library, Girard College, Blockson Collection at Temple University, Martin Luther King Day of Service, Urban Archives of Temple University, Beech Incorporated, History Making Productions and community initiatives. The Freedom Fighters encourage education, activism, pride, dignity, understanding, inclusion, respect, commitment, service, responsibility to self and humanity, and to exercise your rights as an American citizen.

(267) 205-6433(215) 329-3352Email hidden; Javascript is required.23
Volunteer for this ProjectFUTURE MINDS INCSUSAN M COOK


(267) 242-6107(267) 242-6107Email hidden; Javascript is required.34
Volunteer for this ProjectITFC_LoveAlways MinistriesJo Anne Lewis

Help transform the lives of children and families (specif teen parents )through love- while assisting them in overcoming barriers that can/ will prevent them from moving their lives forward

(215) 327-5550(215) 327-5550Email hidden; Javascript is required.34
Volunteer for this ProjectInterfaith Center of Greater PhiladelphiaAndrew Feigenbaum

The Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia advances mutual trust, understanding, and cooperation among faith communities, in order to work together for the common good of the region.

(215) 222-1012(215) 222-1012Email hidden; Javascript is required.39
Volunteer for this ProjectMuslim Student AssociationJehron Muhammad

Anti Muslim Bigotry forum

(267) 981-6227(267) 981-6227Email hidden; Javascript is required.40
Volunteer for this ProjectCommittee of SeventyPatrick Christmas

The Committee of Seventy is the region's only independent and strictly nonpartisan advocate for better government and politics. The organization continues to drive toward its founding objectives from 1904:
1) Open up and improve the voting process and our political culture.
2) Elect honest, capable people to public office and help them make government work better.
3) Engage citizens in the process of making important decisions about our future.

(919) 423-7281(919) 423-7281Email hidden; Javascript is required.37
Volunteer for this ProjectApple Health Network, IncBill Young

Our Mission is to educate the public on how to take control of their health and discover effective, safe methods of self healing. We show people simple, affordable ways to restore and maintain their health, so that they can in turn, disseminate this important information to family, friends, neighbors and church goers.

(631) 561-3864(631) 561-3864Email hidden; Javascript is required.40
Volunteer for this ProjectJamillahsayswhat!Judith Robinson

Oral history and community development using tourism.

(215) 765-9500(215) 235-6517Email hidden; Javascript is required.40
Volunteer for this ProjectKelly Educational StaffingWill Cruz, KES Recruitment Manager I Philadelphia Territory & Erika Shearlds-Hill Recruiter/KES Staffing Supervisor I Philadelphia Territory

Kelly Educational Staffing is a specialty service of Kelly Services, a global leader in workforce solutions and the first staffing provider to develop a comprehensive education talent management solution.
Founded in 1946, Kelly Services has provided workforce solutions to customers in a variety of industries. Kelly has evolved from a United States-focused company, concentrating primarily on traditional office services, into a global workforce solutions leader with a breadth of specialties including finance and accounting, education, engineering, information technology, law, science, and healthcare.
Our specialization in education began in 1997. Since that time, Kelly Educational Staffing has been helping school districts adapt to changing conditions by building workforce programs that support their goals. We currently partner with 7,055+ public, private, and charter schools across 35 states.

(267) 758-8688(610) 513-0831Email hidden; Javascript is required.39
Volunteer for this ProjectPhiladelphia Fire Department - EMS TrainingCaptain Arturo Alleyne

The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Unit strives to fulfill its mission via fire abatement and extinguishment; comprehensive fire prevention programs; fire investigation; and the delivery of high quality, pre-hospital emergency medical care and transportation in a timely and professional manner.

(215) 685-8969(215) 685-8969Email hidden; Javascript is required.39
Volunteer for this ProjectPhiladelphia Fire Department - Fire Prevention DivisionCurtis Graves

Our mission is to serve the public by providing comprehensive all hazard prevention, risk reduction and emergency response.

(215) 685-8961(215) 685-8961Email hidden; Javascript is required.36
Volunteer for this ProjectSchool District of PhiladelphiaMicael Navarro Lopez

The School District of Philadelphia's Office of Strategic Partnerships coordinates partner and volunteer resources to align them with the goals and priorities of Action Plan v3.0 and to help create excellent schools.

(215) 400-5337(215) 400-5337Email hidden; Javascript is required.34
Volunteer for this ProjectEngaging Males of Color (EMOC), Dept. of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS)Gabriel Bryant

The EMOC initiative seeks to promote an enhanced awareness of the behavioral health challenges experienced by males of color across Philadelphia. Our goal is to improve the health status of males of color by increasing behavioral health literacy and access to resources and services, while reducing stigma and known disparities and building system capacity, in order to sustain wellness.

(215) 685-4726(215) 847-6731Email hidden; Javascript is required.37
Opportunity fullThe Dream Flag ProjectJeffrey Harlan

To connect students to their dreams and their dreams to the world in order to develop student motivation, global citizenship, and community engagement.

(215) 873-6066(215) 873-6066Email hidden; Javascript is required.0

To assist individuals with disabilities to obtain competitive integrated employment.

(215) 560-1932(570) 616-5266Email hidden; Javascript is required.0
Volunteer for this ProjectPhiladelphia Commission on Human RelationsRandy Duque, Deputy Director

To enforce the anti-discrimination provisions of the Philadelphia Fair Practices Ordinance in employment, housing and public accommodations, along with related executive orders; and to work through a wide variety of approaches to establish a climate or environment in the City of Philadelphia that is conducive to intergroup harmony, and to assist people of all backgrounds to co-exist positively with others, irrespective of group identity.

(215) 686-4670(215) 686-4670Email hidden; Javascript is required.82
Opportunity fullThe Urban League of PhiladelphiaCarla Baptiste

Since 1917, The Urban League of Philadelphia has been empowering the African American community. We are an affiliate of the National Urban League the nation’s oldest and largest community-based movement devoted to empowering African Americans to enter the economic and social mainstream.
Our Connect 360 Strategic Plan clearly defines our function as a bridge connecting individuals, civic organizations, corporations, and public officials in the Greater Philadelphia region.

Our mission is defined by the ABC’s:

Advocacy & Policy
Business & Talent Diversity
Community & Economic Development

We have

A dynamic Board of Directors providing leadership and guidance
Talented staff members offering knowledge and training
Dedicated volunteers spreading empowerment in the community

All we need is YOU to make the connection complete.

(215) 985-3220(215) 985-3220Email hidden; Javascript is required.0
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