Signature Site Projects – 2017

Volunteer Organization: Coordinator Name: Organization Mission: Phone (day): Phone (evening): Email: In which Signature Site venue(s) will your organization have a project/booth? Check all that apply:Edit Entry
Volunteer for this projectGlad Dogs Nation / Glad Dogs FoundationMarianne Ahern

We support a variety of animal welfare initiatives, including a strong focus on combatting pet overpopulation.

Our adorable handcrafted pet toys begin as unwanted kid's stuffed toys. We sanitize them using biodegradable detergent. We remove hard eyes and put cute appliques in their place. We replace the hard noses with colorful pompoms. Then we offer the toys at a price below what you’d pay in a pet store – so no one needs to shed a tear if the toy is destroyed during play.

Finally, we spread the gladness by donating 100% of our profits to Glad Dogs Foundation which funds initiatives to stem pet overpopulation, provide food and medical care for dogs, and support other innovative ideas.

(215) 485-0400(215) 485-0400Email hidden; Javascript is required.
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  • Civic Engagement Expo
Volunteer for this projectAVONKathy & Fred Hansell

To help others be a successful business owner and work from home!

(610) 664-4240(610) 664-4240Email hidden; Javascript is required.
  • Jobs & Opportunity Fair
Volunteer for this projectSickle Cell Disease Association of America, Philadelphia/Delaware Valley ChapterShakirah Stephens

The Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, Philadelphia/Delaware Valley Chapter's(SCDAA/PDVC) mission is to serve as a vehicle and resource center for the psychosocial and social service needs of children, adolescents, adults and families affected by sickle cell disease and sickle cell trait. SCDAA/PDVC seeks to develop, manage and allocate resources in partnership with hospitals, charitable organizations, community based organizations and social service agencies.

(215) 471-8686(610) 348-2540Email hidden; Javascript is required.
  • Health and Wellness Fair
Volunteer for this projectTemple Health: Block-by-BlockAmie Devlin

Temple Health: Block-by-Block (THB3) is a multi-disciplinary research partnership at Temple University School of Medicine and Temple Clinical Research Institute (TCRI). The THB3 research partnership aims to better understand and address the health concerns and needs of communities in North Philadelphia by gathering health information about local residents, connecting community members with research studies and health programs at Temple University, and promoting health and wellness initiatives targeting the health priorities of the local community.

(215) 707-1317(215) 900-6548Email hidden; Javascript is required.
  • Health and Wellness Fair
Volunteer for this projectStop Hunger NowRichard Armenia

Stop Hunger Now is a hunger relief organization that is focused on ending world hunger in our lifetime by supplying life-changing aid to the worlds most vulnerable.

(704) 654-9667(704) 654-9667Email hidden; Javascript is required.
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Volunteer for this projectHabitat for Humanity PhiladelphiaDeidra Duncan

Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia is driven by the fundamental belief that everyone deserves a safe and affordable place to live.

(215) 765-6000(215) 765-6000Email hidden; Javascript is required.
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Volunteer for this projectLinda Creed Breast CancerFran Orodeckis

We fight breast cancer through community-based education and referrals, support, advocacy, and direct services.

(215) 564-3700(609) 636-4113Email hidden; Javascript is required.
  • Health and Wellness Fair
Volunteer for this projectTemple University Kornberg School of DentistryTheresa Hopkins

The Kornberg School of Dentistry promotes health through the education of diverse general and specialty dentists; provides comprehensive, patient-centered, evidence-based and outcome-driven oral health care; and, engages in research, scholarly activities and community service.

(215) 707-7085(215) 549-2556Email hidden; Javascript is required.
  • Health and Wellness Fair
Volunteer for this projectPhiladelphia Department of RevenueVicki Riley

The Department of Revenue collects money owed to the City of Philadelphia. This includes the collecting of Real Estate Taxes. Revenue offers several assistance programs to help homeowners pay their Real Estate Taxes and Water bills. The Department is also engaged in a city-wide campaign to promote the Federal EITC program.

(215) 686-6831(215) 471-6073Email hidden; Javascript is required.
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Volunteer for this projectPhiladelphia Police DepartmentP/O Kenneth Scott & P/O Shawneir Collier

Looking for men and women with an interest in law enforcement. Excellent benefits and starting salary with opportunities for advancement.

(215) 683-2677(216) 683-2677Email hidden; Javascript is required.
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Volunteer for this projectChildren's Scholarship Fund PhiladelphiaJacquelyne Spencer

Children’s Scholarship Fund Philadelphia (CSFP) is a privately-funded program whose mission is to provide children from low-income Philadelphia families with financial access to quality, safe, K-8th grade, tuition-based schools, thereby increasing their long-term economic and social success. CSFP grants need-based scholarships to children from low-income Philadelphia families, all of which are awarded by random lottery. CSFP currently serves 5,500 children enrolled at over 160 private and parochial schools.

(215) 670-8411(215) 264-1388Email hidden; Javascript is required.
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Volunteer for this projectThank-A-VetShannon Drake

Assisting Veterans and their families; One 'Thank You' at a time

(732) 570-8339(732) 570-8339Email hidden; Javascript is required.
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Volunteer for this projectHome DepotA. "Nickie" Ruchardson-Fountain

As an industry leader, we're constantly challenged to offer superior customer service. Teamwork and problem-solving skills are tools we use everyday to accomplish that goal. If these attributes describe you, visit us online and learn more about the exciting career opportunities at The Home Depot.

(610) 459-4278(610) 459-4278Email hidden; Javascript is required.
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Volunteer for this projectPhiladelphia Fire DepartmentSean Mack, Captain

Our mission is to serve the public by providing comprehensive all hazard prevention, risk reduction and emergency response, and to ensure the health and safety of our members.

(215) 685-3749(215) 685-3748Email hidden; Javascript is required.
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Volunteer for this projectGift of Life Donor ProgramLeslie R. Jean-Mary

Gift of Life Donor Program Mission Statement: Improve the quality of life of patients awaiting transplantation by maximizing the availability of donor organs and tissues while upholding the highest medical, legal, ethical, and fiscal standards; Work in partnership with the region's hospitals and health care professionals to ensure that the family of each potential donor is offered the option of donation in a sensitive and caring manner; Provide educational programs and materials to positively predispose all members of the community to organ and tissue donation so that the donation is viewed as a fundamental human responsibility; Serve as a community resource by providing support for families of donors as well as transplant recipients and their families, and; Serve as a leader in the advancement of organ and tissue donation and transplantation.

(215) 565-5540(215) 565-5540Email hidden; Javascript is required.
  • Health and Wellness Fair
Volunteer for this projectPhiladelphia Corporation for AgingRick Spector

To help the elderly live healthier and more productive lives in the community.

(215) 765-9000(215) 765-9000Email hidden; Javascript is required.
  • Civic Engagement Expo
Volunteer for this projectLet's Go OutdoorsKeisha Scovens

Let's Go Outdoors seeks to connect city communities to outdoor experiences. We do this through educational workshops, weekly programming, family activities, school-based learning sessions, trips, and excursions. Families, individuals, and/or organizations engage in fun outdoor-themed experiences that promote learning, build character and encourage a healthier way of life.

(866) 878-3595(866) 878-3595Email hidden; Javascript is required.
  • Health and Wellness Fair
Volunteer for this projectMomInc3MomInc3plus1 Youth Organization feat. The Philly Jumping Jems Double Dutch Team & LeagueCassandra N Lee

Our mission is to bring Childhood Obesity & Cancer to the forefront by using the sport of Double Dutch & Rope Skipping. All our members are given information about learning to Eat Right and making it a way of Life, we also will be collecting Teddy Bears & Books this year to distribute to the children in Onocology at CHOP & the Ronald McDonald Houses.

(215) 276-5217(215) 842-3488Email hidden; Javascript is required.
  • Kids’ Carnival
Volunteer for this projectPhiladelphia Water DepartmentDarlene Crawford

The Public Affairs Division is a dedicated, customer-focused team committed to enhancing the quality of life of the external and internal customers we serve by:

Providing reliable and timely information and support
Fostering environmental stewardship
Acknowledging customers' concerns
Creating credibility for the Department and
Leading the Department in establishing a philosophy of customer sensitivity

(215) 685-6217(215) 685-6217Email hidden; Javascript is required.
  • Health and Wellness Fair
Volunteer for this projectProactSarah Colton

To provide resources and opportunities to reduce the impact of addiction, trauma and other related health issues for the entire community. We accomplish this through prevention, consultation, education, advocacy, assessment, intervention and recovery support services.

(267) 403-0378(267) 403-0378Email hidden; Javascript is required.
  • Health and Wellness Fair
Volunteer for this projectAmeriCorps Alums- Philadelphia ChapterPorsche Holland

AmeriCorps Alums is a community of engaged citizens and civic leaders that gets things done for America. Today in America, one in five children lives in poverty, high school dropout rates persist, and the rungs of the ladder to economic mobility are shaky, at best. America’s challenges are real and urgent. We need all Americans – especially those who have proven themselves to be citizen leaders – to get involved in changing lives and communities. And we need them now. That’s why AmeriCorps Alums’ mission is to support alumni of all AmeriCorps programs to grow as civic leaders, for life.

(267) 401-9673(267) 401-9673Email hidden; Javascript is required.
  • Civic Engagement Expo
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