2019 Alpha Reports

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 Workflow Step Final Status Host Organization Project Coordinator Name Phone (Day) Email Project Type Description Site Address County Date Start Time End Time # Total Volunteers # Additional Volunteers
Art Sphere IncKristin Groenveld(215) 350-1968kristin@artsphere.orgAdvocacy Event

From 9-noon we invite volunteers to join us at our office in the Bok Building (5th floor) to Prep Art Projects for Preschool Art Projects for our Free Art Workshops for Underserved Youth. Volunteers can learn how to make ASI crafts and cut fabric and paper projects, use a sewing machine, use glue guns google eyes and pompoms to make puppets. Volunteers are also welcomed to prep or make Valentine's Day cards which we distribute to homeless veterans and senior citizens.

BOK Building, 1901 S 9th Street, Studio 502
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19148
Philadelphia01/21/201909:00 AM12:00 PM2020
The Ray of Hope Projectraymond gant(215) 964-7627rohproject@comcast.netAdvocacy Event

Neighborhood cleanups along with neighbors

3400 D street
philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19134
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM01:00 PM25
The Ray of Hope Projectraymond gant(215) 964-7627rohproject@comcast.netAdvocacy Event

Neighborhood cleanups along with neighbors

1900 e. margaret street
philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19124
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM01:00 PM25
The Ray of Hope Projectraymond gant(215) 964-7627rohproject@comcast.netAdvocacy Event

Neighborhood cleanups along with neighbors

4000 n. 7th street
philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM01:00 PM25
The Ray of Hope Projectraymond gant(215) 964-7627rohproject@comcast.netAdvocacy Event

Neighborhood cleanups along with neighbors

800 e. allegheny avenue
philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19134
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM01:00 PM25
Lincoln Charter SchoolAnne Clark(717) 817-4019aclark@lincolncharterpa.comAdvocacy Event

This is a diverse and inclusive group of the York Community. We invite residents, churches, business owners, non-profits, schools and community leaders. to participate in the hard conversation that community leaders must have to move our city forward. This is our 7th year for the event that we had partnered with the Former Mayor C. Kim Bracey.

559 West King Street
York, Pennsylvania 17401
Other01/20/201905:00 PM08:00 PM400100
Benjamin Franklin Birthday CelebrationDonald Smith(215) 815-5707don.u.smith@gmail.comAdvocacy Event

Luncheon for the Benjamin Franklin Birthday Celebration, honoring The Marshall Project and its editor-in-chief, Bill Keller on the theme of "Liberty and Justice for All? Reforming America's Criminal Justice System". Mr. Keller will receive the Franklin Founder Award and give a talk on "The Guilty Project: A few lessons from the reporting on our dysfunctional criminal justice system.“ Luncheon tickets are $75, and registration is required (www.franklincelebration.org).

Museum of the American Revolution
3rd and Chestnut Streets
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Philadelphia01/18/201912:00 PM02:00 PM180
Benjamin Franklin Birthday CelebrationDonald Smith(215) 815-5707don.u.smith@gmail.comAdvocacy Event

Free procession up 5th Street in Philadelphia to honor Benjamin Franklin and his contributions to American life, including his work to help create the first prison reform organization in America. The procession includes a fife and drum corps, plus banners and representatives from many local organizations. It will proceed from the APS Library (5th and Chestnut) to the Christ Church Burial Ground (5th and Arch Streets), where there will be brief words and memorials to Benjamin Franklin.

APS Library
5th and Chestnut Streets
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Philadelphia01/18/201911:15 AM12:00 PM100
STEP AmeriCorpsBrittany Tasch(570) 601-9672bbtasch@stepcorp.orgAdvocacy Event

In partnership with the Central PA Food Bank, we will be joining together for an exciting and rewarding hands-on volunteer experience. Together we will pack nutritious meal kits that will be given to families who struggle with hunger in our community through the Food Bank’s partner agencies and programs. Food is the key to better health, opportunities, happiness and peace of mind. Together we are giving so much more than a meal. We are giving a brighter tomorrow to our neighbors!

700 Lycoming College
Williamsport, Pennsylvania 17701
Other01/21/201910:00 AM02:00 PM250
Christ's Lutheran ChurchElise Seyfried(215) 527-6110faithformdir@christs-oreland.orgAdvocacy Event

We will stuff teddy bears for children living at Laurel House

700 E. Pennsylvania Ave
Oreland, Pennsylvania 19075
Montgomery01/21/201912:00 PM02:00 PM160
Christ's Lutheran ChurchElise Seyfried(215) 527-6110faithformdir@christs-oreland.orgAdvocacy Event

We will make valentines for residents at VA hospital

700 E. Pennsylvania Ave
Oreland, Pennsylvania 19075
Montgomery01/21/201912:00 PM02:00 PM138
Christ's Lutheran ChurchElise Seyfried(215) 527-6110faithformdir@christs-oreland.orgAdvocacy Event

We will make fleece scarves for the homeless through The Welcome Church

700 E. Pennsylvania Ave
Oreland, Pennsylvania 19075
Montgomery01/21/201912:00 PM02:00 PM120
Christ's Lutheran ChurchElise Seyfried(215) 527-6110faithformdir@christs-oreland.orgAdvocacy Event

We will label books and write notes to children in local hospitals

700 E. Pennsylvania Ave
Oreland, Pennsylvania 19075
Montgomery01/21/201912:00 PM02:00 PM120
Drug task force MinistryRev. Donald E. King(215) 833-0467Dyfmyrc10@gmail.comAdvocacy Event

We will provide information to senior citizen and the community at large on services available to them provided by our local government and providing food for those in need and to follow up with services where we find the need.

3252 n Etting st
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19129
Philadelphia01/21/201909:00 AM02:00 AM50
Tabernacle Baptist ChurchChristine Livingston(609) 346-3138christinealivingston1@gmail.comAdvocacy Event

We will make homemade cards for hospitalized kids

150 E. Second Street
Burlington, New Jersey 08016
Burlington01/21/201909:00 AM12:30 PM21010
Lower Merion School DistrictAmy Buckman(610) 645-1978buckmaa@lmsd.orgAdvocacy Event

Students and their families from the Lower Merion School District will participate in Dream Flags.

Lower Merion High School
315 E. Montgomery Ave.
Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003
Montgomery01/18/201901:00 PM03:00 PM250
Keep the Dream Alive Community Development CorpJeremiah Thompson(267) 595-5659jeremiah2472@aol.comAdvocacy Event

This event will honor the life & legacy of Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Through character Interpretation and performing arts. A musical
tribute to honor his life, and legacy. Partnering organizations include Inspiration & Co. , The Philadelphia Street Performers
Collaboration, Fire Blazing Records, The Strawberry Mansion Faith-Based Coalition, and a host of other Churches, and friends of
Keep The Dream Alive Community Development Corp. There will be volunteer opportunities at this event.

3212 W Cumberland St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19132
Philadelphia01/21/201906:00 PM08:00 PM6430
Brandywine Springs SchoolHeather Townsend(302) 636-5681heather.townsend@redclay.k12.de.usAdvocacy Event

We will also host a clothing drive to benefit the St. Patrick's Association.

2916 Duncan Road
Wilmington, Delaware 19808
Delaware01/21/201910:00 AM12:00 PM150100
Media Elementary SchoolKelly Yiadom(610) 574-1460keyiadom@yahoo.comAdvocacy Event

Children in each grade will participate in a service project.

Grade 5- Making Paraclete bracelets

120 E. Front Street
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Delaware01/18/201909:30 AM03:30 PM100
Media Elementary SchoolKelly Yiadom(610) 574-1460keyiadom@yahoo.comAdvocacy Event

Children in each grade will participate in a service project.
Grade 4- Making paper cranes for patients at Riddle

120 E. Front Street
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Delaware01/18/201909:30 AM03:30 PM100
Media Elementary SchoolKelly Yiadom(610) 574-1460keyiadom@yahoo.comAdvocacy Event

Children in each grade will participate in a service project.
Grade 3- Sorting clothing for Cradles to Crayons

120 E. Front Street
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Delaware01/18/201909:30 AM03:30 PM100
Media Elementary SchoolKelly Yiadom(610) 574-1460keyiadom@yahoo.comAdvocacy Event

Children in each grade will participate in a service project.Grade 2- Making treat bags for first responders

120 E. Front Street
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Delaware01/18/201909:30 AM03:30 PM100
Overbrook Presbyterian ChurchSharon Parker(215) 877-2744sharon@overbrookpresd.orgAdvocacy Event

sewing simple dresses for girls, for “Little Dresses for Africa. Volunteers will use a specific pattern and directions to make dresses for children in need.

6376 City Ave.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19151
Philadelphia01/21/201909:00 AM12:00 PM100
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Volunteers will prepare and deliver winter essential kits for local seniors.
Ages: 14+ with supervising adult who can drive.

Maple Village Apts., 22 W Rittenhouse
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Philadelphia01/21/201909:00 AM12:30 PM2580
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Volunteers will work with Interim House clients organizing and sorting their donations closet.
Ages: 18+.

333 West Upsal Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2520
Pennsylvania School for the DeafKaren Leslie-Henry(215) 754-4772klesliehenry@psd.orgAdvocacy Event

Group of students to volunteer at the area SPCA with feeding and grooming animals, cleaning cages, etc.

100 W. School House Lane
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Philadelphia01/18/201908:00 AM01:00 PM20
Karen Leslie-Henrykaren leslie(215) 754-4772klesliehenry@psd.orgAdvocacy Event

This building (admin offices) will be collecting new and gently used clean socks for the homeless shelters.

100 W. School House Lane
PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania 19150
Philadelphia01/18/201908:00 AM01:00 PM59
Pennsylvania School for the DeafKaren Leslie-Henry(215) 754-4772klesliehenry@psd.orgAdvocacy Event

The middle school will be conducting multiple projects:
Creating Paper Flower thank you gifts and baking cookies for the PSD housekeeping staff
Conduct street cleaning on the streets surrounding the school campus
Reading to the toddler - kindergarten students in the early childhood center

100 W. School House Lane
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Philadelphia01/18/201908:00 AM01:00 PM45
African American Museum in PhiladelphiaHannah Wallace(215) 574-0380hwallace@aampmuseum.orgAdvocacy Event

On Jan. 21st 2019, AAMP will be hosting our annual MLK Day at the museum. The theme for the day is Media and The Movement. Programs for the day include a re-enactment of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by Carlo Campbell, a Memorial Concert, and an award ceremony for the winner of the 2019 Activism in Action Creativity Contest. The museum will offer $2.00 general public admission all weekend.

701 Arch St.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM05:00 PM155
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Cleaning and sorting the basement and offices. Shampooing a small rug. Ages 18+.

333 West Upsal Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2530
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Volunteers will make soup and brownies for local soup kitchen. Ages 14+.

6757 Green Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2540
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Volunteers will make ceramic bowls to be used at PIHN Empty Bowl Dinner fundraiser.
All ages. $5 donation per participant.

20 E. Mount Airy Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2800
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Interact with mentally handicapped residents, play games and listen to live music.
Ages 11 +

5919 Wayne Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2550
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Volunteers will sanitize toys and clean up at a day center for families in transition.
Ages 11+.

7047 Germantown Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2570
West Chester YMCAlaura schofield-pierson(610) 431-9622lschofieldpierson@ymcagbw.orgAdvocacy Event

We will be making blankets for Children who are in Foster Care - distributed thru Fleece For Keeps.
We will also be asking for books to be donated and doing volunteer reading activities throughout the morning.

605 Airport Rd
West Chester, Pennsylvania 19380
Chester01/21/201911:00 AM01:30 PM2520
Mt. Airy USAMichelle Lofton(215) 844-6021mlofton@mtairyusa.orgAdvocacy Event

Community members and volunteers will write letters for local city councilpersons and other politicians seeking support to fully fund the Free Library of Philadelphia. In 2018, Northwest library branches were forced to close early 86 times this year due to employee shortages--that’s the second highest rate in the city. (source, Lena Johnson, president of the Friends of David Cohen Ogontz Library; billypenn.com, Nov. 26, 2018)

6757 Chew Ave.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 PM02:00 PM20
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-7739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Volunteers will conduct clean-up projects, plant seeds. Ages 8+

5722 Greene Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM100
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Play games, do art projects, enjoy music, interact with the elderly. Ages 12+

6400 Greene Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2650
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Volunteers will cleanup trash and debris on sections of Johnson and Wayne Avenues.
Ages 14+.

Wayne and Johnson Avenues
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2580
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Painting two classrooms. Ages 8+.

5722 Greene Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2580
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Touch up paint of rooms. All ages

328 W Coulter Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2600
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Make a decorative display about Martin Luther King Jr.
All ages

328 W Coulter Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2600
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Making soup and brownies. Ages 14+

6900 Stenton Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19150
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2550
Unitarian Society of GermantownD H(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Volunteers will make soup and brownies for local soup kitchen. Ages 14+

6511 Lincoln Drive
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2540
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Volunteers will make non-personalized BIRTHDAY CARDS only for seniors at a local service agency.
Ages 5+. This is appropriate for children with a supervising adult.

6511 Lincoln Drive
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2750
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Assemble breakfast bags. All ages

6511 Lincoln Drive
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2520
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Volunteers will write thank you notes to donors. All ages

9511 Lincoln Drive
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2670
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Volunteers will decorate lunch bags. All ages

9511 Lincoln Drive
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 AM200
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Volunteers will assemble trail mix bags for delivery to local boys and girls club.
Ages 5+

9511 Lincoln Drive
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2650
Unitarian Society of GermantownDevery Howerton(404) 375-1739socialaction@usguu.orgAdvocacy Event

Deliver bagged lunches, snacks, soup to local social service agencies.
4 licensed drivers needed with cars. Ages 18+

9511 Lincoln Drive
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM12:30 PM2560
 Workflow Step Final Status Host Organization Project Coordinator Name Phone (Day) Email Project Type Description Site Address County Date Start Time End Time # Total Volunteers # Additional Volunteers