Global Citizen is a non-profit organization dedicated to civic engagement among diverse groups through volunteering, education, community building, service learning, economic opportunity, leadership development and dialogue. Global Citizen brings together people of all ages and backgrounds through active citizenship and civic responsibility that result in breaking down barriers, building understanding, and fostering ongoing, diverse partnerships. Global Citizen Programs include the annual Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Day of Service and year-round MLK365. Issues of focus include poverty, homelessness, at-risk young people, race relations, public health, safety, digital inclusion, veterans, energy and the environment.
Powered by the Freedom Rings Parntership, Philly KEYSPOTS are free and publicly accessible computer centers across nearly every neighborhood in the city.
Powered by the Freedom Rings Parntership, Philly KEYSPOTS are free and publicly accessible computer centers across nearly every neighborhood in the city. KEYSPOTS provide access, training, support and opportunities to make sure every Philadelphia has the ability to get online. This video was produced by the Media Mobilizing Project. Camera and editing by Chris Filippone
The Eat UP! is a networking event where attendees will learn how to get their food products to market through trade ideas, networking, and much more. This was created especially for people who recently started a food business or would like to learn how to start one. The event will start at 5:00 PM and will end at 7:00 PM (EDT).
CCPA is hosting a dual presentation; the company is showcasing two influential speakers who are known for their ability to create a robust brand recognition. Together CCPA, Ms. Robinson, and Ms. Canuso will show peers how to publicly present themselves in order to push their businesses and their images forward in the best way possible.
The Center City Proprietors Association is hosting a casual networking and dining event where peers can create connections with hosting organizations. This time the CCPA is connecting its members with the PIDC, which will generate a burgeon of resources and information that will bolster the Philadelphia small business community's growth even more. Happy Hour will be from 8-9 AM and tickets are 15$ for members of the CCPA and 25$ for non-members.
On Friday, November 21, 2014, UAC celebrated 45 years of driving change from the ground up at its 45th Anniversary Breakfast in Center City Philadelphia. Newly elected Governor Tom Wolf attended the event and spoke to nearly 1,000 attendees about the importance of building healthy cities for a healthy commonwealth.