CHILDHOOD & YOUTH 

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African Bicycle Coalition

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(267) 563-8272

Multi-Cultural Emphasis, Ethnic Culture, Youth Education, Youth Fitness, International, Education, International Relations

421 N. 7th St, Philadelphia 19123

The African Bicycle Contribution Foundation (ABCF) launched its program of distributing free Ghanaian-made bamboo bicycles to under-resourced Ghanaian rural students, small farmers, and healthcare workers, in September 2016. The distribution of those first 30 bikes, in Accra and Kumasi, was just the first step in the African-American-established NGO’s long-term plan for providing support to young people across Ghana. In July 2019, the Foundation distributed an additional 85 bikes, for a total of 500, over the three-year period, to rural students and teachers from the Ningo-PramPram School District, at an event at the Achimota Golf Club, in Accra.

Applaud the Youth Foundation

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(267) 934-2064

Literacy, Kids Health, Children, Youth Education, Artist Empowerment, Performances, Events / Games / Gatherings, Community Services

4643 Old York Rd, Philadelphia 19140

Applaud The Youth (ATY) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing literacy development in order to promote higher education among youth between the ages of 8 through 18 years of age.

Children's Literacy Initiative

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(215) 561-4676

Literacy, Youth Education

990 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia Pa

Children’s Literacy Initiative is a 501(c)(3) non-profit working with pre-k through 5th grade teachers to improve early literacy instruction so that children become powerful readers, writers, and thinkers.
Our goal is to close the literacy achievement gap between disadvantaged children and their more affluent peers.

Cradles to Crayons

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(215) 836-0958

Family Assistance, Financial Assistance, Youth Education, Kids Health, Homeless Services

4700 Wissahickon Ave, Philadelphia Pa

Poverty is a year-round condition, and young children outgrow essentials like clothes, toys and books pretty quickly. As a result, our mission is not based on a “one and done” philosophy. We undertake four major initiatives each year to serve kids and families all year long.

Felder William Project

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(267) 850-2786

Domestic Violence, Youth Education, Children, Kids Health, Mental Health, Classes/Education

2301 N. 9th St, Philadelphia 19133

The Felder-Williams Project aspires to increase awareness in the community on every facet of child abuse; along with encouraging children to grow through obstacles that stand in their way. We, at The Felder-Williams Project nonprofit organization, graciously accept any monetary donations given in support of helping the families and children in need!

Great Mrs. Fortune Foundation

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(215) 834-7676

Job Training, Food & Health, Family Assistance, Free Meals, Youth Education, Homeless Services, Community Services

2900 N. Marshall St, Philadelphia 19133

To inspire & to become inspired. To transform, motivate and encourage men, women and children of all ages in our Communities. To Impact the communities through education, job training, team work along with helping defeat hunger & Poverty. Empowering & preparing others for a successful life, teaching that self-sufficiency, self-motivation, self-awareness, self-respect and respect for others, anyone can rise above their hardship.

Research For Action

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(267) 295-7760

Youth Education, Civil Rights, Policy & Law, Urban Development

100 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia Pa

Research for Action (RFA) seeks to use research as the basis for the improvement of educational opportunities and outcomes for traditionally underserved students. Our work is designed to strengthen public schools and postsecondary institutions; provide research-based recommendations to policymakers, practitioners and the public at the local, state and national levels; and enrich the civic and community dialogue about public education.

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Animal, Arts, Performances, Fine Arts, Classes/Education, Artist Empowerment, Children, Education, Literacy, Technology, Job Training, Adult Education, Disaster Aid, Financial Counseling, Scholarships & Grants, Clothing, Retail, Financial Assistance, Financial Services, Hunger Relief, Food & Health, Food Education, AIDs, Kids Health, Sports & Fitness, Mental Health, Medical Services, Dental Services, Nutrition, Addiction Services, Homeless Services, Shelter, Free Meals, International Relations, International, Immigration, Legal Services, LGBTQ, Disabilities Services, Museums, Parks & Murals, Senior Services, Urban Development, Veterans, Women's Empowerment, Motherhood, Women's Health, Domestic Violence

Young Children's Center for The Arts

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(215) 336-3324

Artist Empowerment, Youth Education, Performances, Disabilities Services, Classes/Education

1714 S. 2nd Street, Philadelphia Pa

Young Children’s Center for the Arts was founded in June, 1996, as a non-profit, full-service day care center. It is located on the grounds of historic Old Swede’s Church, and serves the needs of working families in Queen Village, South Philadelphia, Society Hill, Center City and Northern Liberties (just to name a few!)
YCCA prides itself on being one of the few area Early Childhood Centers that not only accepts children with disabilities including but embraces the opportunity. We successfully help these children to thrive both within our inclusive school environment and in the outside world.

Youth Build USA

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(215) 430-0381

Job Training, Youth Education, Scholarships & Grants, Community Services, Adult Education, Education

2233 West Allegheny Ave, Philadelphia 19132

YouthBuild is a non-residential, community-based alternative education program that provides classroom instruction and occupational skills training in construction and other in-demand occupations.
Low-income young people who have left high school without a diploma enroll full-time in YouthBuild Programs for about 10 months. A strong emphasis is placed on creating a safe and caring community of adults and peers committed to each other’s success.

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