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Total Donations to Local Philadelphia Organizations:  $146,775

Women of Tomorrow $13,450 August 2018


Women of Tomorrow https://womenoftomorrow.org/about/our-mission/  inspires, motivates and empowers at-risk young women to live up to their full potential through a unique groups mentoring program with highly accomplished professional women and scholarship opportunities. Our donation will help with scholarship funding.

The Center for Grieving Children   $13,000      May 2018

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The Center for Grieving Children http://grievingchildren.org/ helps children grieving a death, heal and grow through their grief while strengthening families, communities, and professionals’ understanding of how best to respond to their needs by providing free peer support groups for people age 5-23. Our donation will help provide meals for children in after school grief groups. Photo includes: Teresa Méndez-Quigley, Special Populations Coordinator, Crystal Wortham, Family Services Coordinator, Darcie Rudolf, Family Services Coordinator, Kevin Carter, Clinical Director, Darcy Walker-Krause, Executive Director, Elizabeth Zack, Founder of 100 Women Philadelphia, Sarah Sweda, School and Community Services Clinician and Jack Small, Development and Communications Associate

Time Out for Teens and Tots Program at Turning Points for Children     -        $13,200            February 2018

 Elizabeth Zack, Founder of 100 Women Philadelphia, with Dawn Holden Woods, Executive Director of Turning Points for Children

Elizabeth Zack, Founder of 100 Women Philadelphia, with Dawn Holden Woods, Executive Director of Turning Points for Children

(http://www.turningpointsforchildren.org/programs),   Time Our for Teens and Tots is a parenting education and support group for teen-aged mothers and fathers who are juggling the conflicting demands of adolescence with parenthood. The group meets for two hours every week for ten weeks and teaches child development, basic parenting, discipline and communication skills. Our donation will help to purchase “care kits” for new parents which include: diapers for a year, wipes for a year, formula for a year, feminine products, and hygiene kits full of toiletries. 

 

 

Women in Natural Sciences $12,300     November 2017


(WINS -http://www.ansp.org/education/programs/wins/). WINS is a free after-school and summer science enrichment program at the Academy of Natural Sciences. Since its founding in 1982, WINS has introduced hundreds of high school girls to future careers in science and other professions by providing hands-on science workshops, career and college exploration, and positive youth development. WINS provides young women with the information, encouragement, and confidence they need to shape their futures. The program’s mentoring and support has resulted in 100% of WINS students graduating high school and over 96% attending college. In addition to a strong emphasis on academics and science, WINS also provides a uniquely nurturing environment, a community of like-minded friends, and experiences not typically found in school. Our donation will allow three girls to participate in the WINS program.

HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy - $12,275          August 2017 

HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy http://hmsschool.org  is located in the University City neighborhood of Philadelphia serving school-age children and young adults through age 21 who have complex, multiple disabilities usually resulting from cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury or other neurological impairment. Renowned for their success in empowering students, HMS’s day and residential programs maximize achievement and promote independence.  Our donation will help HMS with their “Independence Room,” a dorm room set up like an adult facility to help older students prepare for an independent adulthood.

HIAS PA (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society Pennsylvania) - $12,350   May 2017

HIAS PA http://hiaspa.org. works to create a welcoming and secure environment for immigrants and their families from any ethnic, cultural, or religious background.   Our donation will help them with either their Emergency Housing Fund, go towards their Technology Sponsor Program which helps refugees obtain Chromebooks and internet access, help with the creation of a social/mental health program for new refugees or help with an education program for new immigrants and refugees. 

Welcoming Center For New Pennsylvanians  - $13,000      February  2017

 (from left to right) Peter Gonzales, President and CEO of The Welcoming Center, Rebecca Rathje, Director of Development and Communications, Nicole Pumphrey, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Herman Nyamunga, Director of Entrepreneurial Services, accept 100 Women's donation from its founder, Elizabeth Zack and 100 Women member and founder of ROAR, Yasmine Mustafa.

(from left to right) Peter Gonzales, President and CEO of The Welcoming Center, Rebecca Rathje, Director of Development and Communications, Nicole Pumphrey, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Herman Nyamunga, Director of Entrepreneurial Services, accept 100 Women's donation from its founder, Elizabeth Zack and 100 Women member and founder of ROAR, Yasmine Mustafa.

The Welcoming Center.  http://welcomingcenter.org/  connects newly arrived individuals from around the world with the economic opportunities that they need to succeed in our region. Since 2003, they have assisted more than 15,000 people from over 140 countries.   Our donation will help the Welcoming Center strengthen the capacity of their Immigrant Professionals Program, which addresses hurdles immigrant professionals face in obtaining gainful employment in their chosen career fields.

 

 

 

Broad Street Ministries  - $12,250     November 2016 

http://www.broadstreethospitality.org/  Broad Street Ministries is a 501(c)3 that practices “radical hospitality” by offering many services to those experiences homelessness in our city.  They serve 80,000 hot meals a week along with comprehensive services that are critical to stabilizing men and women experiencing homelessness and poverty. Prepared by a professional chef and served table side, meals offer an entry point for guests to build trust and access to stabilizing services that lead toward self sufficiency. Services offered by BSM include legal and medical services, clothing, mending, personal care items, therapeutic art services, and mail service. Over 3000 individuals use BSM’s address as their own. This address provides homeless Philadelphians to access benefits, communicate with hospitals and banks, and even obtain something as simple as a government-issued identification card, which one needs to access food stamps, welfare checks and social security.  Our donation would help to cover the costs for people to receive their Pennsylvania State identification cards, an important first step for getting people back on the path toward stability.

 

 Eartha Holland, Development Director of Turning Points for Children (right) , and Dawn Holden, Turning Points' CFO (left) accept 100 Women Philadelphia's donation from its founder, Elizabeth Zack.

Eartha Holland, Development Director of Turning Points for Children (right) , and Dawn Holden, Turning Points' CFO (left) accept 100 Women Philadelphia's donation from its founder, Elizabeth Zack.

Turning Points for Children - $13,000      August 2016

http://www.turningpointsforchildren.org  Turning Points is the largest foster care and adoption services organization in Philadelphia.  Our funds will go to support their Family Finding program which enables children in out-of-home-care to reconnect with family members or other significant people from their past with whom they have lost contact.  A large portion of a Family Finding case manager’s day is spent locating and engaging potential family members.  Each case manager needs data-linking technology to search for potential family members.  It costs $125/month per user. 100 Women’s donations will go to help cover the costs of the locate and research tool.

 

The Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation's Read by 4th initiative -

$11,550 May 2016

http://libwww.freelibrary.org/readby4th   Read by 4th is a citywide effort of over 80 organizations, public and private, large and small, convened and managed by the Free Library of Philadelphia, aiming to majorly increase the number of students in Philadelphia entering the 4th grade at reading level by 2020. This is the largest effort of its kind in the city of Philadelphia. This initiative attempts to tackle the literacy crisis in our city—over half of all Philadelphia public school students (and about 65 percent of public school students nationwide) cannot read at grade level by 4th grade. On-track literacy is an important indicator of a child’s future academic and professional success, and the inability to read at grade level by the fourth grade is correlated to higher rates of dropping out of school, risky behavior, and incarceration later in life.  Our donation went toward teacher training and books that Philadelphia summer camp counselors and campers will use to increase literacy skills and reading fluency.

Interim House - $8800  February 2016

Interim House is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency that provides a continuum of comprehensive services to women with substance abuse and mental health issues. Interim House serves approximately 100 clients each year through its 60 licensed outpatient service slots and 25-bed residential program. As the first specialized treatment program for women in Pennsylvania and one of the first in the nation, Interim House has been a model for innovative treatment for approximately 40 years. Our donation went toward the organization’s job training program.

Nationalities Service Center - $6300   November 2015

Nationalities Service Center https://nscphila.org/.  It is a 501c3 on 12th and Arch that helps new immigrants to Philadelphia with housing, English as a second language training, health care, and legal services.  Our donation helped provide these things to immigrant families coming to Philadelphia.   

The CB Community School - $5300     August 2015

The CB Community School, formerly known as the Arise Academy  was a Charter School but is no longer affiliated with the school district and is now a nonprofit 501(c)3.  The CB Community School strives to provide a high-quality academic program combined with high quality on-site support services for foster care youth ages fourteen to twenty-one, who are moving toward emancipation.  Staff and administration focus on assisting students in reaching their full potential.  The CB Community School students learn and grow in an atmosphere of mutual respect and appreciation for individual talent.  Its students will realize the intrinsic value of education and family, and will become part of a community of life-long learners.  The CB Community School prepares students to take their places in society as responsible workers or students of higher education.  The school is putting in a kitchen in order to provide its students with healthy lunches. Our donation helped purchase appliances for The CB Community School’s kitchen.  

 

Other Nominated Organizations:

Acelero Learning

Access Sports Experiences

AIDS Law Project

Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture

The Anderson Monarchs

Art Through Youth

Big Brothers, Big Sisters of South Eastern PA

Breathing Room Foundation

Camp Sojourner

Cancer Support Community of Greater Philadelphia

Center for Literacy

Center for Public Health Initiatives

Centering Pregnancy Jefferson

Chew & Belfield Neighbors Club

Children’s Village

Coded by Kids

Common Wealth Youth Choirs

Community Legal Services

Covenant House Philadelphia

Dawn’s Place

Delaware County ASPCA

Education Law Center

Emily’s Entourage -  fight to cure cystic fibrosis

Equal Access Legal Services

Family Lives on Foundation

Find Your Instrument

Fred’s Footsteps

Fresh Artists

Fuentes de Salud

Girl Develop It

Girls on the Run, Philadelphia

Healthy in All

Healthy Library Initiative - Penn’s Center for Public Health Initiatives

Helping Hands Rescue Mission

HIAS - Pennsylvania - Refugee Resettlement

HIs Breast Cancer Awareness

HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsey

Host for Hospitals

Inglis Adapted Tech Program

Jewish Federation of SNJ

Jill Melmed-Buzzeo Award

Kelly Ann Dolan Memorial Fund

Living Beyond Breast Cancer

MacGuffin Theater and Film

Masterman Home and School Association

The Maurice Rush Foundation

Medical Students for Choice

Miquon School

Moms Demand Action

Nationalities Service Center

Neighborhood Bike Works

New Leash on Life

Parent-Infant Center

Pathways to Housing, PA

Pennsylvania Arts in Education Partnership

Philabundance

Philadelphia Futures

Philadelphia Horticultural Society

Philadelphia Women’s Center

The Philly Goat Project

Planned Parenthood SE Pennsylvania

Portside Arts Center

Prevention Point Philadelphia

Project Home

Project Safe

Providence Animal Rescue

Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia

Raja Yoga and Meditation

Ready, Willing and Able

Rebuilding Together Philadelphia

Ronald McDonald House

Sankofa Healing Studio

St. James School Summer Camp

St. James School Philadelphia

Schuylkill Banks

Shambhala Meditation Center

Sister Cities Choir

Smith Memorial Playhouse and Playground

SPARK

Spiral Q

Student Run Emergency Housing Unit of Philadelphia (SREHUP)

Summer Search Philadelphia

The Sunday Love Project

Sunday Suppers

TechGirlz Organization

Training for Change

Tree House Books

Turning Points for Children

Unite for Her

University City Arts League

Valley Youth House

WePAC (West Philadelphia Alliance for Children)

West Philadelphia Alliance for Children

Women of Tomorrow

Women’s Community Revitalization Project

Women's Law Project

Women’s Medical Fund

Yoga Program at Abramson Cancer Center