Roughly 60 vendors peddle the “homeless newspaper” around the city, earning 75 cents for every one sold.
The protest camp got knocked down by a freak thunderstorm, and activist Cheri Honkala — despite her reported arrest — is hard at work putting things back together.
Democratic delegates, party leaders, elected officials and candidates — as well as the media — must see the truth of the ugly side of human suffering and social injustice in America.
Leading community outreach group fights homelessness among teens and young adults through local programming, and dedication to those in the communities they serve.
|What||Hit up the 100 or so local businesses participating in the second annual Philly Loves PAWS Day and 10 percent of your purchase will benefit the no-kill animal shelter.|
|Where||Various businesses at addresses around Philly|
|When||May 18, 2016 at 11:00 am to 11:00 pm|
|How much||Pay as you go|
While the number of people experiencing homelessness hasn’t changed, they’re more concentrated in certain places.
|What||The People’s Emergency Center and CHOP's Homeless Health Initiative teamed up to provide canvas, paint and brushes to several homeless mothers, and now 60 of the works are on display. Refreshments served.|
|Where||Indigo Bleu Design Collaborative at 3870 Lancaster Ave. 19104|
|When||May 15, 2016 at 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm|
Founded in 1878, Sunday Breakfast is the nation’s third-oldest rescue mission, but its approach to lunch is something new.
The HUD funds that Office of Supportive Housing recently won will heavily favor permanent housing over traditional apartments, and that’s exactly how the Feds want it.