It was a pinnacle year for crowdfunding. Experts say the trend is unlikely to continue.
The funding designated for contingency sites is not flexible, city officials said.
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A private prison company runs one of the temporary sites where residents are being relocated.
As shutdown deadline looms, 175 residents in Philly’s COVID prevention sites still need permanent housing
Anyone who hasn't found a place to live after Dec. 15 will be offered temporary shelter, say officials, who've successfully placed 50 people so far.
Updated weekly, these charts monitor the coronavirus burden on health institutions around the city.
Some commercial eviction proceedings are underway, while other developers are negotiating.
Other retail businesses are still looking for relief, as landlords demand rent payments.
Philly homeowners were approved for CARES Act aid, only to get rejection letters from the bank — which then reversed its position (again).
There are still dozens of options available, although many have long wait times and longer turnaround.
Republican leaders in Harrisburg refused to vote on a fix for the CARES Act program.
COVID wrecking your mental health? New initiative will award $100k to pilot solutions for Philly millennials
Applications to the Well City Challenge are accepted Oct. 26 through Nov. 20.
If Congress approves a new package, benefits would be retroactive through September.
In this model, the city funnels philanthropy to community-identified people in need.
Wolf extends deadline for millions in pandemic rent and mortgage relief, but will banks participate?
Legislation in Harrisburg aims to fix structural flaws in the state CARES Act programs.
The Asian Mosaic Fund's giving circle has raised $40k.
Wells Fargo, which recently settled a predatory loan lawsuit, reversed a decision to pull out of Pa.’s CARES Act program.
Who did the pandemic hit worst? Young adults aging out of foster care felt an economic slam, new survey shows
Advocates in Pa. say there are ways to mitigate the disaster, but officials must act.
A 1927 book details many of the same issues as a Pew report released this week.
If you are eligible and haven't yet applied, do that ASAP.