Since the entire city district usually gets free lunch, P-EBT cards go to everyone.
Pennsylvania is lagging behind other states in helping foster youth during the pandemic, advocates say.
PECO adds ‘thank you’ to Crown Lights, says customers don’t have to worry about shutoffs through July
Look up to see a new message of gratitude beamed far and wide.
The idea has been successful in other U.S. cities.
Buy local: How Philly’s biggest institutions can help create a more equitable post-coronavirus region
We need to start laying recovery groundwork now.
A tweetstorm will call on Pennsylvania to extend services during the pandemic.
Located next to Rock Ministries, it's available every weekday afternoon — and interested people can just show up.
Superintendent Hite says it was never endorsed by the district.
Some other states have rolled out new funding or relaxed requirements.
As we move from the COVID-19 crisis to the resilience that will follow, let’s make sure everyone’s on board.
A new program to help babies during the pandemic.
Philly installing public restrooms and sinks at City Hall and Love Park, plus hundreds more free meals
Marked by colorful decals, the sites are intended to help prevent COVID-19 from spreading among people on the street.
The city is opening a drop-in site in the neighborhood to encourage more social distancing.
Previously suspended, the 10-day assessments will be held remotely.
A guide to the landscape of loans, grants and other funding options.
Can videoconferencing replace family visits? Philly foster kids seek comfort, support and housing amid pandemic
The coronavirus shutdown is creating challenges across the child welfare system, with no past practices to review for advice.
‘I’m an essential worker’: Nannies, Uber drivers and other low-wage earners ask Philly for coronavirus relief fund
Nearly 400 people gathered remotely on a Zoom call with city lawmakers.
The stimulus program also includes increased unemployment benefits — even for gig workers.
The city is offering emergency grants and up to $100k in zero-interest loans.
The federal benefits can only be used for certain sizes and brands — and shelves are running dry.