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.
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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.
The city backed off its second notice to vacate, as councilmembers work toward a peaceful resolution.
The coronavirus pandemic is not helping.
It’s been a scary time for folks in food service. Here are some of their stories.
Apply now: New loans for businesses or homes damaged during chaos that followed early Philly protests
At Gov. Wolf's request, the SBA made a special disaster declaration, opening up new relief funds.
Economists say ending the boost could trigger a downturn that would cost Pennsylvania another 250k jobs.
Most of the loans over $150,000 were concentrated in one ZIP code.
Thanks to philanthropy, the city is stepping in for people the federal government left out.
Some rideshare companies haven’t mandated mask-wearing, and gig worker benefits expire soon.
Examine your hiring practices, deepen community engagement and commit to providing support.
Mutual aid has a long history among oppressed groups, and is embraced by many modern Indigenous societies.
Two nonprofits have raised more than $50k in donations.