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CWF's End of Year Recognition Event

Event Details
May 13, 2013
Come join The Campaign for Working Families (CWF) as they host their Annual End of Year Recognition Event!

The Campaign for Working Families (CWF) is a non-profit organization that provides free tax preparation for families and individuals with incomes below $57,000 as well as other financial services for families throughout the city of Philadelphia.

Entrepreneur Works’ Executive Director Leslie Benoliel to Participate in 2nd Annual Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) America Conference

June 6, 2012

Executive Director Leslie Benoliel to Participate in Small Business Working Group; Will Join 1,000 Fellow Participants in Working Towards Finding Solutions that Promote Economic Recovery in the U.S.

Working to Make Communities Stronger

February 27, 2012

UAC's organization leaders have long been engaged in addressing the challenges and opportunities affecting their communities. Many are African-American men who not only serve as leaders, but also serve as mentors to younger generations.

Back to School Event

Event Details
August 18, 2017
Join us for our 9th annual back to school event from 8am- 3pm on August 18th.

The District's Back to School Event is designed to help Philadelphia-area school students and their families as they prepare to return to school. With the help of many great partners and sponsors, backpacks, school supplies, health screenings, and social service resources are provided to thousands of students, free of charge.

Closing The Gap A Business Diversity Conference

Event Details
August 1, 2017
Join leaders from the region's most prominent companies and those in the know about trending topics across 3 critical areas of business: marketing, human resources and supply chain from 8:30am- 11:00am on August 1st.

This events promises to deliever information you can use to advance your company's goals, create tangible paths for comprehensive and strategic growth and connect your company to the Latino business community in Philadelphia.