Giving Helps the Coalition Drive Change


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We don't kick the can, we pick it up and make a difference. Pledge your support to the coalition and proudly wear your lapel pin. Tell everyone, "I Can make a difference." 

UAC is a nationally-recognized leader in providing a home for nonprofits that work to provide homes, jobs, education, and basic supports for people most in need in their communities. For close to 49 years, UAC has stayed true to our guiding vision that working together to break down barriers ensures that every member of our community has the opportunity for educational and economic success, and a secure and healthy life. The Coalition brings this vision to reality by making sure that all voices in the community are heard and helping grassroots leaders drive change from the ground up, by providing the highest-quality advocacy, shared services, and programming to support them in doing what they do best.

UAC’s impact lies in our work as a premier provider of fiscal sponsorship and shared services. We help program partners build best practices, maintain high levels of compliance, and access a high-quality nonprofit infrastructure, so that they can do more in a climate of less. Through our network of supports, efficiencies are increased, money and time are saved, strategic alliances are formed, and collaborations flourish for partners and their programs – ultimately enhancing their communities. 


Friends of the Coalition

Invite-Only Network at the Coalition. Friends are nominated by UAC Board Members or current friends because of their commitment to community before self, stellar professional success and because of their willingness to be an enthusiastic ambassador for the Coalition. For more information about Friends of the Coalition, please contact Felicia Harris at 


The official registration and financial information of the Urban Affairs Coalition may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll-free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.