Partners & Programs

The Coalition provides Fiscal Sponsorship and Shared Services to a network of 75 partner organizations and programs that offer services throughout the region, reaching more than 150,000 children, youth, and adults. Through the Power of the Coalition, we address the issues most important to families and communities: building wealth in urban communities, improving life chances for youth and young adults, and strengthening the nonprofit sector. We work in the areas of positive youth development, adult education and job training, health-related services, economic education, housing support, advocacy, and economic inclusion. You may browse or search the complete list of program partners below to learn more.

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Scholarship writing and college coaching initiative created to help first-generation college goers and students from under-resourced schools make their dreams of college an educational and economic reality. Services Provided: Scholarship Prep and college entry
To enhance and support a progressive environment that passionately values and embraces diversity. To make significant contributions to the many challenges that face organizations and to increase value for employees, customers, and shareholders.
To be a productive, not-for-profit community development corporation (CDC), and to develop plans and implement projects that will result in high quality, long term affordable housing.
Center for H.O.P.E. provides support services, life skills training, and other transitional resources to single adults age18 and older who are without homes and have been referred through the city of Philadelphia.
Mission: Provide families with entertainment packages to Professional sporting events including tickets, food and transitServices Provided: Actively fundraising to launch, not currently providing services
To conduct workshops and conferences, for the personal and professional development, of women throughout the Greater Philadelphia region.
To award annually a schlarship to one or more special needs students graduating from Murrell Dobbins High School.Services Provided: Award an academic Scholarship to a graduating senior from Murrell Dobbins High School. Must be nominated by the Murrell Dobbins High School leadership. Apply and be accepted to a post-high school accredited institution for academic or vocational/ technical preparation. Demonstrate financial need.
To promote good health and wellness in the Philadelphia communities, by sustaining and expanding the Broad Street Run.
To provide signature programs to undeserved communities to teach health awareness and health prevention. Services Provided: Health Access, Health Issues Education
To provide small business owners and new entrepreneurs with the support and tools they need to thrive: small loans, access to other credit and capital sources, training and technical assistance and, above all, a network of peers, service providers, consultants, and potential customers. Services Provided: Business/Entrepreneurship/ Financial Literacy, Economic Inclusion, Business Loans, Networking, Education - Adult, Workforce Development