To bring together a consortium of community-based and public agencies, family members, community and faith-based leaders to serve all who are caring for others' children, including relatives and family friends. To provide information and referrals, brief services, and advocacy. To act as a catalyst for systems change by identifying service gaps and creating model programs to fill unmet needs. To improve the lives of kinship caregivers and their children.
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.
To help elevate Philadelphia’s Haitian community through education, professional development, and mentorship.
To help rebuild the communites in Haiti
To reduce drug use/abuse, teen pregnancy, chronic illness, the spread of HIV infection, and senseless violence in the community. Programs and activities are designed to educate and equip people with the skills needed to make positive choices in life.
The North Philadelphia Human Services Development Corporation (NPHSDC) provides services to male and/or female parents with minor children recently released from incarceration or who are close to their release date. The children of these individuals are in the care of guardians, services may be provided to the guardian families so long as they maintain custody of the minor children.
To develop cultural enrichment programs for African American youth (ages 6-18). The program teaches participants skills for resistance to peer pressure through leadership development and training.
ODAAT is dedicated to serving low-income and homeless individuals in the Philadelphia area who are afflicted by addiction and HIV/AIDS. Our focus is on providing peer support and promoting healthy, positive lifestyles. ODAAT utilizes a community-based recovery model and support system, allowing people to recover in the same environment in which they became addicted.
To educate, equip, empower, and encourage homeless and other at-risk youth and young adults to achieve their academic potential and professional goals by offering them supportive services and stable housing.
A parent voice for Philadelphia public schools calling for academic achievement, accountability, and putting kids first in school budgets.
To assist in the social welfare of low-to-moderate income elderly, handicapped, hospitalized persons, young persons, and adults through activities such as the development of affordable housing, mortgage counseling, social services programs, and recreational programs. Parkside Association of Philadelphia aims to improve the quality of life and to offer assistance in gaining access to city services.