Philadelphia Children's Foundation
Rating: 4.79 stars 19 19 reviews
Children & Youth, Education, Economic Development
7600 Stenton Ave Suite 1B Philadelphia PA 19118 USA
The Philadelphia Children’s Foundation (PCF), founded in 2006, was created to bridge the educational and career opportunity divide between urban and suburban students. Our key initiative, the Philadelphia Children’s Connection (www.philly-connect.org), is a continually expanding virtual gateway of resources that will help thousands of students, parents, teachers, mentors, and service providers achieve academic success, build stronger family foundations, and increase career prospects. By facilitating a community of non-profits, increasing awareness of local resources in the area, and having career-centered programs, we will increase high school graduation rates and post-secondary enrollment, create safer streets, and increase career opportunities.
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PCF is committed to ensuring that all of our young people in Philadelphia have opportunities to thrive in education. They help to provide libraries in schools that sadly do not have any. They help to mentor our teens by connecting them with professionals who can aspire them to achieve. I am glad to be a supporter of PCF and I urge others to join me.
Andrea Swan, Temple University
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
seeing how our young people are impacted by PCF's generosity.
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This organization is managed by talented and passionate people. I wouldn't change a thing!