- What: The Virtual Community To
wn Hall will highlight the District Attorney’s Office’s C.A.R.E.S Program, whose staff respond to every homicide in Philadelphia to provide services and support to co-victims.
- Who: C.A.R.E.S Program Supervisor Rev. Dr. Myra Maxwell and her staff will answer questions pre-submitted by attendees about their continued deployment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Where: The event will take place via Zoom and is entirely free.
- When: Wednesday, March 24th from 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Kristine Pedersen – Community WEB Manager
Fairmount CDC – Sarajane Blair & Jordan Rodgers
Philadelphia Zoo – Kristen Waldron
Philabundance – Jessica Wyckoff
Farms to Families
Ronald McDonald House
Emma Boorboor – Community Volunteer
Linda Gerald – Community Volunteer
Annie Wilburn – Community Volunteer
Joanne Harris – Community Volunteer
Resident – Audrey Jakab
Resident – Gladys Stewart
Resident – Argan Raven
Rose LeVere – BSCCA NAC Coordinator
Shirla Smith – Community Volunteer
Sharon Green – Community Volunteer
BSCCA RCO Co-chair – Doris Aldridge
Fairmount CDC Member – Geni Klein
Indego /Better Bike Share Partnership
Robert Wood Foundation
Inclusion Home Care – Dr. Tanya Coleman
Beech Interplex – Christine Brown
Department of Revenue – Vicki Riley
City Planning Commision – Davie Fecteau
District Attorney Office – Raychan Abdullah
29th Ward Leader – Michelle Brown Lee
47th Committee Person – Donnie Moore
Citizen Planning Institute – Donna Carney
PACDC – Beth McConnell
Philadelphia Housing Authority – Kelvin A. Jeremiah
Vaux’s Big Picture School – David Bromley
Council President Darrell L. Clarke District 5 & Staff
“PROTECTING YOUR HOME”
Thursday, February 25th , 2021 4:00-5:30 pm
Philly VIP will be in attendance and will talk about wills and other estate planning documents.
You may be eligible for free help from a qualified lawyer in preparing a will.
Why should you have a will?
- To avoid family disputes when you pass.
- To decide who gets your home/belongings when you pass.
PECO will be in attendance to inform you with energy conservation solutions.
As well as LCD to help with Landlord/Tenant related issues.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 860 1457 5067
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Tuesday, Feb 23 @ 630pm-830pm – “Time & Memory in Sharswood: Community Histories + Futures”
The Sharswood neighborhood in North Philly has been the focus of a lot of attention over the past few years due to some of its struggles with gentrification and redevelopment. What often gets left out of the story is Sharswood’s deep and beautiful history, the memories of its residents, and the future hopes for the community from the perspective of those who call it home. Join us for a discussion on Sharswood’s history, highlighting the legacies of historical figures who lived in the neighborhood, discussing major events on Sharswood’s timeline, and sharing information about ways to get involved in preserving these memories and legacies, as well as how we work to create a future for Sharswood that we can all be part of.
– Mr. Warren McMichael – President, BSCCA, lifelong Sharswood resident
– Dox Thrash House w/ Maya Thomas
– Community Futures Lab
– Additional guests to be announced
Program held in partnership with Brewerytown Sharswood Community Civic Association (BSCCA) as part of Black Quantum Futurism Local Mean Time – BQF Black History/Futures Month Calendar.
There will be a meal distribution this Saturday, January 30 from 10 am to noon at the Archdiocese of Philadelphia located at 222 North 17th Street, Phila., 19103
Individuals can walk up or drive through. Meal kits for students who are not being fed in child care centers and or schools will be available.
We will email you the Zoom login information before the session.