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  • Community & Economic Development | Urban Affairs Coalition
    version of Standards for Excellence The Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations recently released an updated version of the Standards for Excellence Program This program is the premier ethics and accountability program for the nonprofit sector Standards for Excellence offers a variety of resources to strengthen nonprofit governance and operations in an effect to improve accountability to the public and donors The Pennsylvania Association for Nonprofit Organizations will hold a roll out event for this new version of Standards for Excellence on Tuesday June 2 2015 Read more Tags Community Economic Development Building Wealth Economic Development Projects Strengthening Nonprofits Business Entrepreneurship Business Financial Assistance Development Economic Development Economic Inclusion Leadership Development Neighborhood and Communities Other Service Initiatives Social Justice Anti Defamation League Volunteers Needed for 5K Walk Against Hate Event Details Date May 17 2015 To Register Click here for more information about this event On Sunday May 17 2015 join the Anti Defamation League ADL for the 5th Annual 5K Walk Against Hate in an effort to reject bigotry and celebrate diversity On Sunday May 17 2015 the Anti Defamation League ADL will host their 5th Annual 5K Walk Against Hate from 11am 2pm starting at Martin Luther King Drive The walk will bring together people from across the region to reject bigotry and celebrate diversity In addition to the walk this event will include a Diversity Expo highlighting the work of over 20 local nonprofit organizations working in areas such as LGBT equality culture and ethnicity Local musicians will also be feature on the Diversity Expo stage Read more Tags Community Economic Development Strengthening Nonprofits Advocacy Case Management Cultural Programming Economic Inclusion Education Adult Neighborhood and Communities Other Service Initiatives Social Justice ABAFAOILSS College Workshops and Fair Event Details Date May 9 2015 To Register Click here for more

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/category/site-categories/building-wealth/-community-economic-development (2016-05-02)
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  • PHIL Plus and Mini-PHIL Loan Details | Urban Affairs Coalition
    Requirements Here s How to Apply Step 1 SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT WITH YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING COUNSELOR If you qualify schedule an appointment with your neighborhood housing counselor During the appointment your counselor will explain home improvement alternatives fill out a PHIL Plus or Mini PHIL referral packet and explain the application process If you would like a head start in the referral process you can complete the profile worksheet This worksheet should be given to the counselor at the appointment Click here for a complete list of approved housing agencies Step 2 YOUR REFERRAL PACKET IS SENT TO THE URBAN AFFAIRS COALITION After your counseling session the referral packet will be reviewed by the Urban Affairs Coalition to ensure accuracy and completion Once the packet is approved it will be forwarded to the bank and branch of your choice Your housing counselor will contact you with the name and number of the bank representative that you will call for an appointment STEP 3 MAKE A FORMAL APPLICATION WITH ONE OF THE PARTICIPATING BANKS Currently there are two participating banks Citizens and PNC Back to Home Page Loan Terms Rates and Fees The PHIL Plus and Mini PHIL Loan can be used for home repairs and paying off debts including past due utility bills The Mini PHIL would be a good choice for small repairs or energy conservation improvements The PHIL Plus is typically used for larger renovations or for adaption for elderly living You can use up to half of either loan to pay off existing debt Don t qualify right now If your credit scores are lower than the program minimum you can bring them up by working with a certified credit counselor CLARIFI is a great place to begin For more information call 215 563 5665 Their website

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/phil-plus-and-mini-phil-loan-details (2016-05-02)
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  • PHIL-Plus and Mini-PHIL FAQ | Urban Affairs Coalition
    here to help you be the savviest homeowner you can be They ll help you with things you may not have even thought you needed Counselors are trained to understand credit reports assist you with creating a budget that is within your means and so much more The best part is their services are free The only fee you may have is accessing your credit report which is between 10 30 Is there a minimum income eligibility to qualify No there is no minimum As long as your monthly debts don t use up most of your income you are eligible to apply If I am denied can I apply again Depending on the denial reason the Urban Affairs Coalition will work with your housing counselor to find a bank that you can re apply with If nothing can be worked out immediately you can work with your housing counselor to fix the reason for denial and apply later on I inherited a property Can I apply for this loan You must be listed on the title and deed to apply for a Mini PHIL or PHIL Plus loan Additional questions Call Urban Affairs Coalition at 215 851 1847 Back

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/phil-plus-and-mini-phil-faq (2016-05-02)
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  • The Black Writers Museum | Urban Affairs Coalition
    297 3078 Hours of Operation Monday to Friday 3 30pm 7 30 pm and Saturdays 9 00 am 5 00 pm Contact Address The Historic Vernon House 5800 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia PA 19144 See map Google Maps Subscribe to our Newsletter About Us History UAC Impacts President s Corner President s Bio Interviews Speeches Board of Directors Management Staff Financials FAQ Office Location Directions Friends of the Coalition Our Priorities

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/partners/black-writers-museum (2016-05-02)
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  • Destined for a Dream Foundation | Urban Affairs Coalition
    p 267 994 0257 f 215 612 1495 Hours of Operation Monday to Friday 3 00 p m 8 30 p m and Saturday 10 00 a m 2 00 p m Contact Address P O Box 21022 Philadelphia PA 19144 See map Google Maps Subscribe to our Newsletter About Us History UAC Impacts President s Corner President s Bio Interviews Speeches Board of Directors Management Staff Financials FAQ Office

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/partners/destined-dream-foundation (2016-05-02)
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  • Fresh Visions Youth Theatre | Urban Affairs Coalition
    arts by offering children from the historically under served lower Germantown community of Philadelphia access to high level and rigorous training in the dramatic and performing arts and providing continuous performance opportunities for these children to display the skills they have acquired to audiences of their peers parents and neighborhood supporters Where a powerful product meets a powerful mission Service Areas After School Activities Development Education Youth Mentoring Neighborhood and Communities Service Initiatives Youth Youth Development Violence Prevention Primary Contacts Mr Bruce Robinson Founder Executive Artistic Director Contact Information http freshvisionsyouththeatre org freshvisionstheatre earthlink net p 267 226 7135 Hours of Operation Monday to Friday 3pm 9pm and Saturdays 9am 7pm Contact Address 4821 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia PA 19144 See map Google Maps Subscribe to our Newsletter About Us History UAC Impacts President s Corner President s Bio Interviews Speeches Board of Directors Management Staff Financials FAQ Office Location Directions Friends of the Coalition Our Priorities Strengthening Nonprofits Building Wealth Economic Development Projects Services Current Past Clients Community Economic Development CED Committee Philadelphia HomeBuyNow Foreclosure Prevention Home Improvement Loans Financial Education Network FAN Clubs Financial Education Workshops Youth Development Youth Employment Strategic Partnerships UAC KEYSPOT Services Comprehensive Services Collaborative Services

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/partners/fresh-visions-youth-theatre (2016-05-02)
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  • Youth Development - Make a Difference in a Teen's Life | Urban Affairs Coalition
    g our Summer WorkReady youth employment programs and the Philadelphia Charter School Directory Primary Focus Areas Education Employment and Pathways to the New Economy Aged out and homeless foster care populations serving special needs populations Health and life skills education Youth safety violence prevention Mentoring with a focus on African American males For More Information Contact Youth Division 1207 Chestnut Street 4th Floor Philadelphia PA 19107 Phone 215 851 0110 Partners in the Coalition Global Citizen The Greater Philadelphia MLK Day of Service Mission Global Citizen is a non profit organization dedicated to civic engagement among diverse groups through volunteering education community building service learning economic opportunity leadership development and dialogue Global Citizen brings together people of all ages and backgrounds through active citizenship and civic responsibility that result in breaking down barriers building understanding and fostering ongoing diverse partnerships Global Citizen Programs include the annual Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Day of Service and year round MLK365 Issues of focus include poverty homelessness at risk young people race relations public health safety digital inclusion veterans energy and the environment Nu Sigma Youth Services Mission 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 Philadelphia Anti Drug Anti Violence Network PAAN Mission To promote community safety through services that reduce drug abuse and violence as well as to help at risk youth develop positive alternatives that will return them to the mainstream of society Since its inception in 1989 PAAN has utilized its expertise to meet these objectives through street based community outreach and intervention programs first previous 1 2 Featured Video Michael Burns Senior Vice President at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney tells how he got his start in UAC s Summer

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/youth-development?page=1 (2016-05-02)
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