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  • UAC congratulates Vice President, Arun Prabhakaran, Program Manager, Kate Rivera and Partnership and Outreach Manager Tivoni Devor for recent publication in Partnerships for Health and Human Service Nonprofits | Urban Affairs Coalition
    In his article Arun dissects the Urban Affairs Coalition UAC model of fiscal sponsorship that allows the sponsored organization to share its sponsor s legal and tax exempt status Nonprofits sponsored by UAC or other successful fiscal sponsors gain access to more expansive infrastructure and tax related benefits that larger organizations can provide Arun outlines the various forms of fiscal sponsorship offered by UAC and takes an in depth look at the positives and negatives of adopting this model Tivoni discusses a similar topic exploring the potential benefits of shared service organizations that partition costs through partnerships Currently more than 30 of Philadelphia nonprofit s revenue is being allocated to overhead and back office operations By sharing office space administrative costs and other services nonprofits are able to invest more money into programming and assist more people Kate explores a previously establish collaboration The Freedom Rings Partnership that provides thousands of Philadelphians with computer access On average between 41 and 55 of Philadelphians do not have access to the internet at home The Freedom Rings Partnership made up of over 50 organizations provides free computer use and training sessions to assure that residents can find jobs attain an education or

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/news/uac-congratulates-vice-president-arun-prabhakaran-program-manager-kate-rivera-and-partnership-a (2016-05-02)
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  • PACDC hosts 2nd Annual Leadership Symposium Featuring Angela Glover Blackwell and UAC President Sharmain Matlock-Turner | Urban Affairs Coalition
    included keynote speaker Angela Glover Blackwell Founder CEO of PolicyLink Rick Sauer Executive Director of PACDC and UAC Board Member Councilman Kenyatta Johnson and Eva Gladstein Executive Director of the Mayor s Office of Community Empowerment Opportunity The panel discussed how do community based organizations partner and or negotiate with private developers to benefit their neighborhood and how can CDCs creatively build opportunities for jobs and small business development on commercial corridors and beyond The symposium also featured break out sessions on modeling best practices for equitable development in Philadelphia Sessions included Managing Relationships Between Developers and Community Business Development Job Development Success Beyond Your Commercial Corridor Lessons Learned from West Philadelphia s Equitable Development Strategy and Using Data to Measure Neighborhood Quality of Life Click here for the extended version of PACDC s best practice models For a live recap of Part I and II of the panel discussion click here Panel Part 1 and Panel Part 2 Tags Community Economic Development News Publications Strategic Partnerships Awareness and Empowerment Seminars Board Business Entrepreneurship Economic Development Equitable and Sustainable Housing Housing Neighborhood and Communities Subscribe to our Newsletter About Us History UAC Impacts President s Corner President s Bio Interviews

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/news/pacdc-hosts-2nd-annual-leadership-symposium-featuring-angela-glover-blackwell-and-uac-president (2016-05-02)
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  • 21st Century Work-Stream Hires and Trains 50 Bartram High School Students | Urban Affairs Coalition
    for Hope Inglis House All Stars Day Care Divine Treasures Vicki Piontek Attorney at Law The Urban Affairs Coalition UAC John Bartram High School Ms Tootsies and Judy s Seafood Through the 21 st Century Work Stream program the students will receive 100 hours of onsite work experience during their academic year internship Students Additionally 21st CWS has partnered with UAC s Community and Economic Development CED program to offer 23 of the 50 Bartram High School an opportunity to participate in CED s Financial Advancement Network FAN club s The FAN clubs will enrich students knowledge of financial literacy while developing their money management skills Within these workshops students will also have the opportunity to open new checking and savings accounts with Wells Fargo UAC is excited about 21 st Century Work Stream and CED s new partnership promoting financial literacy for high school students To find out more about 21 CWS visit their website here Tags News Publications Strengthening Nonprofits Strategic Partnerships After School Activities Development Education Youth Financial Literacy Life Skills Mentoring Neighborhood and Communities Other Service Initiatives Youth Youth Development Subscribe to our Newsletter About Us History UAC Impacts President s Corner President s Bio Interviews

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/news/21st-century-work-stream-hires-and-trains-50-bartram-high-school-students (2016-05-02)
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  • UAC President Sharmain Matlock-Turner joins Peirce College Board of Trustees | Urban Affairs Coalition
    November 11 2014 in recognition of her executive leadership in community based values and her mastery in forging strategic partnerships across communities For a full listing of this week s On the Board features click here Tags News Publications Strengthening Nonprofits Strategic Partnerships Board Business Entrepreneurship Leadership Development Other Publications Subscribe to our Newsletter About Us History UAC Impacts President s Corner President s Bio Interviews Speeches Board of Directors

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/news/uac-president-sharmain-matlock-turner-joins-peirce-college-board-trustees (2016-05-02)
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  • UAC Program Partner ODAAT Hosts Reverend Henry T. Wells & Chief Rooney’s Annual Thanksgiving Dinner | Urban Affairs Coalition
    and their families in the Philadelphia are who are afflicted by addiction and HIV AIDS To further service others ODAAT is hosting its Late Reverend Henry T Wells Chief Rooney Annual Thanksgiving Dinner this Thursday November 27 th at 2432 West Lehigh Ave 19132 AFCOM beginning at 10am For more event information click here Special Invited Guests District Attorney Seth Williams Sheriff Jewell Williams Mayors Office Congressman Brady Police Department Councilman Curtis Jones Councilman President Clark Councilman Jannie Blackwell State Senator Shirley Kitchen Urban Affairs Coalition and Sharmain Matlock Turner We appreciate you for coming to our event to help and support those in need Mel Wells President Thanks to sponsors City of Philadelphia Philadelphia Church of Christ Urban Affairs Coalition Philadelphia Police Narcotics Department Attachment Size ODAAT Thanksgiving Flyer pdf 667 33 KB Tags News Publications Strengthening Nonprofits Addiction Recovery Food Bank Case Management Economic Inclusion Food Security Housing Mentoring Neighborhood and Communities Publications Service Initiatives Violence Prevention 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

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/news/uac-program-partner-odaat-hosts-reverend-henry-t-wells-chief-rooney%E2%80%99s-annual-thanksgiving-dinne (2016-05-02)
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  • UAC Program Partner Moxie Women Hosts Annual Celebration of Moxie Women Conference | Urban Affairs Coalition
    Senior Project Moxie Women will host their Annual Celebration of Moxie Women Conference on Friday December 19th at the University of the Arts from 7 30am 12 30pm Through these conferences Moxie Women brings together creative and courageous women in government business and the arts to inspire and build alliances By connecting women who have achieved success in their professional lives with young women Moxie Women create networks and enables the next generation of women leader Judge Renee Cardwell will be this year s Keynote Speaker and the Profile of Courage Award Recipient The event will offer networking exhibitors and workshops presented by women from PECO and Citizens Bank These workshops will cover the importance of having women on the boards of organizations and building a network Presenters will discuss what skills young women should concentrate on developing in order to accomplish their career goals For more information about this event visit the event page here Tags News Publications Strategic Partnerships Business Entrepreneurship Development Education Youth Life Skills Mentoring Networking Service Initiatives Youth Youth Development 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/news/uac-program-partner-moxie-women-hosts-annual-celebration-moxie-women-conference (2016-05-02)
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  • CED and Concerned Black Men of Philadelphia Launch the Youth Investment Financial IQ Club | Urban Affairs Coalition
    versus wants and calculating interest based on hypothetical situations Here is a recap of session one s activities and what s expected in the coming weeks Monday November 3 2014 During their first peer session the young men discussed what they learned during the educational sessions and determined methods to accomplish their group and individual goals by researching stocks on Yahoo Finance Monday November 10 2014 During the second session the young men began virtually trading the stocks they previously researched on Yahoo Finance and followed its performance The Youth Investment Financial Club is managed by consultant Shante Antrom and instructed by Sheryl Dorsey C P A and author of Money Management for Teens About Concerned Black Men Concerned Black Men CBM works to provide African American youth in West Oak Lane and the surrouding communities with programs and activities that motivate educate and build their self esteem The organization provides Saturday Morning Mentoring College tours School visitations Chess Adopt a school SAT Preparation For more information about Concerned Black Men visit their website or contact Mr Ali Abdulla or Michael George at 215 276 2260 For more information about Financial IQ peer groups also known as FAN club visit our website Sheryl Dorsey M A C P A is an experienced Certified Public Accountant with over twenty years of experience She is the author of Money Management for Teens and the owner of Ridley Dorsey CPAs and Black Street Investment Club Ms Dorsey had contributed to the Urban Affairs Coalition Speaker s Bureau for about five years and is currently facilitating the instructional portion of the Concerned Black Men FAN Club Tags Community Economic Development News Publications Strategic Partnerships After School Activities Business Financial Assistance Education Youth Life Skills Mentoring Service Initiatives Youth Youth Development Subscribe to our Newsletter

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/news/ced-and-concerned-black-men-philadelphia-launch-youth-investment-financial-iq-club (2016-05-02)
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  • UAC Program Partner Moxie Women Committee Presents 15th Annual Warmth In Winter Drive | Urban Affairs Coalition
    the streets across the City of Philadelphia UAC Program Partner Moxie Women is seeking your help to address these issues Please help our children keep warm this winter From Monday November 3 2014 to Friday December 12 2014 The Celebration of Moxie Women presents its 15 th Annual Warmth In Winter Drive Stop by any of these 12 locations see PDF to provide NEW hats scarves gloves and mittens for Philadelphia s homeless and low income children For more information or a full list of drop off locations contact Special Events Manager Kellan White or by phone 215 686 3438 Moxie Women Committee is a program partner of the Urban Affairs Coalition UAC Drop off locations The Urban Affairs Coalition 9 th District Police Headquarters Office of Representative Cherelle Parker Penn Presbyterian Medical Center West Oak Lane Senior Center Centro Musical Linebarger Goggan Blair Sampson Mother Bethel AME Church Office of Supportive Housing Christian Stronghold Tindley Temple UMC Shiloh Baptist Church The Celebration of Moxie Women Empowering the Potential of Girls the Promise of Rising Stars and the Power of Women Attachment Size Warmth in Winter Flyer UAC 3 pdf 176 98 KB Tags Family Services Neighborhood and Communities Service

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/news/uac-program-partner-moxie-women-committee-presents-15th-annual-warmth-winter-drive (2016-05-02)
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