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- PCA Managed
PCA Emergency Fund
This last resort crisis assistance program offers assistance to Philadelphia residents age 60+ whose income is within 175% of poverty.
- PCA Funded
KleinLife: Northeast Philadelphia & Russian Satellite
Multi-service senior center that provides congregate meals, recreation, education, medical clinic, transportation, trilingual counseling (Russian English Yiddish) home-delivered meals, emergency food volunteer programs, legal assistance, housing assistance, support groups and more. Also serves as a provider of the PCA In-Home Support Program (IHSP).
Association of Puerto Ricans In March (APM)
A Latino-based health human services community and economic development non-profit organization serving the Philadelphia area. Offers health and social services to anyone in Greater Philadelphia.
Diversified Community Services Seniors Program
A nonprofit social service agency whose mission is to provide services that help individuals and families be self-sufficient and neighborhoods be safe and supportive communities.
Intercultural Family Services Inc. 2
Independent nonprofit human services agency. Provides a broad array of collaborative family-centered programs to empower children and families in Greater Philadelphia.
Jewish Elderly Holocaust Survivors Project
This project is designed for older persons who lived under Nazi rule during World War II and who need help with everyday activities.
John Gloucester House
Provides emergency food. All clients must be 18 and over. Must have a referral letter and photo ID for emergency food.
A temporary residence (shelter) for single women and mothers with young children who are homeless near homeless or in recovery. Also provides food clothing educational training/classes case management housing opportunities and emotional support/compassion for the residents.
Nicetown CDC Community Center
The Nicetown CDC’s mission is to dynamically improve the quality of life in Nicetown and surrounding communities by establishing sustainable community economic development. This mission is fullfilled with a holistic and inclusive approach to goals and objectives that prioritize public safety; mobilization through “re-education” and training; affordable housing development; commercial corridor revitalization; arts & culture; and […]
Salvation Army – Germantown Corps
Serves food only.
Self-Help And Resource Exchange (SHARE)
SHARE is a program where people can purchase a package of food at discounted prices plus two hours of community service.
Southwest Community Enrichment Center
Provides counseling emergency food program computer training art center friendly visiting program for homebound persons living near the center and home-delivered meals for those who cannot cook for themselves.
St. Vincent De Paul Society
Catholic lay organization offering services to the needy by providing clothing furniture food and other services through local parishes.
United Communities Southeast Philadelphia
A nonprofit agency in the settlement house tradition. Mission: to work in partnership with various local communities for social economic justice and to foster harmony for building self-sustaining communities through: advocacy that promotes member participation and leadership; economic programs for enhancing community development; social programs supporting individual and family well-being; and educational opportunities that advance skill development and knowledge.