Twelve Gates Arts brings the city voices of people in diaspora, and shows Philadelphia something about the outside world — and itself.
Cloud 9 Rooftop Farm is striving not only to be in harmony with nature, but with the current layout of the city itself.
The Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance (MANNA) brings healthy meals to Philadelphians suffering from terminal or serious maladies.
As summer reaches its peak, OMAAT celebrates the season by sharing some of our favorite spots to engage in some invigorating and fulfilling volunteer work.
Now that marriage equality has been achieved, gay rights activists must look toward the future. Workplace equality is their next big hurdle.
The Portside Arts Center brings arts, music, and drama education to the children who most need it. And you can help.
On April 25th, from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm, the Portside Arts Center will turn the streets into a living, many-faceted art project, in which everyone is invited to collaborate.
The Vetri Foundation for Children and My Daughter’s Kitchen work together to teach Philadelphia students how to make their own meals and make the city healthier.
With this burgeoning increase in the construction of affordable housing complexes, the work of community organizations like Better Tomorrows has become even more relevant.
The “Meet Me On Mars” challenge pushes participants across the country and world to run for a cause — as far as they can.
Lindsay Jensen, the young mother of a five-month-old girl, is recovering from a major accident and needs all of our help.
Music Is Love Exchange combines artistic expression with hands-on community development both at home and abroad — and it’s just getting started.
Local education and athletics group SquashSmarts has made a mission of keeping Philadelphia kids in school.
On this day, Jan. 19, 2015, 47 years after the passing of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Philadelphians have planned a variety of events throughout the city to honor his life and remember his message.