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Here’s How Many Clothes Were Collected for Charity at the Philadelphia Marathon

Ever wonder what happens to all those shirts and gloves discarded at a big race? Here in Philly, a local organization called Clothes-pin, which we […]

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PHILANTHROPY FRIDAY: Reggie Shuford With ACLU of Pennsylvania

Every Friday Delaware Valley Legacy Fund (DVLF) Executive Director Samantha Giusti introduces you to a local LGBT non-profit in Philadelphia. This week, the ACLU of Pennsylvania, an […]

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The Roots Create Foundation to Help Students at Philly’s High School of Creative and Performing Arts

A recent $1.1-million budget cut at the Philadelphia High School of Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA) left the school void of 19 teachers and staff members since […]

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PHILANTHROPY FRIDAY: GALAEI

Every Friday Delaware Valley Legacy Fund (DVLF) Executive Director Samantha Giusti introduces you to a local LGBT non-profit in Philadelphia. This week, the Gay and Lesbian Latino […]

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Philanthropy Friday: Valley Youth House

Every Friday Delaware Valley Legacy Fund (DVLF) Executive Director Samantha Giusti introduces you to a local LGBT non-profit in Philadelphia. This week, Valerie Johnson on Warminster’s Valley Youth […]

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Report Says Philadelphia Philanthropy is Faltering

Among the nation’s 50 biggest cities, Philadelphia had the second-biggest drop in charitable giving from 2006 to 2012, according to a new report from the […]

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10 Fall Charity Runs Worth Signing Up For

You knew this was coming, right? It’s pretty much the last loose end in our trifecta of Fall Races to Put On Your Calendar posts. This […]

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DO THIS: Don Your Amateur Drag at The Beauty Ball

Five years ago Dr. Patrick Barrett began hosting a soiree in his apartment, where he’d ask guests to come in drag. He dubbed the party The Philly Beauty […]

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WATCH: Brian Sims Rappels Commerce Square in Center City

If you thought you saw Brian Sims rappelling down the Commerce Square building in Center City this afternoon your eyes weren’t deceiving you. The state representative […]

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TOY to be Held at Fire & Ice This Year

To celebrate its eighth anniversary, TOY, Delaware Valley Legacy Fund‘s annual charity gala for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), will move from Reading Terminal Market, where […]

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Brian Sims Douses Himself in Cold Water for Charity

Earlier this summer my Facebook feed was drenched with videos from folks in my hometown, Lancaster, Kentucky, taking part in a “cold water challenge.” The concept […]

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Philly Party People Team Up for Prolific IndiGoGo Bash

Whether we’re at odds about Pride, or listening to drag queens bicker about who reigns supreme over what bar, sometimes it seems like Philly’s LGBT community is […]

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Eagles’ Connor Barwin, Kurt Vile Team Up to “Make the World Better”

Eagles Linebacker Connor Barwin’s “Make the World Better” charity project is hosting a concert to raise money for much-needed improvements to Ralph Brooks Park in South […]

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Federal Donuts Teams Up To Launch a Kickstarter

If you needed one more reason to love Federal Donuts, here it is: Federal Donuts is collaborating with Broad Street Ministry (BSM), a non-profit, to […]

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Bradley Cooper Joins Board of Camp for Seriously Ill Children

After spending a summer volunteering as a camp counselor for Paul Newman’s The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, a program for seriously ill children, in […]