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Please Touch Gets $3.25 Million Donation, CEO Stepping Down

Today, the Please Touch Museum took a big step toward getting out of debt and emerging from bankruptcy — but also announced that its CEO will […]

The Scene

Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show

The Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show kicked off its 39th year with a glitzy gala on Wednesday night. Ellen Caplan, chair of this year’s […]

City Life

Career Wardrobe’s 5th Annual Tea & Fashion Show

Career Wardrobe’s 5th Annual Tea & Fashion Show was held Sunday afternoon at the Hyatt at the Bellevue. The annual event welcomed women from across […]

The Scene

Hope Gala at the Crystal Tea Room

On Saturday, Devereux — a leading national nonprofit behavioral healthcare organization — hosted its annual Hope Gala at the Crystal Tea Room in Philadelphia with the theme “Into […]

City Life

Philanthropy Friday: AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania

Every Friday we spotlight a local LGBT nonprofit in Philadelphia. This week: AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania, a public-interest law firm providing free legal assistance to […]

City Life

Today is National Give OUT Day

Today, Thursday, May 21st, is Give OUT Day, a national, 24-hour campaign that rallies donors for LGBTQ-specific causes. Samantha Giusti, executive director of local nonprofit-championing Delaware Valley […]

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John Templeton Jr. Has Died

John Templeton Jr., who led the John Templeton Foundation after his father’s 2008 death, has died. He passed on Saturday, according to reports. The New […]

The Scene

250th Celebration Gala for the Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine

This past Saturday, more than 1200 alumni, faculty, and dignitaries attended the 250th Celebration Gala for the Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine — […]

City Life

Philanthropy Friday: AIDS FUND

Every Friday we spotlight a local LGBT nonprofit in Philadelphia. This week: AIDS Fund, whose “mission is to raise awareness about the ongoing HIV/AIDS epidemic in […]

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The Cancer Support Community of Greater Philadelphia

The Cancer Support Community of Greater Philadelphia celebrated it’s 17th Annual Evening in the Park on the grounds of their headquarters Thursday night, The Suzanne Morgan Center […]

City Life

Philanthropy Friday: GO! Athletes

Every Friday we spotlight a local LGBT nonprofit in Philadelphia. This week: GO! Athletes, a support network of current and former LGBTQ collegiate and high school student […]

City Life

Philanthropy Friday: Philly Dyke March

Every Friday we introduce you to a local LGBT nonprofit in Philadelphia. This week: The Philly Dyke March is an annual rally and march to […]

The Scene

A Benefit for the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center

On Wednesday, April 22, 2015, The Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University held the Sixth Annual Men’s Event benefiting prostate cancer research and […]

City Life

Philanthropy Friday: The Anti-Defamation League

Every Friday we introduce you to a local LGBT nonprofit in Philadelphia. This week: The nation’s premier civil rights/human relations agency, The Anti-Defamation League, whose mission is “to fight […]

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Philanthropy Friday: Devereux on Its Recent Teamup With HRC

Every Friday we introduce you to a local LGBT nonprofit in Philadelphia. This week: Learn about Devereux‘s recent teamup with the Human Rights Campaign’s All Children-All […]