The Philly Birth Fund is now officially a non-profit, raising funds to provide lower cost and free home birth to Black families in the area.
This Sunday, February 26th, the Weavers Way Co-op is partnering with community organizations to host a baby item drive.
Thanksgiving is next week, and there are ways to score a free turkey and other food supplies to avoid breaking the bank.
The CPOC strives for “accountability, transparency, and equity” of the PPD through civilian oversight. But how is this done? Learn more here.
In November, Philadelphia residents will cast their votes for the General Election. Here are different ways to make sure your vote counts.
It’s officially summer, meaning the kiddos are out for the summer. Check out these events below for parents and caretakers looking for low-cost and free fun for the family this summer around the neighborhood.
Legal clinics are a first step of a ten year $500,000 initiative to provide reparatory justice to Black Germantowners
On Saturday, April 16, the Green Street Friends Meeting will begin hosting in-person free legal clinics that will benefit Black homeowners in the 19138 & 19144 ZIP codes. The group is pledging $500,000 for the next ten years, $50,000 per year, to do this work and to start other projects.
Last year, this mother-daughter duo opened the nation’s first menstrual hub. Co-founder Lynette Medley got to reflect on a full year of service with the Germantown Info Hub.
As we get closer to the November 2nd Municipal Election, the Germantown Info Hub wants to be sure Germantown residents can take advantage of all of their options to participate. Here are some reminders, including important dates, drop-box locations, and more.