Engage + Impact Initiative
This is the main way we engage individuals and families that are unhoused or living in low income areas. From soup and sandwiches to corner haircuts to BBQs in the summer, we love to engage people with a variety of activities. Toiletry bags, new clothing, and genuine conversation are always shared at each event. The goal is to engage people in a way that affirms their humanity, creates authentic connection, and restores the fun in being a part of community. This event happens every 2nd Saturday.
Cultivate: Food Assistance
The Cultivate Program is a food assistance program that addresses the hunger and food insecurity happening in our city. We deliver over 200 boxes of dry goods, produce, and meat throughout the North Philadelphia community each month. Delivery is every 2nd Saturday and free of charge. If interested, please complete our Referral Form.
Cultivate: Community Garden
This project, located in the Hunting Park section of North Philadelphia, is another branch of our Cultivate program. It is a collaborative effort to grow and serve fresh produce in and to the local community. Produce from the garden, including healthy fruits and vegetables, will be used in our food assistance program, our Engage + Impact Initiative as well as a resource to teach young people the importance of healthy eating and the benefits of gardening.
Summer Movie Fest
Summer Movie Fest was created to provide a family oriented summer opportunity for the Philadelphia community. If you're looking for free summer fun come out and enjoy a movie, food, arts and crafts, and more for all ages. Summer Movie Fest runs from May to August. Check back for our 2022 summer movie schedule.
The Creative H.E.R.O. Project
The Creative H.E.R.O. (Healthy Expression Reclaiming Originality) Project was designed to give youth a unique combination of creative art projects matched with Life Skills lessons. Project activities help youth foster self-confidence and creativity as well as encourage individuality and improve self image in order to realize their fullest potential.
Read a review on The Creative H.E.R.O. Project.