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Now Hiring: Assistant Center Director

Click here for the full job description. The Assistant Center Director is responsible to assist in the overall operations of the assigned facility, and the administration and development of programs in order to reflect the goals and objectives of the agency. This position ensures the facility is a safe and fun place for children to […]

Philadelphia Insurance Companies and Steven Bradley, President/CEO, Bradley & Bradley Associates, Inc. present a Pre-K Scholarship Donation

Philadelphia Insurance Companies Donates $5,241 to Diversified Community Services for Pre-K Scholarships, as part of Pennsylvania Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC).   Joe McNeill, CIC, Market Executive, Philadelphia Insurance Companies and Steven Bradley, President/CEO, Bradley & Bradley Associates, Inc. present a Pre-K Scholarship donation of $5,241 to Otis Bullock, Executive Director, Diversified Community Services, […]

Sustaining a Two-Generation Strategy: A Social Enterprise Opportunity

Original Article: Social Innovations Journal In a volatile funding environment, Diversified Community Services (Diversified) has sought to finance one social innovation with another social innovation. In 2014, the William Penn Foundation granted Diversified $438,000 over 30 months to implement Philadelphia’s first two-generation model. The two-generation model is a new approach to quality early childhood education […]

Wells Fargo donates $500,000 for Philadelphia revitalization efforts

Original Article: Wells Fargo Local NeighborhoodLIFT® grants address community revitalization, workforce development, youth programs, neighborhood beautification and homeownership for Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA – Oct. 18, 2016 Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) today announced a total of $500,000 in donations for five local nonprofits will help revitalize Philadelphia neighborhoods through the Wells Fargo NeighborhoodLIFT® program. The […]

Kenney Pre-K Initiative Rolls Out This Week

Original Article: 6ABC POINT BREEZE (WPVI) — Mayor Jim Kenney made quality Pre-K a main component of his campaign, and on Thursday, he will roll out the first phase of his initiative. “Our children aren’t getting that start and by 3rd grade, if you’re not reading at grade level, by 7th and 8th grade, you’re […]

ThinkFest Preview: Otis Bullock Jr. on Solving Generational Poverty

Original Article: Philly Mag  |   Event Tickets: ThinkFest Philadelphia’s movers and shakers could easily choose to dwell on the feel-good stories that have sprouted around here during the last decade or so: the slight (but welcome) population growth, the steady rise of condos and office towers, the overall drop in violent crime. It’s nice, chit-chatting about viaduct parks and open streets, […]

Success of coat drive comforts supporters

  Original Article: Philadelphia Tribune With the arrival of fall comes cooler temperatures, that means many in Philadelphia will need help preparing for the colder days ahead. Unity in the Community addressed this need by holding its 5th annual Coat Drive. On Saturday, Anton Moore, founder of the 7-year-old nonprofit, set up a collection spot […]

Generational Poverty: Trying to Solve Philly’s Most Enduring Problem

Original Article: Philadelphia Magazine, Sept. 17, 2016 Mattie McQueen is desperately poor. So were her parents, her grandparents and her great-grandparents. So are her children and her young grandchildren. Is there a way out? OTIS BULLOCK JR. was in the second grade at Meade Elementary School in North Philadelphia when a teacher asked him to […]

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