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Adversity & Resilience: The Impact of Immigration on Children and Families

Children’s Crisis Treatment Center’s 2019 advocacy event will address the topic of immigration within a trauma-informed framework. Toward the aim of further creating a welcoming city for immigrants, this event will explore immigration with an emphasis on individual, family and community protective factors. Particular focus will be placed on examining both the adversities and resiliencies associated […]

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Participatory Grantmaking Initiative brings Public-Private Partnership to Address Behavioral Health Needs of Immigrant Communities

(Philadelphia, PA) – The City of Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS) joins the Scattergood Foundation, United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, and Patricia Kind Family Foundation in supporting the Community Fund for Immigrant Wellness. The $100,000 contribution from DBHIDS will grow the pooled fund to $300,000. Grants from […]

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Beyond the Check: Building Bridges in Arts and Trauma-Informed Practice through Philanthropy

By Beth Feldman Brandt and Lauren Scharf What happens when foundations share power, listen, experiment, and break down silos? This is precisely the question that Beth Feldman Brandt of the Bartol Foundation and Joe Pyle of the Scattergood Foundation attempted to answer when they delivered a joint plenary address at the PHENND 30th anniversary conference on Trauma and the Arts held […]

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Press Release: Report shows that a data-driven asset-based approach is needed to improve children’s health and well-being in Philadelphia

With the release of an important new report, the Scattergood Foundation challenges all of us to rethink our approach to solving the problems that challenge the health and well-being of Philadelphia’s children. The report urges policy makers and funders to look beyond the city’s problems and take an asset-based, data-driven approach to improving outcomes for the […]

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RISE Partnership Announces First Implementation Cohort of Grantees

15 Philadelphia-Area Nonprofits to Participate in the “Implementation” Phase of a $3 Million Initiative Philadelphia, Pa. (April 4, 2019) – 15 area organizations have been selected to participate in the RISE Partnership’s initial “Implementation” phase. The groups were announced today at an event at the Discovery Center in Philadelphia. Organizations participating in the Implementation component […]

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Radio Times Interview with Dr. Samantha Matlin

Samantha was on Radio Times discussing a same day work and pay program that pays individuals experiencing significant economic insecurity cash for a day’s work. There is an existing program in Camden and a new one starting in Philadelphia that will pay people $50 for painting public art. Listen to the interview here to learn more […]

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