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Director of Learning & Community Impact

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In awe of their passion: Working with Anti-Violence Community Expansion Grantees

“Every human being deserves a safe place to live, a place to raise and educate their children, to feed and clothe them,” states Dr. Nadia Ward, Learning and Community Impact Consultant with the Scattergood Foundation. This ethos sums up a core belief held by the project team that is currently providing technical assistance to the […]

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The Scattergood Foundation Announces New Grantees

The Scattergood Foundation supports organizations and projects that disrupt the current behavioral health system and discourse, creating impact at the individual, organizational, and societal levels. We are pleased to announce our grants made in the first quarter of 2022, representing a collective $465,000 investment in our community. Active Minds | Emerging Fellows Program Bread & […]

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Community Fund for Immigrant Wellness invests $400,000 to promote culturally-centered strategies to improve mental health

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 21st, 2022 (Philadelphia, PA) – The Community Fund for Immigrant Wellness is pleased to announce that it will invest $400,000 in 12 organizations that promote mental health and emotional wellbeing among immigrant communities in Greater Philadelphia. These organizations represent the third cohort of Community Fund for Immigrant Wellness grantees. Since its […]

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My Experience with the COVID-19 Prevention & Response Fund

Project Overview The Philanthropy Network of Greater Philadelphia organized a COVID-19 response fund effort for Philadelphia and associated regions. With more than $40 million dollars in funding from 13 shared funds, the organization and partners aimed to fund community based, minority focused organizations for their projects related to at least one of four areas related […]

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Using Place Matters to Inform Hunting Park/East Tioga Neighborhood Plan

My journey with North 10 and the Hunting Park/East Tioga Neighborhood Plan began with a program evaluation course at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring 2020 taught by Scattergood Foundation Vice President of Learning and Community Impact, Dr. Samantha Matlin. The course gave students the opportunity to gain real world experience by selecting to work […]

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A Moment of Celebration: The RISE Partnership Program Continues to Grow

The last eighteen months have without a doubt been an anomaly. During our time indoors, we reflected, processed, and redefined our relationship with the outside world. Many of us have transitioned to days filled with online meetings, virtual programming, and greenscreen backgrounds. During this shift, the RISE Partnership has witnessed continued growth and perseverance from […]

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Staff Wellness Grants to 20 Organizations

Through our grantmaking, we have had the honor of partnering with dozens of organizations doing amazing work to support their communities. These organizations worked swiftly to shift their programs to provide needed services throughout COVID-19 – we are truly in awe of what the staff at they have accomplished.  Last year, we provided wellness grants […]

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Eight Organizations Awarded Grants for First Policy Meets Practice Grantee Cohort

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, May 28th, 2021 (Philadelphia, PA) – The Scattergood Foundation is pleased to announce its first round of grantees in its new grant initiative, Policy Meets Practice, which aims to align local grantmaking with its Think Bigger Do Good Policy Series. Each organization will receive a $20,000 grant and will participate in […]

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Pennsylvania Pardon System: A Road Out of Poverty

On Monday, May 17, 2021 Philadelphia Lawyers for Social Equity (PLSE) and the Scattergood Foundation hosted a discussion on how the Pennsylvania Pardon System could be the road out of poverty for the City of Philadelphia. Speakers included: Larry Krasner, Philadelphia District Attorney Jeff Brown, President & CEO of Brown’s Super Stores, Inc. Evan Figueroa-Vargas, Employment Systems Program Analyst […]

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