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Have you had a hard time keeping up with our grantees and partners this week? Yes, us too!

Aug 23, 2019

It has been and will continue to be a busy week of news coverage of our grantees and partners. Below I have aggregated some of the coverage.


The Safehouse Philly team testified in federal court on Monday and continues to plan for the opening of the first overdose prevention site in America. The next step in the legal case is oral arguments on 9/5/19.

Scattergood Ethics Program for Applied Behavioral Health Care at the University of Pennsylvania

Dominic Sisti, Ph.D., Program Director, has had the opportunity to comment on mass violence and mental health for several national and local news outlets this week.

Mass Violence in America Report

Joe Pyle, Scattergood Foundation president was on the National Council for Behavioral Health’s panel of experts contributing to this extremely timely report.

Equity in Philanthropy Cohort

The greatest social issues that we face as a region and a country are amplified in the lives of those who experience structural and systemic inequity. In philanthropy, changing the trajectory of these issues requires self-reflection, self-assessment, and institutional change to embrace a full commitment to equity.The foundation is financially supporting and Joe Pyle and Kate Williams, Board Chair are participating in Philanthropy Network of Greater Philadelphia’s Equity in Philanthropy Cohort. The

Thank you to the leaders, staff, and board members of all of these organizations for being brave, tenacious, and having a profound sense of urgency for the important issues we collectively work together on.