CEO Oversight Board Meetings for 2013
Campaign For Working Families
CFWF provides coordination and supervision of two free tax preparation Super Sites, that offer services to low to moderate income clients.
Center for Literacy
Offers Adult Basic Education (ABE)/General Educational Development (GED) classes, parental literacy classes, and English as Second Language (ESL) classes to adult learners.
Department of Public Health: Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program
Supports environmental inspection of homes with children who have elevated lead levels; cleaning and remediation of lead hazards in the home; family relocation services during cleanings; caregiver education on lead poisoning prevention.
Department of Recreation: Older Adult Services
Offers support for six older adult centers provide recreational and support services to low income senior citizens.
Federation of Neighborhood Centers
FNC programs train local residents in careers in construction and solar panel installation.
North Philadelphia Human Services Development Corporation
Offers information and referrals services to help low-income families meet emergency needs including food, clothing, shelter services, legal assistance, domestic abuse, security deposits, completing housing and employment applications, furniture assistance, emergency rental payments, LIHEAP, CRISIS, and utility entitlements.
Mayor’s Commission on People with Disabilities
Provides information, referrals and advocacy services for people with disabilities.
Mural Arts Program
Offers art education and development programs for youth through three art education programs: Big Picture, serving youth ages 10-14; Mural Corps, a more intensive program serving teens ages 14-21.
Office of Supportive Housing
Provides emergency shelter services to homeless individuals and families at three shelter sites, namely: Woodstock Family Center, Outley House Shelter, and Kirkbride Center.
People For People
The program enhances the employability skills of non-custodial fathers through career assessments, job readiness and employment skills training, and ongoing case management services.
Philadelphia Housing Authority
Through its Pre-Apprenticeship Building Maintenance and Construction Training Program, PHA provides low-income residents of public and assisted housing with training opportunities to prepare them for entry-level positions in the building and construction trades.
Philadelphia Revitalization & Education Program
The program provides low-income participants with training opportunities to prepare them for positions in the construction trades industry.
Urban Youth Racing School / STEM Program
Through a partnership with Temple University’s MESA Leadership Project, the program will prepare low-income students for academic and professional careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.