CCRA recently met with
representatives of the City's Office of Transportation and
Infrastructure Systems (OTIS) to discuss protected bike lanes and other
matters. Click to find out what we learned.
Hub of Hope for the Homeless Facility at Suburban Station
After operating for six years each winter
at Suburban Station, a temporary walk-in engagement service for Philly's
homeless population will open its doors once again in January 2018-this
time for good. Read about it on Curbed.
Support CCRA on Amazon
Boost your support of CCRA by signing up today for Amazon Smile. All you have to do is click on the link, search for "Center City Residents' Association", and then link us to your account. After that, make your purchases through smile.amazon.com
and then Amazon will donate 0.5% of all eligible purchases to CCRA.
It's that simple! Taking just 2 minutes out of your day to support CCRA
on Amazon Smile will help us pay for all the wonderful programming CCRA
offers residents, like sidewalk cleaning, town hall forums, and more!
Albert M. Greenfield Home & School Association
The Albert M. Greenfield Home & School Association is working to raise $100,000 by January 1st. Click here to learn how you can help!
Town Hall Meeting with US Congressman Dwight Evans, Mon, 12/4, 6:30, Plays and Players Theatre, 1716 Delancey Pl.
CCRA's Government Relations Committee will
host a town hall meeting with United States Congressman Dwight E. Evans
on 12/4 at 6:30 pm at Plays and Players Theatre. Hear what's happening
in Washington. Click here to learn more.
CCRA's annual interfaith gathering
with 12 local congregations Tues. 11/21 at 7pm at The Ethical Society
(SW cor of Ritt Square) titled "Thanksgiving in Action" will launch a
joint CCRA/Congregations homeless initiative through the Bethesda
Project, which has been working with Philadelphia's homeless since
1979. Join your neighbors to offer thanks and to learn how we all can
address an unsettling community conundrum, the homeless who live
amidst thousands of homes.