You can take your trash to nearby sanitation drop-off centers:
The centers below are open seven days a week from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
5100 Grays Ave.
3033 S. 63rd St., near Passyunk Ave.
BLUE RECYCLING BINS
Available at the sanitation centers listed above. (Please bring proof of
residence; 2 bins per household; FREE). Also available for purchase at
Rittenhouse Hardware or Lowe's.
Filling out the #census2020
determines whether our communities get investment in social programs
and infrastructure improvements and also shapes political representation
through redistricting. Fill out your census before Sept 30, 2020.
FUN FACT: If just one person is missed in the 2020
Census count, Philadelphia could face the loss of $21,000 in federal
funding over the next ten years. If an undercount happens, the city’s
capacity to meet the needs of its residents will be seriously
RAZOR RECYCLING PROGRAM
Participate in a TerraCycle challenge to build a new playground at a local military medical center with recycled razor waste!
See the poster for accepted waste and drop off your waste at our SOSNA office during these time slots: Friday, August 28, 8-9:30am
a folder for job resources to reference when looking for a new job,
career fair, training or other opportunities in the Philadelphia
area. We update the folder below weekly so check back often!
Where to Find Supervised, Connected Access Centers for Digital Learning
the start of this school year, most schools in Philadelphia will use a
digital learning model to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. For
many children, this will mean learning at home with caregiver
supervision or in a childcare center. However, some families do not have
those options because they work outside of the home and can’t afford or
access childcare support.
first phase of Access Centers will serve 800 students beginning
Tuesday, September 8. Additional centers will open on a rolling basis. Find access centers here.
Utility Bill Help
If you've fallen behind on your heating or electric bills, you may be
eligible for an $800 grant LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program grant. The
deadline to apply is August 31, so don't delay!
They offer six shifts for volunteers to sign-up for:
Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday 9:00am-12:00pm
Friday 9:00am-12:00pm & 1:00pm-4:00pm
Registration is OPEN for the SWCC 5K 2020!
Although we would love to be racing alongside you this Fall, we will instead be celebrating our 12th Annual SWCC 5K with a self-paced virtual race! The 5K or Monster Mile can be completed anywhere between October 23rd and 31st.
Please sign up HERE to participate in the 2020 virtual race!
Labor of Love Fundraiser
Join us for our Labor of Love Ride or Stride on September 6-12. During
this 7-day virtual event you can ride or stride daily at your own pace
and on your own schedule. We have created 6 virtual courses, varying
from 3 to 160 miles. You can bike or walk these distances or your own
course/distance anywhere and anytime. Registrants can commit to 1 of the
6 virtual courses or walk/ride their own course. There is a minimum
fundraising goal of $50 to participate. After registering, you can
participate with a team or as an individual.
Our office will be closed until further notice. If you have any concerns or questions, you can reach our Executive Director, Nicole via email at email@example.com.
HELP US CREATE THE NEIGHBORHOOD YOU WANT TO LIVE IN.
thoughtful donation is an impactful investment in our neighborhood, and
it helps SOSNA and our volunteers continue to be a resource for you and
engage more of our neighbors.
is only able to do our work with the support of our neighbors, our
neighborhood businesses, and our community partners. We depend on the
countless hours our neighbors volunteer with us and we rely on generous
donations, like yours, from neighbors and businesses to carry out our
mission of improving our community.
SOSNA is only able to do the work that we do with the support of our
neighbors, our neighborhood businesses, and our community partners. We
depend on the countless hours our residents volunteer with SOSNA, and we
rely on generous donations, like yours, from neighbors and businesses
to carry out our mission of improving our community.