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.
SOSNA BOARD ELECTIONS
SOSNA Board of Directors is a working volunteer Board that establishes
the policies and helps implement the programs and activities of the
organization. The SOSNA board is an elected volunteer body, made up of
15 people from the neighborhood. Each board member serves a 3-year term
and can only serve 2 consecutive terms, for a total of 6 years.
SOSNA’s Board of Directors strives to be representative of our
population of neighbors. Our Board of Directors and volunteers shape our
programs and initiatives as we work towards community safety that
supports and heals, not disenfranchises and displaces. We continue to be
committed to creating a diverse board that represents our neighborhood
in terms of race/ethnic groups, professions, education levels, ages,
abilities and genders. All nomination applications are very welcome.
To be a member, you must
have your primary residence or who own real estate within SOSNA’s
boundaries, have a business owned and/or headquartered within SOSNA’s
boundaries, or direct a nonprofit organization headquartered within
Be willing to serve at least one (1) three (3) year term on the Board of Directors
Meet monthly on the last Wednesday of the month at 7:00p for our Board Meetings (virtually during COVID-19)
SOSNA COMMUNITY SPACE - SURVEY
exploring turning our new SOSNA space into a cooperative workspace
containing technology and resources to develop creative digital content.
In doing so we hope to create a community hub for individuals to work
remotely, facilitate learning pods, and share skills or solutions
through developing creative digital content in order to develop rapport
in person or virtually, share solutions through digital content, and
ultimately establish a more cohesive community. Learn more about the
idea created by our Board Member, Brandon Washington here.
All counties need poll workers—it’s a great way to support and help your community.
workers do the key work of ensuring people exercise their right to
vote. They also help ensure the safety and security of our election
process—something that is critical to our nation’s democracy. Poll
workers check in voters at polling places and set them up at the voting
year is a presidential election and voter turnout is expected to be
high, so consider becoming a poll worker and spread the word to your
friends and family who may be interested as well.
Help champion democracy—become a poll worker today.
Applications can be done via online, mail, or phone (phone hours are still limited due to the pandemic).
Job Resources by SOSNA
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!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.