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City Announces $500,000 Investment in Local Organizations
(1 days ago) Through this initiative, the City is investing in organizations and programs that enhance technology skills for the future talent pipeline, enabling more Black and brown Philadelphians to be trained in technology fields and prepared for tech-related jobs of the near term and the future.
Philadelphia Worker Relief Fund: Investing in workers who
(7 days ago) Philadelphia Worker Relief Fund: Investing in workers who were left behind October 26, 2020 Lauren Cox Department of Labor , Office of Immigrant Affairs When the full force of the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the state and federal governments created aid programs —like “stimulus checks” and expanded unemployment benefits—to help people make
City Launches New Round of Violence Prevention Grants for
(3 days ago) This grant program underscores our commitment to investing directly in communities impacted by gun violence. Together we can cultivate the hope and opportunity on every block in our city,” said Senior Director Erica Atwood of the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Cluster. “We are all working together to expand support for community
Why Philadelphia—and all of America—needs the American
(8 days ago) To prepare for the care needs of the future requires investing in care facilities and improving the quality of care jobs — with living wages, benefits, and workplac e protections for caregiv ers. B etter jobs mean better care. S tudies have shown that paying hig h er wages to care workers improves the quality of care.
City of Philadelphia: Stormwater Management
(3 days ago) Green City, Clean Waters, Philadelphia’s plan to reduce combined sewer overflows, calls for an investment of $2.4 billion over the next 25 years in public infrastructure. This money will fund treatment plant upgrades and the installation of green stormwater …
Philadelphia Housing Authority
(5 days ago) It's also about investing in the people we serve. PHA's Resident Services team offers our residents a wide variety of training, services and programs to help them gain valuable skills and achieve self-sufficiency. PHA operates the Community Partners Program and the Pre-Apprenticeship Program for Construction Trades.
City Announces 2021 Update for Roadmap to Safer
(3 days ago) The Administration proposes investing a total of $18.7 million of additional funding in FY22 on anti-violence efforts for a total of $35.5 million of investment. Over the life of the FY22-FY26 Five Year plan, this is an additional investment of $70 million.
City of Philadelphia Six Year Capital Program for Fiscal
(9 days ago) investing in its physical and technological infrastructure, neighborhood and community facilities, and public buildings. The Capital Program supports the overall goals of the City and is updated annually. Generally, capital funds may be used for items with a useful life of over five years and a …
City of Philadelphia: Funds and Federations
(3 days ago) Below are a list of Funds and Federations. To learn more about the more than 350 individual charities pre-vetted and approved to participate in the Campaign, visit our homepage and click the yellow Charity Search button to search by keyword for your favorite causes.
INVESTING IN OUR FUTURE one page
(8 days ago) investing in our future the mayor's proposal to support an increased investment in our schools would mean a typical homeowner would contribute an additional $104 per year or less than 30 cents per day for public education $104 per year is: less than the cost of one pizza per month soft pretzels a week cheesesteak once a month
The Philadelphia Transit Plan: A Vision for 2045 Office
(1 days ago) Investing in transit creates jobs and reduces congestion Transit is Critical to Tackling Climate Change Every possible trip in the city must shift to public transit, walking, or biking. A Recovered, Reimagined Philadelphia
RECOMMENDED Six Year Capital Program for Fiscal Years 20
(1 days ago) Investing responsibly in Philadelphia’s assets and infrastructure is critical to allowing our City to provide high quality government services to our residents, and to achieving my Administration’s vision of a safe and equitable city. This FY20‐25 Capital Program and Budget recommends some of the largest investments in the City’s
What you need to know about the City’s paid sick leave law
(1 days ago) Learn about the City’s paid sick leave law and pass the information along to your family, friends, and employees or coworkers. The Mayor’s Office of Labor has additional information and resources on this and other worker protection laws.. The City’s paid sick leave law, “Promoting Healthy Families and Workplaces,” has been in effect since August 1, 2015.
City and PIDC Announce Investment to Expand
(3 days ago) PIDC has a longstanding track record of providing access to capital and business support services to minority- and women-owned enterprises, investing nearly $40 million through 192 loans over the last five years, and piloting new programs to support entrepreneurs through in-depth business education, networking, and credit repair.
Controller’s Office Releases Recommendations for American
(4 days ago) Given Philadelphia’s historically high homicide rate, the City should prioritize investing $55 million annually to fund violence intervention programs and support services with a proven track record of success. This investment is significantly higher than the mayor’s proposed funding level for these types of strategies – $45 million
Philadelphia Roadmap to Safer Communities
(2 days ago) Administration is investing in short and long term prevention by: • Continuing in the FY22-FY26 Five Year Plan to make the largest City investments in education – School District of Philadelphia, Community Schools, PHLPreK, Out of School Time and Summer Jobs, Community College of Philadelphia —$1.4 billion over five years.*
PICA Board Approves City’s FY2020-2024 Five-Year Financial
(6 days ago) While investing in the City’s financial future, the Plan also includes expanded support to the School District of Philadelphia, with a $30 million increase in FY2020 as compared to FY2019. Over the life of the Five-Year Plan, the City’s General Fund contribution will be more than $1.2 billion.
Philadelphia joins NRDC Food Matters Regional Initiative
(Just Now) Through Community Compost and Food Waste Reduction (CCFWR) Projects, USDA is investing approximately $1.09 million in 13 pilot projects nationwide that develop and test strategies for planning and implementing municipal compost plans and food waste reduction. These are the first-ever recipients of these grants and cooperative agreements.
Philadelphia Housing Authority
(9 days ago) The administration is focused on investing capital dollars in the current needs of our existing developments. Prior administrations invested capital dollars in new developments - 22 Tax Credit Sites. Tell me more. Capital repair needs are in excess of $25.6 billion across the …
Income tax regulations Department of Revenue City of
(5 days ago) The regulations document puts forth the legal terms of Philadelphia's Wage Tax (employers), Earnings Tax (employees), and Net Profits Tax. A separate amendment explains that the Department of Revenue can sometimes change the rules for which employers have to file and pay income taxes electronically. When changes are made, people who already file the tax will be notified.
Equity and Opportunity for All: Priorities for Mayor
(2 days ago) 3. Investing in the future generation of Philadelphians, and making bold structural changes to break the intergenerational cycle of poverty and improve Philadelphia’s prosperity. Most critically, the Mayor’s commitments are shaped by residents’ priorities. The biannual
Investing in our children with this year’s budget Mayor
(2 days ago) Investing in our children with this year’s budget. May 4, 2018 Harrison Morgan Mayor’s Office of Education, Office of the Mayor. The School District of Philadelphia has made recent gains in key areas including early literacy and graduation rates. While we’re moving in the right direction, that important progress is now threatened by a
COVID-19 pandemic paid sick leave offers new protections
(2 days ago) Philadelphia Worker Relief Fund: Investing in workers who were left behind. October 26, 2020. Post Protection from retaliation: additional workplace safety for Philadelphia workers during COVID-19. July 14, 2020. Top. Search for: Birth, marriage & life events. Business & self-employment.
New community grants support grassroots violence
(3 days ago) The Targeted Community Investment Grant Program is an example of our commitment to investing in community-led programs that are effective and that promote health and social wellness. Apply for the Targeted Community Investment Grant Program.
Moving Philadelphia forward: Our FY22 budget proposal and
(1 days ago) Investing in Quality Education The Five Year Plan calls for a quarter of a billion dollars in the Community College of Philadelphia, with $54 million dedicated to the Octavius Catto Scholarship. This initiative will enable 5,000 first-time, full-time, students to attend college tuition-free, as well as receive food, book and transportation
2021 2022 Serve Philadelphia VISTA Positions
(6 days ago) multi pronged approach—focused on stabilizing households, increasing skills and incomes, and investing in edu-cation— to lift residents out of poverty and to break the cycle for future generations. The work of Serve VISTAs is an important part of moving the …
Consolidated as of January 13, 2017
(Just Now) For example, a fund investing totally in U.S. bonds or Pennsylvania municipal bonds in a given year would generate dividends fully exempt from this tax for that year. If the fund’s income was derived only 78% from such investments in a year, 22% of that year’s dividends would be taxable.
Making Peace through Partnerships Office of Immigrant
(7 days ago) Making Peace through Partnerships. May 19, 2021 Irene Contreras Reyes and Romana Lee-Akiyama Office of Immigrant Affairs. Every June for the last seven years, Philadelphia has stepped in to fully embrace and lift up the immigrant communities …
Spring Garden Street Improvement Project Office of
(2 days ago) Investing in a bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly Spring Garden St. to provide a safe, sustainable link between the Delaware and Schuylkill. Home; Resources; About. The Spring Garden Street Improvement Project is a bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly investment in Philadelphia’s Spring Garden Street. It will provide a safe, strong, and sustainable
Philadelphia Housing Authority
(Just Now) PHA is investing $45 million into its headquarters on Ridge Avenue as a part of the Sharswood/Blumberg Transformation plan. Today was the groundbreaking. Pictured ( L to R) - PHA Board Vice -Chair Herb Wetzel, Rev.Nash, Faith and Deliverance Outreach Ministries, Council President Darrell L. Clarke, President & CEO Kelvin A.Jeremiah, Mayor Jim
Philadelphia Housing Authority
(6 days ago) The rehab of the Blumberg Senior Tower and street construction project formally began with a groundbreaking ceremony just before Christmas. PHA is investing over $36 million for this phase of the Choice Neigh All 94 units at the Blu..
Investing in Educating our Children
(1 days ago) Investing in Educating our Children Would you be willing to invest to help our students succeed? Every dollar counts, together we can better educate our children. median home $200,000 $300,000 +$25 per year + 93% of homeowners will pay less than an additional $28 per month See what the Mayor’s Proposal to support an increased investment in
Progress in fight against poverty: Lower poverty rate
(Just Now) Mayor Kenney and his Administration have invested in a multi-pronged approach—focused on stabilizing households, increasing skills and incomes, and investing in education—to lift residents out of poverty and to break the cycle for future generations.
PHA to Provide Housing for Community College of
(4 days ago) our PhillySEEDS nonprofit, and investing in building and partially funding operations at Vaux High School, PHA has shown the priority position in which it holds education,” Jeremiah said. “This collegiate housing program is intended as yet another hand up to aspiring scholars.” ###
Understanding Predictability Pay under Fair Workweek
(6 days ago) Predictability pay is compensation employers must provide to employees for employer-initiated changes to their posted work schedule. Covered employers are required to post employee schedules 14 days in advance of the workweek. Changes to this posted schedule that come from an employer’s request is an employer-initiated change.
Airport, hotel, and event center employers may be covered
(4 days ago) Philadelphia Worker Relief Fund: Investing in workers who were left behind. October 26, 2020. Post COVID-19 pandemic paid sick leave offers new protections for workers. October 2, 2020. Post Protection from retaliation: additional workplace safety for Philadelphia workers during COVID-19.
Philadelphia Housing Authority
(1 days ago) PHA is investing $23 million in making neighborhood upgrades and in the homes themselves. Thirteen million of those dollars came from private investors via the sale of Low Income Housing Tax Credits. The balance of funding came from public housing funds plus private financing through the Rental Assistance Demonstration Program.