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Brandywine ZooThe Brandywine Zoo is located in Wilmington, Delaware. The Zoo grounds cover thirteen acres in Brandywine Park, along the Brandywine River. Home to over one hundred animals, the Zoo is open year round. The Brandywine Zoo is an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).
Broad Street MinistryBroad Street Ministry is a community of faith that extends hospitality and works tirelessly for a more just and compassionate city. Breaking Bread, a meal of radical hospitality, is our core program. During each meal various social services are provided to hundreds of vulnerable guests.
Campaign for Working FamiliesOrganized in 2003, CWF seeks practical ways to improve the economic status of individuals and working families so that they can increase their income, wisely manage their finances, build assets and protect themselves from expensive financial services.
Camp DreamcatcherCamp Dreamcatcher is a therapeutic camp for children ages 5-17 who are infected and/or affected by HIV/AIDS. Our largest event is a week long camp session at the end of August in which campers can have fun and share their stories in a warm and welcoming environment.
CASA Youth AdvocatesVolunteer opportunity helping represent the best interests of abused and neglected children in dependency court proceedings. Volunteers are provided initial training and ongoing support by staff and continuing education opportunities.Time commitment is 10-15 hours a month with flexible hours.
CASA Youth Advocates, Inc.CASA Youth Advocates pairs highly trained community volunteers with children in the child welfare system to serve as advocates for the child's best interest. With the support of professional staff supervisors, CASAs help the courts and service providers make better decisions in complex situations.
CASA Youth Advocates of Chester and Delaware CountiesCASA recruits, trains, and supervises volunteers from the community who are appointed by the court to advocate for the best interests of children and youth who have experienced abuse and neglect and are involved in the Dependency Court system in Chester and Delaware Counties.
Center for Environmental Transformation (CFET)CFET is a non-profit organization dedicated to environmental transformation for the neighborhoods of Camden, NJ. In partnership with our neighbors, we seek to educate people into a more environmentally responsible way of living on our planet and sponsor local solutions to environmental challenges.
Chester Arts AliveChester Arts Alive! (CAA) is organization that promotes arts and cultural experiences for Chester Residents. We facilitate this through events, funding, collaborations, and programming.
Chester Community Improvement Project (CCIP)CCIP is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization based in the City of Chester; established in 1978 by a group of Swarthmore College students, community residents, and ministers to combat dumpsites housed in the City of Chester. CCIP currently focus on rehabilitating Chester’s abandoned housing stock.