A Front Row Seat to Learning works with LaSalle College High School and Mount St. Joseph Academy to provide scholarships for high performing students from underserved communities to attend private high school. Additionally, the program provides financial support to ease the transition from middle school to high school for the graduates of LaSalle Academy.
The Institute for Forgiveness and Reconciliation at Chestnut Hill College seeks to promote a cultural shift from a society dominated by fear, violence, and retaliation to one grounded in trust, forgiveness and reconciliation (restorative justice) in order to build a safer and more just world. Its way forward is marked by two clear, objective components: 1) greater self-awareness and behavioral change through education and skill development; 2) networking with and service to the wider community to help heal the divisions that hurt and harm families, neighborhoods, and society.
UpLift Solutions re-entry workforce program provides on-the-job training and soft skill development to prepare re-entering citizens for employment in the Greater Philadelphia region. The current cohorts are hired by Brown’s Supermarket, however, the program is actively pursuing partnerships with other companies to identify additional workforce pipelines.
The Prostate Cancer Foundation’s Young Investigator Awards invests into future research leaders committed to advancing cancer research and exploring new ways to mitigate the impact of prostate cancer. The Nerney Family Foundation has also funded Bryn Mawr Hospital, Breastcancer.org, and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, with the goal of improving health outcomes in the local community, and providing seed funding for innovative initiatives within those organizations.