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"Donor Strategies to Prevent Childhood Obesity: Lessons from the Greater Philadelphia Region" identifies three key strategies for funders who seek to impact childhood obesity: Start early Increase access to healthy foods and opportunities for physical activity Enable healthy choices in both eating...
The Food Funders, an affinity group of Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia (formerly Delaware Valley Grantmakers) formed in 2009 to share knowledge, learn collectively and collaborate on issues related to food and the food system in the Delaware Valley. Five years later, the Food Funders...
Low-income adults in their fifties have become especially vulnerable to maintaining food security. The economy has pushed the unemployment and under-employment rates for this group to high levels. Most are not yet eligible for Social Security and Medicare, and do not meet requirements for other...
Report shows that expanding Medicaid in PA would increase economic activity and result in fiscal savings.
Nearly 1.6 million Pennsylvania residents struggle to put food on their table each year.
Nearly 70% of individuals turning 65 in 2012 are expected to need long-term care services at some point in their lives - for an average of three years.
The foundation commissioned The Food Trust to conduct research into the safety net system that exist for those suffering from hunger in Montgomery County.
Your Way Home Montgomery County provides a roadmap to prevent and end homelessness in the county in the next decade.
Data point to several public health problems that exist in the community.
PathwaysPA, , in collaboration with The Center for Women’s Welfare, biennially publishes the Self-Sufficiency Standard for Pennsylvania.