The Non-Profit Organizations to which We Donate
Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment
The Child and Adolescent division of the Belmont Center received donations from Warming Philly in 2013.
A non-profit psychiatric facility, providing quality behavioral health care to children and adolescents between the ages of 5 and 17 in crisis.
The Belmont Center is located in Philadelphia, PA
Bible Way Baptist Church
Bibleway Baptist received donations from Warming Philly in 2013.
Colonial Neighborhood Council
CNC received donations from Warming Philly in 2012, 2013, and 2014.
A local charitable organization that operates a thrift store where donations received from WP will be sold for a modest price (i.e. 10 cents per shirt).
CNC is headquartered in Conshohocken, PA.
Coordinated Homeless Outreach Center
CHOC received donations from Warming Philly in 2013 and 2014.
According to CHOC's website, "The Coordinated Homeless Outreach Center (CHOC) of Montgomery County, PA is a partnership between Montgomery County’s Office of Behavioral Health and Resources for Human Development (RHD). The CHOC serves homeless individuals that reside throughout Montgomery County, PA regardless of race, gender, national origin, religious affiliation, or sexual orientation."
CHOC is located in Norristown, PA
Epic Church received donations from Warming Philly in 2013 and 2014.
Epic Church has a fantastic outreach program in which members of the church travel into Center City, Philadelphia to distribute blankets and clothing to people in need.
Epic Church has 3 locations: Manayunk, Philadelphia, PA; Roxborough, Philadelphia, PA; and Center City, Philadelphia, PA.
Hawthorne Cultural Center
Hawthorne Cultural Center received donations from Warming Philly in 2014.
Located at the corner of 12th St and Carpenter St, the Hawthorne Cultural Center is a City Recreation Center specializing in art, dance, theater and other cultural programs in addition to a broad range of activities for adults and children.
Hawthorne Cultural Center is located in Philadelphia, PA.
Philadelphia Access Center
PAC received donations from Warming Philly in 2014.
PAC is "a Christian non-profit organization specializing in social services, biblical counseling, and community outreach."
Philadelphia Brotherhood Rescue Mission
PBRM received donations from Warming Philly in 2013.
According to the PBRM website, "The Philadelphia Brotherhood Rescue Mission has been helping the homeless and rebuilding lives since 1908. Dr. Russell Conwell of Temple University was one of the founding fathers of the Philadelphia Brotherhood Rescue Mission; formally known as the Temple Brotherhood Psycho-Therapeutic Institute. As Pastor of the Baptist Temple, Dr. Conwell saw the need to help men who were migrating to the Philadelphia area who were in need of food and shelter. To answer the need, Dr. Conwell started the Mission which became incorporated in January of 1908. From the 1908 to the 1980’s the Mission operated as an emergency shelter for the homeless; providing food, clothing and shelter to those entering the doors. In addition, during the 1970’s the Mission also operated CAMP SANKANAC, a youth summer camp under the leadership of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph J. Yeske. In the late 1980’s the Mission was seeing an overwhelming amount of men dealing with drug and alcohol addiction. To date, the Mission is still helping those overcome drug and alcohol addiction & homelessness to become self-sufficient and go on to live joyful and abundant lives."
Philadelphia Nursing Home
PNH received donations from Warming Philly in 2014.
According to the PNH website: "The Philadelphia Nursing Home (PNH) cares for a broad range of adults (18 and over) with diverse needs. Our staff works closely with families, hospital discharge planners and community agencies to quickly admit residents and return them to the community if and when they are ready. Other residents make PNH their permanent home. At all times, we promote a climate of safety, compassion and respect while providing quality care that preserves our residents’ sense of freedom, identity and independence. Our dedicated staff creates a comfortable, friendly environment and always treats residents with kindness and respect. PNH is certified for participation in the Medicare and Medicaid programs and licensed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the Department of Health. The home is owned by the City of Philadelphia and managed by Fairmount Long Term Care."
St. Francis Inn Ministries
St. Francis Inn Ministries received donations from Warming Philly in 2011.
"We are a Franciscan, Eucharistic community called to minister with the poor and homeless of Philadelphia. Formed in the spirit of the Gospel and inspired by the life and compassion of Francis and Clare of Assisi, we try to meet the immediate daily needs of the people we serve with food, clothing and hospitality.
Furthermore, we empower persons to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty and address structural injustices. We seek to build relationships with those that we serve by respecting their human dignity and by helping them to restore hope in their lives, and by living simply among them.”
St. Francis Inn Ministries is located in Philadelphia, PA.
United Communities Southeast Philadelphia
UCSEP received donations from Warming Philly in 2013.
Y-HEP received donations from Warming Philly in 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014.
From the Y-HEP website:
initiative takes our outreach a step further by linking Philadelphia's most
vulnerable adolescents to the health and social services they desperately need
and by helping to improve the quality of services available to these youth by
providing a safe space where young people are treated with respect and dignity.
Y-HEP's Drop-in Center is a safe non-judgmental space where youth and young
adults can access services, take showers, participate in activities like yoga,
art, movies, take classes in dance and spoken-word, get food, tokens, clothes
or just relax. Our team works intensively with the city's hardest-to-reach
youth to help them overcome the obstacles that affect their willingness and
ability to access services. All Drop-in Center's services are free and
confidential. For more information about the Drop-in Center or to make clothes
and other in-kind donations call Tiffany at ext. 322.”
Y-HEP is located in Philadelphia, PA.