Spring brought a wave of exciting coverage for our clients. Check out some of our recent media hits featured in 6abc, Philadelphia Business Journal, The Philadelphia Inquirer and more below!
Firstrust Bank and the Green Family Foundation awarded 24 high school seniors from the Greater Philadelphia and Lehigh Valley region scholarships as part of the 54th Annual Samuel A. Green Scholarship Program. The scholarships will support the first two years of their college education. Check out the coverage earned across the region in Main Line Times, Daily Local, Bucksco.Today, South Philly Review and Delaware’s Town Square Live.
The Mann Center
The Mann Center has an exciting lineup of classical performances throughout the summer. Check out the Philadelphia Inquirer’s article detailing several upcoming events.
In late May, the Mann Center hosted the first-ever HBCU festival. Catch the event highlights covered by CBS 3.
Reach Cyber Charter School
A 16-year-old student at Reach Cyber Charter School earned a license to pilot drones through a course offered as part of Reach Cyber’s Career Readiness Program. Learn more about her flight path to success in The Sentinel.
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army Allentown Corps recently hosted an event called “Sun’s Out, Fun’s Out” to prepare children for the summer season. In collaboration with Toys for Tots and other nonprofit organizations, volunteers distributed complimentary outdoor toys to kids and their families. Watch the coverage by 69 News WFMZ.
Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary
During the 2023 Concursus, the Archbishop of Philadelphia and the Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary board of trustees awarded Philadelphia native Helen M. Alvaré an honorary degree. Watch NBC 10’s story here.
St. Hubert Catholic High School
The Archbishop’s Commission on Racial Healing and the Office for Catholic Education premiered a film at St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls that emphasizes the mortal sin of racism, the importance of racial harmony and respect for every person. Watch on 6 ABC.
Woods is expanding access to its healthcare centers in Bucks County. Previously available only to clients, these centers will now be open to all community members. This expansion is being overseen by Woods Healthcare, a new division of Woods, which aims to provide outpatient health and behavioral care for children, adolescents, and adults in the community who have intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism, and emotional and behavioral challenges. Read more in the Philadelphia Business Journal.
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