For D+P, warmer weather means more client events, and that sure was the case this week (June 6 – 10). We’re happy to share the good news from our clients that was published in The Philadelphia Inquirer, 6ABC, Lancaster Online, PennLive and more.
The Circuit Trails
The Philadelphia Inquirer shared that the William Penn Foundation donated nearly $6 million to expand and improve The Circuit Trails. You can read more here.
Reach Cyber Charter School
Lancaster Online and Penn Live captured pictures of Reach Cyber Charter School’s graduation on June 9, where more than 630 students were recognized for their academic accomplishments at an in-person ceremony that brought together some of Reach Cyber’s students and families from across Pennsylvania for the first time. Check out Lancaster Online’s gallery here and photos from Penn Live here.
Delaware Online covered our client Gaudenzia, which is opening its first in-patient substance use treatment facility for pregnant and parenting women this summer. Read more about the facility and its upcoming opening here.
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army Greater Philadelphia accepting a $25,000 donation from UPS, which will benefit its New Day Drop-in Center in Kensington, Philadelphia. The center provides food, clothing, and hygiene support, as well as counseling services, for survivors of sex and labor trafficking. Watch 6ABC’s clip here.
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