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Papers of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity...

Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity

Papers of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity...

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Published by [The Society] in Philadelphia, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Charities

  • Edition Notes

    Photocopy : Philadelphia, PA : University of Pennsylvania Libraries, 1985.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25479115M

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    It presents a novel dynamic of civil society contention - mobilizing without the masses - that lowers the risk of activism under duress. Instead of facilitating collective action, activists coach the aggrieved to challenge authorities one by one. In doing so, they lower the risks of organizing Cited by: The Old First Reformed Church of Philadelphia was founded as the German Reformed Church of Philadelphia in Its records document over two hundred years of one of Philadelphia's oldest congregations. The collection includes administrative, financial, .

    Nonprofit Organization: A nonprofit organization is a business granted tax-exempt status by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Donations made to a nonprofit organization are typically tax Author: Will Kenton.   W.F. Persons, superintendent of the New York Charity Organization Society, or COS, wrote to Meyer that, after reviewing some letters, he found they “were written obviously for .


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Charity Organization of New York City: A Brief History. Editor’s Note: This entry is composed of transcribed pages from two documents, both produced by the Charity Organization Society of New York City. The primary source is the “History,” written by Lilian Brandt for the organization’s 25 th Anniversary in The second source is from “A Reference Book of Social Service In or.

This book examines the work of early-twentieth century charity organizations, in particular those in urban environments. Mary E. Richmond was the author of “Friendly Visiting Among the Poor,” general secretary of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity. PORTER R. LEE was general secretary of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity.

Southwark Soup Society Records, 4 vols., 1 folder, 1 box, lin. feet Collection Abstract Founded inthe Southwark Soup Society was the first soup society established in Philadelphia. The society provided soup and bread to needy citizens of the Southwark section of the city during the winter months.

/s/ Porter R. Lee, 13 MarchPhiladelphia Society for Organizing Charity. In the years following the School enjoyed a burst of intellectual innovation, as the faculty and administration worked together to experiment with, revise and strengthen the curriculum and indeed, the entire program.

Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries" Journal of Prison Discipline and Philanthropy April; October; January, April, July. - 2 Folders Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Papers & Annual Reports [bound] Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Annual Reports, ; Philadelphia.

He wrote many articles in local Philadelphia newspapers expressing the need for better, more organized charitable groups. After practicing medicine in Philadelphia for a number of years he joined the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity and became their general secretary.

He served in. Papers of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, in Compilation of Published Sources Papers of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Collection. Title: Cornelia Hancock papers Creator: Jaquette, Henrietta Stratton, b.

founded the Society for Organizing Charity (later the Family Society of Philadelphia). Hancock's other charitable work includes the founding, inof the Children's Aid Society and Bureau of Information (later the Children's Aid Society of Philadelphia), and.

In Ames founded the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity. Children’s Aid Society and Bureau of Information. InAmes founded the Children’s Aid Society and Bureau of Information, an organization that worked for the removal of children from almshouses and their relocation to homes, especially those in the country, which she Born: JCanandaigua, New York.

The Monthly register of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity. Record Source: Charities Pennsylvania Philadelphia Periodicals Book Electronic Serial 10 Journal 8 Manuscript 5.

Era. 1 Cornelia Hancock Papers, where she and Dr. Henry Child, her brother-inlaw, founded the Society for Organizing Charity (later the Family Society of Philadelphia). Hancock's other charitable work includes the founding, inof the Children's Aid Society and Bureau of Information (later the Children's Aid Society of Philadelphia.

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Richmond, one of social work's most influential lodestars, wrote this book in when she was director of the Charity Organization Department at the Russell Sage Foundation. Prior to this post, Richmond worked at the Baltimore Charity Organization Society and Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, where she helped lay the foundation for.

As the founder and secretary of Philadelphia's earliest women's philanthropic organizations, Rebecca Gratz helped define a new identity for American women.

She devoted her adult life to providing relief for Philadelphia's underprivileged women and children and securing religious, moral and material sustenance for all of Philadelphia's Jews. Getting familiar with the key documents for your nonprofit corporation can be tedious, but it's essential -- these documents contain important rules about how you must operate your nonprofit.

And, if you dont keep proper records, you could lose your corporate or tax-exempt a primer on the most essential documents of a nonprofit corporation: articles of incorporation, bylaws, and. A visit to England had led Cornelia Hancock to turn her attention north, to the plight of the poor in Philadelphia.

She worked with her brother-in-law Henry T. Child to found the Society for Organizing Charity (later, the Family Society of Philadelphia). She also was a founder of the Children's Aid Society. Rebecca Gratz believed that with an “unsubdued spirit” she could overcome all of life’s difficulties.

A pioneer Jewish charitable worker and religious educator, Gratz established and led America’s first independent Jewish women’s charitable society, the first Jewish Sunday school, the Philadelphia Orphan Asylum, and the first Jewish Foster Home in Philadelphia. Also inher first book, Friendly Visiting Among the Poor, which described effective techniques for friendly visitors, was published and well received.

Innoting that the BCOS seemed to be on stable financial and administrative footing, Richmond accepted an offer to become general secretary of Philadelphia's Charity Organization Society.

The papers include minutes from the Ladies Hebrew Charity Association,and brochures, invitations, programs, and newspaper clippings from the American Red Cross, B’nai B’rith Youth Organization, Junior Mayfair Club, and the Know Your Neighbor Club.

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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Gina Kolata (Author)Cited by: Personal and professional correspondence of the chemist Robert Hare, including drafts of letters to editors of journals on such varied topics as fish guano, slaughterhouses, paper money, and the meaning of the term "Yankee annexations." The collection originally contained over scrolls, since disbound, which contained drafts of letters, essays, and lectures, composed by Hare on ordinary.Born in Philadelphia inElias Boudinot served as a New Jersey delegate to the Continental Congress in and again in as well as a orderly book from the Siege of Quebec and papers relating to Shays' Rebellion.

Papers in this section relate to the Society for the Employment and Relief for Poor Women, a New.