Bridging the Gaps
Bridging the Gaps links the training of health and social service professionals with the provision of health-related services for underserved and economically disadvantaged populations through a summer internship program.
Bright Horizons provides funding for Bright Spaces, our engaging preschool play space that fosters emotional, physical and social development of young children.
BuildaBridge delivers life skills training, artistic educational experiences, and therapeutic intervention to our youth through the arts including music, drama, dance, creative writing, and the visual arts.
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia: Homeless Health Initiative
HHI provides monthly medical and dental health checks for our youth as well as workshops for our moms on topics such as maternal health and asthma education.
Community Legal Services
Community Legal Services offers workshops and legal advice on topics such as TANF and family reunification; also provides ongoing trainings for staff on providing services to homeless infants and toddlers.
Girls Leadership Camp
Girls Leadership Camp offers an affordable summer residential camp experience for young girls founded on the values of respect, diversity, and collaboration.
Homeless Advocacy Project
The Homeless Advocacy Project provides on-site free legal clinics for families in need of legal assistance regarding issues such as housing rights, SSI, and welfare.
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Nurses from the University of Pennsylvania Hospital facilitate weekly Healthy Habits workshops for mothers on topics such as healthy eating, prenatal care, and exercise.
Learn more about benefits for landlords who help end homelessness in their community. Jane Addams Place is looking for landlords to connect with our clients and housing programs. Tenants may be eligible for rental assistance and other supportive services. Landlords can save money on marketing their units, as we have a list of individuals ready to move. Landlords can reduce vacancies and support their community by engaging with us! Learn more.
Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania
The Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania offers Parenting Plus, a class designed specifically for homeless mothers.
Neighborhood Bike Works
Neighborhood Bike Works hosts a summer camp involving bike repair and maintenance, riding safety, and bike handling skills. Participants build and keep a bicycle upon completion of the class.
Philadelphia Museum of Art
The museum provides 12-week art-making workshops facilitated by local artists as well as field trips for families to community events at the museum.
Philadelphia School District: Homeless Children’s Initiative
The Initiative supplies uniforms, transportation, and school-based support to students.
Public Health Management Corporation
The Public Health Management Corporation provides early childhood assessments and referrals to early intervention services through ChildLink. The Homeless Teen Education Project provides homeless teens with tutoring, mentoring, and educational case management services.
Rubye’s Kids hosts quarterly Birthday Parties and an Annual Christmas party for Jane Addams children. In addition, Rubye’s Kids built an on-site library with age-appropriate books and computer stations.
Schools of Social Work – Penn, Temple and Bryn Mawr
Year long Masters of Social Work interns from Penn, Temple and Bryn Mawr provide case management.
Third Federal Bank
Third Federal Bank provides training and fiscal support to “All About the Benjamins,” our financial literacy class.