The Puerto Rican Day parade steps off along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway on Sunday. The traditional music and dance plus the vibrant costumes make the parade something to see.
The Esperanza Family is honored to welcome Dr. Jon Marsh as Senior Vice President and CEO of Esperanza Cyber Charter School. Dr. Jon Marsh comes to Esperanza with over 18 years of charter school leadership experience. He served eleven of those years, as Chief Executive Officer of the highest performing cyber school in the Commonwealth….
The Esperanza Family is proud to welcome Ms. Marilyn Marsh as Executive Dean of Esperanza College of Eastern University (ECEU). Ms. Marilyn Marsh comes to ECEU from Publicis Healthcare Solutions, where she served as National Sales Director. In that role, she was recognized as one of the top 100 women in her industry globally. Ms….
Trees aren’t generally controversial. They usually look nice, they provide shade and improve the air and water quality. Scientists say they even make people happier. But when it comes to planting a tree on the street, many Philadelphians say — nuh-uh, not in my sidewalk.
Philly’s low-income neighborhoods have fewer trees and the city’s free tree program isn’t helping – PlanPhilly; July 24, 2019
Places like the 2100 block of Spruce Street are about as wealthy and as leafy as they get in inner-city Philadelphia. The multi-million dollar brownstones here are shaded by a canopy of more than a dozen street trees, from narrow Ginkgos to mature Buttonwoods.
The first group of Amazon Future Engineer graduating high school seniors celebrate with Amazon employees across the country.
Esperanza accomplished all this and so much more over our 2018-2019 program year thanks to YOUR help. You spread hope through your generosity, kindness, and belief in our shared community. Make one last gift today before the close of our year on June 30. Your support of Esperanza means more high school graduations, new U.S. citizens, families…
By Daniella Hobbs Esperanza College’s annual event shares the wonder of science with community children.
The Wawa Foundation continues its commitment to local organizations with the return of one of its biggest community grants. The third annual Wawa Foundation Hero Award is down to four finalists, and voting is open to the public through June 14. One of the four organizations will receive a $50,000 grant courtesy of The Wawa…
An important part of the long-term mission of The Philanthropy Roundtable is cataloging and celebrating America’s crucial institutions of civil society. These entities don’t wield government’s coercive authority. Nor are they fueled by the profit incentives of the commercial sector.