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Project SHINE at the Intergenerational Center

Philadelphia, PA | http://www.projectshine.org/
Joined in October 2011

About Us

Changing demographic, economic, social and political factors make it imperative to integrate limited English-speaking immigrants into our communities. Opportunities to learn English and contribute to society are key strategies for fostering integration. Through Project SHINE, our work focuses on helping immigrant elders prepare for citizenship, work, acquire health literacy skills, and engage in meaningful civic roles.

At the heart and soul of SHINE, is the belief that communities of all ages and cultures where all members engage in meaningful roles that contribute to the growth, knowledge and wisdom of each member are strong, healthy and sustainable communities.

Changing demographic, economic, social and political factors make it imperative to integrate limited English-speaking immigrants into our communities. Opportunities to learn English and contribute to society are key strategies for…

Issue Areas Include

  • Civic Engagement
  • Community Development
  • Education
  • Immigrants or Refugees
  • Volunteering

Location

  • 1700 N. Broad Street
    Suite 412
    Philadelphia, PA 19122

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