Community resources and intentional partnerships are an important part of the work we do at YEAH Philly. Check them out below.
211 General Resource Directory/Search: https://www.
Youth Arts Self Empowerment Project: http://www.
Youth Sentencing and Reentry Project: https://ysrp.org (
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program: https://www.dhs.pa.
Behavioral Health Crisis Intervention: https://dbhids.
Share Food Finder: https://www.
Covid 19 Emergency Rental Assistance: https://
Free Legal Assistance: https://clsphila.
Village of Arts and Humanities: https://
Work Ready Employment: https://www.
Fab Youth Philly: https://www.
Youth Work Permit Process: https://www.philasd.
Uplift Center for Grieving Children: http://upliftphilly.
For additional resources, Our Digital Resource Guide is Coming Soon
Our Partners & Funders
The PSPCA rescues animals from cruelty and neglect, rehabilitates them medically and behaviorally, and places them with new, loving families. We bring our mission to life through the lifesaving efforts of our Humane Law Enforcement division, in-house Shelter Hospital, low-cost veterinary services, behavior and enrichment program, humane education, and placement of abandoned animals in loving forever homes.
Philadelphia Works, Inc. develops and manages smart workforce solutions that respond to business needs and increase economic opportunity for all Philadelphia residents.
The Independence Foundation is a private, not-for-profit philanthropic organization serving Philadelphia and its surrounding Pennsylvania counties.
A partner for the West/Southwest Employment Tour where they work together to employ young people at their site and help them get trained as electricians.
Beyond The Bars is a 501(c)3 student-driven music and career skills program that is dedicated to interrupting the cycles of violence and incarceration while helping our students recognize their immense potential and bright futures.
Giving primarily for higher education, the arts, and to Jewish organizations.
Share Food Program leads the fight against food insecurity in the Philadelphia region, by serving an expansive, quality partner network of community-based organizations and school districts engaged in food distribution, education and advocacy.
A partner for our employment program called the West/Southwest Employment Tour. They support and pay for young people to get trained as electricians through TAIA School.
A Social, Racial, and Economic Justice Funder
Rooted in Philadelphia, Spring Point Partners champions community-driven change and promotes justice by investing in transformational leaders, networks and solutions.
The Local has a storied history within North-America's largest and most powerful Union -- the International Brotherhood of Teamsters
“In Memory of Arthur” (IMOA) is a community initiative designed to make a positive change in Philadelphia by investing in some of its most impactful non-profit organizations. Embiid and his team contributed to the IMOA initiative with a $1 Million grant shared among five organizations, including YEAH Philly.
The Barra Foundation invests in innovation to inspire change that strengthens communities in the Greater Philadelphia region.