on 12 January 2016

A special thank you to the 175 churches, schools, corporations and volunteer groups who donated their time, wrapping paper, money and gifts to the 2015 Brighter Holidays program. 

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on 17 December 2015

In this article from Aljazeera America, Philly native Laura Rena Murray talks about her experience as a homeless youth. The article includes insights from Turning Points for Children's own David Fair on the challenge of providing support for youth in our city.

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on 15 December 2015

The Philadelphia Inquirer writes about a mother helped by Turning Points for Children. 

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on 29 September 2015

NEWS RELEASE - September 21, 2015

PHMC's affiliate, The Bridge and its program The Villa, realigns as an affiliate of Turning Points for Children to offer more integrated services.

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on 29 September 2015

As we approach the beginning of yet another month, the Pennsylvania Legislature has so far failed to pass a budget. As a result, many nonprofits across the state find themselves in a challenging situation. This standstill is already having long-term implications for our communities and the Commonwealth's human-serving sector.

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on 29 September 2015

There are more than 7 million children in the U.S. living in homes where grandparents or other relatives are the head of house, according to AARP. In Pennsylvania, more than 81,000 children live in homes where grandparents or other caregivers are responsible for them. In sections of Philadelphia, one-in-five children age 17 and under are being raised by grandparents.

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