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This is the rescheduled NAC Meeting from 1/8 - please join us on Monday, January 15!
South Kensington neighbors are invited to attend the first NAC meeting of 2018! Community members can join this open meeting to learn more about SKCP, this month's upcoming service area briefing, and other projects in the neighborhood. Contact Ellie with questions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Neighborhood Advisory Committee Meeting
Monday, January 15
6:30 - 8:00 pm
1301 N 2nd Street
- Recycle your Christmas Tree with the Streets Department
- Saturday, January 6 & 14
- 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
- American & Thompson Streets
- Find other locations through the Streets Department.
- Recycling Bins available for neighbors at SKCP office
- Available on first-come first-served basis!
- Stop by during office hours, or call ahead to see if they're still available.
- Learn more about Philacycle Rewards here.
Our tireless volunteers are the heart of South Kensington Community Partners. They generously give their time and energy to preserve and strengthen the diverse and dynamic community that we all cherish. Your contribution will help support the investments we make together in this neighborhood.
Thank you for the generosity of those who have already donated - we have raised over $2,000 so far!
Please help us meet our $10,000 goal.
Join us for the December Community Zoning Meeting on Wednesday, December 20. Residents, business owners, and property owners can vote on proposed projects.
All year long, our tireless volunteers, staff, and board members work around the clock to assist low-income families, tend and preserve our green spaces, host community events, plant trees, clean vacant lots, and bring the community voice to neighborhood development.
Next year, we plan to reach even more community residents and expand our programs with your generous donations.
During this season of giving, please consider making a donation to do good in your home community by supporting South Kensington Community Partners. Click here to donate today.
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
Click here to learn how to apply for LIHEAP, or visit South Kensington Community Partners for assistance with your application.