All Places

  • Culture Works

    We are a platform for sharing space, technology, and expert human resources—“rented” out in different packages and portions—much like a co-op. We raise philanthropic funds only for true capital investment in the development of new programs or services, not ongoing operations. Our four programs—Prep, Cowork, Venture, and Trust—all support themselves individually read more

  • Cedar Works

    The Cedar Works is a 15,000 square foot reclaimed warehouse, located in the Cedar Park neighborhood of West Philadelphia, that has been renovated into a community-oriented work and meeting space.  The Cedar Works is home to 22 artist workspaces and professional offices. The community meeting space is a multi-use room fitted to read more

  • Partners for Sacred Places

    Partners for Sacred Places brings together a national network of expert professionals who understand the value of a congregation’s architectural assets, its worth as a faith community, and the significance of its service to the community at large. With a national presence and offices in Philadelphia, Chicago, and Dallas/Fort Worth, Partners read more

  • Friends Center

    Since 1856 Friends Center has been a gathering place for community groups.  With its LEED Platinum green renovation and modern video and teleconferencing facilities, it is historic and up to date—and ready for your use.   Friends Center is easy to reach by public transit and by automobile. Our facility read more

  • Studio 34

    Since 2008, we’ve hosted concerts, dance performances, theatre, art openings, fundraisers, dance parties, book signings, seminars, workshops — and the list goes on. We’ve seen creative and passionate people transform our space into everything from a cozy listening room to a spectacular drag show. Have a performance or project in read more

  • A-Space Anarchist Community Center

    The A-Space anarchist social center is a store-front space that aims to facilitate anti-authoritarian social struggle as well as provide space for cultural events. We want to create a place for face-to-face interactions to take place beyond and against the systems that keeps us separated, whether through art, organizing, food, read more

  • LAVA Space

    LAVA, the Lancaster AVenue Autonomous space is a center for radical media and organizing located at 4134 Lancaster Avenue in the Belmont neighborhood of West Philadelphia. The LAVA collective’s mission is to create an empowering and welcoming physical space where diverse communities converge to build connections and break down barriers, read more

  • Itinerant Ink

    Mytili Jagannathan is a versatile writer, strategic thinker, and educator with over a decade of experience in successful fundraising strategy, strategic planning, grant writing and marketing communications in the nonprofit and business sectors. She has marshaled her persuasive skills on behalf of organizations in the arts, youth development, education, health read more

  • Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia

    Since 1969 the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia has been the law firm to which individuals and organizations turn to address laws, policies and practices that perpetuate discrimination, inequality and poverty. We were founded as one of the original Lawyers Committees for Civil Rights Under Law in the midst of read more