WEST CHESTER — “Change begins with us,” Kia Butler said after receiving the 2016 Drum Major for the Justice Award at the Martin Luther King Celebration brunch at West Chester University’s Sykes Student Union on Thursday, January 21, 2016.
By Dan Geringer – Originally published on the cover of the Philadelphia Daily News on February 6, 2016. Click here to view the article on philly.com.
THE ANCIENT oil-burning boiler at Northern Children’s Services in Wissahickon broke down two days before last month’s winter storm, sending temperatures plunging into the 30s inside three buildings on the Ridge Avenue campus. (more…)
By Cydney Long – Originally published on the NBC 10 evening news on January 29, 2016. Click here to view the news clip.
A broken boiler at Northern Children’s Services, which serves children and women in need, has left some in the cold in Roxborough. NBC10’s Cydney Long reports with the impact this broke boiler is having. (more…)
By Eric Fitzsimmons – Originally published in the Roxborough Review on February 3, 2016. Read the online article here.
WISSAHICKON >> A boiler heating three of the eight buildings at Northern Children’s Services broke down again, and for the last time, in January, leaving the organization to start a GoFundMe page to raise money to replace the boiler and restore heat to the campus. (more…)