Every person has the ability to define and achieve their own measure of success.
Prosperity is possible for all Philadelphians. Join Episcopal Community Services on Economic Independence Day to learn how collaborative efforts help individuals and families move out of poverty and achieve economic independence.
In a lively panel discussion, experts will delve into the fundamental pillars of life that promote prosperity: Family Stability; Well Being; Education and Training; Financial Management; and Employment and Career Management.
Find out what ECS and other service providers are doing to challenge poverty. Click here to RSVP.
Thursday, May 16; 5:30-8:00pm
Episcopal Community Services
225 S. 3rd Street, Philadelphia
Erin Ellis | Philadelphia Federal Credit Union
Liz Hersh | Office of Homeless Services
Meg Shope Koppel, PhD | Philadelphia Works
Shirley Moy | North Philadelphia Workforce Initiative
Orfelina Feliz Payne | Community Behavioral Health
David Thomas, PhD | Community College of Philadelphia
Stephanie Korber | Episcopal Community Services