The world is facing its greatest refugee crisis since World War II, with over 65 million people displaced by war and persecution. According to the International Rescue Committee, one out of every 122 people in the world has been displaced from his or her home. Refugees who are resettled in the United States come from […]
Buy your collectible stainless steel cup for just $10 and make it back in a couple trips to the bar. Use your cup at Cresheim Valley Grain Exchange, Earth Bread + Brewery, and McMenamin's Tavern for beer specials every Tuesday evening at Supper Sessions.
With the support of Wells Fargo Regional Foundation, Mt. Airy USA led a coalition of neighborhood organizations and local residents to bring forth a 10-year action plan for the neighborhood, with six key focus areas.
Mount Airy or Mt. Airy? Why choose when you can have both? This new t-shirt features the best of both worlds, as seen on signs across the neighborhood. Form fitting and ultra comfortable, these Next Level (brand) t-shirts are available in navy blue, charcoal gray, and forest green.
Lovett Memorial Library is unique in Philadelphia's system for its adjacent one-acre park space. After an 18-month closure for renovation, both the library and park will reopen better than ever. Help us program the park space!
A cornerstone of the organization, Mt. Airy USA’s Housing Counseling Program seeks to strengthen and empower neighborhoods by shaping long-term, successful homeowners.
Mt. Airy USA has a long-standing commitment to the revitalization of the Germantown Avenue corridor and supporting small business throughout the Mt. Airy neighborhood.
Grab your laptop and join us at Mt. Airy's first and only coworking space. Share space and ideas with like-minded locals.
Mt. Airy USA undertakes real estate development projects that turn blighted and underutilized sections of Mt. Airy into vibrant and thriving community assets.
The Mt. Airy Schools Coalition is a joint effort of Mt. Airy USA, East Mt. Airy Neighbors, and West Mt. Airy Neighbors to promote and support neighborhood public schools through community partnerships.
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