Our Clients in the News
We are very proud to include among our clients:
AIDS Fund · Barnes Foundation · Broad Street Ministry · The Career Wardrobe · CultureWorks · Delaware River Waterfront Corporation · Einstein Health System · Elfreth’s Alley Association · Eastern State Penitentiary · Fairmount Park Conservancy · Franklin Square · Free Library of Philadelphia · Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance · Historic Philadelphia, Inc. · Independence National Historical Park · Inglis House · InterAct Theatre Company · Japan America Society of Greater Philadelphia · Living Beyond Breast Cancer · Mural Arts Philadelphia · National Constitution Center · Natural Lands · Once Upon A Nation · Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau · Philadelphia Futures · Philadelphia VIP · Prevention Point Philadelphia · Rebuilding Together Philadelphia · Shofuso Japanese House and Garden · Wilma Theater · WOMEN’S WAY
Prevention Point Philadelphia staff have encouraged their participants with opioid use disorder to receive once-a-month injections called Sublocade. The treatments are having a profound effect on many lives, including Kali, featured in this beautiful story from NBC News.
AIDS Fund’s GayBINGO with drag queen Stella D’Oro highlighted in the Philadelphia Inquirer
The New York Times spent time with Prevention Point Philadelphia to learn all about a veterinary tranquilizer called xylazine infiltrating the street drug supply.
Prevention Point Philadelphia said it collected more used syringes than clean ones distributed in the past 12 months, highlighting the increasing drug consumption following the pandemic.
“The redesign of FDR Park is the kind of planning Philly should get behind” from the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Editorial Board.
The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Chip Fox captured gorgeous images of the 2023 Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square.
Mural Arts Philadelphia was featured as a Good Neighbor on The Kelly Clarkson Show with Executive Director Jane Golden and Color Me Back participant Norman Bonk.
NBC Now’s Zinhle Essamuah highlighted the work of harm reduction organization Prevention Point Philadelphia and their work to prevent overdoses.
Mural Arts Philadelphia’s Color Me Back program was featured on WHYY, highlighting the impactful work of individuals experiencing economic insecurity.
Mural Arts Philadelphia’s Color Me Back initiative featured on national CBS News.