August 9, 2021
Casie Hampton is our August Volunteer Spotlight! Casie has been volunteering with BSM every summer for the last 4 years! Her diligence and passion for volunteering and supporting the community are values instilled in her by her parents. Before BSM, Casie would occasionally volunteer through..
July 12, 2021
June 29, 2021
Plastic Silverware: Save and collect the wrapped plastic silverware from your own take-out and delivery meals to be used for our to-go lunches! Cocobundle: When looking for ways to stock our Community Hygiene Truck, we chose Cocobundle because of their partnership with Public Goods, an eco-friendly brand...
June 14, 2021
May 17, 2021
April 8, 2021
Volunteer: We have cautiously welcomed back a limited number of volunteers for our mail, clothing closet and meal distribution programs. You can sign up for available shifts here. Donate: Making a donation is one of the most impactful ways to support our work and the..
April 6, 2021
We are thrilled to announce Lauren Murphy as our Volunteer Spotlight! Lauren is one of our favorite regular volunteers, volunteering up to 3 times a week, sometimes more! Lauren truly embraces our core value of radical hospitality, and you can see it in her daily..
March 23, 2021
The Community Hygiene Truck is a collaboration between Broad Street Ministry, Bloody Btches, and Pheed Philly to address the inequities in public health exacerbated by the pandemic. Through generous support from the Starbucks Foundation, Life Science Cares, Harmony BioScience, Penn Medicine, and Bio Passage, these..
March 19, 2021
We have a new staff member! Dallion has joined us in the new role, Avenue of the Arts Concierge. Broad Street Ministry collaborated with key stakeholders from the Avenue of the Arts on the creation this new concierge position to connect individuals experiencing scarcity and homelessness..
February 1, 2021
As many of you know, we are always humbled by the ways folks have continued to support Broad Street Ministry during the pandemic. We are especially grateful when that help comes from the volunteers that are maintaining that connection and support from their homes, like..
We thought we would change the world. Turns out we can change the neighborhood, which isn’t too bad.