The Community Engagement Map of Philadelphia is a digital map of nonprofit (a.k.a. third sector) organizations in proximity to Temple University’s main campus. The purpose of the map is to support community engagement by providing a birds-eye view of the organizations, their locations, and basic contact information.
Users can either click on the icons on the map to access contact information or begin with the listing of organizations in the left panel, and then click on the listing to access general information about the organization.
About the creators. The Community Engagement Map of Philadelphia was created by Charles Price and Sidra Sheikh. Charles is an Associate Professor in the Department of Policy, Organizational, and Leadership Studies in the Temple University College of Education and Human Development. His research interests include identity, ethnogenesis, race, social movements, community organizing, and qualitative research. Sidra Sheikh is a 2nd year doctoral student in the Department of Policy, Organizational, & Leadership Studies, concentrating on Urban Education. Her interests include school securitization and surveillance, youth culture, Muslim and South Asian student experiences, and education equity.
Disclaimer. The Community Engagement Map of Philadelphia is not a complete or exhaustive map of all nonprofit organizations in Philadelphia County and surrounding areas. The sources used to create the map are listed below. The map will be updated twice a year: December and June. If you would like to add an organization or notify us of a defunct organization, send a brief email message to Charles Price (Charles.Price1@temple.edu)
- Registered Community Organizations (City of Philadelphia)
- Philadelphia Civic Associations & Neighborhoods
- Google Web Search
- Facebook Search
- Bread and Roses Community Fund
- Temple University, College of Education and Human Development community partners
- The Friends Center
- The Philadelphia Coalition for Affordable Communities