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Funders & Partners

Meet our Funders

As a nonprofit organization, Fab Youth Philly is still very young: we received our 501c3 status in 2021, the same year that we were invited to apply for and received a prestigious award from the William Penn Foundation.


Though we are a youthful nonprofit, we have operated as an LLC since 2015 and our funding was primarily comprise of contracts, as opposed to foundation grants. Many funders, supporters and community partners have contributed to building Fab Youth Philly. If you have questions about our financials, feel free to contact us. You can also find us on GuideStar.


Here is a list of current and former funders of Fab Youth Philly (listed alphabetically)


  • Barra Foundation

  • City of Philadelphia

  • Drexel University West Philadelphia Promise Neighborhood

  • Impact Services

  • Kensington Resiliency Fund

  • Philadelphia Book Bank

  • Spring Point Partners

  • William Penn Foundation

Individual donors make up about $5000 per year.

If you would like to support our work click on the button; if you prefer to write a check please make it out to: FABYOUTHPHILADELPHIA, which is the legal name of our 50153 C status (our EIN is 85-3823851). You can makil it to 1928 Arizona Street, Philadelphia, PA 19125.


Here is a list of many of our current and former partners of Fab Youth Philly (listed alphabetically):


  • Action for Early Learning (AFEL)

  • Book Smiles

  • Columbia University School of Social Work

  • Drexel Digital Navigators

  • Dornsife Center for Community Partnerships

  • Esperanza Health Center

  • First Books of Philadelphia

  • Free Library of Philadelphia

  • Friends of Norris Square Park

  • Friends of McPherson Square Park

  • Friends of Rainbow de Colores

  • Healing Hurt People

  • Innovative Solutions Collective

  • McPherson Square Free Library

  • Mantua Community Center

  • Mt. Vernon & 37th Street Playground

  • New Church Down the Way

  • New Kensington Community Development Corporation (NKCDC)

  • Reading Recycled

  • Read by Fourth

  • Philadelphia Parks & Recreation

  • Playful Learning Landscapes Action Network

  • Smith Memorial Playground

  • St. Philips United Methodist Church

  • Temple Infant & Child Lab

  • University of Pennsylvania School of Social Work

  • Widener University School of Social Work

  • West Chester University

  • West Kensington Ministries

  • West Philadelphia Promise Neighborhood

  • West Philadelphia Community Center


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