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5th Annual My Purple Path Walk/Fair

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PURPLE HOUSE PROJECT PA INC`

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and as it approaches PHPPA prepares to host it’s 5th Annual "My Purple Path" Walk/Fair.

The walk will start at the Tioga-Hope-Park and Garden at 2000-08 West Tioga St., Philadelphia, PA 19140 to 20th & Hunting Park Ave, east on Hunting Park Ave to Hunting Park 1104 Hunting Park, Philadelphia, PA 19140. At the park we’ll have a vendor fair with local businesses and community resources , guest speakers, a self-Defense demonstration, food, and music.
If you choose not to walk meet us at the park!

Prior to the event we need social media ambassadors to share the event.

We will need volunteers at the beginning of the route, midway, and at the park.

You may be passing out water and snacks, helping with setup and clean up, registration of participants, etc.

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About PURPLE HOUSE PROJECT PA INC`

Location:

114 STALEY AVE SUITE 301`, COLLINGDALE, PA 19023, US

Mission Statement

To Strenghth, Empower and Transition women impacted by Intimate Partner Violence via connection to essential resources that aid in the healing process.

Description

Christine’s focus for ECC 2020 is to accelerate goals for the Purple House Project PA Inc. (PHPPA). She has already managed to collaborate with the Center for Hope (CFH) Tioga/Simpkins House, a local women’s shelter in North Philadelphia, and has teamed up to create a community garden. This garden project has been designed to enable shelter residents to plant, maintain, and harvest healthy fruits, vegetables, and a variety of holistic herbs. Participants who can engage in the community garden are then able to positively benefit from locally grown fresh foods at no cost. Her garden initiative has become an exciting opportunity that will directly improve nutritional understanding and decrease food insecurity within the community. Additionally, Christine sees her garden project expanding into other opportunistic areas that can offer unique and innovative programming. These include collaborating with organizations that can teach users how to use produce as ingredients in wellness items such as essential oils and skincare creams or inviting sub-contractors to facilitate nutrition classes, cooking classes, and other wellness-based education. Lastly, her garden project will become a space of solitude where people are able to go unplug from reality while allowing them to feed their mind, body, and soul with the gardens’ bountiful harvests.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Community
Women

WHEN

Sat Oct 02, 2021
09:00 AM - 06:00 PM

WHERE

Multiple locations Philadelphia, PA 19140

(40.01255,-75.1487)
 

SKILLS

  • Social Media / Blogging
  • Networking
  • People Skills

GOOD FOR

  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

N/A

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