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‘After the feature, we received numerous submissions from organizations around Philadelphia.’

Generocity editor Julie Zeglen was happy to find out that a Generocity story helped connect students at Penn’s Fels Institute of Government with local nonprofits as part of a new Fels program. Here’s the story about the program, called Fels Lab, from reporter Albert Hong. (Generocity is our sister site, btw.) Fels Lab director Cassie Tomkins […]

Fels Lab director Cassie Tomkins. (Courtesy photo)

Generocity editor Julie Zeglen was happy to find out that a Generocity story helped connect students at Penn’s Fels Institute of Government with local nonprofits as part of a new Fels program. Here’s the story about the program, called Fels Lab, from reporter Albert Hong. (Generocity is our sister site, btw.)

Fels Lab director Cassie Tomkins sent us more details:

After the feature, we received numerous submissions from organizations around Philadelphia. Thanks to Generocity, our students are able to engage with more organizations and hopefully form some exciting partnerships to support the good work happening all over our city.

Trying to reach the nonprofit community? Email Julie and let her know what you’r working on. She’s at julie@generocity.org

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