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Using data to accelerate social change

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Project highlights

Philadelphia Water Department (PWD)

Philadelphia Water Department (PWD)

A survey of more than 12,000 Philadelphia residents on their perceptions of our city’s water found that 40% of city residents drink bottled water instead of tap water at home. See how the Drink Philly Tap campaign is helping residents to choose drinking tap water over bottled water.

The Pew Fund Evaluation Capacity Building Initiative

The Pew Fund Evaluation Capacity Building Initiative

Through group learning and individualized coaching, this program expands the abilities of Pew Fund nonprofits to monitor progress, use data to inform practices, and evaluate results.

DiverseForce On Boards

DiverseForce On Boards

The program provides leaders of color with the necessary knowledge, skills, and network to catalyze social change by developing professional skills, understanding leadership styles, and helping organizations better align with the communities they serve.

Blog highlights

Social Impact Collaborative: Cohort 2 Recap

ImpactED launched the Social Impact Collaborative (SIC) in 2016, with support from the William Penn Foundation (WPF). The initiative equips William Penn Foundation grantees with the information, skills, and tools they need to use data to accelerate social change. 

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2020 Census Data Collection Push To Yield Increased Community Sustainability

ImpactED works with dozens of organizations in the local area that rely on funding support to assist Philadelphia’s underrepresented communities.

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Our Commitments to Racial Equity

Over the past few weeks, we’ve yet again witnessed unmistakable evidence of racism and systemic oppression in America. We are enraged by the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Rayshard Brooks, and countless other Black lives that have been lost due to generations of systemic racism and police violence. 

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3440 Market Street, Suite 450
Philadelphia, PA 19104-3335

(267) 822-2060

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