Our Partners and Collaborators

We work with organizations who are committed to advancing equity, are passionate about having a social impact in the communities

Who we partner with

We partner with individuals and organizations who are passionate about having a social impact in the communities they serve. We believe that achieving sustainable impact requires change at multiple levels so we partner with:

  • Individual social change agents who are passionate about equity and committed to learning. Individuals participate in our workshops and training programs.

  • Mission-driven organizations - primarily in the social and public sector - who are dedicated to using data to inform program, policy, and organizational improvement. Organizations either hire us as an external consultant for a particular project or participate in one of our workshops or training programs. We also work with foundations who are committed to building organizational capacity and provide training for nonprofits within their portfolios.

  • ASAP/After School Activities Partnerships
  • Ars Nova Workshop
  • Benefits Data Trust
  • Bethanna
  • Bethesda Project
  • Broad Street Ministry
  • Camden Education Fund
  • Catalyst Community Conversations, University of Pennsylvania
  • Child Guidance Resource Center
  • Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly (CARIE)
  • Center for Black Educator Development
  • Chester Education Foundation
  • Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)
  • Community Design Collaborative
  • Compass Working Capital
  • Cooper’s Ferry Partnership
  • Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County
  • Delaware County Women Against Rape
  • Depaul USA
  • Drueding Center
  • Face to Face
  • Families Forward Philadelphia
  • First Up
  • Fleisher Art Memorial
  • Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation
  • Garage Community & Youth Center
  • Gemma Services
  • Greater Philadelphia YMCA
  • Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia
  • Healing Hurt People, Drexel University
  • Health Information Project
  • Heights Philadelphia
  • Horizons at Greene Street Friends School
  • Independence Seaport Museum
  • Inglis Foundation
  • Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Philadelphia
  • John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge
  • Kencrest
  • Lenfest Center
  • Let It Ripple
  • Mann Center for the Performing Arts
  • Maternal and Child Health Consortium
  • Maternity Care Coalition
  • Mt. Airy CDC
  • Opera Philadelphia
  • Paideia Program, University of Pennsylvania
  • PATCH (Pediatric Anxiety Treatment Center at Hall-Mercer), University of Pennsylvania
  • People’s Emergency Center
  • Philabundance
  • Philadelphia Children's Alliance
  • Philadelphia Education Fund
  • Philadelphia Futures
  • Philadelphia Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC)
  • Philadelphia Parks & Recreation
  • Philadelphia Water Department
  • Philadelphia Youth Basketball
  • Sharing Excess
  • Senior Community Services, Inc.
  • Springboard Collaborative
  • Sustainable Business Network
  • Teach Plus
  • Tech Impact
  • Temple University Hospital
  • The Attic
  • The Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County Inc.
  • The Intergenerational Center – Temple University College of Education
  • The Kimble Group
  • The Village of Arts and Humanities
  • The Wardrobe
  • Turning Points for Children
  • Wilma Theater
  • Wissahickon Trails
  • West Philadelphia Skills Initiative
  • Women Against Abuse
  • YouthBuild Philly Charter School

Who we collaborate with

We recognize the limitations of our own perspectives and believe that collaborative efforts produce better results. Since we are based at Penn, we are able to take advantage of the expertise across the University and have also developed several strategic external partnerships. Our collaborators provide valuable content expertise and help us expand our reach to new communities. 

Our collaborators include:

Interested in working with ImpactED? Submit the form on our Contact ImpactED page and we’ll get in touch with you within two business days.

Candace McKinley

“We’ve been in the community for over 30 years now, and we’ve gotten to the point where our neighborhood is changing, and we have new challenges. I think building a culture of data will be really important for our organization lasting another 30 years and retaining the community that we serve in that neighborhood for another 30 years.”

Candace McKinley
Development and Communications, Norris Square Community Alliance