Belmont Alliance Civic Association Serving the Belmont Community
 Belmont Alliance Civic Association Serving the Belmont Community

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CHANGE STARTS HERE... 

 

Thanks to PA State Senator Vincent Hughes, PA State Legislator Vanessa Lowery-Brown, Mayor Jim Kenney, 3rd District Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell, 06th Ward Leader Peter Wilson, and All of the Community Leaders who represent the Lower Belmont District - the 41st Street Bridge is now open to Traffic...

The "Diaper Bank" - B.A.C.A.'s Newest Initiative...

The announcement of the Infant/Toddler and Adult "Diaper Bank" began on Saturday - September 12, 2015.  The demand for service is prevalent, and a wave of applicants has begun to roll in.  The Diaper Bank is set up to assist low-income families by providing them with a  Free "Supplement Donation" of one pack of diapers per child per month or an emergency pack of diapers or incontinent pads for seniors.  The recipients of the service thus far are appreciative and have welcomed our assistance.

To gain the service you must qualify by having the items below:

1.  Must be a Philadelphia County Resident and have a PA State ID        (Parent)

2.  Income Verification (For the Family)

3.  Verification for your children (Birth Certificate or Hospital                Record or Medical Insurance Card)

 

Most families today are trying to make ends meet and have to make tuff choices when spending money.

The Belmont Alliance Civic Association, CDC is a 501c.3 - PA State Tax Exempt - Publicly Charitable Corporation that operates within the Belmont Community in West Philadelphia and "Thanks to our donors we are able to provide resources that helps the Residents of Philadelphia County - Gain A Better Life".

For Inquiries or Request for Assistance

Call (267) 882-2596 - Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday (10:00 am - 2:00 pm)

(Appointments Only for Assistance - No Walk Ins)

The White House

Cordially invited the 

Belmont Alliance Civic Association 

and other Promise Zone Leaders to attend:

Expanding Opportunity with Open Data:  A White House Demo

 

On Monday, March 7, 2016 the West Philadelphia Promise Zone Community Based Organization Leaders were invited to the Eisenhower Excutive Office Building at the White House to expand their opportunities.  Cecilia Muñoz Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council welcomed us and a barage of speakers filled our ears while educating us on Open Data.  And a special Thanks to Drew Zachary EOP/WHO, she made us all feel right at home.

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