The Samuel S. Fels Fund recently awarded 25 grants to Philadelphia nonprofit organizations to support internships for graduate students during the summer of 2010. These internships are full-time and take place over the summer. The interns are paid a stipend of $6,000. The internship position description and contact information for applicants are below.
The Samuel S. Fels Fund was founded in 1935 by Samuel S. Fels, a Philadelphia philanthropist. The Fund is a private foundation with a broad interest in community programs, education and the arts. Grants are restricted to organizations located in the city of Philadelphia or focused on local issues.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 2, 2010
Contact: Mary C. Tracy
Scenic Philadelphia Receives $25,000 Grant from the Philadelphia Foundation to Implement Communication and Marketing Plan.
Mary C. Tracy, the Executive Director of Scenic Philadelphia, the Public Voice for Public Space, is pleased to announce that Scenic Philadelphia has received a $25,000 grant from the John B. Gest Memorial Fund and the William J. McCahan 3rd Fund in Memory of Thomas C. McCahan and Florence M. McCahan to support Scenic Philadelphia’s Communication and Marketing program. Announcement of the grant was made by Andrew Swinney, President of the Foundation. The Foundation’s Board of Managers approved the grant on February 17, 2010.