Friends

Broad Street Ministry’s Clothing Closet is an important part of the Hospitality Collaborative. Because of it guests are able to receive clean and warm coats, pants, shoes, and more. As with everything we do, a visit to the Clothing Closet is trauma-informed – it is a personalized experience where volunteers and staff assist guests in selecting articles of clothing that fits their needs, style, and situation.

If you are interested in donating any items, please contact us by emailing donate@broadstreetministry.org. Please check out the flyer below to see how you can make the most of your donation.

Thank you again for your interest in helping with this vital service that is so greatly appreciated by each of our Clothing Closet guests!

BSM is an entity of well-organized programming and professional staff. It helps to know that your donation will go to a specific purpose where it will do the MOST GOOD. If monetary or anonymous donations are more your style, you may contribute online easily here. Tax-deductible!

 

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The Philly Foodworks Rolling Farm Share makes it easy to support local producers and eat delicious, seasonal food. Get a share based on what is in season or choose from custom shares, special add-ons, and a range of great local products in their online market. Meat, cheese, fresh baked bread, fruit, vegetables, preserves, coffee, tea, pickles, spreads, dips, chips, jerky, and so much more. They also have flexible payment options that allow you to pay as you go, or put money into your account.
Born out of the urban farming movement in Philadelphia, Philly Foodworks strives to support local, sustainable producers while bringing good food to the community. They provide farmers with funding upfront and work with community groups to make local food more accessible for all.

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THE CENTER FOR CREATIVE WORKS (CCW) is an arts ­based vocational day program for adults with developmental disabilities. With a focus on supporting individual visual language, CCW gives artists the opportunity to find and develop their own unique aesthetic vision. CCW is located in Wynnewood, PA, just outside of Philadelphia.

Exhibitions

Image Caption: Evil Scary Monster, by David Matthew Schmuckler. Acrylic on paper. 18 x 24 inches. 2015

Creature Feature, a group exhibition exploring imagery of monsters and other­worldly beings, opens Thursday, April 7th at Weird Days in Williamsburg. The show includes art by Brooklyn’s LAND Gallery, Center for Creative Works in Pennsylvania and New York City’s YAI Arts, three art programs supporting adCreature Feature, a group exhibition exploring imagery of monsters and other­worldly beings, opens Thursday, April 7th at Weird Days in Williamsburg. The show includes art by Brooklyn’s LAND Gallery, Center for Creative Works in Pennsylvania and New York City’s YAI Arts, three art programs supporting adults with developmental disabilities. Please join us in celebrating the work of by Carlo Daleo, David Schmuckler, Garrol Gayden, Kenya Hanley, James Rosa, Olin Johnson, Raquel Albarran, Tara Johnson and others. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served.

Events

April 1-2: Philadelphia Book Art Fair

April 9-10: Print Media Fair in Baltimore

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