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2016 Roots, Rock, Run 5k

2016 Roots, Rock, Run 5k

Roots, Rock, Run 5k is a GrassROOTS Community Foundation community engagement activity. On June 4th, GrassROOTS in collaboration with our Chairman of the Board Tarik “Black Thought” Trotter of the The Roots and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon will lead a community 5k walk/run.
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Wellness Coach Position

Wellness Coach Position

Title: Wellness Coach Position Age Group: Middle School Location: Germantown, Philadelphia Part Time/Full Time: Part Time   Job Summary: GrassROOTS Community Foundation (GCF) is seeking to hire 8 Wellness Coaches (Physical, Mental, Sexual and Economics of Health) who will administer our public health and wellness curriculum to adolescent girls Germantown, Philadelphia. Coaches will work in either a school setting or a community organization. In this role, Wellness Coach will be responsible for facilitating health and wellness workshops and for helping…

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Research Assistant Position – Germantown, Philadelphia

Research Assistant Position – Germantown, Philadelphia

GrassROOTS Community Foundation (GCF) is seeking Research Assistants who will conduct research for its public health and social action programs in Germantown, Philadelphia. In this role, Research Assistants will be responsible for collecting and input both qualitative and quantitative data. Research Assistants will work closely with the Research Director, Dr. Brian Lawton. Research Assistants will also work closely with Program Staff, girls and their families.
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2015 Fundraising Campaign For After School Programs In Lingelbach Elementary School, Germantown PA

2015 Fundraising Campaign for After School Programs in Lingelbach Elementary School, Germantown PA

We at GrassROOTS are supporting the youth and families of Germantown. We are raising funds to develop and support afterschool wellness activities for  the Anna L. Lingelbach Elementary School in Germantown. In August 2014, there was a national outcry after it was revealed the school received only $160 in discretionary funding for the entire 2014-2015 school year. With a total student body of 400, spending equates to just 2.5 cents per pupil. The budget was to cover the costs of everything…

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