Ilera Healthcare Giving $100,000 to Non-Profits Dedicated to Diversity, Social Justice and Those Affected by Job Loss

by Jun 18, 2020News

We face a historic set of crises in our nation with this Covid-19 pandemic, high unemployment rates reaching levels last seen in 1929, and significant social unrest in our communities. While these are deeply troubling times for many, we find it compelling and hopeful that there are many bright lights in our community that are driven by integrity, equality, work ethic, and compassion for their fellow citizens and deserve recognition as we move into our future.

As part of this recognition, Ilera Healthcare and the Apothecarium Dispensaries are planning to give a total of $100,000 to the below non-profits who are helping lead the way into an ever-improving tomorrow.

We are committed to supporting non-profit organizations who are dedicated to diversity, social justice, and providing aid to those affected by job loss. Our corporate giving strategy is designed to support community outreach activities that have lasting value impact, with a priority given to basic living needs, education, and direct support programs for those who live in the communities we serve. We strive to do this in ways that are socially responsible, beneficial to the community, and reflective of common values and interests.

Urban League of Philadelphia

Mission: The mission of the urban league is to empower African Americans to secure economic self-reliance, parity, power, and civil rights.

Urban Affairs Coalition

The Urban Affairs Coalition unites government, business, neighborhoods, and individual initiative to improve the quality of life in the region, build wealth in urban communities, and solve emerging issues. The Coalition shapes public policy and delivers programs that respond to urgent community needs. The problems we face are far too complex for one entity to solve on its own.

PA Diversity Council

The Pennsylvania Diversity Council (PADC) is committed to fostering a learning environment for organizations to grow and leverage their knowledge of diversity. Through a variety of events and programs, the PADC serves as the premier resource for diversity best practices and leadership development in the state of Pennsylvania.

Cooks Who Care

Mission: Cooks Who Care is a Philly-based organization that supports the well-being of people working in all facets of the food & beverage industry. Founded by Chefs Maria & Scott Campbell, Cooks Who Care is dedicated to building a community that supports employers and employees as they strive to prioritize physical, mental & financial health both on and off the job.


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