Many after school programs and summer camps listed by neighborhood – Main number 215-683-3600, After School Programs 215-683-3676 – – Click Here for Complete Listing of Summer Programs Goal is to increase supervised after school recreation activities for the city’s kids- Call 215-545-2727 for a list of activities in your neighborhood or check their website for the online after school program directory broken down by zip code- 1520 Locust St. site to help families find programs for children of all ages during the summer from elementary school-aged programs through high school.
Find camps, summer jobs, summer reading lists, pools, summer learning programs, free activities, and free meals over the summer. Broad 215-235-6440; South Phila- 1724 Christian St.- 215-735-5800; West Phila- 5120 Chestnut St.- 215-476-2700; NE Phila- 11088 Knights Rd- 215-632-0100; and Roxborough- 7201 Ridge Ave- 215-482-3900.
Visit website below NOW and have a safe and happy summer. mission of PAL is to offer young people a viable and constructive alternative to the ‘street life’. with programs ranging from a summer baseball program, chess, golf, soccer, wrestling and a Positive Image program for girls 11-17 year old, which helps, build self esteem- 215-291-9000 children and adult programs including: after school programs; summer camps; child care; literacy; weight management; and tutoring. to Ride provides disadvantaged urban youth with constructive activities centered around horsemanship, equine sports, and education.
The Club is a safe place to learn and grow – all while having fun. Centre Square East, 1500 Market Street call (215) 825-8298 or Email – [email protected] Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation’s mission is to have a profoundly positive impact on the lives of underserved children in the Greater Philadelphia Region by providing a program that incorporates both on-ice and off-ice activities. mission is to create inspirational learning environments where children starting at 6-12 years old, are encouraged through soccer to develop strong moral character, strive for academic excellence and live with a positive attitude, regardless of their socio-economic status.
The program is provided, at no cost, to both boys and girls. Starfinder has affordable summer camps and after school programs, as well as several youth development programs- 4015 Main Street- Call 215-764-5410 for more info.
The Foundation provides the equipment, ice time and experienced coaching. the sport of Squash with Academic Tutoring and Mentoring of under-served, urban youth in order to develop self-esteem and discipline through academic, athletic and personal achievement.
Students in Grades 5-12 attending any Philadelphia Public school are eligible to join Squash Smarts.
215-221-6860 in 1952 their mission is to prepare young people, especially those from under-resourced families and communities, for success as individuals and as active, responsible citizens through innovative tennis, education, life skills, and leadership development programming.. Call 215-487-3477 or check their website for listing of programs.
LEAPS’ mission is to enrich the lives of youth through lacrosse and education, as well as instill the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle.
Call 215-951-0330, ext 2190 for many free programs.
Zhang Sah is a non-profit organization that provides character, cultural, physical and academic development through martial arts training into its After-School, Pre-Kindergarten, Teen Lounge, Winter, Spring, and Summer Camp Programs.
2 locations- 6110 Wissahickon ave; Phone – (215) 844-6200 or 530 Bainbridge St.(215) 923-6676 and summer science enrichment program at the Academy of Natural Sciences.