NEIGHBORHOOD ADVISORY COMMITTEE
"Helping to improve the quality of life in Hunting Park Philadelphia
through economic empowerment, support programs, and social responsibility!"
The Hunting Park Neighborhood Advisory Committee (HPNAC) is a 501(c)3 non profit organization, established to promote the general development, welfare and well being of all people residing or established in the Hunting Park Community. Our commitment is to develop the Hunting Park Community, focusing on, but not limited to the areas of housing, education, economic development, social welfare, area beautification and recreation, without displacing residents.
Our Programs and Services Include (but are not limited to):
Neighborhood Energy Center, Weatherization and Conservation programs Basic Systems Repair Program referral, Housing and Rental Counseling services and referrals, Community Organizing, Employment assistance, Food Distribution Center, Zoning Issues and Office of Housing and Community Development information dissemination and referrals.
The service delivery or target area is bounded by Wingohocking Street (North), Sedgley Avenue (South), Broad Street (East and 5th Street (East). Hunting Park Neighborhood Advisory Committee (HPNAC) serves the entire diversified community of the Hunting Park community, as well as resident outside of the service area.
HPNAC engages the community in various events, activities and information sessions. We conduct block clean ups, fun and fitness events and we host Service Area Briefings with City agencies, social service organizations and health services at various locations in the Hunting Park community, as well as Energy Conservation Workshops. We also work with established Block Captains and/or blocks interested in organizing and electing a Block Captain. Our Newsletter is mailed and/or hand delivered throughout the community with updates, events and services. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to be placed on our mailing list. And look for our Newsletter and our next Service Area Briefing on our website.
Temple University Health Sciences Center Community Planning Committee; Strawberry Mansion Health Center; Lower Tioga Nicetown Concerned Leaders; Voice of the Community; Mary McLeod Bethune and Bayard Taylor Elementary Schools; Little Flower High School; Centro Pedro Clavier CDC; Nicetown CDC; Mayor's Office of Community Services (MOCS); Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition; Work Adjustment Center; Federal, State, & City Agencies; 15th Street Baptist Church; New Life Church of God; Ford Memorial Temple; Solomon Temple; Informed Resources; Em3 Computers; Galaxy Enterprises; Comcast Cable; Hunting Park Block Captain's Coalition; Energy Coordinating Agency; Nueva Esperanza; People for People, Inc.; and the Office of Housing and Community Development.