Philadelphia, PA – December 24, 2020 – Senator Sharif Street (D-Philadelphia), today announced $13 million in state funding that will be administered to organizations for projects in the 3rd Senate District.

“Our community is in dire need of funding that supports our educational and health-care institutions,” said Senator Street, “I look forward to continuing to work with Governor Wolf to meet these needs.”

The following programs received funding:




Einstein Healthcare Network
Einstein Med Center
Girard College
Girard College
North 10 Philadelphia
North Ph. Revitalization Initiative III
Oak Lane Diner
Philadelphia Technical Training Inst.
PTTI Expansion
Boys and Girls Club of Phila.
Ralph J. Roberts Boys & Girls Club
Temple University – PASSHE
Ritter Hall, Inst. Of Disabilities & Sponsored Projects relocation
Temple University Fox Chase Cancer Ctr.
Mosaic Development Partners, LLC
Sharswood Grocery Outlet
St. Joseph’s Prep
Capital Improvement Project
Uptown Entertainment Dev. Corp
Uptown Theatre IV
City of Philadelphia – Rebuild
Ziehler Rec. Center Ziehler Playground
Smith Memorial Playground


Senator Street added, “As we look forward to recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic in the new year we must examine the impact of funding on education and public health infrastructure as well as economic development and its impact on our communities. I look forward to convening these talks.”

The grant money is part of the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program, a commonwealth grant program that is administered by the Office of the Budget for the acquisition and construction of regional economic, cultural, civic, recreational and historical improvement programs. ###