Intergenerational Community Alliances & Programs, Inc. (ICAP Inc.) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) registered charitable organization dedicated to providing social services, educational programming and cultural support to people who are African American and/or members of the faith based communities as well as individuals to enhance history and cultural awareness, esteem building and health & wellness related education.
ICAP Inc. will increase awareness of the definition and options provided by palliative and hospice care. The goal is for individuals, faith leaders and congregants to better understand the options and benefits of palliative and hospice services and life care decisions. Palliative & Hospice Care, will promote specific educational and supportive activities such as workshops on the topic of Palliative and Hospice Care to empower consumers or individuals researching options. ICAP Inc. will assist faith based organizations in supporting congregants and families whose loved ones are health eligible for palliative and hospice care. ICAP Inc. will promote specific educational workshops, seminars, focus groups and speaking engagements on the topic.
The African American Heritage Program (AAHP) is designed to provide youth and adults with a comprehensive educational model program relating to the African American presence in Philadelphia and beyond. The overall goal of the program will be to reach a broad range of audiences to advance the African American narrative, and for interested persons, it also includes a docent/tour guide training component. The training component will enhance visitor experiences to historic sites and enrich heritage tourism knowledge. Opportunities to provide heritage programming for faith-based, community, and educational groups is a part of AAHP outcomes.
“The way to right wrongs is to turn the truth of light upon them.” Ida B. Wells
BAV GIRL Phenomena, Inc. is an esteem building concept to support young and life seasoned women for abstinence and celibacy while examining the strengths and weaknesses thru self-assessments for building healthy relationships. BAV also provides special parenting workshops (includes grandparents raising grandchildren and teen/youth programs).
The Esteem Building Institute, provides a series of services to children, youth, adults and families focusing on esteem development, a critical facet of productive human development to include: self, race, emotional, intellectual, physical, cultural, spiritual, and social esteem programming.
Sandra (Sandy) Lawrence is the founder and CEO of Intergenerational Community Alliances & Programs Inc ... Continue
Elder Gregory Johnson, SR, is the pastor of The Metropolitan Baptist Church located in West ... Continue
Rev. Dr. Lorina Marshall-Blake serves as President of the Blue Cross Foundation and Vice President ... Continue
Nicole Butler-Guindo is a native Philadelphian. She attended and graduated from W. Bodine High School of International ... Continue
Leslie K. Carter is a dynamic professional with extensive experience in performing, managing, and overseeing technical ... Continue
Rhonda Fleming-Scarborough has over thirty five years in the field of Social Work. She is a licensed social worker (LSW) ... Continue
Jacqueline J. Wiggins has over forty years of experience in education, administration, and resource development in the nonprofit ... Continue
Ashley A. Mapp J.D., MSW was a social worker who worked in recruitment with the Gift of Life ... Continue
Leslie has over 25 years of experience in the social and health services world ... Continue
Rev. Beatrice Sims is an Associate Minister at St Matthew AME Church at 215 N. 57th Street ... Continue
Ron Holt is the accountant for ICAP Inc ... Continue
Lois Hayman-El is a native Philadelphian. She is a graduate of Overbrook High School, Hampton Institute, and ... Continue
Amber Burton was born and raised in West Philadelphia, and strongly believes in the power of ... Continue