SpArc Philadelphia is thrilled to announce that we received funding from the Philadelphia City Fund in the amount of $14,100 to advance the development of “The Park at SpArc.”
Effective July 1, 2023, Nofre Vaquer will take the reins as CEO for SpArc Philadelphia. Nofre has been serving the organization for more than 14 years, and has moved up in various roles with increasingly more responsibility, most recently as Chief Operating Officer.
Following a decade of service as CEO of SpArc Philadelphia, Laura Princiotta will be retiring effective June 30, 2023. Laura has dedicated her career to serving vulnerable populations and worked for 34 years at SpArc.
Joseph Riddle, Director of Neurodiversity in the Workplace, joined the Walgreen Boots Alliance’s 2022 ESG Report Virtual Launch event to bust some myths about disability employment.
We are thrilled to have a partnership with the Thomas Jefferson University Landscape Architecture program to help us design a new outdoor space at SpArc.
A new exhibit is opening at Cherry Street Pier featuring the works of Marvin T. and Jamal B., participants at SpArc Services who create art at our studio at Cherry Street Pier.
In this important month, we asked Lamees Jimenez, Associate Director of Employment Services, to offer employers some tips on creating a more inclusive workplace for people with disabilities.
We are thrilled to note that Antoine is representing SpArc as a PECO Energy Ambassador through the PECO Energy Force program.
We are so thrilled at SpArc Philadelphia to have great recent media coverage of our work, including from FYI Philly on 6ABC and Al Dia News.
Allocated funds for SpArc Philadelphia will be used to demolish a warehouse adjacent to the SpArc building in North Philadelphia, with plans to turn the area into a green space for outdoor programming and connection to the community.