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Drueding Center is an active member of the community. We’re in the news. We welcome new supporters each year, especially through our Stairway to Our Future annual event. And we work to raise awareness about the issues that face homeless families here in Philadelphia and far beyond.
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|Philadelphia Children Selected to Become Photojournalists in the Award Winning Program "Pictures of Hope" Sponsored by Chevrolet
Children from Drueding Center to capture their "HOPES AND DREAMS" on film What: Philadelphia, PA – For children who live at Holy Redeemer’s Drueding Center, a picture is worth just one word: Hope. Award-winning photojournalist and author, Linda Solomon brings her nationally acclaimed program “Pictures of Hope” to Philadelphia on June 26, 2014 and will work with children at Drueding Center, a transitional housing and comprehensive supportive services program for homeless women and their children Ms. Solo...
|Drueding Center names new board members
Meadowbrook, PA—July 8, 2013—Drueding Center, Holy Redeemer Health System’s transitional housing and comprehensive counseling program for homeless women and their children, recently named the following individuals to its board of directors: Nicole Hines of Philadelphia is a Drueding graduate and budding entrepreneur. She most recently worked as a parent and student engagement specialist at Philadelphia Academies, Inc. She has also worked for the Community-Women’s Education Project and the Philadel...
|Drueding Center Children Record CD
Meadowbrook, PA—June 26, 2013—The Singing Cats self-titled CD may never crack the Top 40 pop charts, but that matters little to the members of Philadelphia’s newest—and probably youngest—musical group. On June 24, The Singing Cats celebrated the release of their first CD at Drueding Center , Holy Redeemer Health System’s transitional housing program in Olde Kensington, Philadelphia. The musicians, all between the ages of five and 11, are members of Drueding Child Care Center’s after-school program...