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As comes through in these posts, pro bono representation through VIP is meaningful and transformative for clients and volunteers alike. Please explore, share your feedback, and let us know if you’d like to contribute a post!

 
 
VIP in Action

VIP Launches Executive Director Search

July 2020

Philadelphia VIP today began the search for its next Executive Director.

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Volunteer Spotlight

Sierra Applegate

June 2020

Sierra’s pro bono work has always reflected her belief that "housing is as fundamental as education."

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VIP in Action

Amidst the COVID-19 Crisis…

June 2020

Learn more about VIP's activities amidst the COVID-19 crisis.

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VIP in Action

A Statement of Support

June 2020

Philadelphia VIP stands in solidarity with those protesting against police brutality and all manifestations of systemic racism.

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Volunteer Spotlight

Scott Leventhal

May 2020

With three decades of experience negotiating contracts for multinational corporations, Scott Leventhal knows how to fight for his clients’ interests.

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VIP in Action

A Banner Year of Service: Our 2019 Annual Report

May 2020

Thank you for joining us in celebrating our past achievements and helping us prepare for the work ahead.

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VIP in Action

March Update Regarding the COVID-19 Crisis

May 2020

Our priority, as ever, is the health and safety of our community – including staff, clients, and volunteers.

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Impact Stories

Pro Bono Teamwork Secures a Family Home

May 2020

When an acquaintance offered to sell James Williams a beautiful stone house on a corner lot in Germantown, James knew he had found the perfect family home.

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Impact Stories

Nothing Short of a Miracle

May 2020

"I was running for my life": That’s how Selena Collins describes her years-long fight for independence and safety from her son’s abusive father.

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