ASAP’s 2018 Directory of After School Programs is a resource to help families in Philadelphia make informed decisions about the after school hours. Organized by zip code, the 2018 ASAP Directory has more than 1,250 listings of sites that provide after school programs—everything from sports, arts & cultural, environmental, tutoring and academic enrichment, career exposure – you name it, the Directory has it. The ASAP Directory also includes information on which sites provide financial assistance, transportation, language services, or are ADA accessible.
Thanks to the steadfast support of Philadelphia Media Network and Wells Fargo, the 2018 ASAP Directory has been published in both the Philadelphia Daily News and the Philadelphia Inquirer, reaching an estimated 600,000 readers in the region. Additional copies of the Directory will be distributed to families and youth workers citywide through partnerships with the School District of Philadelphia and the Department of Human Services. Organizations and individuals can request additional copies of the Directory by contacting ASAP Directory Coordinator Paul Carroll (215-545-2727, ext. 11). Families can also search for programs by visiting ASAP’s website.
ASAP also thanks our key partners who are helping raise awareness for the importance of after school, including the City of Philadelphia’s Out-of-School Time Initiative, United Way 211, Broke In Philly, and Resolve Philadelphia.
Since 2002, ASAP/After School Activities Partnerships has developed high quality after school activities and resources to empower youth and strengthen communities in Philadelphia through four citywide initiatives– chess, debate, Scrabble and drama.
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