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Project Users

Rebuild will partner with qualified nonprofits, called Project Users, to improve parks, recreation centers and libraries.

To be qualified as a Project User, Philadelphia-based nonprofits were required to meet specific criteria, including successful design and construction of projects totaling at least $1 million, experience working with communities, and demonstration of or commitment to diversity and inclusion, among others.

In the first round of qualification, 21 nonprofits were qualified as Project Users. They are:

  • Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha (APM);
  • Beech Interplex Inc.;
  • Boys & Girls Club (qualified in partnership with Daniel J. Keating Co.);
  • Community Ventures;
  • Diversified Community Services (qualified in partnership with BFW Group);
  • Fairmount Park Conservancy (qualified in partnership with BFW Group, Youthbuild, Philadelphia Parks Alliance, and Rittenhouse Strategies);
  • Free Library Foundation;
  • Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia;
  • HACE (qualified in partnership with Stone Sherick Consulting);
  • Impact Services Corporation (qualified in partnership with Rodriguez Consulting, Stone Sherick Consulting, and Little Giant Creative);
  • Mt. Airy USA;
  • New Kensington CDC;
  • Nicetown CDC;
  • Pennsylvania Horticultural Society;
  • People's Emergency Center;
  • Public Health Management Corp;
  • Spring Garden CDC;
  • The Enterprise Center;
  • The Universal Companies (qualified in partnership with Base A-E);
  • Trust for Public Land; and
  • Urban Roots.

Of the Project Users, 9 are Community Development Corporations (CDCs), 12 serve specific neighborhoods and 9 serve the entire city.

Rebuild will issue a Request for Qualification for Project Users every year or every two years. Click here for more information about the Project User qualification process.