News

Summer ’17 Review
CEO AnnMarie Schultz Summer Reflection

Throughout the summer CORA’s staff continue to offer services to improve the lives of children through the running of summer camps, supporting clients, evaluating and improving our programs, engaging the community, and… [Read More]

CORA Connection May 2017
Channeling Charity, Connecting with Children and Families

CORA salutes our Speech Therapists for Better Hearing and Speech Month Lifeline Revived! CORA’s Family Festival 2017 Please click here to read CORA’s CONNECTION May 2017 newsletter.  

Spring is Here – along with April’s CORA Connection 2017
Carrying on the Tradition

CORA Celebrates OT Month Mark your calendars for Family Festival on April 22, 2017 Support CORA with Amazon Smile Please click here to read CORA’s CONNECTION April 2017 newsletter.  

CORA’S STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SAP)

One of my elementary school students seems consistently unable to concentrate during class and another has stopped showing up …What should I do? A teenager in our high school has been socially… [Read More]

YOUNG HEROES

For the last six years, Eve Boyd, CORA’s Counselor at St. Christopher’s School in Somerton, has worked side-by-side with the National Liberty Museum to empower her sixth grade students to become civic… [Read More]

CORA Connection March 2017
We are Lucky to have you!

Please click here to read CORA’s CONNECTION March 2017 newsletter.  

PEER HELPER ALUM ’97 PAYING IT FORWARD

Looking back on her childhood, Andrea is grateful for the role CORA Services played in her development, socially and emotionally. According to Andrea, there were a few very rough years, during elementary… [Read More]

CORA ANNOUNCES SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Philadelphia, PA, February 3, 2017 – CORA Services is seeking applications and nominations for two $1,000 scholarships that will benefit local students. This announcement coincides with the end of Catholic Schools Week…. [Read More]

OPIOID CRISIS CHALLENGES ALL PHILADELPHIANS IN 2017
CORA is Listening

The opioid use crisis is changing the landscape of every community in Philadelphia and in our neighboring suburban towns as well and fight for solutions can no longer be left to government… [Read More]

CORA’s Expansion to the Charter School Model
A Reputation of Care, Compassion and Quality Services

What began as an informal meeting, has led to an exciting journey in expanding a group of school services. In the spring of 2008, CORA was approached by David Fitzpatrick, the Director… [Read More]

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