NEIGHBORHOOD ADVISORY COMMITTEE
"Helping to improve the quality of life in Hunting Park Philadelphia
through economic empowerment, support programs, and social responsibility!"
ANNOUNCEMENT: Food Distribution Will Start Back Up In September!
The Hunting Park Neighborhood Advisory Committee (HPNAC) is a 501(c)3 non profit organization, established to promote the general development, welfare and well being of all people residing or established in the Hunting Park Community. Our commitment is to develop the Hunting Park Community, focusing on, but not limited to the areas of housing, education, economic development, social welfare, area beautification and recreation, without displacing residents.
HPNAC is also an Energy Center, assisting low income people with grants to help pay utility bills and promote energy conservation, inclusive of LIHEAP, CRISIS, UESF and LICAP Grants. We also assist with major repairs, Mortgage, Rental, and Emergency Food. We conduct community meetings, informing our residents about other services they may be entitled to receive, in addition to addressing zoning issues.
We are an expanding agency dedicated to the success of Hunting Park!
Interim Executive Director
About Hunting Park Philadelphia
Hunting Park Philadelphia is located north of Sedgley Avenue, east of the former SEPTA R7 railroad line, south of Roosevelt Boulevard, and west of Front Street. Bordering neighborhoods include Logan to the north, Feltonville to the east, Fairhill to the south, and Nicetown-Tioga to the southwest.