The Philadelphia region is home to hundreds of non-profit organizations, civic and professional associations, and public agencies dedicated to connecting the region to the rest of the world and enhancing its international reputation.  

Whether it's an international development agency working on behalf of women's rights in Afghanistan or teaching sustainable agricultural techniques in Africa, an association of citizens organized in support of the goals of the United Nations, a chapter of the International Visitors Council dedicated to citizen diplomacy, or a chamber of commerce focused on promoting business ties with South America, you can find it here.  


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 (GPA member organizations appear at the beginning of the list, followed by non-member organizations in alphabetical order.)

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Widener University is a nationally-recognized, private university where academics, leadership and service matter. Founded in 1821, Widener is among the nation’s top universities for civic engagement.
Women International Leaders (WIL) of Greater Philadelphia invest in underserved women globally who take the lead in becoming self-sufficient, elevating their families and communities.
Women's Campaign International (WCI) empowers women worldwide to actively participate in civil society, political leadership, economic development and peace building. Specializing in transitional states and post-conflict regions around the world, WCI equips women and girls with the skills and support needed to transform their lives and communities. Below are just a few examples of the impact WCI has made worldwide:
The Association was established in 1931, with the purpose of promoting international trade, through monthly meetings and seminars. The Executive Board, Board of Directors, and members are all volunteers who represent every segment of the maritime industry. Through their combined efforts, they are able to offer extraordinary networking opportunities at well-attended events, particularly the Annual Banquet (held in September) and the Golf Outing (held in June).  
School Night at a Glance Main Line School Night, the area's largest adult education program, attracts thousands each term with a choice of over 400 weekday, weeknight and weekend non-credit courses. Timely, trendy and familiar courses keep the mind and body fit in the creative arts, computers, cooking, dance, fitness, hobbies & crafts, home & garden, investing & money management, language, music, sports & games, writing and travel. To meet the changing interests and desires of the community nearly one-third of School Night classes are new each term.