Become a Reading Buddy!
Help instill the love of reading and learning in our kids!
We are in need of reading buddies!

Every week, 35 mostly retired volunteers come to Julia deBurgos School in Fairhill to read with
September is Voter Registration Month at HFH
For the month of September, we are registering voters around the neighborhood.
Voter registration in Pennsylvania ends October 9th!
Fairhill Neighbors are doing voter registration
Orchard Harvest & Garden Workday
Come on our for our annual Orchard Harvest & Garden Workday!

This is a family friendly event - all are welcome.

We'll be working in the burial ground gardens, nibbling on treats,
Women's Rights - 170 Years on from the Seneca Falls Convention
Today marks 170 years since the Seneca Falls Convention, an event organized by HFH's own Lucretia Mott, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. At the convention, women
Annual Report 2018
With thanks to all of our friends and supporters for a stellar year.


Please click the blue button below to download your copy of the Annual Report.

Also, keep a look out in your mailbox
Historic Fair Hill is a peace making green space and a neighborhood revitalization organization in North Philadelphia. We have restored and reimagined this resting place of great human rights activists to carry forward their work for justice and peace through greening, school partnerships, and community events.


Roasting marshmallows at a community bonfireSack races at Summerfest
As a gathering space, we host bonfires, family-friendly parties, star-gazing nights, and more.
A young boy watering in our urban gardenHistoric Fair Hill gardeners
As an urban garden, we teach young people the joy of growing food, and share our harvests with our neighbors.
A group of children circle one of the large old trees on the grounds A young girl holds up a book she picked from the Little Free Library
As an educational center, we host science, nature, and history field trips.
Reading together at a local schoolPlanting trees in the neighborhood
As a community partner, we organize a literacy program in local schools, a neighborhood youth group, a tree-planting initiative, and an activity group for families of the incarcerated.