The Embassy Network

November 3, 2015

The Philly Service Co-op has been invited to become part of the The Embassy Network, which is similar to AirBnB but specifically serves co-living communities. It has some really innovative features, like integrating social and cultural events into a calendar visible to potential guests. If you’re interested in traveling and would like to stay in a co-living community sign up for an account at Also, if you’re part of a co-living community looking for a culturally aligned room sharing network, check out Thanks so much to Jessy Kate Schingler, one of the creators of the Embassy Network, for allowing us to be a part of this cool new project. PSC’s Embassy Network page can be found at

Service Projects

Rebuilding Together

October 17, 2015



Here’s Dallas, Rose and Jon at a block build in North Philly today. Thanks to Jon for hooking us up with Rebuilding Together. Rebuilding Together is an organization that recruits anyone with some basic DIY skills all the up to professional contractors to help fix occupied homes in neighborhoods that need it. We hope to participate in coming months. Check out their website:

Rebuilding Together


PSC Concert featuring The Great Swamps (Matt Horowitz)

October 14, 2015

Last night, PSC had the solo act Matt Horowitz performing on guitar as The Great Swamps. His songs were a unique mix of funny, unassuming and expressive. About ten people came out for the intimate show, and we were grateful to have it take place at the Philly Service Co-op. PSC has a fairly large space on the first floor and is happy to host small gatherings and performance like The Great Swamps. If you’re interested in hosting a small gathering with us, please email To see more of Matt’s music, check out the links below:
The Great Swamps Indiana

Service Projects

Trans March

October 10, 2015

PSC lent prep space to the West Philly of Food not bombs in order to make food for the Trans March in Philadelphia today.


Contradelphia’s 1st Dance!

January 10, 2015

Hey everyone, we had 77 people at our first Contradelphia last night; it was a great time. We’re having the dance every 2nd Friday at the Christ Church Neighborhood House at 2nd and Market.