United Way also announced support for the Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline, providing a $9,000 grant to help the four organizations who run the hotline - Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Lutheran Settlement House, Women Against Abuse, and Women In Transition - develop a strategic plan; $14,500 for a Kinship Institute Conference, co-sponsored with Philadelphia Society for Services to Children, in the fall to highlight the needs of relative caregivers of children; and $10,000 to the Institute for the Study of Civic Values, to expand the services available through the http://www.
What does ISCV stand for?
ISCV stands for Institute for the Study of Civic Values (Philadelphia, PA)
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- Intelligent Signal Condition Unit
- Interior Savings Credit Union (British Columbia, Canada)
- International and Serious Crimes Unit (Israel Police)
- International Save the Children Union
- Ipswich and Suffolk Credit Union (UK)
- Island State Credit Union (Australia)
- In the Supreme Court of the United States
- Indo-Soviet Cultural Society
- Idle Speed Control Valve
- Impuesto Sobre Circulación de Vehículos (Guatemalan vehicle tax)
- Intelligent Systems and Computer Vision (engineering program)
- Intra-System Coefficients of Variation (drinking water regulation)
- Irish Setter Club of Victoria (Australia)
- Islamic Society of Central Virginia
- Indiana Society of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation
- International Society of Cardiovascular Surgeons
- Implementing Secure Converged WAN (CISCO CCNP exam)
- Institute for Soil Climate and Water (South Africa)
- Installation Support Center of Expertise (US Army Corps of Engineers)
- International Star Class Yacht Racing Association
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McWilliams was a professor in the Department of Political Science at Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey at New Brunswick, and at the University's Institute for the Study of Civic Values, which he helped found in 1973.
We were blessed with two tour guides: Edward Schwartz, president of the Institute for the Study of Civic Values and a long-time anti-poverty activist, and Randy Primas, a former mayor of Camden.