The state government has previously been urged to take a city-wide approach to heritage protection.
Beth Dahle, executive director of Compass Philadelphia, during client orientation for her organization, which matches business school graduates and other professionals with nonprofits for pro bono consulting work.
“I thought this would be a good opportunity for me to develop my consulting skills,” Torres said, before heading off in hope of finding a match.
A couple dozen leaders from the nonprofits in the current Compass project cycle gathered earlier last month at law firm Morgan Lewis, an in-kind supporter, for an orientation.
Fairfax Media has chosen not to publish the property’s address amid ongoing discussions about its future sale.
The Stonnington Council letter, dated earlier this week, informed the vendors their property had been identified “as having significance and warranting heritage protection” because the architecture was influenced by the work of Walter Burley Griffin.
Despite its time demands and highly selective screening process — just because you’re interested in volunteering doesn’t mean you’ll be selected (just like dating!