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To help families achieve their greatest potential.

APM envisions a healthy community, where all families are self-reliant; where children are protected and nurtured to become future leaders; and where residents are engaged in their community.

Who We Are

Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha (APM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of our community through direct service and outreach in the Philadelphia region.

APM impacts thousands of people each year by offering a full spectrum of bilingual and culturally sensitive social services related to education, health, human services, and community & economic development.

Since 1970, APM has helped families achieve their greatest potential.  Learn where it all began.
APM is honored to have a board of directors that truly represents the community it serves. With board members from all walks of life, APM can continue to grow for the foreseeable future
APM is home to over 300 highly-skilled professionals in a variety of disciplines.  We pride ourselves on representing the community we serve.
Learn how APM is making a difference in the Philadelphia community.
Each year, APM partners with dozens of agencies and organizations across Philadelphia to better serve those in need.

All APM programs and services do not discriminate on the basis of ethnicity, race, sexual preference, national origin, or ability to pay.

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APM Sugarcane Festival 2017

APM Sugarcane Festival 2017

A photo collage of the images of our 2017 Sugarcane Festival. June 3, 2017

Music by Funk Salsa Urban





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APM Sugarcane Festival 2016

APM Sugarcane Festival 2016

A photo display of the 2016 APM Sugarcane Festival.

Photos by Simon Bolivar and music by Franco Olivo Y Alto Voltaje.




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APM’s Bridget Palombo Receives First National Harkin AmeriCorps Award

Contact: Rick Olmos 267.296.7363


In a green cargo van, three people pull into a large warehouse in South Philadelphia with two hand carts and long list in hand.  This is a regular bi‐weekly visit for this group, and many of the vendors recognize

the young lady leading..

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