PHILADELPHIA — The holiday season sparks the spirit of giving and to help donors who are looking to make a difference for others through charitable contributions, the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for High Impact Philanthropy has released a free, online toolkit outlining the most effective opportunities.
Since 1998, Penn Nursing has been providing a unique, all-inclusive system of healthcare enabling frail senior citizens who would otherwise be facing nursing home placement to live at home. The practice is called Living Independently for Elders (LIFE), and over the past 14 years, it has served more than 1,000 West and Southwest Philadelphia seniors.
More than 100 students from Lea Elementary School in West Philadelphia will become honorary college students at the University of Pennsylvania tomorrow, Saturday, Dec. 1 during College Day 2012.
Debra Wolfe of the School of Social Policy & Practice is quoted about Pennsylvania making changes to child protection.
PHILADELPHIA – A new book, The Road Half Traveled: University Engagement at a Crossroads, provides a forward-thinking perspective on the future of university-community partnerships. Coauthored by Rita Axelroth Hodges, assistant director at the University of Pennsylvania’s Netter Center