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Pennrose Foundation

Further enhancing the Pennrose mission of transforming communities

Pennrose Foundation

The Pennrose Foundation was established to enhance Pennrose's mission of transforming communities by supporting charitable organizations and events that benefit:

  • Seniors and families
  • Wellness initiatives
  • Communities surrounding Pennrose locations across the company's footprint

We are grateful for our 2020 donors. CLICK HERE to read our 2020 Pennrose Foundation Brochure.

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Scholarship Spotlight

A key activity of the Pennrose Foundation is to grant scholarships for higher learning and summer camps to residents of the Pennrose managed affordable communities. Our goal is to assist high potential, but economically disadvantaged students and families, achieve their education and career goals.

The application process for 2021 scholarships is now open! Click the links below.

DEADLINES EXTENDED! Applications are due May 15, 2021

2021 Academic Scholarship Information and Application

2021 Summer Camp Information and Application

2020 Recipient Aalayah Montgomery 2020 Charmain Middleton Rush Crossing Recipient 2020 Dadon Liberty Place Recipient 2020 Daisha Coates Orchard Recipient 2020 Jill Mcateer Pennsburg Recipient 2020 Vernice Harewood Liberty Place Recipient

Pennrose Foundation Donate Now

Foundation funds are raised through the financial support of corporations, companies, families, private trusts, and individuals and the private donations of the Pennrose companies.


Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to support the Pennrose Foundation activities by clicking the button below. Or, send a check to:  Pennrose Foundation, 1301 North 31st St., Philadelphia, PA 19121


Contributions to the Resident Relief Fund can be made online: CLICK HERE


The Pennrose Foundation is recognized as tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. EIN: 82-4534556

COVID-19 Resident Relief Fund

The Pennrose Foundation created the COVID-19 Resident Relief Fund to provide support to the residents who are facing adverse effects due to the new coronavirus (COVID-19).

The Resident Relief Fund assists residents in the following two categories:

  • Food - Residents who are unable to access food safely and/or afford enough food to feed their family.
  • Household Bills & Basic Needs - Residents who are experiencing financial hardships from loss of employment and are unable to pay for essential living expenses other than food.

Contributions to the Resident Relief Fund can be made online: CLICK HERE

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