Enjoy French-themed food and wine, and bid in a silent auction to benefit The Philadelphia Fund for Seniors.Learn More
PCA's Housing Dept. seeks bids from general, electrical & roofing contractors; suppliers; & occupational therapy consultants.Learn More
A public hearing on the 2016-2020 draft Area Plan for Aging Services will be held June 7 at PCA. Public comment is invited.Learn More
Philadelphia Orchestra, Walnut Street Theatre, Magic Gardens and Philly Pops are among 13 venues giving special senior discounts.Learn More
The Liberian Women's Chorus will perform at the luncheon. Last year, the Fund helped almost 1,800 senior households in crisis.Learn More
There is a range of services to help Philadelphia’s seniors. Many are free or low-cost. Not sure where to start? Fill out the Service Needs Checklist!START HERE
In the last year, Philadelphia Corporation for Aging provided 850,000 home-delivered meals to vulnerable, homebound seniors. In-home care helped more than 21,000 frail seniors remain in their own homes, in their neighborhoods.
At the same time, the Emergency Fund for Older Philadelphians gave more than $215,000 in crisis assistance to help more than 1,750 seniors who had exhausted all other resources.
Roasted chicken, crab cakes, a turkey club sandwich – the menu changes, but one thing stays the same – senior centers all over the city serve a healthy lunch, five days a week. There’s no charge for anyone age 60 or older, but contributions are accepted.LEARN MORE