Enjoy great food, drink and company and bid on fabulous auction items!

Join us for a wonderful evening while supporting PCA’s important work at the “Evening in Paris” Gala fundraiser on June 23.

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Safeguarding Our Seniors: Free Forum June 15 for Seniors & Caregivers

Learn about keeping money & assets safe, making good financial decisions as you age, and accessing resources wisely.

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Hearing Set on Area Plan for Aging Services

A public hearing on the 2016-2020 draft Area Plan for Aging Services will be held June 7 at PCA. Public comment is invited.

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Luncheon June 16 benefits Emergency Fund for seniors in crisis

The Liberian Women's Chorus will perform at the luncheon. Last year, the Fund helped almost 1,800 senior households in crisis.

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Gala Fundraiser

Elder Abuse Forum

Public Hearing

Emergency Fund

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Every gift makes a difference

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.



Good food, friendly people and close to home

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.


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