Older Philadelphians receive produce vouchers through PCA during COVID-19 crisis
Philadelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA) is excited to announce that it served more than 25,000 older Philadelphians through the 2020 Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) by completing the program entirely by mail during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19: Information and resources for older Philadelphians
UPDATED Aug. 25
In response to the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the city of Philadelphia and other agencies have made resources available to older Philadelphians to stay safe, healthy and informed.
2020 Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program information
Philadelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA) is once again distributing Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) vouchers. In previous years, vouchers were typically distributed each summer through PCA’s N. Broad St. headquarters and via select distribution sites. However, this year, vouchers will only be distributed by mail to comply with COVID-19 social distancing guidelines. NOTE: PCA […]
Grab & Go Meals Program a food resource for older adults as some grocery stores remain closed
Philadelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA) is continuing to provide meals through its Grab & Go meal sites operating out of senior centers. This is especially important now as many older adults remain affected by the closure of grocery stores in the wake of recent civil unrest. While senior centers remain closed to participants through the […]
Was your grocer or pharmacy affected by protests? There’s help available
In the wake of the protests and demonstrations happening throughout the city, a number of grocery stores and pharmacies have been closed due to damage from looting. The result has left many consumers looking for a new place to shop – or worse, with no resource in their neighborhood. Many of these damaged stores have […]
We need you! Help us spread hope and happiness to isolated older adults
Our Meal Distribution Center is doing an excellent job of delivering meals to more than 4,500 older Philadelphians in need each week. To brighten the days of meal recipients, we would also like to share messages of hope. That’s where you come in! We’re asking Philadelphians to create short, hand-written notes and/or hand-drawn pictures to include in future meal deliveries.