PCA publishes 2023-24 State of the Agency Report

John Deangelis

PCA has published its 2023-24 State of the Agency Report, which provides the projected level of service for more than 30 home- and community-based programs during fiscal years 2022-2023 and 2023-24, as well as projected revenue for the next fiscal year. The report also highlights PCA’s 50 years of service to older Philadelphians.

Since its founding in 1973, PCA served more than 43.7 million meals, answered more than 3 million calls to the PCA Helpline and granted more than $3.75 million in crisis aid through PCA’s Emergency Fund for Older Philadelphians.

“Our goal is to fill a great need in the lives of older adults who may be socially isolated, homebound, malnourished, living with disabilities or chronic health conditions, and/or financially vulnerable,” said PCA President and CEO Najja R. Orr, DBA, MBA. “When older adults and their caregivers feel they have nowhere to go for answers or resources, they can turn to PCA. We provide a safety net for older Philadelphians. In addition to providing programs and services, PCA advocates on the local, state and national levels for increased funding, resources and legislation on behalf of older adults.”

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