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  • Serving the community since 1955.

    Penn Foundation provides compassionate, responsive, and innovative care that addresses the mental health, substance use, and intellectual disability needs of the community.    
  • Instilling hope.

    Each year, we partner with more than 10,000 individuals and families to help them realize their fullest mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health.  
  • Inspiring change.

    Recognizing that every person is unique, we provide quality care and personalized attention to every client.    
  • Building community.

    We work closely with primary care physicians, schools, churches, businesses, and others to ensure that we are providing coordinated care that meets the needs of the whole person - mind, body, and spirit.  
  • You choose the path. Together, we'll share the journey.

    We strongly believe in the resiliency of the human spirit and the ability of every individual to live a meaningful life. We partner with individuals and families to help them realize their recovery and life goals in the community.
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Family Day 7.09

Penn Foundation's First Family Day 

 Family Day at Camp Men-o-Lan

 Family Day at Camp Men-o-Lan

 

On Saturday, June 6th, Penn Foundation hosted its first Family Day at Camp Men-o-Lan in Quakertown! Approximately 1200 people came out to partake in the exciting free festivities including the Philadelphia Zoo on Wheels, magic shows, crafts, face-painting, paddle boats, hay rides, and much more. [Read More]

 

 "Penn Foundation has always been a community-minded organization," says John Goshow, Penn Foundation President and CEO. "We were founded in the community for the community, a valuable principle that still guides the agency today. We were thrilled to host this fun family-oriented event for the same community that has continued to support and inspire us over the past 54 years."

 

The Philadelphia Zoo's traveling naturalists set up a station where guests could experience live animals and learn from the naturalists in lively discussions about animals and conservation. Bucks County's Department of Conservation brought their interactive Environscape Model to engage kids in learning about a healthy water system and a healthy environment.

 

We are extremely grateful to Dolores Howell, whose generous donation helped ensure that this special day was free for families. We also had support from Camp Men-o-Lan; Insaco, Inc.; Baum Precision Machine; Jesslemel Caterers; Univest; K'Nex Industries; Philadelphia Zoo; Bucks County Conservation District; The Heritage Conservancy; and Mary Maduzia.

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