Penn Alumni Classes Engage, P.A.C.E., is a new Alumni Class Leadership Council (ACLC) initiative providing opportunities for undergraduate alumni classes to engage in supporting Penn students and the communities surrounding Penn's campus. The launching of this initiative complements Penn's 2020-2021 academic year theme of Civic Engagement. The opportunities to engage will be on-going and allow for both on-campus and virtual alumni involvement. P.A.C.E. has three focus areas: Giving of Goods, Giving of Time, and Giving of Talent.
The Netter Center is a proud partner of this initiative and is particularly highlighting opportunities for Giving of Goods and Giving of Talent.
Giving of Goods
SCHOOL SUPPLY DONATIONS
Please visit this Amazon Wishlistto select items identified by Principal Rauchaun DuPree of Benjamin B. Comegys Elementary School, a university-assisted community school. The items will support Comegys’ teachers and 500 students. Note: For easy direct shipping of your contribution, when you proceed to check out, the shipping address should appear under "Other addresses" as "Penn-Comegys School Partnership -- Gift Registry Address" which will ship to Principal DuPree's home.
Please use delivery services (such as Amazon, Target, Walmart) to send donated items (nonperishable, not expired, dry/canned goods only – suggested items listed below) directly to the following contacts:
People’s Emergency Shelter
325 North 39th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Salvation Army West Philadelphia Corps-Food Pantry
Major Celestin Nkounkou
5501 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19139
The Netter Center and its school and community partners sincerely thank you for your generosity!
Please note that all donated items will be received directly by the community organization, and neither the receiving organization nor Penn or the Netter Center will have records of individual contributions; we will therefore not be able to thank you individually.
Giving of Talent
An opportunity to share your talents and professional life experiences with local Philadelphia high school students through a fun and unique video project.
Record a brief “A day in the life” of your career, “How I got here”, “Helpful skills for my career”, “How I overcame adversity during my journey”, etc… to share with students.