Donate Now

Since 1927, gifts to The Penn Fund—from undergraduate alumni and parents like you—have made a profound and immediate impact on all aspects of student life and learning at the University by providing grant-based financial aid packages to undergraduates, supporting enhancements to academic programs and campus technology, and fostering community through student clubs and organizations. This longstanding tradition of loyal generosity allows donors to support the University’s greatest needs and highest priorities through the general fund, long-term scholarship support, and special reunion class projects.

How do we support Undergraduates at Penn?

Undergraduate Financial Aid
Residential and Campus Life
Academic Enhancement

Impact Priorities

Priorities

Support today’s Quakers.

Gifts to The Penn Fund are immediately directed to areas of the University that need support the most. These areas include undergraduate financial aid, residential and campus life, and academic enhancement.

Students putting mussels to the test

Penn Fund Allocations

Click to
explore

Your dollars directly support Penn students.

Your support of The Penn Fund through the general fund, your class’s reunion campaign, or a named scholarship that you hold dear strengthens the University’s ability to provide grant-based financial aid and funding to the highest priorities on campus. Our University depends on support from donors like you who make a Red and Blue education possible for Quakers past, present, and future.

Our Priorities

Our Priorities

Make it a red and blue dream come true.

Penn undergraduate alumni and parents have the opportunity to make a real difference for those who follow in their footsteps or their own students who attend the University today. Participation at any level will create a direct and immediate impact on campus.

President Gutmann with a group of students and Phillie's mascot