Hurrah for the red and blue (that’s you).
From first-time donors to devoted volunteers, from Ivy Stone Society and Benjamin Franklin Society members to undergraduate alumni celebrating milestone reunions, there are many groups for whom we are grateful. Thank you to all who loyally and generously support the University! Your collective impact makes a real difference on campus every day.
Your Passion and Commitment
Your giving powers Penn.
You make a real difference in the lives of current Quakers through your support of The Penn Fund. Enhancing priorities across the University, gifts that count toward The Penn Fund provide instant benefit to all aspects of undergraduate student life and learning on campus.
Annual Impact Report
Penn Fund supporters continue to raise the bar.
Our generous donors helped to ensure that Fiscal Year 2020 (July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020) was another incredible year. Over 22,500 undergraduate alumni and 2,000 current parents made gifts that counted toward The Penn Fund, helping raise a record-breaking $43.6 million in support of the undergraduate student experience. Thank you very much to those who honored the University with their philanthropy last year!
Your dedication is inspiring.
Members of our giving societies form the foundation of our ability to deliver on our promise to the University every year. Their significant and steadfast support provides direct and immediate impact for current and future Penn undergraduate students.
Class of 2002 Award
Recognizing an outstanding class.
The Class of 2002 achieved amazing success this year in honor of their 20th reunion! Their fundraising effort was led by Erica Crisses C’02, Jared Hendricks W’02, and Rohit Singh C’02 W’02, alongside another 13 reunion giving volunteers, all of whom exemplified a passion for Penn and continued commitment to the University’s mission. The class more than doubled their overall goal of $3.5M, raising a record-setting $7,565,054 in support of undergraduate student life and learning. Overall, the Class of 2002 set three new dollar and donor records for a 20th reunion. With 537 classmates who made a Penn Fund gift – the highest participation of any alumni class in FY22 – their class truly demonstrated what it means to have a collective philanthropic impact on the University and future generations of Quakers!
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.