Go Far Together: 2022 Penn's Way Campaign

October 21, 2021

Dear Perelman School of Medicine Faculty and Staff:

I am writing to remind you that Penn Medicine and the University have launched our annual workplace charitable giving campaign. Penn's Way will run until November 19. We can all help Penn Medicine and the University achieve our goal.

Last year's campaign to support programs that benefit our community was the most successful to date. Contributions by the Perelman School of Medicine's faculty and staff were a significant factor in this success. Community needs continue to grow and frequently overwhelm our neighborhoods. Penn's Way is helping to meet these needs, and I encourage you to participate at whatever level you can.

We encourage the Penn community to bring home the message of caring in this very challenging year by contributing to organizations that support the three “Pillars of Need” identified by the Penn’s Way Campaign:

  • Health Care Disparity
  • Food Insecurity
  • Social Justice

The 2022 Penn's Way campaign offers you the opportunity to donate to more than 15,000 agencies and other charities, including Penn Medicine entities and organizations supported by the United Way and the Philadelphia Alliance for Change.

All of the recipient agencies are located in and around Philadelphia, so your pledge will directly help our neighbors and communities.

Participating is easy and quick because you have the option of doing so online. Your information will be protected with our online security measures, and access requires PennKey authorization. You can contribute online today at: https://pennsway.upenn.edu/ (This site also has a searchable database of certified organizations to which you can contribute.)

I strongly encourage you to participate in this program. You can do so by:

  • Giving by payroll deduction, cash, check or credit card.
  • Declining to give at this time -- just go online and check "contributing elsewhere." You will be participating by offering the campaign your thoughtful consideration.

I have asked the following people to serve as the School of Medicine's Penn's Way coordinators:

If you have any questions about the Penn's Way campaign, or need assistance, please feel free to contact them.

Please help all you can by participating in this year's campaign. Thank you very much for your consideration and support.


&quote;Larry&quote; Signature
J. Larry Jameson, MD, PhD