SP2 Annual Fund

The SP2 Annual Fund continues to support financial aid, faculty recruitment and retention, building and technology enhancements, and more. Unrestricted funds give the School much needed fiscal flexibility to address any priorities that may arise. Your gift of any size is greatly appreciated as a higher number of alumni donors enhances the School’s ability to receive grants and other funding. Make your gift today!

Make a Gift

By Mail:
Checks made payable to:
Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania
School of Social Policy & Practice
3701 Locust Walk
Philadelphia, PA 19104

By Phone:
215-573-6866

Online:
www.sp2.upenn.edu/online-giving/annualfund

Annual Fund contributions are unrestricted funds that meet a variety of the School’s needs including but not limited to tuition assistance support, faculty recruitment and retention, facilities, technology, and other School resources.

All donors to the Annual Fund are listed in SP2’s Annual Fund Honor Roll.

Yes, you have the option of not having your name/gift listed in any way. Simply make that request known in writing when you send in your gift. We will have a record that you contributed, but that information will remain private.

Contact the Associate Director of Institutional Advancement for information on gifts you have made to the Annual Fund.

Absolutely! As the donor, you dictate to us whose name you would like to make a gift in honor of. Please specify this at the time the gift is made.

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