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From its founding, The Pew Charitable Trusts has been committed to providing assistance to the Philadelphia region’s most vulnerable populations. Since 1991, the Pew Fund for Health and Human Services in Philadelphia (Pew Fund) has served as the primary vehicle through which Pew honors this long‐standing commitment.
The Pew Fund is organized around three populations: disadvantaged children and youth, vulnerable adults, and the elderly. For each population, the Pew Fund identifies a goal and set of objectives based on a review of community needs, the latest research on best practices, and analysis of public policy and funding trends. Funded organizations are selected through a competitive solicitation and review process focused on identifying those whose work has the strongest likelihood of producing meaningful outcomes consistent with the Pew Fund’s goal and objectives.
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