Lunar New Year at the Murray House

OurJubilee Center staff and fan dancing team, average age 80.5 years, went to Philip Murray House (senior residence) to celebrate the Lunar New Year!

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Thank you Wells Fargo!

 

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PASSi received a $10,000 grant from Wells Fargo Regional Foundation to support in-service training for PASSi’s Home Health Aides. Robin Choi, Area President for Wells Fargo’s Del-Chester Division presented the check to PASSi on behalf of Wells Fargo Regional Foundation.

PASSi Receives 3-Year Federal Grant as Navigator Organization to Assist Asian Americans with Health Insurance Education and Enrollment

Through the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, PASSi was awarded a $290,061 Navigator grant for year one, $870,000 total for 2015-2018 to continue its work assisting individuals obtain health insurance coverage. PASSi was one of six  awardees selected from the entire state of Pennsylvania and the only organization to specifically serve the Philadelphia region.

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Thank you for supporting PASSi

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PASSi will continue to promote the well-being of underserved seniors and Asian-American seniors with language barriers.

PAJC Picnic

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PAJC picnic with our daycare clients at Lorimore Park! What a beautiful day!

 

Celebrating Lunar New Year

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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

As the culmination of PASSi's two-year research project funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, PASSi would like to share the full report of the first study in Southeastern, Pennsylvania to raise understanding about the unique challenges facing Korean and Chinese seniors at different stages in the aging process. 

PASSi Final Report RWJF Project

Presentation Results

PASSi's Executive Director, Im Ja Choi, gives commencement speech at Penn State Abington

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PASSi's Founder and Executive Director, Im Ja Choi, was honored as the keynote speaker for Penn State Abington's Fall 2014 Commencement on December 19, 2014, in front of an audience of over a thousand people.

 

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Im Ja Park Choi Named a 2014 Distinguished Daughter of Pennsylvania

PASSi Founder and Executive Director, Ms. Im Ja Park Choi, was recently named a 2014 Distinguished Daughter of Pennsylvaina. On Wednesday October 15th, Ms. Choi was one of a select group of women who were invited to the Govenor's mansion in Harrisburg, PA to receive their awards and celebrate during a luncheon.  Click the Read More button below  to read the official press release for this event.

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Pictured from left to right: Im Ja Choi, Margaret (Peggy) Duckett, Janice McLaughlin, Alba Martinez,

Gov. Tom Corbett, Carolyn Duronio, Carmen Twillie Ambar, Sylvia Hill Fields, Anne Lewis.

 

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