We’ve missed hearing from you! We have greatly appreciated your donations. Your support has allowed us to provide ongoing education and advocacy to our colleagues, policy makers, medical students, and the public on issues that have been important to you. Our focus on climate change, violence prevention, and environmental risks to our health need the voice of health professionals. For that we thank you!

As you may have seen in our newsletter PSR Philadelphia is now PSR Pennsylvania, and we hired a new Executive Director that can bring focus and direction to our mission. With our expansion the goal is to engage with healthcare providers across the state to amplify our message, enhance the services of the Speakers Bureau and increase advocacy efforts for the programs we support. Your support will help us as we move in this new direction!

The gifts you’ve provided in the past have allowed us to get to where we are today. We think your continued support can help PSR Pennsylvania make a bigger impact in addressing threats to public health.

Thank you in advance for your continued support.

Here are the ways you can make a donation:
  • Make a donation online.
  • Call us at 267-519-5299
  • Send a check to: Physicians for Social Responsibility PA, PO Box 59540, Philadelphia, PA 19102

Tonyehn Verkitus 
Executive Director

P.S. Coming up on March 23rd is Virtual Advocacy Day on Gun Safety from Code Red partner Ceasefire. RSVP at this link. Also, stay tuned because we will be releasing a series of webinars and Lunch & Learns soon!
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