Your investment makes the success of our students possible. There are many ways that your financial support can make a significant impact in the lives of our students.

Ways to Give

Please mail your check, made payable to Philadelphia Futures, to:

Philadelphia Futures
123 S Broad St, Suite 850
Philadelphia, PA 19109

Call Korinne Gerhart at 215-790-1666 ext. 439 to make a donation over the phone.

Make a secure gift online to Philadelphia Futures through Network for Good. Upon completion of your gift, you will receive an email receipt. You can choose to make a one-time gift or a recurring gift.

To make a gift of securities, please complete our Stock Transfer Form, which includes the information needed to initiate the transfer process. Because donor information is not forwarded to Futures in the event of a transfer, the information provided on the Stock Transfer Form allows us to properly thank you for your generosity.

Contribute to Philadelphia Futures through your company’s United Way Campaign (United Way Donor Choice #802) or comparable workplace giving campaign. You can make a one-time contribution or ask to have payments made toward your pledge through convenient payroll deductions.

Double the impact of your gift! Check to see if your employer matches all or a portion of your gift. Request a matching gift form from your employer and send it completed with your gift. Our Employer Identification Number (EIN) is 23-1365983.

Support us while you shop! Go to and select Philadelphia Futures as your charitable recipient. Every time you make a purchase through Amazon Smile, a percentage of your total purchase will be given to Philadelphia Futures.

Philadelphia Futures is on the list of Educational Improvement Organizations approved for the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program offered through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania’s EITC program awards tax credits to businesses that make contributions to educational improvement organizations or scholarship organizations.  Tax credits:  Are equal to 75% of a company’s contribution up to a maximum of $750,000 per taxable year; Can be increased to 90% of the contribution, if business agrees to provide same amount for two consecutive tax years. For more information, please contact Mary Anne Lucey, Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations at or 215.790.1666, ext. 446.

What is EITC?

The PA Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) is a PA Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) program that provides state tax credits to eligible businesses for charitable contributions. Philadelphia Futures is approved as an Educational Improvement Organization (EIO) under the EITC program.

Who qualifies?

Any organization which pays:

  • Personal Income Tax
  • Capital Stock/Foreign Franchise Tax
  • Corporate Net Income Tax
  • Bank Shares Tax
  • Title Insurance & Trust Company Shares Tax
  • Insurance Premium Tax (excluding surplus lines, unauthorized, domestic/foreign marine)
  • Mutual Thrift Tax
  • Malt Beverage Tax
  • Retaliatory Fees under section 212 of the Insurance Company Law of 1921

How to apply

EITC guidelines and applications can be found here. 

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Over the last 20+ years, our Get in the Game fundraiser has raised over $2.5 million to support the college aspirations of Philadelphia Futures scholars. From its early days as a billiards tournament to our Get in the Game Celebrity Bowling Tournament, the winning partnership of the Philadelphia Phillies, our sponsors, and enthusiastic guests has been a game changer for our students. This year, we are coming home to Citizens Bank Park on May 16, 2022!

Help us reach our goal of $300,000! Secure your sponsorship today and make sure to bid on our virtual auction. We are so grateful for the continued support from our Philadelphia Futures community.

Sponsorships are a key part of our Sponsor-A-Scholar program. Sponsorship funds provide a powerful incentive for students while in high school. Once in college, the funds are a critical piece of the student’s overall financial aid package. Students use these additional funds for costs not covered by traditional financial aid, such as transportation, books, and meal plans.

To learn more about the Sponsor-A-Scholar program and sponsorships, call Korinne Gerhart at 215.790. 1666, ext. 439. If you would like to become a sponsor, please complete the Sponsorship Pledge Agreement, which sets forth the terms of a sponsorship. 

Next Steps

Please return the Sponsor Pledge agreement to, or by mail, along with your first sponsorship payment, to Philadelphia Futures:

Philadelphia Futures
123 South Broad Street, Suite 850
Philadelphia, PA 19109

Create a Scholarship

The rising cost of college presents a significant challenge for our students. Scholarships become a powerful tool to break down financial barriers to success in college, often by filling the cash gap between the cost of attendance and the financial aid package offered. By creating a scholarship, you can create a profound legacy and a make a lasting impact in the life of a student.

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Planned Giving

Leave a legacy for generations of Philadelphia students to come. Consider a gift through a will, trust, annuity, or life insurance.

Philadelphia Futures is a registered 501(c)(3) charity and your gift is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Donor Privacy Policy

Philadelphia Futures is committed to donor privacy and does not share donor information to third parties without permission of the donor. Additionally, we will not send mailings to our donors on behalf of other organizations. Any information requested from a donor is used to complete donor transactions, to recognize donors, to provide charitable tax information, and to communicate with the donor about Philadelphia Futures through print and electronic mail, and is voluntarily given. We respect any donor’s wish to remain anonymous and will exclude information from public recognition at their request.