Golden Slipper Club & Charities
Golden Slipper Club & Charities
Golden Slipper Club & Charities
Golden Slipper Club & Charities

We engage in selfless acts of kindness serving people of all ages in the Greater Philadelphia region so they can thrive.

Golden Slipper Gems

Providing enrichment for our older adult community, society’s most valuable and treasured assets.

Golden Slipper Camp

Since 1948, Golden Slipper Camp has provided experiences of a lifetime to children through summer camps and lifelong friendships.

Passover League of Golden Slipper

Raising funds to provide Passover seder meals to needy families and individuals in the Greater Philadelphia region.

600

seniors shared Passover seder instead of sitting alone at home at the holiday because of the generosity of gifts to Golden Slipper.

431

children in 2019 experienced summer camp, new sports, and made new friends due to gifts that supported scholarships.

$389,048

raised by Golden Slipper over the past five years to reduce the cost of camp for financially needy families.

Programs & Services

College Scholarships

Each year, talented students receive scholarships from Golden Slipper to make their college education more affordable. In a time of rising costs, this much needed support allows young people to pursue higher education with less financial loan burden. LEARN MORE

Human Needs & Services

HUNAS meets the needs of hundreds of older adults that could not otherwise afford basic needs like medical equipment, food and bill payment. LEARN MORE

Annual Seder

Founded in 1933, the Passover League helps needy individuals and families celebrate the passover holiday. LEARN MORE.

Member Events

Each year Golden Slipper Club and Charities hosts events to bring membership together to support our work.  In-person events have been postponed due to COVID-19. Please check our events CALENDAR for virtual events. 

Volunteer Opportunities

Golden Slipper Club and Charities has passionate volunteers who graciously give their time to work at our Camp, help older adults with educational programming, review scholarship applications, host seders for people who would not enjoy fellowship at this important holiday without us, and many more projects each year. LEARN MORE