About Us

Since 1922, Golden Slipper Club and Charities has sought to gift our time, our treasure and our talents to those in need in the Philadelphia Region.

Contact Us

215 N. Presidential Blvd. 1st Floor
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004

Monday through Friday
9:00 AM–5:00 PM
Office
610-660-0510
Fax
610-660-0515

Golden Slipper Club and Charities

What began as a card game for good, has turned into 98 years and counting of an interfaith community who shares basic values of Community, Kindness and Relationships. Golden Slipper Club and Charities is a group of charities that serves youth and educational development through its summer Camp and College Scholarship programs, adults through HUNAS and Passover Seder and older adults through its Gems enrichment programs. Becoming a part of the Golden Slipper charitable family is a unique opportunity to spend a lifetime connected to individuals of all ages who live the values of community, loyalty and kindness to others. Whether you are interested in educating young people through our Camp’s outdoor activities, fostering lifelong friendships through shared service, or serving our aging population with classes that engage, connect and educate, there is something for everyone at Golden Slipper. Join us and become a part of almost 100 years of service!

2021–2022 Board of Trustees

Steve President

David A. Simon

Vice Presidents

Gail B. Brenner

Neil Haimm

Neil Jacobson

Dean Siegel

Michael Simon

Scott Wechsler

Treasurer

Ira Feldman

Assistant Treasurer

Nancy Gross

Secretary

Gail Rudnitsky

Sergeant-At-Arms

Brian Rosen

Trustees

Edward P. Caine

Brian Levine

David H. Levy

Chairman of the Board

Kenneth R. Gilberg

Chaplain

Rabbi Eric Yanoff

Interim Executive Director

Steve Rosenberg

Golden Slipper Gems

We inspire older adults to live independently, actively and engaged with their communities.

Golden Slipper Camp

Located in the Pocono Mountains, our overnight camp has embraced Jewish traditions and values since 1948.

Passover League of Golden Slipper

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