Ways to Give

“Continue investing in the strength of the Wharton experience by contributing to the Wharton Fund today.”

Michelle Claxton, WG’17

“Continue investing in the strength of the Wharton experience by contributing to the Wharton Fund today.”

Michelle Claxton, WG’17

Give by Phone

Call The Wharton Fund at +1.215.898.7868

Give by Mail

The Wharton Fund
344 Vance Hall
3733 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104.6360

Make checks payable to
“The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania”

Need further assistance in making your gift?

Please contact our Gifts Accounting Manager Philomena Rhoades at +1.215.746.2099 or email The Wharton Fund at whartonfund@wharton.upenn.edu.

Wharton’s Fiscal Year is July 1- June 30.

Matching Gifts

Don’t miss the unique opportunity to increase the impact of your giving through a matching gift program. To find out if your employer participates and learn more about how to apply a match to your Wharton Fund gift, visit Penn’s matching gifts database. Most matching gifts are made by companies employing Wharton alumni, including:

  • Bank of America
  • Deloitte & Touche LLP
  • Exxon Mobil
  • Goldman Sachs
  • Google
  • IBM
  • Microsoft
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Wells Fargo

And many more

For more information concerning the Matching Gifts Program, you can call +1.215.898.5069 or contact devgifts@dev.upenn.edu.

Giving from Outside the U.S.

If you live outside the United States and are considering a gift to Wharton, please visit Penn’s Giving from Outside the U.S. site.

If you are a taxpayer in one of the following areas, please visit our country-specific giving pages before making your gift.

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