Pennsylvania Company Establishes Fund to Help Residents

We Are Apartments
May 29, 2020 · 1 min read

This content is part of a series highlighting the apartment industry’s response to the health and economic crises spurred by COVID-19 and how they are protecting and supporting their residents and their employees.

In response to the pandemic, Philadelphia-based real estate developer and property manager Pennrose has established the Resident Relief Fund. It will provide food to residents who are unable to access food safely or afford enough food to feed their families during the COVID-19 crisis. The fund will also help cover household bills and basics for residents who are experiencing financial hardships from loss of employment due to the coronavirus and who are unable to pay for essential living expenses other than food. The Pennrose Foundation is matching contributions to the fund up to $25,000.

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