PASSI,

  • AARP Purpose Prize

    CEO & Founder, Ms. Imja Choi, established Penn Asian Senior Services (PASSi) in 2004 in response to the daunting process of finding linguistically capable and culturally attuned direct care providers capable of caring for her mother at home. Over the last 15 years, PASSi has become a leading nonprofit organization in Pennsylvania dedicated to serve vulnerable, limited English proficient older adults by providing a diverse array of important services. Ms. Choi was recently recognized as one of the AARP Purpose Prize winners on November 13, 2019 in Washington D.C. at National Portrait Gallery and Smithsonian American Art Museum. This recognition exclusively illustrated her hard work and genuine devotion to promoting the wellbeing of Asian American seniors and other adults who are disadvantaged by their language and cultural barriers.

     AARP Purpose Prize winners

  • PASSi Kitchen Xpress

    “To care for those who once cared for us is one of the highest honors.” PASSi strives to be the best senior care provider in the greater Philadelphia area; not only by providing the highest quality services but also by standing beside seniors in need during a once-in-a-century event like COVID-19. As part of PASSi’s continued efforts to meet the needs of Asian American seniors during these unprecedented times, we have introduced PASSi Kitchen Xpress.

    To ensure that low-income seniors do not go hungry during the COVID-19 pandemic, PASSi Kitchen Xpress delivers free meals from our Philadelphia campus. PASSi Kitchen Xpress provides free freshly prepared, nutritionally balanced, culturally considerate meals for seniors five days per week through no-contact delivery, and curbside pick-up.

    As society has changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so have services for older Americans. Our heart-felt gratitude to supporters, partners, neighbors, and family members who are supportive and sensitive towards our delicate elderly. Through partnerships with The Barra Foundation, Philly COVID-19 Fund, The Wawa Foundation, The Montgomery County Foundation Inc, Food Connect and Philly Food Rescue we have been able to increase the capacity of PASSi Kitchen Xpress to ensure that seniors do not go hungry.

    Want to request a free meal for a senior? Call 215-572-1234 Ext. 122 or visit passi.us

     

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September 2020

 
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Sat:  8am - 2pm

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Jobs and Internships

Vietnamese Community Coordinator 

Home Health Aide - Bilingual 

(Chinese, Filipino, Hindi, Khmer, Korean, and other Asian languages)

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PASSi's Founder and Executive Director, Im Ja Choi, was honored as the keynote speaker for Penn State Abington's Fall 2014 Commencement on December 19, 2014, in front of an audience of over a thousand people. 

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