Supporting their community was important to them and remains a steadfast commitment of Lindy Communities. Each Lindy Community prides itself on community involvement. Employees and residents work together to make a difference in their neighborhoods throughout the year.
The Lindy Foundation’s goal with this program is to transform School District of Philadelphia schoolyards from barren asphalt lots into dynamic spaces for play, learning, and community life that fits the needs of each school community.
Lindy Communities donated one million dollars to the Philadelphia Collaborative for Health Equity to help address health inequity in Philadelphia.
As the founder of Salus University’s Looking Out for Kids (LOFK) vision care charity fundraiser, one of Dr. Susan Oleszewski’s primary roles was to ensure that there were enough resources every year to provide comprehensive vision care services and eyeglasses to disadvantaged children in the region.
This week, the Malcolm Jenkins Foundation announced that it will expand its existing partnership with Drexel University’s Expressive and Creative Interaction Technologies (ExCITe) Center and Lindy Center for Civic Engagement.
Lions Pride Park is nearing its Phase 1 fundraising goal of $2 million with the help of Lindy Communities Property Management Company, which has pledged to match all new donations through Dec. 31, 2019, up to $100,000.
Legacy Youth Tennis and Education Board thanks Lindy for sponsorship of National Junior Tennis and Learning (NJTL) summer camps.
Drexel University President John A. Fry announced today that philanthropist Philip B. Lindy will receive the 2012 Joseph Jacovini Outstanding Service Award, the highest honor that the University bestows upon non-alumni in recognition of their service.