[Warminster, PA] – Planned Parenthood Keystone (PPKeystone) is proud to announce it has received a $10,000 Immediate Response Action Fund (IRAF) grant from WOMEN’S WAY, the greater Philadelphia region’s leading non-profit dedicated to the advancement of women, girls, and gender equity. These funds will ensure access to abortion care and other sexual and reproductive services at PPKeystone’s Bucks County health centers.
PPKeystone has a commitment to provide care no matter what. Even in a pandemic, life goes on and people need access to the full range of sexual and reproductive care. The majority of patients at PPKeystone are low-income and many are uninsured. As part of the social safety net in Pennsylvania, PPKeystone provides access to populations that face systemic challenges to health care.
“Access to abortion care is a priority at Planned Parenthood Keystone. We are thrilled to partner with WOMEN’S WAY. Their commitment to advancing and protecting reproductive freedom and health care access make them ideal partners as we seek to reassure our patients that abortion care is still safe, legal, and accessible in Pennsylvania,” said Melissa Reed, CEO & President of PPKeystone, which is headquartered in Bucks County.
“Now more than ever, reproductive freedom needs to be protected. WOMEN’S WAY is proud to stand with PPKeystone in their unwavering commitment to providing a full range of reproductive health services and access to abortion care through an Immediate Response Action Fund grant,” said Diane Cornman-Levy, Executive Director of WOMEN’S WAY.
Planned Parenthood Keystone’s nine health centers in Central and Eastern Pennsylvania offer a wide range of sexual and reproductive health services, and more than 22,000 patients annually depend on Planned Parenthood Keystone for expert, affordable, and compassionate health care. You can visit ppkeystone.org to find the health center nearest you.