A donation to Teenshop, Inc.® is an investment in a future leader.

Since Teenshop was founded in 1985, more than 8,000 girls of color have been enrolled, and we’re proud that ALL of our graduates matriculate to college or professional schools. Several Teenshop alumnae, now successfully pursuing their careers, are serving as leaders in their former chapters and as board members.

Teenshop is a 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax-deductible. Our Tax ID number: 23-2614233.

Suggestions for your donation

  • Sponsor members.
  • College book scholarships.
  • Bus transportation for an activity.
  • Tickets to educational, cultural, or sports events.
  • In-Kind donations including workshop refreshments and stationery products.


Please make checks payable to: Teenshop, Inc.
Address: 1207 Chestnut Street, Suite 504, Philadelphia, PA 19107

The United Way

Our Donor Option number is: 10068. Please write that number on your United Way pledge form.

Shop at Amazonsmile

Shop at AmazonSmile and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your AmazonSmile purchases to Teenshop.

Matching Gifts

Find out if your company has a Matching Gifts program, where they will match employee contributions.

Host a fundraiser

We would be happy to discuss the opportunity for your organization or company to fundraise for Teenshop. Please contact us to share your ideas.

Teenshop Rocks!

I have seen firsthand the positive transformation that Teenshop has had on young women across the region. The program instills confidence, high expectations, academic excellence and most importantly makes connections to positive role models that preps program participants for success in college and in life.

Aldustus Jordan
Senior Vice President
Wells Fargo

Donate to Teenshop

There’s a convenient way to support Teenshop with a tax-deductible donation – Use PayPal! You do not need a PayPal account to make a donation as credit cards are accepted. We very much appreciate your support of Teenshop’s mission! Please note: PayPal page will indicate “Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition.”