Penn Towne (PA) Chapter, The Links, Incorporated

Welcome to the Penn Towne (PA)
Chapter of The Links Incorporated


Celebrating Decades of Community Empowerment and Progress

As the president of our esteemed chapter of The Links, Incorporated, established in 1975 by 25 visionary women, I am honored to share with you the incredible journey we have embarked on to serve and uplift the Philadelphia area.

Over the past decades, Penn Towne has been at the forefront of driving positive change, guided by our collective mission and unwavering dedication to enhancing the lives within our diverse community. Through scholarships, mentoring initiatives, and programs focused on the arts, sciences, education, and civic engagement, we have instilled in our youth the belief that all aspirations are attainable.

One of our organization’s greatest strengths lies in the incredible diversity and wealth of perspectives our membership brings. A microcosm of our vibrant community, our membership comprises educators, healers, business leaders, legal experts, homemakers, philanthropists, educators, and entrepreneurs. This diverse tapestry of knowledge and experience amplifies our impact and allows us to address the unique needs of our community more effectively.

I am immensely proud of what we have achieved thus far, and I invite you to visit our website regularly to learn more about our transformative workshops, services projects, and fundraisers.

Thank you for your interest and support!

In friendship and service,

Kimberly Bridges-White, MD
President, Penn Towne Chapter ( PA)
The Links, Incorporated

Who We Are

The Links, Incorporated is an international, not-for-profit corporation, established in 1946. The membership consists of nearly 14,000 professional women of color in 283 chapters located in 41 states, the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. It is one of the nation’s oldest and largest volunteer service organizations of extraordinary women who are committed to enriching, sustaining and ensuring the culture and economic survival of African Americans and other persons of African ancestry.