Progressive Business Publications recognizes the responsibility and the privilege of giving back to ensure the greater good. PBP is proud to support more than 30 projects at 26 nonprofit institutions through the Progressive Business Publications Charitable Trust & Satell Family Foundation.

Just a few of our nonprofit partners include:

National Constitution Center

Ed Satell at the Naturalization Ceremony

Each year Progressive Business Publications sponsors the National Constitution Center’s Naturalization Day, welcoming the newest American citizens.
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The Franklin Institute

The Stem Scholars with Ed.

Progressive Business Publications has sponsored The Franklin Institute’s STEM Scholars Program, helping to develop high-potential high school students in under-served communities. Learn more

From the Blog:

Satell Teen Fellowship Program reveals 2014 commitment projects

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PBP celebrated the closing and presentations of the 2013-2014 Fellows' commitment projects as part of The Satell Teen Fellowship for Leadership and Student Activism Program earlier this

UConn Satell Social Entrepreneur Interns Return from Guatemala

UCONN Satell Social Entrepreneur Program

Eight weeks in Guatemala, living with a host family in a rural village.  Not a typical “study abroad” experience, the Uconn Satell Social EIP is an inspiring, empowering and rigorous initiative that

Neumann University Presents Distinguished Alumni Award to Regina Black Lennox

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On Saturday evening, October 19th, 2013, Regina Black Lennox, Class of ’77 accepted the 2013 Neumann University Distinguished Alumni Award during a gala Homecoming Celebration.  Selected from five

Cook-Wissahickon Elementary School

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Progressive Business Publication’s adoption of Cook-Wissahickon Elementary for the past 15 years has resulted in the school rising from the bottom 20% to the top 20% in test scores in the Philadelphia area. Learn More

Walnut Street Theatre

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For 10 years, Progressive Business Publications has sponsored The Walnut Street Theatre’s spring musical production, enjoyed by more than 80,000 people each year. Learn more