Pearl S. Buck International, Inc.

Rating: 4.98 stars   44 reviews


520 Dublin Road Perkasie PA 18944 USA


Pearl S. Buck International provides opportunities to explore and appreciate other cultures, builds better lives for children around the globe and promotes the legacy of our founder by preserving and interpreting her National Historic Landmark home.

Target demographics:

Build a global community

Direct beneficiaries per year:

66,000 international families and 21,000 local program participants and visitors

Geographic areas served:

Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Korea, China, Taiwan, United States


International programs for children, educational and multicultural programs at the Pearl S. Buck House Museum and National Historic Landmark Site

2016 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Rating: 5 stars  

3 people found this review helpful

PSBI has a strong and deep mission; an outstanding staff; an impressive and dedicated Board; and results which have literally changed lives for decades. One cannot help but be moved by the success stories of women and children helped by PSBI in countless ways - through adoption, through provision of health services, through assistance with education and livelihood training, through support in orphanages, and through partnership with other countries who are building their own infrastructure to assist disenfranchised children. And in addition PSBI preserves and reinforces the legacy and homestead of a remarkable woman whose humanitarian efforts complement her luminous literary accomplishments.

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