Pearl S. Buck International, Inc.
Rating: 4.98 stars 44 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.
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
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2 people found this review helpful
I visited the Pearl S Buck’s house in Pennsylvania and was struck by the passion she had for the plight of children around the world. Through her novels she gave a voice to millions of peasants in China and reminded readers of their humanity. The volunteers at the house impressed upon the visitors the importance of preserving the history and legacy of Pearl S Buck. This legacy continues through her charitable foundation, Pearl S Buck International, which helps children across Eastern Asia get access to vital services like education.
3 people found this review helpful
Pearl S. Buck International, Inc. is a wonderful organizations that does great things to help promote tolerance worldwide, They have a museum which celebrates the life and work of Pearl Buck. They have a large contingent of dedicated volunteers. I have been to the house, gift shop, Holiday sale, and annual fundraier.
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