The development and analysis of numerical methods for PDEs whose formulation or interpretation is derived from an underlying geometry is a persistent challenge in numerical analysis. Examples include PDEs posed on complicated manifolds or graphs, PDEs that describe interactions across complex interfaces, and equations derived from intrinsically geometric concepts such as curvature-driven flows or highly nonlinear Monge-Ampere equations arising in optimal transport. In recent years, these PDEs have gained significance in diverse areas such as machine learning, optical design problems, meteorology, medical imaging, and beyond. Hence, the development of numerical methods for this class of PDEs is poised to lead to breakthroughs for a wide range of timely problems. However, designing methods to accurately and efficiently solve these PDEs requires careful consideration of the interactions between discretization methods, the PDE operators, and the underlying geometric properties. This workshop aims to foster new interactions and collaborations between researchers in PDEs related to geometry. The expertise of the participants will span the analysis, computational implementation, and application of these problems. This collaborative effort will facilitate the identification of key problems in the field and the development of novel discretizations that respect both the underlying geometry of the problem and the needs of current applications.