SERVING COMMUNITIES WITH INCREASED CAPACITY
SERVING COMMUNITIES WITH INCREASED CAPACITY
Jefferson Regional Foundation is a grantmaking foundation dedicated to investing in the health and vitality of the communities served by Jefferson Hospital in the South Hills and lower Mon Valley of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
The Mary Hillman Jennings Foundation’s mission is to improve the quality of life in Pittsburgh and southwestern Pennsylvania through strategic and thoughtful grantmaking in support of a wide range of institutions.
The Pittsburgh Foundation works to improve the quality of life in the Pittsburgh region by evaluating and addressing community issues, promoting responsible philanthropy and connecting donors to the critical needs of the community.
The Posner Foundation of Pittsburgh invests in organizations across the globe and in our own community of Pittsburgh.
We value our relationships with our partners and invest in their long-term visions.
Note that we do not accept unsolicited proposals at this time.
The Grable Foundation is guided by our mission to help children and youth become independent, caring, contributing members of society by supporting programs critical to children’s successful development.
With a focus on southwestern Pennsylvania, we seek out nonprofit partners who share our commitment to making our region the best place in the world to be — and to raise — a child.
The PNC Foundation's priority is to form partnerships with community-based nonprofit organizations in order to enhance educational opportunities, with an emphasis on early childhood education, and to promote the growth of communities through economic development initiatives.
The Foundation provides leading scientific and medical societies the resources to develop distinctive educational programs designed to improve the quality of care in resource-limited areas.
At Duquesne Light Company (DLC), we like to think we’re larger than light. For more than a century, we have been working around the clock to deliver a safe and reliable supply of electricity to our nearly 600,000 customers in Allegheny and Beaver counties.
As part of our commitment, we are investing more than $2.6 billion in infrastructure and technology upgrades between 2010 and 2020. These investments will do more than keep your lights on, they'll help keep your life on.
The Birmingham Foundation supports organizations in developing, implementing, and advancing efforts to help South Pittsburgh children birth to age eight and their families thrive through the dynamic use of grant making, information-sharing, partnering, and the leveraging of resources and assets.
Established as a family foundation in 1937, Staunton Farm Foundation exists thanks to the wishes of Matilda Staunton Craig (known as Aunt Daisie), who wanted her estate to be used to benefit people with mental illness. Following the direction set in her will and in response to current needs, Staunton Farm Foundation Trustees make grants to support treatment, services, and systems improvements for children, youth, and adults with behavioral health issues.
YWCA Greater Pittsburgh is a member of a nationally recognized movement with a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
For more than 160 years, YWCAs have positioned themselves at the forefront of the most pressing social movements. They have advocated for voting rights, civil rights, and violence protection; fought for affordable housing and pay equity; and championed health care reform. Today, YWCAs combine services and advocacy to foster change in three key areas: racial justice and civil rights, economic advancement and empowerment for women and girls, and health and safety for women and girls.
We envision a Pittsburgh Region in which all members of the Black Community are empowered and self-sufficient.
To assist the Black community in achieving self-sustaining practices, through strategic leadership, collective giving, grantmaking and advocacy. Created in the format of a Community Foundation, POISE receives funds from a variety of donors. These funds may be unrestricted, and used to support our grantmaking strategy, or donor-directed for specific charitable purposes.
The Opportunity Fund was established upon the death of Gerri Kay to continue her life’s work. An advocate for civil rights, social justice and the arts, Gerri lived her life extending herself and opportunities to others. She lived her convictions with stunning purity.
Friends described her as “the most fierce, persistent and focused proponent of civil rights and racial justice I have ever met,” “essential to the flourishing of the arts in Pittsburgh, and “exceptionally passionate about supporting young or new artists.” “The depth and breadth of her knowledge was formidable.”
The mission of the Department of Children Initiatives (DCI) is to promote equitable access to high-quality early care and education and out of school time services for all children and youth in Allegheny County.
In leading for Allegheny County’s commitment to children and youth and the programs that serve them, the Department of Children Initiatives (DCI) established three priorities areas