412 Food Rescue
$20,000 for outreach and expansion of their food recovery operations in the Hill District, Uptown, and West Oakland utilizing a technology platform that connects volunteers to retailers who donate surplus food.
Black Political Empowerment (B-PEP)
$50,000 to increase voter engagement, education, overall participation and turn-out of Pittsburgh’s Black community during elections.
$10,000 of COVID-19 Phase IV funding to support the student emergency fund.
Center That Cares
$35,000 to support the development of a youth and young adult entrepreneurship and workforce training program based at CARES CommuniTEA Cafe, a new community coffee shop in the Hill District.
Functional Literacy Ministry of Haiti (FLM)
$10,000 for Haiti Earthquake Relief to provide food and basic medical services.
Health Equity International
$10,000 for Haiti Earthquake Relief to evacuate injured persons from the earthquake zone and provide survivors with 24/7 emergency and surgical care and expand mobile team response to the remote areas hit hardest by the earthquake.
Hôpital Albert Schweitzer (HAS)
$10,000 for Haiti Earthquake Relief to evacuate injured persons from earthquake zone and provide survivors with 24/7 emergency and surgical care.
M-Powerhouse of Greater Pittsburgh
$150,000 over three years to introduce African American and African descent students at U-Prep Milliones School in grades 6-12 to drone technology and STEAM careers.
Neighborworks of Western Pennsylvania
$50,000 to continue the Arriving Home Loan Program, a mortgage lending program that will make homeownership more attainable by assisting renters with down payment or closing cost assistance for properties in the Hill District, Uptown, and West Oakland.
$60,000 to expand their Legacy Hill Curriculum to include STEM.
$120,000 over three years for general operating support so they can invest in the basic infrastructure of their organization.
Program to Aid Citizen Enterprise (PACE)
$73,000 to continue the Executive Coaching program (Cohort VI) providing coaching experience to African American and other people of color who are executive leaders and next level/next-generation leaders.
Shepherd’s Heart Fellowship & Veterans Home
$150,000 over three years to pilot a new, holistic mental health treatment program that incorporates healing from spiritual trauma for veterans who are experiencing or are threatened by homelessness.
Sisters Place, Inc.
$105,000 over three years for general operating support of their homeless housing programs for parents and children.
Small Seeds Development, Inc.
$35,000 for the Mother to Son Program, providing single mothers and female guardians, their male children (ages 5-18), and their sons’ siblings with emotional support, training, and workshops to build family self-sufficiency and well-being.
Strong Women, Strong Girls, Inc.
$22,500 for after-school mentoring program that links elementary school girls to college-aged women for the purpose of building skills, competence, and confidence at partner sites in the Hill District.
Venture Outdoors, Inc.
$25,000 to provide outdoor experiences to youth and families in the Hill District.