Overcoming Adversity in 2018
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.
Continuing the tradition of elevating artists in Pittsburgh through the Carol R. Brown Creative Achievement Awards, legendary artistic director and producer Oskar Eustis will engage in a moderated discussion about the role and responsibility of artists in society. The conversation will be moderated by The Heinz Endowments President Grant Oliphant and will include questions from the audience.
Three organizations that uplift single women raising children got a boost totaling $28,750 from the New Philanthropic Leaders (NPL), a new group of early- and mid-career philanthropists based at The Pittsburgh Foundation.
RT @WaterLandLife: We're hoping to soon bring #bioswales or other natural #stormwater solutions to Harrison Township! The project is part o…
In October 2018, at the second annual presentation of The Pittsburgh Business Times Corporate Citizenship Award, The Pittsburgh Foundation announced an expansion of its Corporate Philanthropy Program.
PITTSBURGH, PA. NOV. 15, 2018 – Today 10 women from across the country who paint in the figurative realist style were named finalists for the $50,000 Bennett Prize, the largest art award ever offered solely to women painters.