The Pittsburgh Foundation
New President and CEO Lisa Schroeder is excited to return to Pittsburgh and she wants to hear from you. Connect with her at president@pghfdn.org.
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Watch the video: A message from our new president


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Established in 1945, The Pittsburgh Foundation is one of the nation’s oldest community foundations and is the 14th largest of more than 750 community foundations across the United States. From the shores of the South Side, the image is of the Fort Pitt Bridge connecting to downtown Pittsburgh.
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The Power to Do Great Things


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The Center for Philanthropy is a unique resource that provides donors with opportunities to make a bigger impact with their charitable giving. Members of The Buncher Change Agents convening at The Pittsburgh Foundation focused on human-centered design and aims to develop solutions to issues, such as harassment, by involving people in every step of development.
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The Center for Philanthropy


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Kai Lewis, 6, watches a painting robot while attending "mix-up" night at Providence Connections where families dined and then played with art-making robots and stop-action animation, among other activities. Providence Connections supports 400 children and their families by providing childcare and family support services, including many single women raising a child — a focus of our organizing principle, 100 Percent Pittsburgh.
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100 Percent Pittsburgh


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Each summer, the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra (WSO) draws large crowds to their concert in St. Clair Park in Greensburg. The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County, also based in Greensburg, has provided funding to the WSO.
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The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County


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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.

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A Lasting Legacy

Carol Massaro always expected that her family's philanthropy would speed research to cure Alzheimer's Disease.