The Pittsburgh Foundation

Small and Mighty: Nabhi Christian Ministries

Children wearing coats from the Nabhi Christian Ministries Coat Drive

The Pittsburgh Foundation’s Small and Mighty program awarded Nabhi Christian Ministries a grant of $12,000 in 2019. Nabhi Christian Ministries was established in 1996 in response to the needs of families impacted by the gang violence in Pittsburgh’s black community.

Since that time, it has evolved to a more robust social service program that engages individuals and families in intensive case-management to monitor progress and provide family strengthening programs that simultaneously address parent-child relationship skills alongside economic supports to help low-income families achieve child well-being, family stability and self-sufficiency.

With this grant, Nabhi will hire two part-time staff, recruit one additional volunteer, and purchase three computers that will allow the organization to aid a greater number of families.

The nonprofit has an annual operating budget of $44,991. The Small and Mighty grants program, an outcome of the Foundation’s 100 Percent Pittsburgh organizing principle, has, as of Dec. 2019, awarded $1.25 million to nonprofit organizations with budgets of less than $600,000.

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