The Pittsburgh Foundation

Dietrich Foundation Greenville, PA Fund

Established: 2012

In 2012, the estate of the late William S. Dietrich II established three funds at The Pittsburgh Foundation to support charitable programs in the communities of Conneaut Lake, Pa., and Greenville, Pa., as well as the Pittsburgh region. The funds are: The Dietrich Foundation's Community Fund at The Pittsburgh Foundation, The Dietrich Foundation Greenville, Pa. Fund and The Dietrich Foundation Conneaut Lake, Pa. Fund.

The source of the funds was the Dietrich Charitable Trusts (DCT), which are charitable remainder trusts created by Mr. Dietrich that owned assets principally generated by the 1996 sale of Dietrich Industries. The assets of the DCT funded a new charitable organization, The Dietrich Foundation, which administers the funds earmarked for The Pittsburgh Foundation and annually transfer a portion thereof to The Pittsburgh Foundation.   

Oversight for all of Mr. Dietrich’s funds at The Pittsburgh Foundation is provided by separate advisory committees appointed by The Dietrich Foundation.

William S. Dietrich II, a former steel industry executive who died in 2012, established the fund at The Pittsburgh Foundation to support charitable programs in the community of Greenville. Read more about these grants.

Type of Fund

  • Advised