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Grantee Amount Year
412 Food Rescue
to support 412 Food Rescue's programming and operations
$100,000 2016
Allegheny Conference on Community Development
to support the 2015-2017 Connecting People to Opportunity agenda including Workforce, Economy & Community, and Infrastructure
$175,000 2016
Allegheny Conference on Community Development
to conduct an assessment of Wilkinsburg Borough’s fiscal health and potential to operate as a viable independent unit of government into the coming decade
$25,000 2016
Allegheny Council to Improve Our Neighborhoods Housing
for capital and program support of Action Housing’s ten year plan to increase the supply of affordable and supportive housing
$1,000,000 2016
Allegheny Land Trust
to support Pittsburgh-based leaders to attend the Intersections 2016 Conference being held in Park City, Utah. Intersections 2016, presented by Grounded Solutions Network, is the only national conference dedicated to permanently affordable housing
$13,088 2016
Bike Pittsburgh, Inc.
to support the 2016 Pittsburgh Open Streets events in May, June, and July
$30,000 2016
Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation
to provide general operating support to the Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation during a time of transition
$90,000 2016
Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation
to provide support to the Bloomfield Garfield Corporation to rent a commercial space to incubate Boom Concept, an arts and creative space run by African American artist entrepreneurs on Penn Avenue in the Garfield neighborhood
$17,000 2016
Bridgeway Capital, Inc.
to supply working capital and technical assistance to Everyday Café, a social enterprise run by Bible Center Church in Homewood
$46,500 2016
Bridgeway Capital, Inc.
to support site assembly of strategic, vacant, nuisance, blighted, and underutilized properties in Hazelwood
$1,175,000 2016
Carnegie Mellon University
to support Carnegie Mellon University’s Urban Design Build Studio’s participation in PROJECT RE_, a community workshop, training facility, and fabrication center for development of larger scale prototypes from furniture to buildings
$403,598 2016
Construction Junction, Inc.
to support staffing costs, workspace expenses and business planning of construction Junction as it builds its capacity to generate earned income, fee for service and entrepreneurship opportunities using salvaged building materials
$156,075 2016
Corporate America Supports You (CASY)
to target underemployment among Pittsburgh’s Post-9/11 veterans, ensuring the population has a pipeline to family sustaining careers that appropriately match their skills, qualifications, and needs
$100,000 2016
Energy Innovation Center Institute Inc
to provide support to further develop program curricula and personnel needed to both design and administer the training of the Energy Innovation Center Institute, a 21st century career and technical center in the Hill District neighborhood
$1,000,000 2016
Enterprise Community Partners Inc
to support a study of the patterns of neighborhood change, opportunity, and displacement within the City of Pittsburgh and the development of actionable tools and strategies for investment to guide equitable growth
$29,000 2016
Fineview Citizens Council Inc
for general operating support for a small neighborhood organization to galvanize residents around a thoughtful vision rooted in keeping frail families in their neighborhood as it grows
$45,000 2016
Fineview Citizens Council Inc
for general operating support for a small neighborhood organization to galvanize residents around a thoughtful vision rooted in keeping frail families in their neighborhood as it grows
$200,000 2016
Greater Pittsburgh Office of Promotion
to underwrite the cost of a working session by planners of potential sites for a Film Entertainment Village — a fully integrated district for pre-, during and post media production and related synergistic uses
$10,000 2016
Greater Pittsburgh Office of Promotion
to cover program and general operating expenses during a transitional period for the organization and during an important period for the region’s film and media industry cluster—a cluster that accommodates diversity in its labor force
$100,000 2016
Greenfield Community Association
to employ, train, and deploy Greenfield residents to survey their neighbors, gather actionable data, create high levels of resident participation, and use the data and community interest for revitalization efforts
$47,348 2016
Growth Through Energy & Community Health
to support Growth Through Energy & Community Health as they start up and incubate Landforce, a program to simultaneously address workforce development and land stewardship needs
$175,060 2016
Hazelwood Initiative, Inc.
to advance a strategic site control strategy on Second Avenue in Hazelwood
$193,000 2016
Hosanna House, Inc.
to support a strategic economic development plan for Wilkinsburg in a two block area around Hosanna House, moving from a design concept phase to acquisition and development
$200,000 2016
Larimer Consensus Group
to assist current homeowners in Larimer in securing their equity wealth by improving the condition of their homes while attracting new working families with diverse incomes to the neighborhood
$250,000 2016
Manchester Citizens Corporation
to provide general operating support and strategic planning funds as Manchester Citizens Corporation pivots the Manchester neighborhood to economic and social sustainability
$200,000 2016
McKees Rocks Community Development Corporation
to finalize the historic restoration and reuse of the Roxian Theater, a cornerstone project of the McKees Rocks revitalization strategy
$350,000 2016
Mentors Community Wealth Building Initiative - MCWBI
to support a pilot workforce development effort in Hazelwood intended to place and retain folks with significant employment barriers in family-sustaining jobs
$35,000 2016
Millvale Library
to support a comprehensive air quality planning component of the Millvale Pivot 2.0 Ecodistrict Plan
$41,660 2016
National Clt Network
to provide technical and policy support from Grounded Solutions Network to the Mayor’s Affordable Housing Task Force to craft operational and legislative recommendations
$29,500 2016
Northside Coalition for Fair Housing
to support a two year low income housing tenant engagement, organizing, and planning project designed to support a multi-neighborhood vision, generate service enriched housing and align various Northside and city stakeholders in a comprehensive change
$175,000 2016
Operation Better Block, Inc.
for leasehold improvements to a community café social enterprise in Homewood
$45,000 2016
Pennsylvania State University
to expand the Ground Up project's capacity for growing community food assets
$190,000 2016
Pittsburgh Association for the Education of Young Children
to support a final design and construction of a series of linked play spaces in Hazelwood
$40,000 2016
Pittsburgh Community Kitchen
for general operating support of this successful culinary social enterprise
$150,000 2016
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership
to support design and facilitation services for the City of Pittsburgh’s proposal to the United States Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge
$50,000 2016
Pittsburgh Entertainment Project
for operating and project support for Pittsburgh Entertainment Project, also known as Steeltown Entrainment Project, to build the entertainment and digital media industry in Southwestern Pennsylvania and connect disadvantaged workers to various trades
$150,000 2016
Pittsburgh Hispanic Development Corporation
to support the Corporation’s project in the Beechview neighborhood to develop a business incubator, an affordable immigrant housing initiative, supportive services for retail and commercial development, and organizational capacity building
$125,000 2016
Pittsburgh Partnership for Neighborhood Development
to support the Strengthening Community Capacity for Opportunity and Hope Agenda for 2017
$300,000 2016
Pittsburgh Partnership for Neighborhood Development
for support of UrbanKind, a comprehensive resident engagement and leadership development project in the Pittsburgh’s Hilltop neighborhoods
$306,969 2016
Pittsburgh Partnership for Neighborhood Development
to help Pittsburgh achieve the values of People, Planet, Place and Performance (p4)
$400,000 2016
Pittsburgh Partnership for Neighborhood Development
to support Neighborhood Allies to work with UrbanKind to facilitate communications and a flow of information between multiple equity and sustainability initiatives in the city
$50,000 2016
Pittsburgh Partnership for Neighborhood Development
to support the hiring of a Relocation Assistance Firm to manage the relocation efforts of current Penn Plaza residents while providing them the opportunity to locate decent, safe, and affordable housing, and connecting them with social services
$50,000 2016
Pittsburgh United
to support research, community engagement, education, advocacy and staff support to the worker organizing roundtable and City’s Affordable Housing Task Force
$400,000 2016
Rocky Mountain Institute
to support the second phase of sustainable design guidance for the Almono project
$184,000 2016
Rocky Mountain Institute
to support a conceptual design workshop that RMI will host for the Pittsburgh Urban Redevelopment Authority's 200 Ross Street facility
$25,000 2016
Schenley Heights Collaborative
to provide general operating support, strategic planning and project support as Schenley Heights Collaborative pivots the Upper Hill District / Schenley Heights neighborhood to economic and social sustainability
$385,000 2016
South Side Community Council Of Pittsburgh Inc
to address the challenges facing Pittsburgh’s south side neighborhoods
$30,000 2016
Sustainable Pittsburgh
to sponsor the p4 Summit in October 2016 focused on People, Planet, Place and Performance
$228,603 2016
Team Red White & Blue Inc
to support a full time Pittsburgh based Team Red White & Blue staff member, allowing the organization to develop consistent programming to better connect and support veterans in Pittsburgh
$250,000 2016
The Forbes Funds
to pilot a scalable model of strategic neighborhood planning and implementation that builds on The Forbes Funds’ experience in capacity building with the resident-engaged Community Census process
$200,000 2016


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