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Three woman having lunch on a sunny day at the outside tables on Penn Avenue. Three woman having lunch on a sunny day at the outside tables on Penn Avenue. Lunchtime on Penn Avenue. Photo by John Altdorfer
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Endowments Fall 2023 Staff Advancements

In recognition of their exemplary work and dedication, Heinz Endowments staff members Christie Cawley, Ruth Hodsoll, Josie Innamorato and Michele Sullenger have been promoted, with their new positions and responsibilities effective November 1.

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Major study examining impact of equitable access to services on health outcomes of veterans

Heinz Endowments $230,000 grant supports project that addresses race, gender disparities in services provided for veterans.

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Governor Shapiro Signs Executive Order Streamlining Mental Health & Substance Use Disorder Efforts to Improve Accessibility Across the Commonwealth

The Executive Order creates a Behavioral Health Council bringing together state leaders, local governments, and community providers to develop a statewide action plan...

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Art by and for everybody: meet the Disabled Artists Creative Cohort

The newly established Disabled Artists Creative Cohort — a first-of-its-kind initiative by the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council — is aiming to make the region’s arts sector more equitable, accessible, and aligned with disability justice.

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New funding supports Pittsburgh-based artists exploring diverse heritages, bridging political differences, healing from loss

The Heinz Endowments grants recognize 16 professional artists who represent the cultural tapestry, technological skills of the region’s creative community.

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