Nonprofit organizations are finding that Next-Gen donors crave opportunities to give of their time and talents as well as their dollars. Meet 12 young givers who are doing just that in Pittsburgh.
Founded by an heir to the Mellon fortune and still partially supported today by Pittsburgh donors, the Hôpital Albert Schweitzer Haiti celebrates 60 years of providing health care in a rural region while standing at the forefront of efforts to limit the impact of the Zika epidemic.
Nonprofit agencies employ apps, social media and new resources in technology to reach and connect donors, volunteers, and the communities who need them.
The breadth of Pittsburgh’s homegrown and dedicated charitable and service organizations goes far beyond big-name foundations and local chapters of national nonprofit bodies.
Alan Jones has dedicated the last 25 years to helping clients at the Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force.
The sale of each of these products benefits a different cause, making them perfect for holiday gifts or for pampering yourself while knowing you’re doing some good.
Thanks to some high-profile help, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's summer reading program was a smashing success.
GPNP’s services unite, develop and strengthen the nonprofit sector of southwestern Pennsylvania by increasing its efficiency, viability and public recognition.