Break it Down: The Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Partnership

GPNP’s services unite, develop and strengthen the nonprofit sector of southwestern Pennsylvania by increasing its efficiency, viability and public recognition.

The Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Partnership enables organizations from various realms to band together to promote social progress and change.

GPNP’s services — spanning education, policy analysis and product and service discounts — unite, develop and strengthen the nonprofit sector of southwestern Pennsylvania by increasing its efficiency, viability and public recognition.

Community-focused nonprofit organizations supported by GPNP offer such services as cultural exposure, employment assistance, mental-health services and basic necessities of food and shelter.
 

2,000
The number of community-focused nonprofit organizations in Allegheny County

8.7
The percentage of overall jobs provided by community-focused nonprofit organizations in Allegheny County (equating to 106,392 jobs)

2005
The year the Forbes Fund founded the GPNP to address increasing concern that the nonprofit sector was not connected with then-current charitable tax discussions across the state.

448
The number of nonprofit organizations now affiliated with GPNP (though the number is growing).

3
Committees within the GPNP — the Advisory Team, the Public Policy Committee and the Membership Committee.

12
The number of counties invoved with GPNP, stretching across southwestern Pennsylvania.

1,300
Number of guests at GPNP’s summit in October 2015, including representatives of nonprofit organizations and government officials.
 

 

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