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Your search returned the following 980 grants:

Grantee Amount Description Date Fund
Allegheny Conference on Community Development $62,000

To support the Connecting People to Opportunity campaign of the Allegheny Conference.

9/12/17 Buhl
National Aviary $40,000

To connect each second-grade student on the Northside with educational programs grounded in the Aviary to increase formal and informal learning opportunities.

9/12/17 Buhl
South Hills Interfaith Movement $25,000

To provide a challenge grant to support donations to food pantry and community garden operations.

9/12/17 Buhl
Strong Women Strong Girls $25,000

To build mentoring capacity for this afterschool program for girls in at-risk neighborhoods in grades three through five within Allegheny County.

9/12/17 Buhl
The Door Campaign $25,000

To support an innovative STEM-based curriculum to advance Aquaponics on the Northside of Pittsburgh.

9/12/17 Buhl
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $12,500

To support festival activities undertaken by the Cultural Trust to make Pittsburgh a more vibrant and family-friendly community.

9/12/17 Buhl
Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council $10,000

To support public art in Northview Heights through a two-year artist residency with the United Somali Bantu of Greater Pittsburgh.

9/12/17 Buhl
Forbes Funds/Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Partnership $5,000

To support the Equity and Innovation Summit 2017.

9/12/17 Buhl
Pittsburgh Schiller STEAM Academy 6-8 $5,000

To support the Arts and Bots project.

9/12/17 Buhl
Carnegie Institute $5,000

To support a series of community conversations designed to learn more about the changing and diverse needs of residents, so that the museums can adapt and respond.

9/12/17 Buhl
Consortium for Public Education $25,000

To provide professional development/teacher training in career preparation for teachers and career exploration/preparation opportunities for students.

9/12/17 Frick
ASSET $15,000

To provide scholarships to Northside teachers to participate in STEM professional development training.

9/12/17 Frick
Nine Mile Run $10,000

To pilot a reconfigured Environmental Education program that will enable young people to explore the role of the citizen scientist by applying concepts learned in the classroom to the study and care of the Nine Mile Run stream and watershed.

9/12/17 Frick
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank $150,000

For continued support of a Northside-wide feeding program to alleviate hunger in school-aged children.

6/14/17 Buhl
Foundation of HOPE $75,000

To implement a diversion program on the Northside for nonviolent offenders, providing support and partnerships to decrease the participant's likelihood of reoffending.

6/14/17 Buhl
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh $40,000

To connect every third grade student on the Northside with educational programs in the Carnegie Library to increase formal and informal learning opportunities.

6/14/17 Buhl
Northside Community Development Fund $40,000

To expand a façade enhancement program as a business revitalization strategy in the Northside.

6/14/17 Buhl
Grow Pittsburgh $35,000

To support a community gardening program in the Northview Heights neighborhood.

6/14/17 Buhl
Pittsburgh Foundation $30,000

To continue Buhl's participation in a pooled fund supporting the partnership between Allegheny County Department of Human Services and the foundation community for addressing human service needs in Allegheny County.

6/14/17 Buhl
City of Asylum $25,000

To present cultural programming at Alphabet City to Northside families and youth.

6/14/17 Buhl
Manchester Youth Development Center $25,000

To offer Northside youth the opportunity to learn, create, exercise and socialize in a safe, familiar and convenient location.

6/14/17 Buhl
Steeltown Entertainment $25,000

To develop and implement a Northside Television Learning Lab.

6/14/17 Buhl
Northside Leadership Conference $20,000

To support neighborhood outreach activities that are entertaining, family-friendly, and foster economic and community development.

6/14/17 Buhl
YouthPlaces $20,000

To support a capacity building initiative for this Northside-based youth development program.

6/14/17 Buhl
Brother's Brother Foundation $10,000

To assist this Northside-based humanitarian aid organization in building capacity and identifying development opportunities.

6/14/17 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, University Center for Social and Urban Research $10,000

To support a sustainability plan for the Western Pennsylvania Regional Data Center.

6/14/17 Buhl
POISE $2,500

To support Northside police and residents in participating in the Ussie Summer Games, a community and police field day event.

6/14/17 Buhl
World Affairs Council $25,000

To support a Global Leadership Certificate Program at Perry High School.

6/14/17 Frick
Sprout Fund $125,000

To implement a grant program on the Northside to encourage neighborhood and citizen participation in community projects.

4/19/17 Buhl
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy $29,276

To provide opportunities for each Northside fifth-grade student to experience parks and greenspaces in their neighborhoods.

4/19/17 Buhl
Neighborhood Allies $25,000

To assist struggling individuals and families through support of a Financial Opportunity Center on the Northside. 

4/19/17 Buhl
Lawrenceville Corportation $21,000

To support the first Community Land Trust in the City of Pittsburgh. 

4/19/17 Buhl
Pittsburgh Leadership Foundation $13,000

To support leadership development for Northside executives by encouraging both personal and organizational capacity development. 

4/19/17 Buhl
All Star Code $10,000

To support the one-year expansion pilot to the Pittsburgh area.

4/19/17 Buhl
United Methodist Church Union $10,000

To support a summer meals program for underserved youth in the Northview Heights section of the Northside.

4/19/17 Buhl
Pittsburgh Perry High School $5,000

To support a community day and the positive behavior program at Perry High School. 

4/19/17 Buhl
Carnegie Institute / Carnegie Science Center $5,000

To support the One Northside Parent Support Action Team in launching Parent Universtiy and Job Fair. 

4/19/17 Buhl
Doors Open Pittsburgh $5,000

To educate and stimulate the exploration and appreciation of Pittsburgh's architecture, history and design heritage, by providing behind-the-scenes access to significant buildings across the City's diverse neighborhoods and business districts. 

4/19/17 Buhl
Pittsburgh Cares $5,000

To provide leadership development, serving learning, and community engagement opportunities to underserved middle school students on the Northside.

4/19/17 Buhl
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh $250,000

To support the Museum Lab Capital Campaign expanding the Cultural campus by creating a National Center for Excellence and Design.

2/15/17 Buhl
United Way of Allegheny County $130,000

To continue supporting a coordinated system of school-based and afterschool activities on the Northside that enables young people to successfully transition into productive careers.

2/15/17 Buhl
WQED $50,000

To support a new six-part broadcast series entitled Rick Sebak's Pittsburgh Stories.

2/15/17 Buhl
Bike Pittsburgh $30,000

To support "Open Streets" on Pittsburgh's Northside to further tourism and fun, healthy activities for Northside residents and visitors. 

2/15/17 Buhl
Pittsburgh Botanic Garden $25,000

To support educational programming for Northside children to visit the Garden in 2017 and 2018.

2/15/17 Buhl
NeighborWorks Western Pennsylvania $20,000

To expand Fund My Future, an established student savings program, to Northside schools

2/15/17 Buhl
Landforce $15,000

To enable the stewardship of ongoing Northside environmental projects and Northside resident participation on 2017 crews. 

2/15/17 Buhl
Student Conservation Association $15,000

To recruit a Riverview Park Crew to construct a trail from Brighton Heights into Riverview Park.

2/15/17 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, University Center for Social and Urban Research $14,236

To provide Northside residents with training that will demonstrate the many uses of Southwestern PA Community Profiles.

2/15/17 Buhl
Center for Public Justice $10,000

To support Northside resident participation in the Community Institute for Education.

2/15/17 Buhl
Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO) $5,000

To support the 2017 Leading Change Conference which will be held in Pittsburgh.

2/15/17 Buhl
Pennsylvania Downtown Center $5,000

To support scholarships for Northside residents to attend the 2017 National Main Street Now! Conference.

2/15/17 Buhl
Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania $50,000

For two-year support of educational programming that complements exhibits focusing on the history of Western Pennsylvania.

2/15/17 Frick
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy $90,000

To develop a master plan update for Allegheny Commons. 

12/14/16 Buhl
New Sun Rising $75,000

To support outreach to community members exploring business and entrepreneurial opportunities as part of an innovation strategy on Pittsburgh's Northside. 

12/14/16 Buhl
The Mattress Factory $50,000

To support the early planning of a capital campaign to provide funding for a permanent Skyspace by James Turrell, increased visitor parking, and increased museum staff to serve a growing audience. 

12/14/16 Buhl
Steel Rivers Council of Governments $50,000

To support the creation of the Tri County Council of Governments (Tri-COG) Land Bank designed to address blight by transitioning abandoned properties to beneficial reuse, initially in the Mon Valley and eastern suburbs region. 

12/14/16 Buhl
Carnegie Institute / Carnegie Science Center (CSC) $40,000

To connect every fourth-grade student on the Northside with educational programs grounded in the Science Center to increase formal and informal learning opportunities. 

12/14/16 Buhl
Children's Museum $40,000

To connect every first grader on the Northside with educational programs grounded in the Children's Museum to increase formal and informal learning opportunities. 

12/14/16 Buhl
Carnegie Institute and Andy Warhol Museum $30,000

To connect middle school students on the Northside with educational programs grounded in the Warhol Museum to increase formal and informal learning opportunities. 

12/14/16 Buhl
Carnegie Mellon University - Girls of Steel $25,000

To empower women and girls in the pursuit of STEM by exemplifying female success in robotics. 

12/14/16 Buhl
Forbes Funds and GPNP $25,000

To provide support for advocacy on issues impacting the nonprofit community and provide seed funding for the Catalyst Fund. 

12/14/16 Buhl
Radiant Hall $25,000

To support Radiant Hall's operating capacity while building the foundation for their continued success on the Northside. 

12/14/16 Buhl
Women and Girls Foundation of Southwest Pennsylvania $25,000

To support the Femisphere initiative aimed at decreasing poverty rates and increasing economic security of single mothers living and working in the Pittsburgh metro area. 

12/14/16 Buhl
Pittsburgh Association for the Education of Young Children $24,800

To support the coordination and leveraging of resources in order to develop quality early learning experiences for Northside children. 

12/14/16 Buhl
Friends of the Riverfront $20,000

To support strategic trail improvement of a vegetative swale along the Chateau section of the Three Rivers Heritage Trail on the Northside of Pittsburgh. 

12/14/16 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Office of Child Development $6,000

To conduct a transition planning process to inform the future direction of OCD and to prepare for significant senior leadership changes likely to take place in the next few years. 

12/14/16 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, White House Frontiers Conference $5,000

To support a White House Summit to be held in Pittsburgh and hosted jointly by Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh.

12/14/16 Buhl
Remake Learning Council $2,500

To support Remake Learning Days as an effort to stimulate learning innovation in Western Pennsylvania. 

12/14/16 Buhl
Design Center Pittsburgh $100,000

To undertake a real estate market study to inform partners in the community around place based investing while protecting affordable housing.

9/14/16 Buhl
Pennsylvania Resources Council $75,000

To continue leading a community-based effort to develop a Northside-focused anti-litter and recycling campaign in partnership with Allegheny Cleanways.

9/14/16 Buhl
Allegheny Conference on Community Development $62,000

To support the Agenda Development Fund.

9/14/16 Buhl
Pittsburgh Foundation / Allegheny County Health Department $50,000

For Buhl's continued participation in a pooled fund supporting the partnership between Allegheny County Health Department and the foundation community for addressing public health needs in Allegheny County, over two years. 

9/14/16 Buhl
GTECH $50,000

To further develop a trail system connecting the neighborhoods of Pittsburgh's Northside.

9/14/16 Buhl
Urban League of Pittsburgh $50,000

To continue support of the Black Male Leadership Development Institute (BMLDI) as it seeks to develop young African American leaders in Western Pennsylvania.

9/14/16 Buhl
National Aviary $40,000

To connect each second-grade student attending a Northside school with educational programs grounded in the Aviary to increase formal and informal learning opportunities.

9/14/16 Buhl
Vibrant Pittsburgh $35,000

To continue Buhl's support of a broad-based community collaborative to increase diversity in Western Pennsylvania.

9/14/16 Buhl
Holy Family Institute $33,800

For support to expand the Stop Now and Plan (SNAP) Program to the Northside.

9/14/16 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Institute of Politics $30,000

To improve regional planning efforts that address complex problems and to continue the work of the Criminal Justice Task Force.

9/14/16 Buhl
Western Pennsylvania Conservancy $25,000

To support efforts to adapt to the needs of next generation donors.

9/14/16 Buhl
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $12,500

To support festival activities that make Pittsburgh a more vibrant and family-friendly community.

9/14/16 Buhl
Manchester Citizens Corporation $2,500

For development of a book chronicling the life of civil rights activist Reverend James J. Robinson

9/14/16 Buhl
A+ Schools $50,000

To provide parents and students with resources and opportunities to become involved in school improvement efforts, over two years. 

9/14/16 Frick
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank $200,000

For continued support of a Northside-wide feeding program to alleviate hunger in school-aged children.

6/15/16 Buhl
The Design Center $50,000

To undertake planning in support of a Northside real estate market study to inform partners in the community around place based investing while protecting affordable housing.

6/15/16 Buhl
Urban Innovation21 $50,000

To staff a public-private partnership to advance a Creative Industries Corridor on the Northside.

6/15/16 Buhl
Chatham University $30,000

To utilize University and student assets to improve the One Northside food distribution program and to address food insecurity on the Northside.

6/15/16 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Foundation $30,000

To continue Buhl's participation in a pooled fund supporting the partnership between Allegheny County Department of Human Services and the foundation community for addressing human service needs in Allegheny County.

6/15/16 Buhl
Thrill Mill Inc. $25,000

For two-year support for innovative technology planning and presentations to further the Quality of Place focus of the One Northside initiative.

6/15/16 Buhl
New Hope for Neighborhood Renewal $20,000

To assist this Northside-based organization in its neighborhood outreach as it seeks to expand workforce development opportunities for young people.

6/15/16 Buhl
Riverlife $20,000

To support a planning and feasibility study for Northside riverfront development.

6/15/16 Buhl
Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience (PULSE) $16,500

To utilize a PULSE Fellow to support the One Northside initiative.

6/15/16 Buhl
Center of Life $10,000

To assist in efforts to build capacity and expand youth outreach programs to children at risk in underserved neighborhoods.

6/15/16 Buhl
Pennsylvania Women Work $10,000

To provide training and employment services to economically disadvantaged families as part of the Quality of Employment strategy of the One Northside initiative.

6/15/16 Buhl
Reading is Fundamental Pittsburgh $10,000

To support strategic planning for a key Northside partner.

6/15/16 Buhl
YouthPlaces $10,000

To support a capacity building initiative for this Northside-based youth development program.

6/15/16 Buhl
Bethany House Academy $7,500

To support outreach to young people in the Northview Heights neighborhood of the Northside.

6/15/16 Buhl
Moving the Lives of Kids (MLK) Arts Center $15,000

For three-year support for mural projects that build community spirit and skills in young people on Pittsburgh's Northside.

6/15/16 Frick
New Hazlett Center for the Performing Arts $10,000

For two-year support for this Northside cultural institution as it expands its educational outreach to public school students.

6/15/16 Frick
The Sprout Fund $200,000

To implement a grant program on the Northside to encourage neighborhood and citizen participation in a unified vision for community improvement.

4/20/16 Buhl
United Way of Allegheny County $147,150

To support a stipend-based program to encourage community participation in One Northside education efforts.

4/20/16 Buhl
GTECH Strategies $50,000

To further develop a trail system connecting the neighborhoods of Pittsburgh's Northside

4/20/16 Buhl
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh $40,000

To connect every third grade student on the Northside with educational programs grounded in the Carnegie Library to increase formal and informal learning opportunities.

4/20/16 Buhl
Grow Pittsburgh $35,000

To support a community gardening program in the Northview Heights neighborhood of the Northside

4/20/16 Buhl
Bike Pittsburgh $30,000

To support "Open Streets" on Pittsburgh's Northside to further tourism and fun, healthy activities for Northsiders.

4/20/16 Buhl
Community College of Allegheny County $25,000

To undertake creation of a new Early Childhood STEM Center at CCAC on the Northside.

4/20/16 Buhl
Neighborhood Allies $25,000

To assist struggling individuals and families through support of a Financial Opportunity Center on the Northside.

4/20/16 Buhl
Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience (PULSE) $25,000

To support a Northside-based expansion project to build capacity in not-for-profits through service leadership and volunteerism.

4/20/16 Buhl
Urban Impact Foundation $25,000

To support outreach to Northside students as they transition to college or career opportunities.

4/20/16 Buhl
Light of Life Ministries $20,000

To support coordination of Northside service providers to enhance efficiency and effectiveness.

4/20/16 Buhl
Northside Community Development Fund $20,000

To pilot a facade enhancement program as a business revitalization strategy in Northside business districts.

4/20/16 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Joseph M. Katz College of Business Administration $12,000

To support a partnership between Pitt and the One Northside initiative to enable business student participation in community initiatives.

4/20/16 Buhl
Amachi Pittsburgh $10,000

To build capacity as this organization reaches out to children of incarcerated parents.

4/20/16 Buhl
United Methodist Church Union $10,000

To support a summer feeding program for underserved youth in the Northview Heights section of the Northside.

4/20/16 Buhl
The Consortium for Public Education $6,500

To support a teacher-led professional development opportunity for Northside educators. 

4/20/16 Buhl
City of Asylum $5,000

To support a national writers' conference in Pittsburgh that will also highlight the Northside.

4/20/16 Buhl
East Allegheny Community Council $5,000

To support neighborhood outreach activities on the Northside that are entertaining, family-friendly and foster economic and community development.

4/20/16 Buhl
Fine Art Miracles $5,000

To support an innovative program that reaches out to fragile residents with enduring solutions for an underserved population.

4/20/16 Buhl
Pittsburgh Leadership Foundation $5,000

To support leadership development for Northside executives by encouraging both personal and organizational capacity to grow, thrive and deliver excellent programs in the community.

4/20/16 Buhl
National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) $2,500

To support a regional gathering of law enforcement officers on Pittsburgh's Northside while improving the safety of local neighborhoods.

4/20/16 Buhl
Remake Learning Council $2,500

To support Remake Learning Days as an effort to stimulate learning innovation in Western Pennsylvania.

4/20/16 Buhl
Allegheny College $30,000

Three-year grant to support Creek Connections, a creative partnership between Allegheny College and area high schools to advance hands-on, inquiry-based natural science education.

4/20/16 Frick
Higher Achievement Pittsburgh $30,000

To provide support for an innovative afterschool program with a proven track record of raising the academic proficiency of underserved middle school students.

4/20/16 Frick
The Mattress Factory $30,000

To connect middle school students on the Northside with educational programs grounded in the Mattress Factory to increase formal and informal learning opportunities.

4/20/16 Frick
BMe $75,000

To empower young men of color on Pittsburgh's Northside to become leaders in a community-driven strategy.

2/1/16 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs $30,000

To assist CONNECT as it works to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of local municipal governance.

2/1/16 Buhl
New Hazlett Center for the Performing Arts $25,000

To support this cultural institution as a hub for community activities in its Northside home.

2/1/16 Buhl
Family Resources $20,000

To support capacity building for Family Resources' mission of preventing and treating child abuse by strenthening families and neighborhoods.

2/1/16 Buhl
YouthPlaces $10,000

To support a capacity building initiative for this Northside-based youth development program.

2/1/16 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Foundation $5,000

To participate in a funder's coalition to study and implement actions to address homelessness in Allegheny County.

2/1/16 Buhl
Northside Coalition for Fair Housing $75,000

To further a pilot program to divert targeted young people in Northside housing communities away from criminal activity to opportunities for a better life.

12/11/15 Buhl
Carnegie Institute/Andy Warhol Museum $30,000

To connect middle school students on the Northside with educational programs grounded in the Warhol Museum to increase formal and informal learning opportunities.

12/11/15 Buhl
Radiant Hall $30,000

To support a residency program for working artists on Pittsburgh's Northside as a stategy to expand the creative industries.

12/11/15 Buhl
Women's Center and Shelter $25,000

To support outreach to women and children in at-risk situations as a regional strategy to improve quality of life.

12/11/15 Buhl
North Side Cultural Collaborative and Northside/Northshore Chamber of Commerce $21,000

To further an initiative that works closely with the business community to engage Northside employers with the hope of improving employment opportunities for young people of the Northside.

12/11/15 Buhl
Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern Pennsylvania $50,000

For two-year support of expansion of school-based mentoring on the Northside of Pittsburgh and beyond.

12/11/15 Frick
Allies for Children $25,000

To support an initiative that values crossing guards and trains them as mentors for young people as a collaborative strategy to improve public schools.

12/11/15 Frick
Steeltown Entertainment Project $25,000

To develop and implement a multi-media program at Perry High School that can potentially translate into career opportunities for Northside students.

11/2/15 Buhl
YouthPlaces $10,000

To support a Northside-based workforce development initiative, in the food industry, for at-risk youth.

11/2/15 Buhl
North Side Christian Health Center $5,000

To create greater community awareness about affordable primary care services through an updated website and social media presence for this Northside facility.

11/2/15 Buhl
Digital Promise $1,000

To support innovation in public schoosl through the League of Innovative Schools Fall 2015 Meeting in Pittsburgh.

11/2/15 Buhl
New Sun Rising $80,585

To support outreach to community members exploring business and entrepreneurial opportunities as part of an innovation strategy on Pittsburgh's Northside.

9/11/15 Buhl
WQED $75,000

To support a new documentary in Rick Sebak's Pittsburgh History Series.

9/11/15 Buhl
Allegheny Conference on Community Development $62,000

To support the Agenda Development Fund to advance the economic competitiveness of Western Pennsylvania.

9/11/15 Buhl
Urban League of Pittsburgh $50,000

To continue support of the Black Male Leadership Development Institute (BMLDI) as it seeks to develop young Aftican American leaders in Western Pennsylvania.

9/11/15 Buhl
Community College of Allegheny County $50,000

To support a study to test the feasibility of a new workforce development facility on Pittsburgh's Northside.

9/11/15 Buhl
National Aviary Pittsburgh $40,000

To connect each second-grade student on the Northside with educational programs grounded in the Aviary to increase formal and informal learning opportunities.

9/11/15 Buhl
Carnegie Science Center $40,000

To connect every fourth grader on the Northside with educational programs grounded in the Science Center to increase formal and informal learning opportunities.

9/11/15 Buhl
Vibrant Pittsburgh $35,000

To continue Buhl's support of a broad-based community collaborative to increase diversity in Western Pennsylvania.

9/11/15 Buhl
Pittsburgh Association for the Education of Young Children (PAEYC) $30,000

To support the coordination and leveraging of resources in order to develop quality early learning experiences for Northside children.

9/11/15 Buhl
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh $22,000

To connect every first grader on the Northside with educational programs grounded in the Children's Museum to increase formal and informal learning opportunities.

9/11/15 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Institute of Politics $20,000

To improve regional planning efforts that address complex problems in an effort to improve the Western Pennsylvania region.

9/11/15 Buhl
The Door Campaign (Poise Foundation as fiscal intermediary) $15,000

To support an innovative STEM-based curriculum for Northside students to advance Aquaponics on the Northside of Pittsburgh.

9/11/15 Buhl
Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience (PULSE) $15,000

To support research into a coordinanted real estate development strategy on the Northside that insures affordable housing is always a part of the One Northside community plan.

9/11/15 Buhl
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $12,500

To support festival activities that make Pittsburgh a more vibrant and family-friendly community.

9/11/15 Buhl
Manchester Citizens Corporation $12,500

To support the acquisition of a key historic building on the Northside to preserve a unique regional asset.

9/11/15 Buhl
Family Tyes $10,000

To preserve youth development opportunities on the Northside and elsewhere as part of an organizational merger plan with the YMCA.

9/11/15 Buhl
Homeless Children's Education Fund $5,000

To support a unique opportunity to advocate on behalf of children experiencing homelessness in Allegheny County and beyond.

9/11/15 Buhl
Three Rivers Community Foundation $5,000

To support a special fund created in honor of Linda Dickerson, to advance disability-related projects.

9/11/15 Buhl
Saturday Light Brigade $45,000

Three-year grant to continue Saturday Light Brigade's partnership with Northside schools to use radio and audio programs to develop communication skills in young people.

9/11/15 Frick
Carnegie Science Center $45,000

Three-year grant to support programs for students in grades 5-12 including SciTech Days, Pittsburgh Regional Science and Engineering Fair, Future City Competition and National Engineers Week.

9/11/15 Frick
Artists Image Resource $30,000

Three-year grant to support this Northside-based, artist run nonprofit printmaking studio to further a dynamic learning environment for middle and high school students.

9/11/15 Frick
Attack Theatre $30,000

Three-year grant to develop a residency program on Pittsburgh's Northside that integrates dance into creative thinking and lesson planning.

9/11/15 Frick
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre $30,000

Three-year grant to support arts education curriculum materials and training for area teachers as part of the student matinee series

9/11/15 Frick
Pittsburgh Musical Theater $30,000

Three-year grant to support matinees for public schools serving economically disadvantaged students.

9/11/15 Frick
Pittsburgh Opera $30,000

Three-year grant to support the Opera's K-12 education programs which include a rigorous year-long workshop for teachers.

9/11/15 Frick
Pittsburgh Public Theater $30,000

Three-year grant to enable underserved public school students to attend the "Open Stage" productions with the goal of improving critical thinking and discussion skills.

9/11/15 Frick
Pittsburgh Symphony Society $30,000

Three-year grant to support the education outreach of the Schooltime program for teachers and students for performance years 2016 through 2018.

9/11/15 Frick
Quantum Theatre $30,000

Three-year grant to support an educational theater program for teachers and students in economically disadvantaged public schools.

9/11/15 Frick
River City Brass $30,000

Three-year grant to support a collaboration with Pittsburgh Public Schools to provide instrumental and musical enrichment programs for PPS students.

9/11/15 Frick
Saltworks Theatre Company $30,000

Three-year grant to support educational plays and related materials on bullying and drug and alcohol abuse prevention presented to Pittsburgh Public School students.

9/11/15 Frick
Squonk Opera $30,000

Three-year grant to support STEAM outreach and other educational activities for public school students to enhance creativity and music appreciation.

9/11/15 Frick
Advancing Academics $30,000

Three-year grant to improve economic opportunities for low income, high achieving students by enabling them to successfully pursue higher education.

9/11/15 Frick
The Education Partnership $30,000

Three-year grant to support The Education Partnership in its efforts to provide free resources for teachers and their students in at-risk neighborhoods.

9/11/15 Frick
Prime Stage Theater $18,000

Three-year grant for support of a literacy enhancement program through drama education in middle and high schools.

9/11/15 Frick
Associated Artists of Pittsburgh $15,000

Three-year grant to provide public school students in Allegheny County the opportunity to work side-by-side with professional artists while learning about the challenges and rewards of a career in the visual arts.

9/11/15 Frick
Bricolage Production Company $15,000

Three-year grant for support for outreach to area schools through creative radio play for middle school students.

9/11/15 Frick
City Theatre Company $15,000

Three-year grant to support City Theatre's Young Playwright's Program in Pittsburgh Public Schools.

9/11/15 Frick
Carnegie Mellon University $15,000

Three-year grant to improve the teaching and learning of music in urban school districts.

9/11/15 Frick
Frick Art and Historical Center $15,000

Three-year grant to support teacher workshops providing new ways to integrate art, history and science into the K-12 curriculum.

9/11/15 Frick
Opera Theater of Pittsburgh $15,000

Three-year grant for support of educational outreach and production of artistic works for students in underserved communities.

9/11/15 Frick
Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre $15,000

Three year grant to support outreach to underserved public schools in the region with the goal of increasing student connection to classical literature through theater.

9/11/15 Frick
Silk Screen $15,000

Three-year grant to support educational programming that can be a model for cultural awareness and diversity sensitivity in area schools.

9/11/15 Frick
Global Solutions Pittsburgh $15,000

Three-year grant to support student outreach programs in Western Pennsylvania with an intent to expand service and global awareness.

9/11/15 Frick
The Pittsburgh Chess Club $15,000

Three-year grant for chess activities to improve critical thinking for the Pittsburgh Public School students.

9/11/15 Frick
World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh $15,000

Three-year grant to support the Summer Institute for Teachers: Teaching Contemporary Global Issues in order to advance international awareness.

9/11/15 Frick
JFilm: The Pittsburgh Jewish Film Forum $6,000

Three-year grant to support "Teen Screen", a program presenting films that encourage cultural diversity and tolerance to middle and high school students.

9/11/15 Frick
Chatham Baroque $12,000

Three-year grant to support the Peanut Butter & Jam Sessions, informal concerts for preschool children and their parents.

9/11/15 McCreery
Pittsburgh School for the Choral Arts $12,000

Three-year grant to provide musical exploration and performance opportunities to students in afterschool programs in at-risk communities.

9/11/15 McCreery
Pittsburgh Youth Chorus $9,000

Three-year grant to support expansion of this well-regarded choral program to a broader group of students.

9/11/15 McCreery
Allegheny Historic Preservation Society, Inc. $6,000

Three-year grant to support a Northside-based musical outreach in the historic Calvary United Methodist Church.

9/11/15 McCreery
Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra $6,000

Three-year grant to build and grow the Chamber Music Program with increased participants and increased performances.

9/11/15 McCreery
Three Rivers Young People's Orchestras $6,000

Three-year grant to support and grow the Youth Chamber Music Program.

9/11/15 McCreery
Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra $6,000

Three-year grant to support the Young People's Concerts for Westmoreland County public school students.

9/11/15 McCreery
Woodlands Foundation $6,000

Three-year grant to support this organization's musical outreach to children faced with disability and chronic illness.

9/11/15 McCreery
Pittsburgh Youth Concert Orchestra $4,500

Three-year grant to provide support for the Pittsburgh Youth Concert Orchestra to expand its outreach to under-resourced youth.

9/11/15 McCreery
Carnegie Science Center $1,000,000

To support the Campaign to expand this Northside institution and historic Buhl partner.

6/17/15 Buhl
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank $250,000

For support of a Northside-wide feeding program to alleviate hunger in school-aged children.

6/17/15 Buhl
United Way of Allegheny County $175,000

To support a coordinated system of school-based and afterschool activities on the Northside that enables young people to successfully transition into productive careers.

6/17/15 Buhl
Riverlife $150,000

For three-year support to help build capacity in this important civic organization as it endeavors to enhance Pittsburgh's riverfronts as an asset for all.

6/17/15 Buhl
Pennsylvania Resources Council $108,500

To lead a community-based effort to develop a Northside-focused anti-litter and recycling campaign.

6/17/15 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Foundation $30,000

To continue Buhl's participation in a pooled fund supporting the partnership between Allegheny County Department of Human Services and the foundation community for addressing human service needs in Allegheny County.

6/17/15 Buhl
Venture Outdoors $30,000

For two-year continued support of innovative recreational activites and leadership development targeting at-risk populations on the Northside.

6/17/15 Buhl
Carnegie Mellon University $25,000

To pilot an interactive database of rental properties on the Northside as a strategy to advance improved housing conditions.

6/17/15 Buhl
Children's Home of Pittsburgh $25,000

To support outreach and services for medically fragile children and their families.

6/17/15 Buhl
George Junior Republic $20,000

To support expansion of education facilities to increase competence in the skilled trades of youth in at-risk situations.

6/17/15 Buhl
Northside Leadership Conference $18,085

To support planning efforts to make pedestrian and bike-friendly connections into Northside neighborhoods.

6/17/15 Buhl
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Metro Urban Institute $15,584

To support One Northside outreach to houses of worship on Pittsburgh's Northside.

6/17/15 Buhl
National Math and Science Initiative $10,000

To support professional development for teachers at Perry High School on the Northside.

6/17/15 Buhl
United Methodist Church Union $10,000

To support a summer feeding program for underserved youth in the Northview Heights section of the Northside.

6/17/15 Buhl
Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf $10,000

To expand a program that provides the latest STEM technology training to hearing-impaired students.

6/17/15 Buhl
GTECH Strategies / Carnegie Mellon University / Chatham University / Pennsylvania State University $144,500

For support of an asset mapping project on the Northside in order to better connect neighborhoods through investigation of a coordinated trail system.

4/15/15 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Foundation/African American Cultural Center $125,000

For three-year support for preservation of the building and mission of the former August Wilson Center and support of African American arts and culture.

4/15/15 Buhl
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh $100,000

To support economic development and informal learning opportunities for young people while building capacity for the creative industries on Pittsburgh's Northside.

4/15/15 Buhl
City of Asylum $100,000

To support outreach activities for the new Literary Center on Pittsburgh's Northside which will serve as a community revitalization anchor.

4/15/15 Buhl
The Fred Rogers Company $50,000

To support a partnership with the Carnegie Science Center to develop an age appropriate curriculum for summer learning.

4/15/15 Buhl
KaBOOM! $40,000

For support of a playground at Morrow Pittsburgh Public Elementary School in Brighton Heights on the Northside.

4/15/15 Buhl
Pittsburgh Gateways / YouthPlaces $25,000

To assist in a pilot program connecting at-risk youth from the Northside to career pathway opportunities.

4/15/15 Buhl
Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Experience (PULSE) $25,000

To support year two of a Northside-based expansion to build capacity in not-for-profits through service leadership and volunteerism.

4/15/15 Buhl
Project Destiny $25,000

To acquire, improve and increase the capacity of a neighborhood-based preschool Learning Center in an underserved Northside neighborhood.

4/15/15 Buhl
Providence Connections $25,000

To build capacity in providing services to youth in at-risk situations on the Northside.

4/15/15 Buhl
Urban Redevelopment Authority $25,000

To repair and reinstall the Garden Theater sign as a tribute to neighborhood revitalization effors.

4/15/15 Buhl
Urban Impact Foundation $25,000

To support outreach to Northside students as they transition to college or career opportunities.

4/15/15 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Project $25,000

To help build capacity in outreach to underserved youth on the Northside.

4/15/15 Buhl
YouthPlaces $20,000

To support a summer violence prevention program in Allegheny County's most at-risk neighborhoods.

4/15/15 Buhl
Adonai Center for Black Males $15,000

To support continued development of a mentoring program for African American males on Pittsburgh's Northside.

4/15/15 Buhl
Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center $15,000

To support capacity building in this new Northside-based arts and culture program as it seeks to build youth-related and community programming.

4/15/15 Buhl
Zelienople Historical Society $12,500

To support renovation of the original Buhl homestead.

4/15/15 Buhl
Riverlife $7,500

To support a national search for the new leader of this key organization in the revitalization of Pittsburgh, including the North Shore.

4/15/15 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, University Center for Social and Urban Research $1,000

To support the 2015 National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership Meeting held in Pittsburgh.

4/15/15 Buhl
City Theatre Company, Inc. $5,000

To support City Theatre's Young Playwright's Program in public schools in Western Pennsylvania.

4/15/15 Frick
Moving the Lives of Kids Arts Center $5,000

To support mural projects that build community spirit and skills in young people on Pittsburgh's Northside.

4/15/15 Frick
Urban Innovation21 $50,000

To prepare two studies in support of a Northside accelerator, one that benchmarks innovation strategies in other cities, and a second that inventories real estate availability on the Northside.

2/11/15 Buhl
Neighborhood Allies $12,400

To document Buhl's planning and outreach on the Northside as a learning model and possible tool for community development.

2/11/15 Buhl
Brother's Brother Foundation $12,000

To assist this Northside-based humanitarian aid organization in building capacity and identifying development opportunities.

2/11/15 Buhl
Spark of Hope $6,000

To assist in the purchase of a new van to support the distribution of food and furniture to needy families on Pittsburgh's Northside.

2/11/15 Buhl
The Forbes Funds $5,000

To support the 2015 Nonprofit Summit which seeks to strengthen the nonprofit sector for a stronger region.

2/11/15 Buhl
East Allegheny Community Council $5,000

To support neighborhood outreach activities on the Northside that are entertaining, family-friendly and foster economic and community development

2/11/15 Buhl
National Aviary Pittsburgh $40,000

To connect each second-grade student in public schools on the Northside with educational programs grounded in the Aviary to increase formal and informal learning opportunites.

2/11/15 Frick
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh $40,000

To connect every first-grade student in public schools on the Northside with educational programs grounded in the Children's Museum to increase formal and informal learning opportunities.

2/11/15 Frick
Global Solutions Pittsburgh $5,000

To support the "Learn Locally-Think Globally" high school teacher training workshops and student outreach programs in Western Pennsylvania.

2/11/15 Frick
The Sprout Fund $500,000

To implement a grant program on the Northside to encourage neighborhood and citizen participation in a unified vision for community improvement.

12/12/14 Buhl
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy $150,000

To restore Allegheny Commons fountain and surrounding landscape to its original design while incorporating best practices for modern-day use.

12/12/14 Buhl
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy $100,000

To develop a watershed plan for Allegheny Commons to guide future investment and green infrastructure projects.

12/12/14 Buhl
The Design Center of Pittsburgh $38,500

To develop a scenario planning tool that assists and improves community participation in neighborhood planning efforts.

12/12/14 Buhl
Community College of Allegheny County $38,300

To support a study to determine the feasibility of implementing on-site housing as a strategy to improve student outreach and outcomes.

12/12/14 Buhl
Hill House Association $25,000

To support a strategic planning effort as this historic organization seeks to expand its impact on at-risk populations.

12/12/14 Buhl
Neighborhood Allies $25,000

To assist struggling individuals and families with the launch and support of a Financial Opportunity Center on the Northside.

12/12/14 Buhl
Gwen's Girls $20,000

To support a collaborative outreach and mentoring program for at-risk middle school girls on Pittsburgh's Northside.

12/12/14 Buhl
Pittsburgh Social Venture Partners $20,000

To support PSVP in building capacity of nonprofit leaders on the Northside.

12/12/14 Buhl
The Design Center of Pittsburgh $12,000

To support efforts to encourage citizen voice around the issue of affordable housing and vibrant communities on Pittsburgh's Northside.

12/12/14 Buhl
Allegheny County Court Appointed Special Advocate Program $10,000

For capacity building expenditures to further CASA's outreach to at-risk children and families.

12/12/14 Buhl
Door Campaign $10,000

To support an innovative STEM-based curriculum to advance Aquaponics on the Northside of Pittsburgh.

12/12/14 Buhl
Saturday Light Brigade $15,000

To continue the partnership with Northside schools to use radio and audio programs to develop communication skills in young people.

12/12/14 Frick
East Allegheny Community Council $1,000

To support neighborhood outreach activities on the Northside that are entertaining, family-friendly and foster economic and community development.

12/12/14 McCreery
Carnegie Science Center $75,000

To help celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Buhl Planetarium.

9/22/14 Buhl
Allegheny Conference on Community Development $60,000

To support the Agenda Development Fund designed to advance the economic prosperity of Western Pennsylvania.

9/22/14 Buhl
Vibrant Pittsburgh $35,000

To continue Buhl's support of a broad-based community collaborative to increase diversity in Western Pennsylvania.

9/22/14 Buhl
The Forbes Funds and Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Partnership $25,000

To provide support for advocacy on issues impacting the nonprofit community.

9/22/14 Buhl
The National Aviary Pittsburgh $25,000

To build capacity along with the opportunity to raise new revenue in this Northside-based regional amenity.

9/22/14 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Institute of Politics $20,000

To support the Institute of Politics' work to improve regional planning efforts while addressing complex problems.

9/22/14 Buhl
Leadership Pittsburgh $14,000

To support leadership development in young Pittsburghers while attracting attention to an underappreciated Northside neighborhood.

9/22/14 Buhl
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $12,500

To support Festival activities undertaken by the Cultural Trust to make Pittsburgh a more vibrant and family-friendly community.

9/22/14 Buhl
Kiva City Pittsburgh / New Sun Rising $5,000

To provide seed funds for a new micro-loan project in Pittsburgh to encourage entrepreneurial activity, especially among disadvantaged populations.

9/22/14 Buhl
City of Asylum $2,500

To support outreach activities for the new Literary Center on Pittsburgh's Northside which will serve as a community revitalization anchor.

9/22/14 Buhl
Urban Innovation21 $2,500

To support the development of young local leaders by encouraging attendance as delegates to the One Young World Conference.

9/22/14 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Foundation $2,000

To continue participation in a funders coalition to study and implement actions to improve neighborhood community development efforts.

9/22/14 Buhl
Carnegie Mellon University $81,708

To provide school students on the Northside with a voice in developing a community-wide vision and implementation plan.

9/22/14 Frick
The Frick Art and Historical Center $50,000

To support an important Buhl historical partner as it seeks to expand educational capacity and outreach for the region.

9/22/14 Frick
Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania $50,000

For two-year support of educational programming that complements exhibits focusing on the history of Western Pennsylvania.

9/22/14 Frick
Attack Theatre $35,000

For a challenge grant to support an interactive and immersive Northside-based artistic process with school students as a catalyst for community youth connections.

9/22/14 Frick
Higher Achievement Pittsburgh $10,000

To provide support for an innovative afterschool program with a proven track record of raising the academic proficiency of middle school students in underserved communities.

9/22/14 Frick
MGR Foundation $10,000

To support Northside-based school activities that increase healthy outcomes for youth in at-risk neighborhoods.

9/22/14 Frick
Pittsburgh Musical Theater $10,000

To support matinees for public schools serving economically disadvantaged students.

9/22/14 Frick
Society for Science & the Public $10,000

To support the Public Education Outreach Day to help enable thousands of local school children and teachers to attend the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), the premier global pre-college science competition.

9/22/14 Frick
Silk Screen $5,000

To support educational programming that can be a model for cultural awareness and diversity sensitivity in area schools.

9/22/14 Frick
Allegheny Historic Preservation Society $2,000

To support a Northside-based, youth involved, musical outreach in the historic Calvary United Methodist Church.

9/22/14 McCreery
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $100,000

For support of upgrades and renovations at the Harris Theater to contribute to a thriving downtown core.

6/9/14 Buhl
La Roche College $75,000

To advance STEM education for area students as well as to increase service opportunities for students on Pittsburgh's Northside.

6/9/14 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Foundation / Allegheny County Health Department $50,000

For two-year support of Buhl's participation in a pooled fund supporting the partnership between Allegheny County Health Department and the foundation community for addressing public health needs in Allegheny County.

6/9/14 Buhl
Urban League of Pittsburgh $50,000

To continue support of the Black Male Leadership Development Institute (BMLDI) as it seeks to develop young African American leaders in Western Pennsylvania.

6/9/14 Buhl
Allegheny Youth Development $25,000

To assist this Northside organization in providing school-based outreach to students in at-risk situations in grades 6 through 8.

6/9/14 Buhl
Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania $25,000

To support the Northside Common Ministries Food Pantry in its outreach to at-risk populations.

6/9/14 Buhl
Manchester Citizens Corporation $25,000

To support the predevelopment work required to acquire an 86 unit Manchester Hope VI portfolio preserving affordable housing in Manchester.

6/9/14 Buhl
New Hazlett Center for the Performing Arts $25,000

To support this cultural institution in conducting outreach to the Northside neighborhood in which it is located.

6/9/14 Buhl
Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience (PULSE) $25,000

To support a Northside-based expansion project to build capacity in not-for-profits through service leadership and volunteerism.

6/9/14 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public Health $25,000

To support the Violence Prevention Initiative to reduce youth and neighborhood violence in underserved communities.

6/9/14 Buhl
Friends of the Riverfront $20,000

For strategic planning to increase access to and use of Pittsburgh's riverfront trail network.

6/9/14 Buhl
Family Tyes, Inc. $15,000

To support a collaborative approach for providing youth development outreach activities on Pittsburgh's Northside.

6/9/14 Buhl
Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania $15,000

To support financial literacy programs targeted to students and youth in at-risk situations on Pittsburgh's Northside.

6/9/14 Buhl
Three Rivers Rowing Association $15,000

To support efforts to increase the number of minority girls participating in its high school rowing programs.

6/9/14 Buhl
YouthPlaces $15,000

To support a commercial kitchen designed to create needed job experiences for teens and employment for young adults in the hospitality and catering industry.

6/9/14 Buhl
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh $10,000

To support the Frank J. Lucchino KIDS Fund and its efforts to help prepare our neediest young children for school and life success.

6/9/14 Buhl
Braddock Redux $10,000

For a challenge grant to support construction of a bread oven to serve as a community gathering and training opportunity.

6/9/14 Buhl
The Education Partnership $10,000

To help build capacity as The Education Partnership expands its efforts to provide free resources for teachers and their students in at-risk neighborhoods.

6/9/14 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Foundation $10,000

To continue participation in a funders coalition to study and improve neighborhood community development efforts.

6/9/14 Buhl
Focus on Renewal $5,000

To support outreach and programming that targets youth in at-risk situations in the Sto-Rox community.

6/9/14 Buhl
Reading is Fundamental Pittsburgh $5,000

For second year support of an innovative program to develop volunteers while increasing revenue opportunities.

6/9/14 Buhl
Allegheny City Central Association $3,500

To sponsor a third year of summer concerts at the new Buhl Community Park on Pittsburgh's Northside.

6/9/14 Buhl
YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh $2,900

For support of a third educational production highlighting the history of the women's movement in Western Pennsylvania.

6/9/14 Buhl
Foundation of HOPE $2,500

To provide aftercare services for ex-offenders through mentoring and support programs, referral and reintegration services.

6/9/14 Buhl
Fine Art Miracles, Inc. $1,000

To introduce robotic technology as a way to foster learning in underprivileged children, ages 6 and younger.

6/9/14 Buhl
Point Park University $250,000

For the creation of a new downtown instructional theater venue as part of the University's Academic Village Initiative.

4/4/14 Buhl
United Way of Allegheny County $50,000

To continue United Way's outreach to at-risk communities through advocacy, violence prevention and motivating young people to succeed.

4/4/14 Buhl
KaBOOM! $40,000

To build a playground at Bethany House, United Methodist Church Union, Northview Heights.

4/4/14 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Foundation $30,000

To continue Buhl's participation in a pooled fund supporting the partnership between Allegheny County Department of Human Services and the foundation community for addressing human service needs in Allegheny County.

4/4/14 Buhl
CLASS $25,000

To support consolidation of facilities into a single building to more efficiently and effectively serve the disability community.

4/4/14 Buhl
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership $25,000

To support a pedestrian and vehicular Wayfinding System that encompasses the Northside, Oakland and Downtown neighborhoods.

4/4/14 Buhl
Allegheny County Department of Human Services and Providence Connections $25,000

To improve access to this Northside family resource center through participation in a county-wide transportation initiative.

4/4/14 Buhl
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership $20,000

To further the development of the "State of Downtown Pittsburgh" report regarding the vitality of the Downtown core.

4/4/14 Buhl
YouthPlaces $20,000

To support a summer violence prevention program in Allegheny County's most at-risk neighborhoods.

4/4/14 Buhl
City of Pittsburgh $10,000

To partner with other foundations to enhance neighborhood development, reduce racial disparities, increase affordable housing and coordinate supportive services for residents in at-risk neighborhoods.

4/4/14 Buhl
Blind and Vision Rehabilitation Services $7,500

To assist with implementation of a business plan to improve the sustainability, efficiency and effectiveness of employment services for the blind and visually impaired.

4/4/14 Buhl
Pittsburgh Association for the Education of Young Children (PAEYC) $5,000

To support professional development of early childhood teachers and other professionals in partnership with the Allegheny County Family Support System.

4/4/14 Buhl
Project for Public Spaces $5,000

For support of the 2014 Pro Walk/Pro Bike/Pro Place Conference to be held in Pittsburgh to create more vital, sustainable community places.

4/4/14 Buhl
East Allegheny Community Council $2,500

To support neighborhood outreach activities on the Northside that are entertaining, family-friendly and foster economic and community development.

4/4/14 Buhl
Woodlands Foundation $2,000

To support this organization's educational outreach to children faced with disability and chronic illness.

4/4/14 McCreery
The Pittsburgh Promise $1,500,000

For support of a scholarship program designed to transform lives, energize regional economic development and fuel educational reform efforts.

2/12/14 Buhl
GTECH $125,000

To support collaboration with multiple partners on Pittsburgh's Northside to energize community revitalization through education and vacant lot reclamation.

2/12/14 Buhl
Neighborhood Learning Alliance $25,000

For support of an afterschool program where Northside high school students mentor struggling elementary school students.

2/12/14 Buhl
Urban Impact Foundation $25,000

To support outreach to Pittsburgh Perry High School students as they transition to college or career opportunities.

2/12/14 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs $1,500

To support the 2014 National Social Equity and Learning Conference being held in Pittsburgh.

2/12/14 Buhl
Duquesne University, School of Education $25,000

To support STEM education for urban youth through an innovative life sciences laboratory program.

2/12/14 Frick
International Dyslexia Association, Pennsylvania Branch $1,500

To support a professional training conference for teachers and parents of children with dyslexia.

2/12/14 Frick
Childrens' Festival Chorus $6,000

To support expansion of this well-regarded choral program to a more diverse group of students.

2/12/14 McCreery
Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board $50,000

For compilation of a comprehensive overview of workforce assets and challenges on the Northside.

12/13/13 Buhl
Allegheny County Library Association and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh $25,000

To support a process for increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of the county-wide library system.

12/13/13 Buhl
Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council $25,000

To increase the capacity of its GED preparation program to reach out to underserved populations.

12/13/13 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Office of Child Development $25,000

To support school readiness activities for Northside kindergarten students.

12/13/13 Buhl
MGR Foundation $6,000

To support Northside-based activities that increase healthy outcomes for youth in at-risk neighborhoods.

12/13/13 Buhl
The Design Center $100,000

To support the Center's efforts on the Northside to encourage effective and attractive design and development.

10/29/13 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Institute of Politics $20,000

To support the Institute of Politics' work to improve regional planning efforts while addressing complex problems.

10/29/13 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Foundation $5,000

To support a Pittsburgh-wide initiative designed to bring objectivity, external perspectives and hiring best practices to the selection process for key public sector employees.

10/29/13 Buhl
United Way of Allegheny County $5,000

For collaboration with the University of Pittsburgh, Office of Child Development, to address the importance of school attendance as a key to furthering school achievement.

10/29/13 Buhl
Urban Innovation21 $3,000

To support the development of young local leaders by encouraging attendance as delegates to the One Young World Conference.

10/29/13 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, University Center for Social and Urban Research $717

To support Pittsburgh's participation in an annual gathering of thought leaders around civic technology.

10/29/13 Buhl
WQED $100,000

To support a new documentary in Rick Sebak's Pittsburgh History Series.

9/6/13 Buhl
Allegheny Conference on Community Development $60,000

To support the Agenda Development Fund for improved economic viability of the Western Pennsylvania region.

9/6/13 Buhl
Vibrant Pittsburgh $35,000

To continue Buhl's support of a broad-based community collaborative to increase diversity in Western Pennsylvania.

9/6/13 Buhl
Light of Life Ministries, Inc. $21,000

To build capacity for this organization's outreach to at-risk populations in its new Northside-based facility.

9/6/13 Buhl
Coro Center for Civic Leadership $15,000

To support Coro Fellows in their efforts to encourage greater efficiencies in local government while expanding citizen voice.

9/6/13 Buhl
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $12,500

To support Festival activities undertaken by the Cultural Trust to make Pittsburgh a more vibrant and family-friendly community.

9/6/13 Buhl
A+ Schools $50,000

Two-year support to continue School Works, an action-research-engagement model that seeks to identify and remedy issues within the Pittsburgh Public Schools.

9/6/13 Frick
Pittsburgh Symphony Society $20,000

Two-year support for the education outreach of the Schooltime program for performance years 2013-2014 and 2014-2015.

9/6/13 Frick
University of Pittsburgh, School of Education $20,000

Three-year funding for The Forum for Western Pennsylvania School Superintendents to improve educational support systems.

9/6/13 Frick
Pittsburgh Opera, Inc. $16,000

Two-year support for K-12 education programs which include a rigorous year-long workshop for teachers.

9/6/13 Frick
Pittsburgh Youth Chamber Orchestra $3,000

Two-year funding for PYCO to expand its outreach to under-resourced youth.

9/6/13 McCreery
The Consortium for Public Education $75,000

Three-year support for development and expansion of "My Action Plan for Success" (MAPS), a program to help teachers to motivate students to succeed ($30,000 from the Frick Fund and $45,000 from the Buhl Fund).

6/28/13 Buhl
The Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern Pennsylvania $50,000

Two-year support for expansion of school-based mentoring in Southwestern Pennsylvania ($25,000 from the Frick Fund and $25,000 from the Buhl Fund).

6/28/13 Buhl
The Watson Institute $50,000

Two-year support to provide supportive training and consultation services to school districts in the Mon Valley area with the goal of decreasing discipline issues and increasing academic performance ($25,000 from the Frick Fund and $25,000 from the Buhl Fund).

6/28/13 Buhl
Bike Pittsburgh $50,000

To support a public bicycle network that will bring safer streets and more biking infrastructure and tourism to Pittsburgh's North Side.

6/28/13 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs $30,000

Three-year support to assist the Congress of Neighboring Communities (CONNECT) in seeking financial stability as it works to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of local municipal governance.

6/28/13 Buhl
Aspinwall Riverfront Park, Inc. $25,000

To encourage volunteerism while supporting this impressive community-based park development effort.

6/28/13 Buhl
Community College of Allegheny County Educational Foundation $25,000

To support a scholarship fund in honor of Alex Johnson's service to Buhl and the community.

6/28/13 Buhl
Pace School $25,000

To expand opportunities for the education of children with severe emotional challenges and Autism Spectrum Disorders.

6/28/13 Buhl
Women and Girls Foundation $25,000

To develop the female leaders of tomorrow by expanding the GirlGov program.

6/28/13 Buhl
Saturday Light Brigade $20,000

To continue its partnership with Northside schools to use radio and audio programs to develop communication skills in young people.

6/28/13 Buhl
Sisters Place $20,000

To build capacity in this organization's outreach to women and their children in at-risk situations.

6/28/13 Buhl
The Education Partnership $10,000

To build capacity at the Education Partnership as it expands its efforts to provide free resources for teachers and their students in at-risk neighborhoods.

6/28/13 Buhl
LiveLikeLou.org / The Pittsburgh Foundation $10,000

For strategic planning assistance in building the outreach of this inspirational grassroots organization.

6/28/13 Buhl
Mount Aloysius College $10,000

To pilot an innovative program encouraging rural youth from disadvantaged areas to consider a career in the STEM field.

6/28/13 Buhl
Reading is Fundamental $5,000

To pilot an innovative program to develop volunteers while increasing this nonprofit's revenue opportunities.

6/28/13 Buhl
Allegheny City Society $3,200

To sponsor the second series of summer concerts at the new Buhl Community Park on Pittsburgh's North Side.

6/28/13 Buhl
Pittsburgh Youth Leadership $1,500

To support leadership development in Pittsburgh youth from at-risk neighborhoods.

6/28/13 Buhl
Artists Image Resource $15,000

To build capacity in this Northside-based, artist run nonprofit printmaking studio to create a dynamic learning environment for high school students and youth.

6/28/13 Frick
Silk Screen $5,000

To support educational programming that can be a model for cultural awareness and diversity sensitivity in area schools.

6/28/13 Frick
Toonseum $5,000

To support educational outreach to area schools that combines the art and history of cartooning with literacy and creative thinking.

6/28/13 Frick
The Pittsburgh Foundation $100,000

For continued support of the Fund for Excellence with a mission to improve the success of Pittsburgh Public School students.

4/24/13 Buhl
United Way of Allegheny County $50,000

To continue support of outreach to at-risk communities through advocacy, violence prevention and motivating young people to succeed in school.

4/24/13 Buhl
Urban League of Pittsburgh $50,000

To continue support of the Black Male Leadership Development Institute (BMLDI) as it seeks to develop young African American leaders in Western Pennsylvania.

4/24/13 Buhl
Grow Pittsburgh $30,000

To support an apprentice and intern program to assist in its educational outreach.

4/24/13 Buhl
Venture Outdoors $30,000

For continued support of innovative recreational activities targeting at-risk populations on the Northside.

4/24/13 Buhl
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank $25,000

To support an internal innovation team to build capacity and improve organizational effectiveness.

4/24/13 Buhl
YWCA Greater Pittsburgh $25,000

To increase exposure of North Side students, especially those in at-risk situations, to STEM education and careers.

4/24/13 Buhl
Hosanna Industries $22,000

To provide support for an innovative program teaching construction skills to youth in at-risk communities.

4/24/13 Buhl
Adonai Center for Black Males $20,000

To support continued development of a mentoring program for African American males on Pittsburgh's North Side.

4/24/13 Buhl
Sustainable Pittsburgh $20,000

To build capacity to further support municipal coordination and improved effectiveness.

4/24/13 Buhl
YouthPlaces $20,000

To support a Northside-based summer violence prevention program in Allegheny County's most at-risk neighborhoods.

4/24/13 Buhl
Sarah Heinz House $15,000

To build this Northside organization's capacity to track program participation while improving the experiences of the young people it serves.

4/24/13 Buhl
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $12,500

To support the 2013 Pittsburgh International Festival of Firsts to make Pittsburgh a more vibrant and family-friendly community.

4/24/13 Buhl
Wilkinsburg Community Development Corporation $10,000

To undertake an assessment based upon community input regarding educational options for students in an economically challenged district.

4/24/13 Buhl
Association for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities (ACLD) $5,000

For the third phase of a public outreach campaign to encourage early detection of specific learning disabilities in order to improve access to and use of educational options.

4/24/13 Buhl
Carnegie Mellon University/AIA Legacy, Remaking Cities Institute $5,000

To support a regional conference highlighting the potential for resurgence of urban areas such as Pittsburgh.

4/24/13 Buhl
Team Tassy $5,000

To support a partnership with Strong Women Strong Girls in order that young people are inspired to help others.

4/24/13 Buhl
Coro Center for Civic Leadership $1,950

To support a process to determine how downtown churches might better provide for those in need.

4/24/13 Buhl
Conservation Consultants, Inc. $12,000

To support a STEM-based education outreach program for Northside young people.

4/24/13 Frick
Moving the Lives of Kids Arts Center $10,000

To support mural projects that build community spirit and skills in young people on Pittsburgh's Northside, over two years.

4/24/13 Frick
Achieva $50,000

To support expansion of the innovative Family Trust program to improve the lives of people with disabilities.

2/27/13 Buhl
RiverQuest $41,000

To pilot an innovative program to excite early learners about science and math principles through informal learning opportunities.

2/27/13 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Foundation $30,000

To continue Buhl's participation in a pooled fund supporting the partnership between Allegheny County Department of Human Services and the foundation community as they address the needs of at-risk communities in Allegheny County.

2/27/13 Buhl
Pittsburgh Action Against Rape $25,000

To assist this violence prevention organization as it seeks to expand services to reach more victims or potential victims of sexual violence.

2/27/13 Buhl
Coro Center for Civic Leadership $15,000

To support Coro Fellows in their efforts to encourage greater efficiencies in local government while expanding citizen voice.

2/27/13 Buhl
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh $5,000

To support the Children's Museum, on Pittsburgh's Northside, as it hosts the Association of Children's Museums 2013 Annual Conference.

2/27/13 Buhl
The Forbes Funds $5,000

To support the 2013 Nonprofit Summit which seeks to strengthen the nonprofit sector for a stronger region.

2/27/13 Buhl
Pittsburgh Social Venture Partners (PSVP) $5,000

To support PSVP in building capacity in nonprofit leaders by encouraging individuals to effectively message their organization.

2/27/13 Buhl
Upper St. Clair School District $10,000

To support underserved school districts in Allegheny and Washington counties by enabling teachers and students to attend a summer STEM Workshop Series in collaboration with the Carnegie Science Center

2/27/13 Frick
Local Government Academy $48,300

For continued support of regional training addressing the reclamation and rehabilitation of vacant and blighted property.

12/14/12 Buhl
Children's Institute of Pittsburgh $30,000

To support strategic planning for increased organizational capacity to ensure continued outreach to children with special needs.

12/14/12 Buhl
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership $27,500

For further development of the "State of Downtown Pittsburgh" report to help gauge the status of and educate the public regarding the vitality of the Downtown core.

12/14/12 Buhl
The Forbes Funds $25,000

To provide transition support as the Forbes Funds moves forward with new executive leadership in 2013.

12/14/12 Buhl
Homeless Children's Education Fund $25,000

For support of an innovative and collaborative strategy to improve school transportation for children experiencing homelessness in Allegheny County.

12/14/12 Buhl
Reading is Fundamental $25,000

To build capacity in this Northside-based outreach to at-risk youth by expanding its Storymobile lending lbrary.

12/14/12 Buhl
Strong Women Strong Girls $25,000

To build mentoring capacity for this afterschool program for girls in at-risk neighborhoods in grades 3 through 5 within Allegheny County.

12/14/12 Buhl
Family Tyes, Inc. $20,000

To support a collaborative approach for youth development outreach activities on Pittsburgh's Northside.

12/14/12 Buhl
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh $15,000

To build capacity in this mentoring program by expanding training and outreach to adult mentors.

12/14/12 Buhl
Junior Achievement $15,000

To support financial literacy programs targeted to at-risk youth on Pittsburgh's Northside.

12/14/12 Buhl
Children's Home of Pittsburgh $10,000

To upgrade and improve sensory therapy rooms to enable higher quality services to medically fragile children.

12/14/12 Buhl
The Education Partnership $10,000

To build capacity for its efforts to provide free resources for teachers and their students in at-risk neighborhoods.

12/14/12 Buhl
Blind and Vision Rehabilitation Services of Pittsburgh $7,500

To assist with business and financial analysis to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of employment services for the blind and visually impaired.

12/14/12 Buhl
River City Brass Band $20,000

To support a collaboration with Pittsburgh Public Schools to provide instrumental and musical enrichment programs for young people, over two years.

12/14/12 Frick
GTECH $75,000

To support collaboration with multiple partners on Pittsburgh's Northside to energize community revitalization through education, connections to green economy and vacant lot reclamation.

10/17/12 Buhl
Green Building Alliance $25,000

To support downtown revitalization through an innovative database pilot program for analyzing efficiencies and cost savings for sustainable and high-performance buildings.

10/17/12 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Institute of Politics $20,000

To support the Institute of Politics' work to improve regional planning efforts while addressing complex problems.

10/17/12 Buhl
NEED $15,000

To support a national search for a new Executive Director to guide this important educational resource organization dedicated to underserved populations.

10/17/12 Buhl
Three Rivers Community Foundation $15,000

For a challenge grant to support strategic planning and capacity building efforts for this community foundation committed to social justice.

10/17/12 Buhl
Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council $5,000

To support the Americans for the Arts Annual Convention to enhance resources available to the local arts community.

10/17/12 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Foundation $3,000

For two-year support of the Pittsburgh Public Service Fund.

10/17/12 Buhl
August Wilson Center for African American Culture $100,000

For continued support for the Center's educational programs for Pittsburgh and its young people.

9/7/12 Buhl
The Design Center $100,000

To support the Design Center's efforts on the Northside of Pittsburgh to encourage effective and attractive design and development.

9/7/12 Buhl
WQED $100,000

To support a third year of the WQED series "It's Pittsburgh and a Lot of Other Stuff" produced by Rick Sebak.

9/7/12 Buhl
Allegheny Conference on Community Development $60,000

To support economic development in the region through the Agenda Development Fund

9/7/12 Buhl
Vibrant Pittsburgh $35,000

For support of a broad-based community collaborative to increase diversity in Western Pennsylvania.

9/7/12 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, School of Law $30,000

To support a pilot legal clinic at the School of Law in support of returning military veterans, over three years.

9/7/12 Buhl
Young Men and Women’s African Heritage Association $25,000

To support this North Side-based organization in its efforts to increase access to educational resources for underserved youth.

9/7/12 Buhl
Center that C.A.R.E.S. $25,000

To enhance the ability of students, in at-risk situations, to access computer technology in order to advance in STEM related subjects.

9/7/12 Buhl
Leadership Pittsburgh $15,000

To support the TEDx program and encourage innovative leadership as part of a concentration on "Edges of Learning."

9/7/12 Buhl
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $12,500

To support Festival activities undertaken to make Pittsburgh a more vibrant and family-friendly community.

9/7/12 Buhl
World Affairs of Pittsburgh $10,000

To engage students in area high schools regarding issues of international importance.

9/7/12 Buhl
Shepherd's Heart $6,500

To support an outreach ministry to the homeless.

9/7/12 Buhl
Pittsburgh Association for the Education of Young Children(PAEYC) $5,000

To support professional development of early childhood teachers and other professionals in partnership with the Allegheny County Family Support system.

9/7/12 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Foundation $5,000

To continue participation in a funders coalition to study and improve neighborhood community development efforts.

9/7/12 Buhl
Woodlands Foundation $5,000

To support educational outreach to children and adults faced with disability and chronic illness.

9/7/12 Buhl
Association for the Study of African American Life and History $2,500

To support African American female leadership development as part of the "Black Women in American History and Culture" Conference.

9/7/12 Buhl
The Mattress Factory and Next Level $2,500

For a partnership to highlight Pittsburgh's advancement as a cultural destination in order to support Northside-based arts organizations.

9/7/12 Buhl
ASSET $60,000

To support research-based teacher training in elementary school classrooms with lower socio-economic profiles in Western Pennsylvania, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
Carnegie Institute/Carnegie Science Center $45,000

To support STEM programs for students in grades 5-12 including SciTech Days, Pittsburgh Regional Science and Engineering Fair, Future City Competition and National Engineers Week, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
Carnegie Mellon University/Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center $45,000

For a "flipped classroom" and teacher training program to advance computational skills within targeted Pittsburgh Public Schools, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
Quantum Theatre $30,000

To support an educational theater program in economically disadvantaged public schools, over three years.

 

9/7/12 Frick
Saltworks Theatre Company $30,000

To support educational plays and related materials on bullying and drug and alcohol abuse prevention presented to Pittsburgh Public School students, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
Squonk Opera $25,000

To support The GO Roadshow and other educational activities for public school students in order to enhance creativity and music appreciation, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre $22,500

To support arts education curriculum materials and training for area teachers as part of the student matinee series, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
Attack Theatre $20,000

To develop a pilot program with Pittsburgh Public Schools that integrates technology and dance into project-based learning opportunities, over two years.

9/7/12 Frick
Carnegie Mellon University $15,000

To support a pilot program to teach young girls in two Pittsburgh Public Schools the value and skills of negotiation through research-based training entitled "PROGRESS."

9/7/12 Frick
Carnegie Mellon University $15,000

To improve the teaching and learning of music in urban school districts, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
Frick Art and Historical Center $15,000

To support teacher workshops providing new ways to integrate art, history and science into the K-12 curriculum, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
Opera Theater of Pittsburgh $15,000

For support of educational outreach and matinees for the production of artistic works for students in underserved communities, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
Pittsburgh Chess Club $15,000

For chess activities to advance critical thinking, logic and concentration skills for students in the Pittsburgh Public Schools, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre $15,000

To support outreach to underserved public schools in the region with the goal of increasing student connection to classical literature through theatre, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
Pittsburgh Public Theater $15,000

To enable public school students to attend the "Open Stage" productions with the goal of improving critical thinking and discussion skills, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
Prime Stage $15,000

To improve literacy skills in area middle and high school students through use of theatre based learning strategies, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
University of Pittsburgh, Department of Theatre Arts $15,000

To support teacher workshops, residencies and public school performances to improve students' awareness and critical thinking regarding important social topics, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh $15,000

To support the Summer Institute for Teachers: Teaching Contemporary Global Issues, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
City Theatre Company, Inc. $10,000

To advance literacy and writing skills through the Playwright's Program in Wilkinsburg and Pittsburgh Public Schools, over two years.

9/7/12 Frick
World Federalist Association of Pittsburgh d/b/a Global Solutions Education Fund $10,000

To support the "Learn Locally-Think Globally" high school teacher training workshops and student outreach programs in Western Pennsylvania, over two years.

9/7/12 Frick
Bricolage $9,000

To support outreach to area elementary students through creative radio play for children age 6 to 12, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh $6,000

To support "Teen Screen," a program presenting films, that encourage diversity and tolerance, to public middle and high school students, over three years.

9/7/12 Frick
Chatham Baroque $12,000

To support the Peanut Butter and Jam sessions and increase musical appreciation in young children, over three years.

9/7/12 McCreery
Pittsburgh School for the Choral Arts $9,000

To provide musical exploration and performance opportunities to students in afterschool programs in at-risk communities, over three years.

9/7/12 McCreery
Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra $6,000

To build and grow the Chamber Music Program with an increased number of young artists and increased performances, over three years.

9/7/12 McCreery
Three Rivers Young Peoples Orchestras $6,000

To support and grow the Youth Chamber Music Program for young musical performers, over three years.

9/7/12 McCreery
Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra $6,000

To support music appreciation and the Visiting Artists Program in Westmoreland County public schools, over three years.

9/7/12 McCreery
McKeesport Symphony Society $4,500

To support the McKeesport Youth Orchestra as it reaches out to students in underserved communities surrounding McKeesport, over three years.

9/7/12 McCreery
Riverlife $250,000

To provide support for feasibility, environmental, engineering, design and development studies for the North Side-based Ohio Headwaters Lagoon project.

6/13/12 Buhl
National Aviary Pittsburgh $100,000

To explore and create new revenue sources for this Northside-based regional amenity.

6/13/12 Buhl
Urban League of Pittsburgh $45,000

To continue the Black Male Leadership Development Institute (BMLDI) as it seeks to develop young African American leaders in Western Pennsylvania.

6/13/12 Buhl
Advancing Academics $30,000

Three year support to improve economic opportunities for low income, high achieving students by enabling them to successfully pursue higher education.

6/13/12 Buhl
YouthPlaces $30,000

To support strategic planning initiatives involving co-location with Gwen's Girls on Pittsburgh's Northside.

6/13/12 Buhl
Amachi Pittsburgh $25,000

To build capacity for outreach to children of incarcerated parents.

6/13/12 Buhl
Carnegie Mellon University $25,000

To support an innovative social media tool to assist families in their use of school buses.

6/13/12 Buhl
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank $25,000

For strategic planning and staff development as the Food Bank seeks to increase impact.

6/13/12 Buhl
Heinz History Center $25,000

To archive Buhl records regarding the nonprofit community as a resource for Western Pennsylvania.

6/13/12 Buhl
Neighborhood Business Inc. $25,000

To support efforts for development of entrepreneurship in at-risk communities.

6/13/12 Buhl
Pittsburgh Botanic Garden $25,000

To support this regional amenity with funds for a "Family Moment" Garden.

6/13/12 Buhl
Pittsburgh Cares $25,000

To support an outreach within the local nonprofit sector and low income communities to improve technology use.

6/13/12 Buhl
South Hills Interfaith Ministries $25,000

To support the development of a new mentoring program for teenaged refugee children.

6/13/12 Buhl
Northern Area Multi Service Center $20,000

To assist collaborative efforts by four nonprofits to reduce costs, increase efficiency and share resources.

6/13/12 Buhl
World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh $20,000

To bring thought leaders from around the world to Pittsburgh to discuss creative solutions for regional challenges.

6/13/12 Buhl
YouthWorks $20,000

For support as YouthWorks seeks to expand its impact on youth in at-risk situations.

6/13/12 Buhl
Homewood Renaissance $15,000

To build capacity in this STEM focused outreach to at-risk youth.

6/13/12 Buhl
Community Empowerment Association $15,000

To help expand outreach to African American children, youth and families exposed to violence.

6/13/12 Buhl
Earthen Vessels Outreach $10,000

To support outreach to young children and teens in at-risk neighborhoods.

6/13/12 Buhl
Allegheny City Society $3,500

To sponsor a series of summer concerts at the new Buhl Community Park on Pittsburgh's Northside.

6/13/12 Buhl
Society for Contemporary Craft $16,000

Three year support for Studio Enrichment for Educators (SEED), a program to enable teachers of any content area to explore various craft media for integration into classroom instruction.

6/13/12 Frick
Carnegie Institute/Carnegie Science Center $15,000

To support programs for students in grades 5-12 including SciTech Days, Pittsburgh Regional Science and Engineering Fair, Future City Competition and National Engineers Week.

6/13/12 Frick
Upper St. Clair School District $5,000

To support its program for underserved school districts in Allegheny and Washington Counties and enable teachers from these districts to attend a summer STEM Professional Development/Student Workshop Series in collaboration with Carnegie Science Center.

6/13/12 Frick
World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh $5,000

To support the Summer Institute for Teachers: Teaching Contemporary Global Issues.

6/13/12 Frick
Chatham Baroque $6,000

To support the Peanut Butter & Jam sessions, informal concerts for pre-school children and their parents.

6/13/12 McCreery
Pittsburgh School for Choral Arts $2,000

To provide musical exploration and performance opportunities to students in afterschool programs in Wilkinsburg and the North Side.

6/13/12 McCreery
Auberle $50,000

To support outreach to girls and young women in at-risk situations.

4/18/12 Buhl
New Hazlett Center for the Performing Arts $50,000

To support capacity building as this Northside institution seeks long-term stability, over two years.

4/18/12 Buhl
One Vision One Life $50,000

To assist with strategic planning and outreach in neighborhoods at risk of violence.

4/18/12 Buhl
United Way of Allegheny County $50,000

To support outreach to at-risk communities through advocacy, violence prevention and motivating young people to succeed in school.

4/18/12 Buhl
Heritage Community Initiatives $25,000

To encourage volunteerism and youth development as the economically challenged Braddock community seeks to develop resources for its young people.

4/18/12 Buhl
Student Conservation Association $25,000

To support professional training and cultural competencies that will increase the skills and effectiveness of staff members in working with young people.

4/18/12 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Office of Child Development $25,000

To support school readiness activities for North Side kindergarten students.

4/18/12 Buhl
Braddock Redux $20,000

To support the Braddock Youth Project as this young service corps seeks to revitalize Braddock.

4/18/12 Buhl
Penn State University, New Kensington Campus $20,000

To support STEM awareness and interest in area middle school students.

4/18/12 Buhl
YouthPlaces $20,000

To support a summer violence prevention program in Allegheny County's most at-risk neighborhoods.

4/18/12 Buhl
Fort Pitt Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution of Allegheny County $10,000

To support the development of a website that is linked to a sustainability plan in celebration of the 250th anniversary of the Fort Pitt Block House.

4/18/12 Buhl
Spina Bifida Association $10,000

To support the Family School Partnership and its educational advocacy addressing the cognitive issues related to a range of physical disabilities.

4/18/12 Buhl
Leadership Pittsburgh $7,500

Additional support of the Experienced Dreamers project to experiment how Pittsburgh's amenities might be utilized as an economic development tool while benefitting the not-for-profit community.

4/18/12 Buhl
Reformed Presbyterian Home $7,500

To support a therapeutic garden at this Northside institution.

4/18/12 Buhl
Transitional Services, Inc. $5,000

To help build fundraising capacity in this organization as it seeks to stabilize its outreach to those with mental disabilities.

4/18/12 Buhl
Carnegie Mellon University, Studio for Creative Inquiry $2,500

To provide support for further development of a unique and innovative demonstration concept for a roof top park.

4/18/12 Buhl
Pittsburgh Musical Theater $45,000

To support matinees for public schools serving economically disadvantaged students and for a special one-time challenge grant of $5,000 to be matched by the board, over three years.

4/18/12 Frick
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center $20,000

For a teacher training program entitled "Computation and Science for Teachers" (CAST), to improve the use of modeling and computation to prepare students with real world problem solving strategies.

4/18/12 Frick
Pittsburgh Opera $16,000

To support K-12 education programs which include a rigorous year-long workshop for teachers, over two years.

4/18/12 Frick
Gateway to the Arts $10,000

To support a strategic planning process to assess the current role of Gateway to the Arts in the community and set a course for the future.

4/18/12 Frick
Allegheny County Court Appointed Special Advocate Program (CASA) $30,000

For capacity building expenditures to further CASA's outreach to at-risk children and families.

2/21/12 Buhl
Center of Life $30,000

To build capacity and expand youth outreach programs to children at risk in underserved neighborhoods, over three years.

2/21/12 Buhl
Grow Pittsburgh $26,000

To establish an apprentice and internship program to assist in educational outreach.

2/21/12 Buhl
Christian Evangelistic Economic Development (CEED) $25,000

To promote the entrepreneurial skills of underserved and disadvantaged immigrant and minority populations.

2/21/12 Buhl
Communities in Schools of Pittsburgh – Allegheny County $25,000

To improve organizational effectiveness and enhance technological capabilities in this organization's outreach to students in at-risk situations.

2/21/12 Buhl
Providence Connections $25,000

To improve science and technology education for children attending this Northside family resource center.

2/21/12 Buhl
Adonai Center for Black Males $19,000

To support the development of a mentoring program for African American males on Pittsburgh's Northside.

2/21/12 Buhl
Saturday Light Brigade $15,000

To expand partnerships with North Side schools to use radio and audio programs to develop communication skills in young people.

2/21/12 Buhl
Three Rivers Rowing Association $15,000

To support efforts to increase the number of minority girls participating in high school rowing programs.

2/21/12 Buhl
Allegheny Youth Development $13,000

To assist this North Side organization in providing outreach to at-risk students in grades 6 through 8.

2/21/12 Buhl
Allegheny County Parks Foundation $12,500

For support to protect and restore County parks, an important regional amenity.

2/21/12 Buhl
Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children $10,000

To assist with construction of the Urban Trail, an instructional component for blind and visually impaired children, as the School celebrates its 125th Anniversary.

2/21/12 Buhl
Grantmakers for Education $5,000

To support a professional development seminar for regional grantmakers in education, entitled "Creativity and Digital Learning", to be held in Pittsburgh.

2/21/12 Buhl
Girls Coalition of Southwestern Pennsylvania $5,000

To support training in agencies that serve girls with negotiation skills using a research-based curriculum designed and implemented by staff at Carnegie Mellon University.

2/21/12 Buhl
The Thomas Merton Center $5,000

To support educational materials for the exhibit Bridge Builders that explores the civil rights and womens movements in Pittsburgh, highlighting African American women.

2/21/12 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, University Center for Social and Urban Research $2,500

To support the "Rethinking the Future of Urbanism" conference showcasing the post industrial transformation of Pittsburgh.

2/21/12 Buhl
Attack Theatre $15,000

To support an interactive matinee of Traveling, a live dance and music experience, for North Side Pittsburgh Public School students in 3rd to 5th grades.

2/21/12 Frick
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre $7,500

To support arts education curriculum and training for area teachers and the student matinee series for the 2012-2013 season.

2/21/12 Frick
City Theatre Company $5,000

To support the expansion of City Theatre's "Playwright's Program" to Arsenal Middle School and other Pittsburgh Public Schools.

2/21/12 Frick
Bricolage $3,600

Support for high school students to see the play Dutchman and participate in the educational program "Walk the Talk" in partnership with the August Wilson Center for African American Culture.

2/21/12 Frick
Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh $2,000

To support "Teen Screen," a program presenting films encouraging cultural diversity and tolerance to public middle and high school students.

2/21/12 Frick
International Dyslexia Association/Western Pennsylvania Group $1,500

To support a professional training conference for teachers and parents of children with dyslexia.

2/21/12 Frick
Three Rivers Young Peoples Orchestras $5,000

To support the Youth Chamber Music Program and its outreach to young people.

2/21/12 McCreery
Western Pennsylvania Conservancy $100,000

To support the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy with funds to endow community flower gardens on Pittsburgh's Northside.

12/16/11 Buhl
ASSET $50,000

To support reasearch-based science teacher training for elementary classrooms having low socio-economic status in Western Pennsylvania. ($25,000 from the Frick Fund and $25,000 from the Buhl Fund)

12/16/11 Buhl
The Consortium for Public Education $50,000

To support the design and pilot of "My Action Plan for Success" (MAPS), a program to help teachers motivate and coach students in creating a personalized map to achievement in and out of school.($25,000 from the Frick Fund and $25,000 from the Buhl Fund)

12/16/11 Buhl
The Sprout Fund $50,000

Start up costs for developing infrastructure to empower children and youth by creating relevant learning opportunities through the compelling use of technology, media and the arts.

12/16/11 Buhl
Hearth $35,000

To provide youth friendly space in Hearth's new facilities to assist in outreach to women and families in at-risk situations.

12/16/11 Buhl
Allegheny College $30,000

To support Creek Connections, a creative partnership between Allegheny College and area high schools to advance hands on, inquiry based, natural science education.

12/16/11 Buhl
Higher Achievement Pittsburgh $30,000

To provide start-up expenses in Pittsburgh for an innovative afterschool program with a proven track record of raising the academic proficiency of underserved middle school students.

12/16/11 Buhl
Pittsburgh Gateways $25,000

To assist in strategic planning efforts regarding how at-risk youth might be better connected to career pathway opportunities.

12/16/11 Buhl
New Hope for Neighborhood Renewal $20,000

To assist this Northside-based organization in its neighborhood outreach to at-risk elementary, middle school and high school students.

12/16/11 Buhl
Delta Foundation $15,000

To support capacity building in Delta's programmatic effort to promote equality and diversity in the Pittsburgh region.

12/16/11 Buhl
Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council $15,000

To support educational outreach regarding Romare Bearden's ceramic mural permanently housed at the new Gateway Center Subway Station.

12/16/11 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Foundation $10,000

To support a new outreach to seed creative thinking on social challenges in order to advance the Pittsburgh region.

12/16/11 Buhl
Pittsburgh Social Venture Partners $5,000

To support the PSVP in building capacity in nonprofit leaders by encouraging individuals to effectively message their organization.

12/16/11 Buhl
Quantum Theatre $10,000

To support an educational theater program in economically disadvantaged public schools

12/16/11 Frick
Mount Pleasant Area School District $4,739

To support technology innovations to motivate students to read by piloting new technologies and library tools for special needs students in a rural economically challenged district

12/16/11 Frick
Jazz Workshop $4,396

To support music education for underserved students in at risk communities

12/16/11 McCreery
August Wilson Center for African American Culture $100,000

For continued support of the Center’s educational programs for Pittsburgh and its young people ($25,000 from the Frick Fund and $75,000 from the Buhl Fund)

11/1/11 Buhl
Goodwill Industries of Pittsburgh $100,000

To support a capital campaign to improve outreach to at-risk and underserved populations.

11/1/11 Buhl
Allegheny County Library Association $25,000

To support a project for increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of Allegheny County libraries

11/1/11 Buhl
Coro Center for Civic Leadership $15,000

To support Coro Fellows in a CAPSTONE project to encourage greater citizen voice in local governance.

11/1/11 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Institute of Politics $15,000

To support the Institute of Politics' work to improve regional planning efforts while addressing complex problems.

11/1/11 Buhl
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $12,500

To support Festival activities undertaken by the Cultural Trust to make Pittsburgh a more vibrant and family friendly community.

11/1/11 Buhl
Squonk Opera $15,000

To support The Go Roadshow educational activities for Pittsburgh Public School students attending the 2012 “Summer Dreamers Literacy Academy” and school year classes to enhance creativity and music appreciation.

11/1/11 Frick
Opera Theater of Pittsburgh $10,000

For support of educational outreach and matinees for the production of Bizet’s Carmen which will benefit Pittsburgh Public School students.

11/1/11 Frick
River City Brass $10,000

To support “Bridge the Gap 2011: Collaboration Between River City Brass and Pittsburgh Public Schools” to provide an instrumental and vocal enrichment program to PPS students.

 

11/1/11 Frick
Society for Science and the Public $10,000

To support the Public Education Outreach Day to enable thousands of local school children and teachers to attend the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), the premier global pre-college science competition.

11/1/11 Frick
University of Pittsburgh, Department of Theatre Arts $8,000

To support matinees of two science-focused productions for students in economically disadvantaged communities: Darwin and the Kid and Lessons from Birds.

11/1/11 Frick
WQED $100,000

To support a second year of the WQED series “It’s Pittsburgh and a Lot of Other Stuff” produced by Rick Sebak.

9/21/11 Buhl
Allegheny Conference on Community Development $50,000

To support the Agenda Development Fund of the Allegheny Conference.

9/21/11 Buhl
Vibrant Pittsburgh $35,000

To continue Buhl’s support of a broad based community collaborative to increase diversity in Western Pennsylvania.

9/21/11 Buhl
WYEP $30,000

To support the creation of WYEP’s teen center, an innovative, student led organization to develop leadership skills while giving youth a voice in media.

9/21/11 Buhl
Community Design Center of Pittsburgh $25,000

To support efforts on the Northside of Pittsburgh to encourage effective and attractive design and development.

9/21/11 Buhl
Grove City College $25,000

To support the College’s BEST robotics program to enhance science, technology, engineering and mathematics understanding in 24 teams of middle and high school students.

9/21/11 Buhl
Pittsburgh Foundation $25,000

To support human service organizations through the Day of Giving initiative being coordinated by the Pittsburgh Foundation.

9/21/11 Buhl
Focus on Renewal $15,000

For two-year support of restructuring efforts as Focus on Renewal seeks financial stability in its outreach to at-risk populations in  McKees Rocks.

9/21/11 Buhl
Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern Pennsylvania $10,000

To support youth development activities through mentoring support, training and outreach in public schools.

9/21/11 Buhl
Pittsburgh Symphony Society $20,000

For two-year support of teacher materials for the Schooltime and TinyTots programs in program years 2011-2012 and 2012-2013.

9/21/11 Frick
Associated Artists of Pittsburgh $15,000

For “Taking a Closer Look,” an outreach program for middle school children of the Pittsburgh Public Schools who will learn about artists in the region whose work is displayed in their schools.

9/21/11 Frick
Prime Stage $12,000

To support technology enhancements for the theater production of “A Wrinkle in Time” in order to help engage students more effectively in the literary and theatrical experience.

9/21/11 Frick
Saltworks Theatre Company $10,000

To support educational plays and related materials on bullying and drug and alcohol abuse prevention presented to Pittsburgh Public School elementary students.

9/21/11 Frick
Frick Art and Historical Center $5,000

To support teacher workshops providing new ways to integrate art, history and science into the K-12 curriculum.

9/21/11 Frick
Pittsburgh Chess Club $5,000

For chess activities in the Pittsburgh Public Schools as a methodology to develop critical thinking.

9/21/11 Frick
Pittsburgh Public Theater $5,000

To enable underserved public school students to attend the “Open Stage” productions with the goal of improving critical thinking and discussion skills

9/21/11 Frick
World Federalist Association of Pittsburgh d/b/a Global Solutions Education Fund $5,000

To support the “Learn Locally-Think Globally” high school teacher training workshops in Western Pennsylvania.

9/21/11 Frick
Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra $3,000

To support the Visiting Artists Program in Westmoreland County public schools.

9/21/11 Frick
Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh $6,000

To provide start-up support for urban high school outreach efforts in celebration of the Junior Mendelssohn Choir’s 25th anniversary.

9/21/11 McCreery
City of Asylum $100,000

To support the development of a new Literary Center on Pittsburgh’s Northside which will serve as a community revitalization anchor

6/15/11 Buhl
Mattress Factory $100,000

A challenge grant to support installation of a major art piece, entitled ACUPUNCTURE, planned for the museum’s main facility at 500 Sampsonia Way on the Northside

6/15/11 Buhl
Education Policy and Leadership Center (EPLC) $50,000

To support the programs of EPLC in Western Pennsylvania including the Arts and Education Initiative ($35,000 from the Frick Fund and $15,000 from the Buhl Fund)

6/15/11 Buhl
3 Rivers Connect $44,000

To support the creation of an educational web-based resource connection called the Dynamic Resource Portal (DRP) to enable regional educators to search for quality educational content to support the instruction of their students ($22,000 from Frick Fund and $22,000 from Buhl Fund)

6/15/11 Buhl
Sustainable Pittsburgh $30,000

To help build capacity within Sustainable Pittsburgh by assisting with its business research and convening efforts

6/15/11 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, CONNECT $30,000

To assist the Congress of Neighboring Communities as it seeks financial stability while working to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of local municipal governance

6/15/11 Buhl
Center for Victims of Violence and Crime $25,000

To assist with launching of the Dialogue and Resolution Center to address violence and conflict resolution opportunities

6/15/11 Buhl
Pittsburgh Filmmakers $25,000

To support production services and Filmmakers’ efforts to build capacity in nonprofit organizations through creative use of media

6/15/11 Buhl
Forbes Funds $15,000

To build capacity in and continue outreach to nonprofit organizations by supporting collaboration or merger in these difficult economic times

6/15/11 Buhl
POWER $15,000

To build capacity and impact through an integrated telephone system coupled with marketing and outreach to women in at-risk situations

6/15/11 Buhl
GTECH $9,000

For additional funding to support collaboration with multiple partners on Pittsburgh’s North Side to provide education on and reclamation of vacant lots as a community revitalization strategy

6/15/11 Buhl
Moving the Lives of Kids Arts Center $5,000

To support mural projects that build community spirit and skills in young people especially in under resourced Pittsburgh neighborhoods

6/15/11 Buhl
And Step, Inc $5,000

To assist with an outreach to youth in at-risk situations in Wilkinsburg and East End communities

6/15/11 Buhl
Community Empowerment Association $5,000

For support of a conference to improve the quality, effectiveness and efficiencies of services and treatment of African American children, youth and families exposed to violence

6/15/11 Buhl
Franklin Center of Beaver County $5,000

To support a collaborative program with Beaver County Community College encouraging entrepreneurism in young people

6/15/11 Buhl
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank $5,000

To support the Legacy Fund, established in the name of Joyce Rothermel, as a way to honor the retiring CEO and Co-Founder of the Food Bank

6/15/11 Buhl
Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience (PULSE) $5,000

To support a pilot expansion project to build capacity in not-for-profits through service leadership and volunteerism

6/15/11 Buhl
Poise Foundation $5,000

To support African American male leadership development as part of the Rho Boule “Education: The Key to Economic Empowerment” Conference

6/15/11 Buhl
North Side Cultural Collaborative $2,500

To support the new “Sundae Market” intended to encourage tourism on Pittsburgh’s Northside

6/15/11 Buhl
Three Rivers Community Foundation $2,500

To support its Annual Conference and its new focus on youth leadership development

6/15/11 Buhl
The Consortium for Public Education $25,000

To support the design and pilot of “My Action Plan for Success” (MAPS), a process to help teachers motivate and coach middle school students in creating a personalized map to achievement in and out of school

6/15/11 Frick
Carnegie Mellon University/Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center $18,000

For a pilot program entitled “Computation and Science for Teachers” (CAST), to improve the use of modeling and computation to prepare students with real world problem solving strategies

6/15/11 Frick
Carnegie Mellon University/School of Music $5,000

To improve teaching and learning of music in school districts with high poverty rates

6/15/11 Frick
World Affairs Council $5,000

To support the Summer Institute for teachers: Teaching Contemporary Global Issues

6/15/11 Frick
Pittsburgh Opera $4,000

To provide support for “mock auditions” for high school students preparing for a college degree in vocal music

6/15/11 McCreery
Heinz History Center $75,000

To support three years of educational programming for Western Pennsylvania youth

4/13/11 Buhl
UCP of Pittsburgh $50,000

To support the development of a unique, environmentally sensitive, state-of-the-art Educational Center to better serve handicapped populations

4/13/11 Buhl
United Way of Allegheny County $50,000

To continue support of Youth Futures Commission initiatives for youth in at-risk situations in partnership with other funders and the United Way

4/13/11 Buhl
Urban League of Pittsburgh $40,000

To continue the Black Male Leadership Development Institute as it expands to deepen impact and serve more youth

4/13/11 Buhl
Venture Outdoors $30,000

For continued support of innovative recreational activities targeting increased participation within traditionally underserved neighborhoods on Pittsburgh’s Northside

4/13/11 Buhl
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh $25,000

To support public outreach and education regarding the value of Carnegie Library and its system of neighborhood libraries

4/13/11 Buhl
Community Design Center $25,000

To support the search for a new leader and CDC’s realignment to the changing design needs of Pittsburgh and its North Side

4/13/11 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Project $25,000

To assist with the purchase of a warehouse on Pittsburgh’s Northside as part of a longer-term vision to expand restoration efforts directed toward at-risk neighborhoods and populations

4/13/11 Buhl
Women and Girls Foundation of Southwest Pennsylvania $25,000

To support technology and software upgrades to build capacity and organizational effectiveness for addressing gender equity

4/13/11 Buhl
Hosanna House $20,000

To support outreach and development activities for youth in at-risk situations in Wilkinsburg

4/13/11 Buhl
YouthPlaces $20,000

To support a summer violence prevention program in Allegheny County’s most at-risk neighborhoods

 

4/13/11 Buhl
Pittsburgh Filmmakers $18,000

For additional support to complete production and educational materials for a documentary on the Allegheny Observatory and its contributions both to science and this region

 

4/13/11 Buhl
GTECH $15,000

To support a collaboration among multiple partners on Pittsburgh’s North Side to provide education on and reclamation of vacant lots as a community revitalization strategy

4/13/11 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Institute of Politics $15,000

To support a case study project analyzing and learning from Elsie Hillman’s significant impact as a civic leader in Western Pennsylvania

4/13/11 Buhl
ACLD $10,000

To support the second phase of a public outreach campaign to encourage early detection of specific learning disabilities in order to improve educational outcomes

4/13/11 Buhl
Child Watch of Pittsburgh $10,000

To support Child Watch’s role within the Allegheny County Roundtable for addressing truancy, especially among at-risk populations

4/13/11 Buhl
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $7,500

To support the cultural, outreach and youth development activities of the Children’s International Festival and the Three Rivers Arts Festival

4/13/11 Buhl
Mount Washington Community Development Corporation $5,000

To support the historic preservation plan for Emerald View Park that will provide education  about Pittsburgh‘s history for school groups, hikers, and tourists

4/13/11 Buhl
Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Summit/Forbes Funds $5,000

To support the 2011 Nonprofit Summit that seeks to strengthen the nonprofit sector for a stronger region

4/13/11 Buhl
Pittsburgh Foundation $5,000

To participate in a funders coalition to study the past effectiveness of and future prospects for neighborhood based community development efforts

4/13/11 Buhl
Carnegie Institute/Carnegie Science Center $20,000

To support programs which enhance appreciation by students and teachers of science regarding technological innovations in our region

4/13/11 Frick
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy $5,240

To expand the partnership with public schools and underserved communities near Frick Park by engaging teachers and parents in sessions to design the Environmental Center’s education outreach efforts

4/13/11 Frick
Pennsylvania Humanities Council $5,000

To pilot strategies to engage local teachers and students in the Humanities on the Road production of “Steel Towns, Coalfields & the Unbroken Circle”

4/13/11 Frick
Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre $5,000

To support outreach to underserved public schools in the region with the goal of increasing student connection to classical literature through theater

4/13/11 Frick
Pittsburgh Opera Inc. $5,000

To support the K-12 education programs which include a rigorous year-long workshop for teachers

4/13/11 Frick
Chatham Baroque $7,500

To support the Peanut Butter and Jam sessions for musical outreach to young children

4/13/11 McCreery
Children's Festival Chorus $3,500

To support the Educator’s Workshop for area elementary and middle school music teachers in 2011 entitled “Swing into Spring with Mr. Rogers”

4/13/11 McCreery
Oakland Service Ministries for the Oakland Girls Choir $3,000

To provide musical exploration and performance opportunities to students in grades K to 3 in an afterschool program in Wilkinsburg

4/13/11 McCreery
University of Pittsburgh, School of Education $73,152

For utilizing virtual conferencing technology to provide professional development and peer support for superintendents and other leaders in public school districts within Western Pennsylvania.

2/16/11 Buhl
Pittsburgh Foundation $30,000

To continue Buhl’s participation in a pooled fund supporting the partnership between Allegheny County Department of Human Services and the foundation community for improving the response to human services needs of at-risk populations.

2/16/11 Buhl
Leadership Pittsburgh $25,000

To implement the Experienced Dreamers project to experiment how Pittsburgh's amenities might be utilized as as economic development tool while benefitting the not-for-profit community.

2/16/11 Buhl
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership $25,000

To develop a “State of Downtown Pittsburgh” report that helps gauge the vitality of the downtown Pittsburgh urban core.

2/16/11 Buhl
Pittsburgh Foundation $25,000

To support the Pittsburgh is Art Day of Giving initiative to encourage greater community support of arts and culture organizations, especially those on Pittsburgh’s North Side.

2/16/11 Buhl
Urban Impact Foundation $25,000

To support development of an integrated database, within a secure, robust and reliable technology environment to build capacity in this Northside-based program serving at-risk youth.

2/16/11 Buhl
Pittsburgh Foundation $25,000

To continue Buhl’s participation in a pooled fund supporting the partnership between Allegheny County Department of Human Services and the foundation community for improving programs seeking to reduce recidivism in Allegheny County.

2/16/11 Buhl
The Program for Offenders $25,000

For capacity building efforts to increase the breadth and impact of services offered to women in at-risk situations.

2/16/11 Buhl
Pittsburgh Filmmakers $10,000

To help fund the Ken Love documentary on the Maxo Vanka murals at St. Nicholas Church in Millvale as a tribute to Pittsburgh’s deep ethnic roots.

2/16/11 Buhl
Foundation Center $4,000

For support of this national and local resource for foundations and non-for-profits.

2/16/11 Buhl
Attack Theatre $10,000

To support a pilot project where teaching artists of Attack Theatre and Pace School faculty collaborate to create a movement curriculum that integrates with core curricular objectives for children with complex social and emotional challenges that will be replicated in other special education environments.

2/16/11 Frick
Pittsburgh Public Theater $5,000

To enable underserved public school students to attend the productions Circle Mirror Transformation and Superior Donuts with the goal of improving critical thinking and discussion skills.

2/16/11 Frick
Gateway to the Arts $4,500

For support of professional development for over 140 arts teachers in the Pittsburgh Public Schools in partnership with teaching artists from Gateway to the Arts.

2/16/11 Frick
Keystone Oaks School District/Project Succeed $3,000

To enhance the career fair and the differentiated math instruction with the addition of new computer-based software that will help area students who have dropped out of school earn a diploma from their home district.

2/16/11 Frick
Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh $1,500

To support free screenings of films for public high school students with the goal of promoting dialogue and cultural understanding.

2/16/11 Frick
Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra $2,000

For the creation of small ensemble groups to increase the skill of student musicians and also to increase performances in smaller venues in underserved communities.

2/16/11 McCreery
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh $1,000,000

For beautification of the public park within Allegheny Center Mall to encourage community gatherings and enjoyment.

12/10/10 Buhl
Carlow University $150,000

To support new learner and performance centered teaching methodology that utilizes technology to increase the interest and performance of women in the STEM arena, particularly in math.

12/10/10 Buhl
August Wilson Center for African American Culture $100,000

For continued support of the Center’s educational programs for Pittsburgh’s young people ($75,000 from the Buhl Fund and $25,000 from the Frick Fund).

12/10/10 Buhl
A+ Schools $50,000

An action-research and engagement model that seeks to identify and remedy problematic situations within the Pittsburgh Public Schools ($30,000 from Buhl Fund and $20,000 from Frick Fund).

12/10/10 Buhl
Carnegie Mellon University $50,000

To support a partnership between CMU and Saturday Light Brigade, for the “Hear Me” project, to improve teaching and instruction for young people while providing a voice to children.

12/10/10 Buhl
The Fred Rogers Company $35,000

To support a partnership between the Fred Rogers Company and the Allegheny Intermediate Unit to develop an early childhood curriculum of proven parenting techniques to help families experiencing homelessness.

12/10/10 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Institute of Politics $15,000

To support the Institute of Politics’ work to improve planning efforts while addressing complex regional problems.

12/10/10 Buhl
Saint Francis University $10,100

To support a program entitled Rural Outreach Laboratory Learning (ROLL) to help teachers in disadvantaged school districts work with students.

12/10/10 Buhl
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $5,000

To support and enhance the technology platform for 2010-2011 First Night activities.

12/10/10 Buhl
Pittsburgh Social Venture Partners $5,000

For the Fast Pitch Event to encourage innovation in not-for-profit organizations.

12/10/10 Buhl
Duquesne University, School of Education $15,000

To provide start-up support for a program of professional development for secondary science teachers that will improve inquiry-based pedagogy and content knowledge.

12/10/10 Frick
Autumn House Press $10,000

To support a teacher training process involving a year-long collaboration between professionals in the writing field and K-12 teachers to design a curriculum for poetry writing.

12/10/10 Frick
Quantum Theatre $10,000

To support an educational theater program in economically disadvantaged public schools.

12/10/10 Frick
Opera Theater of Pittsburgh $5,000

For support of educational outreach and matinees for the production of a Gospel opera entitled The Gospel of Colonus which will benefit Pittsburgh Public School students.

12/10/10 Frick
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre $5,000

To support arts education curriculum materials for area teachers and students for 2010-2011.

12/10/10 Frick
Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh $2,500

For environmental education materials for public school students who attend the American Jewish Museum’s exhibit Too Shallow for Diving: the 21st Century is Treading Water.

12/10/10 Frick
Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh $2,500

To create and distribute a DVD of Holocaust survivors/liberator testimonies for classroom use in regional public schools.

12/10/10 Frick
McKeesport Symphony Society $3,500

To support the McKeesport Youth Orchestra that serves students in communities surrounding McKeesport.

12/10/10 McCreery
WQED $100,000

To support a new WQED series “It’s Pittsburgh and A Lot of Other Stuff” produced by Rick Sebak.

10/22/10 Buhl
Bethlehem Haven $65,000

To support new efforts to enhance and expand its Rapid Re-Housing and Permanent Supportive Housing programs for homeless and at risk women.

10/22/10 Buhl
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank $50,000

To assist efforts to build capacity to serve communities in need within Southwestern Pennsylvania.

10/22/10 Buhl
Family Hospice and Palliative Care $50,000

For funding of a pilot program to increase hospice care to the African American community on Pittsburgh’s Northside.

10/22/10 Buhl
Girl Scouts of Western Pennsylvania $30,000

To extend the Girl Scouts’ Education Initiative Program, including its STEM enrichment programs, to girls on Pittsburgh’s North Side.

10/22/10 Buhl
Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council $25,000

To assist GPLC in providing additional adult literacy opportunities as the recession increases need.

10/22/10 Buhl
STOREHOUSE for Teachers $25,000

To support its efforts to provide free resources for teachers and their students in at-risk neighborhoods in Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania.

10/22/10 Buhl
Pittsburgh Association for the Education of Young Children (PAEYC) $25,000

To fund the development of a business plan to guide PAEYC as it expands to offer high quality early literacy professional development for the child care and education community in Southwestern Pennsylvania ($15,000 from the Frick Fund and $10,000 from the Buhl Fund).

10/22/10 Frick
Kelly Strayhorn Theater/Community Theater Project Corporation $10,000

For the matinee series entitled artsSEEDS whereby Pittsburgh Public School students attend performances by contemporary and young artists while teachers are provided classroom activities that enrich the experience.

10/22/10 Frick
Dance Alloy Theater $10,000

To support residencies, mentoring relationships and performances for students in five Pittsburgh Public Schools.

10/22/10 Frick
Mercy Behavioral Health/Mercy Life Center Corporation $10,000

For one-time support for the Dancing Classrooms program where fifth grade classes in the Pittsburgh Public Schools learn positive social awareness, confidence and self-esteem while learning to dance.

10/22/10 Frick
University of Pittsburgh, Department of Theatre Arts $10,000

To support Shakespeare-in-the-Schools matinees of two science-focused productions for students in economically disadvantaged communities: Darwin and the Kid and Lessons from the Birds.

10/22/10 Frick
Young Men & Women’s African Heritage Association $3,000

For Pittsburgh Public School students to attend an art exhibit of quilts and for related educational activities created by the Nia Cultural Arts and Education of YMWAHA in the North Side.

10/22/10 Frick
Allegheny Conference on Community Development $50,000

To support the Agenda Development Fund and its broad impact on policy and economic development in the Pittsburgh region.

9/10/10 Buhl
Coro Center for Civic Leadership $35,000

To support Coro Fellows and leadership development in young adults as they learn to channel citizen voices as advocates for change.

9/10/10 Buhl
Regional Opportunity Center $35,000

To continue Buhl’s support of a broad based community collaborative to increase diversity in Western Pennsylvania.

9/10/10 Buhl
Allegheny Youth Development $30,000

To support AYD’s outreach to Pittsburgh Schiller on the Northside for at-risk students in grades six through eight.

9/10/10 Buhl
George Junior Republic $30,000

To support this organization’s mission to turn around the lives of young people as it celebrates its 100th anniversary with construction of a new Academic Center.

9/10/10 Buhl
Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh $25,000

To provide transitional staff support for the Charm Bracelet project as it moves to become self-sustaining and continue its impact on the Northside.

9/10/10 Buhl
Pittsburgh Foundation $25,000

To participate in the Day of Giving initiative by broadening support for human service organizations in the Pittsburgh region.

9/10/10 Buhl
Smart Futures $25,000

To continue Buhl’s support of the regional expansion of PA eMentoring, a teaching tool to help students build college and career plans with the online assistance of working adult mentors.

9/10/10 Buhl
Strong Women Strong Girls $25,000

To provide support for this afterschool mentoring program for third to fifth grade girls in at-risk communities in Allegheny County.

9/10/10 Buhl
Saint Vincent College / Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media $20,000

To support background research critical for the writing of a biography on Fred Rogers to chronicle his significant impact on young people.

9/10/10 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh $20,000

For three-year support of the Forum for Western Pennsylvania School Superintendents.

9/10/10 Frick
Pittsburgh Musical Theater $15,000

To support matinees for public schools serving disadvantaged students.

 

9/10/10 Frick
Associated Artists of Pittsburgh $10,000

For continuation of an education program called “Taking a Closer Look” for middle school children of the Pittsburgh Public Schools who will learn about regional artists and the artwork displayed in their schools.

9/10/10 Frick
Squonk Opera $10,000

To support educational activities for Pittsburgh Public School students in grades four to eight attending the show Mayhem and Majesty at the New Hazlett Theater on the North Side.

9/10/10 Frick
Saltworks Theatre Company $10,000

To support educational plays and related materials on bullying and drug and alcohol abuse prevention presented to Pittsburgh Public School elementary students.

9/10/10 Frick
World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh $5,000

To support the Summer Institute for Teachers: Teaching Contemporary Global Issues.

9/10/10 Frick
The Pittsburgh Chess Club $5,000

For chess activities in the Pittsburgh Public Schools.

9/10/10 Frick
Carnegie Institute/Carnegie Science Center $3,000

To support efforts to align Science Center materials and in-class experiences with PSSA standards used by secondary teachers in preparation for class visits.

9/10/10 Frick
Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra $3,000

To support the Visiting Artists Program in public schools in Westmoreland County.

9/10/10 Frick
Community College of Allegheny County Educational Foundation $200,000

To support a pilot program to encourage unemployed young adults, aged 17-25, to pursue training and certificate programs as they seek gainful employment.

6/16/10 Buhl
East End Cooperative Ministry $150,000

To support EECM's expansion to a new centralized location in East Liberty and to assist EECM in creating spaces that benefit traditionally underserved youth populations.

6/16/10 Buhl
August Wilson Center for African American Culture $100,000

For continued support of educational outreach programs for Pittsburgh young people that celebrate our rich African American heritage and culture ($25,000 from the Frick Fund and $75,000 from the Buhl Fund).

6/16/10 Buhl
NEED $100,000

To support programmatic activities to ensure its continued viability as a leader in helping African Americans and other underserved populations pursue post-secondary opportunities.

6/16/10 Buhl
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy $100,000

To support a complete renovation and restoration of Mellon Square to its original grandeur as a downtown park that richly contributes to Pittsburgh's quality of life.

6/16/10 Buhl
YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh $90,000

To support high school students in at-risk environments through the "Check and Connect" program to be piloted by the Homewood Children's Village.

6/16/10 Buhl
Pittsburgh Partnership for Neighborhood Development $82,500

To support neighborhood capacity building on Pittsburgh's Northside through partnership with the CD Collaborative and the Northside Leadership Conference.

6/16/10 Buhl
United Way of Allegheny County $50,000

To support efforts to reduce youth violence and improve educational outcomes for young people, especially those in at-risk situations in partnership with the Youth Futures Commission.

6/16/10 Buhl
Center of Life $35,000

For support of a pilot program to assist parents and caregivers in working through homework projects with their children ($15,000) and for improvement of its facilities ($20,000) in the underserved Hazelwood neighborhood.

6/16/10 Buhl
Family Resources $30,800

To pilot a program with Riverbends that uses genealogy and family history to encourage development of academic skills for youth in housing communities.

6/16/10 Buhl
Leadership Pittsburgh $30,000

To support its new three-year strategic vision for development of young leaders in Pittsburgh and to increase diversity and impact.

6/16/10 Buhl
Pittsburgh Foundation $30,000

To fund the Allegheny County Jail Collaborative and its three-year pilot program to support children of incarcerated parents while reducing recidivism.

6/16/10 Buhl
Reading is Fundamental Pittsburgh $30,000

To build out an enhanced website to support RIF's new strategic plan to reach more underserved children.

6/16/10 Buhl
3 Rivers Connect $30,000

For support of the Regional Indicators program and its new initiative to better inform decision-making in Western Pennsylvania through enhanced journalism.

6/16/10 Buhl
Academy Charter School $25,000

To provide teacher development resources to better instruct students in at-risk situations arising from involvement in the criminal justice system.

6/16/10 Buhl
Entrepreneuring Youth $25,000

To support a year-long mastery training in entrepreneurship for teachers and to build mentoring partnerships for teachers in the business community.

6/16/10 Buhl
GTECH $25,000

To support a pilot project of SPARC and its partner organizations to utilize green infrastructure investments as a community/neighborhood revitalization strategy.

6/16/10 Buhl
Minority & Women Educational Labor Agency $25,000

To support capacity building in this agency as they seek to increase female and minority participation in the construction fields.

6/16/10 Buhl
Pennsylvania State University, New Kensington Campus $25,000

To support a fun and interesting STEM outreach project for at-risk students in local schools within PSU/NK's footprint and to encourage exploration of STEM careers.

6/16/10 Buhl
Schenley Heights Community Development Program $25,000

To support this community-based afterschool program as it undertakes a new STEM project for Hill District students.

6/16/10 Buhl
Young Life Pittsburgh $25,000

To expand a pilot program that reaches out to at-risk teen moms with parenting and career development assistance.

6/16/10 Buhl
Achieva $23,000

For expansion of a webinar project that broadcasts informational programs on health and wellness topics to families dealing with disability-related issues.

6/16/10 Buhl
First Tee of Pittsburgh $20,000

To support capacity building, with software and technology development, for this organization that uses golf as a teaching vehicle for youth development.

6/16/10 Buhl
Allegheny Conference on Community Development $10,000

To utilize a partnership with the Pittsburgh Penguins as a strategy to retain talented college grads in the Pittsburgh area.

6/16/10 Buhl
St. Paul Lutheran Church $10,000

A challenge grant to help repair the boiler in this historic Zelienople church originally founded by Christian Buhl and supported by Henry   Buhl, Jr.

6/16/10 Buhl
Dress for Success Pittsburgh $9,550

For the purchase of computer software to enhance outreach efforts for women in disadvantaged situations to reenter the workforce.

6/16/10 Buhl
Shepherd's Heart Fellowship $5,700

To provide interim support for the van ministry to the homeless.

6/16/10 Buhl
Moving the Lives of Kids Arts Center $5,000

To support "Art for the Generations," where youth and retirees from the Northside research, design and create murals at the Center for Fair Housing.

6/16/10 Buhl
North Side Cultural Collaborative $5,000

To cover a series of workshops, staff expenses, marketing materials and programmatic fees for activities impacting young people during the 7th Annual Northside Celebration in the Park.

6/16/10 Buhl
Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry $3,522

To cover the costs of new equipment for the Youth Development Program of this outreach that impacts North Side families.

6/16/10 Buhl
Community Empowerment Association $1,000

To support the 7th Annual Black Family Reunion and Cultural Arts Weekend.

6/16/10 Buhl
Carnegie Mellon University $7,480

For continued support for the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center to design and implement a multidisciplinary bioinformatics course for local high school teachers including curriculum and lessons aligned with PA standards.

6/16/10 Frick
California University of Pennsylvania $5,000

In partnership with university professors and student teachers, to support math and science education programs in four schools in Fayette and Washington counties to benefit at-risk students in third, fourth and fifth grades.

6/16/10 Frick
Frick Art & Historical Center $5,000

To support teacher workshops providing new ways to integrate art, history and science into the K-12 curriculum.

6/16/10 Frick
Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh $1,500

To provide musical outreach and educational activities related to the Mendelssohn Junior Choir.

6/16/10 McCreery
Pittsburgh Youth Chamber Orchestra $1,500

To provide partial support for the purchase of two timpani that will allow the Pittsburgh Youth Chamber Orchestra to expand its repertoire.

6/16/10 McCreery
ASSET $50,000

To support research-based science teacher training in "cognitive coaching" and the development of ASSET's capacity to improve teaching and learning in math ($25,000 from Frick Fund and $25,000 from Buhl Fund).

4/21/10 Buhl
Focus on Renewal $20,000

To complete arts and culture transition programming as a bridge from community-based activities into the new Father Ryan Performing Arts Center as additional support for this key institution in an underserved neighborhood.

4/21/10 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh Press $15,000

To help underwrite the cost of a new book on the history of Chatham Village, a Buhl funded neighborhood built in 1932.

4/21/10 Buhl
Friends of the Riverfront $10,000

To continue the evolution of creative electronic mapping information to increase access to and use of Pittsburgh's riverfront trail network, an important amenity in the region's quality of life.

4/21/10 Buhl
United Way of Allegheny County $10,000

To utilize "Fred Rogers Day" as an opportunity to build volunteerism in the greater Pittsburgh community.

4/21/10 Buhl
Pittsburgh Association for the Education of Young Children (PAEYC) $5,000

To support professional development of early childhood teachers, parents and community leaders attending a conference entitled "Creativity: Where the Future Begins" in partnership with Allegheny County Family Support Centers and Pennsylvania Council on the Arts ($2,500 from the Frick Fund and $2,500 from the Buhl Fund).

4/21/10 Buhl
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $5,000

To support and enhance the creative technology platform for mobile interactivity during the Three Rivers Arts Festival.

4/21/10 Buhl
Pittsburgh Public Schools/Pittsburgh Foundation $2,500

To help Pittsburgh Public Schools hire and retain effective educational leaders.

4/21/10 Buhl
Duquesne University, School of Education $5,000

To support the "Courageous Leaders Retreat" for 200 educators emphasizing methods to build supportive and effective learning environments in schools.  Among the attendees will be Pittsburgh Public Schools personnel in the Principals Emerging Leaders Academy (PELA) and others from the regional public schools.

4/21/10 Frick
Pittsburgh Opera $5,000

To support the Student Matinee performance of Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro which ties into the teacher's participation in the Opera Academy, a rigorous year long workshop to help teacher's enhance their curriculum.

4/21/10 Frick
Bricolage Production Company $2,500

For high school students to see the play Speech & Debate and participate in the educational program "Walk the Talk" that involves forensic exercises to improve a student's ability to formulate ideas and speak in public.

4/21/10 Frick
Oakland Service Ministries for the Oakland Girls Choir $3,000

To provide music training for children K-3 in Wilkinsburg to improve opportunities in this often underserved neighborhood.

4/21/10 McCreery
The Consortium for Public Education $50,000

To expand three leadership initiatives, Middle-High Forum, The Future is Mine and Leadership Design Team, which are provided in 42 school districts in seven counties ($25,000 from Frick Fund and $25,000 from Buhl Fund).

2/12/10 Buhl
Urban League of Pittsburgh $30,000

To expand the Black Male Leadership Development Institute into a pilot project to develop young leaders in underserved neighborhoods.

2/12/10 Buhl
Hopital Albert Schweitzer Haiti $25,000

To provide emergency relief to Haiti in response to the earthquake disaster.

2/12/10 Buhl
DePaul School for Hearing & Speech $25,000

To support a public education campaign to raise awareness among parents/caregivers regarding hearing loss in children under age five.

2/12/10 Buhl
Grow Pittsburgh $25,000

To develop a pilot program to encourage vegetable gardens as a community development strategy in neighborhoods.

2/12/10 Buhl
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts $25,000

To pilot an arts and afterschool program in an underserved East Hills neighborhood that addresses both in-school and out-of-school time.

2/12/10 Buhl
Manchester Youth Development Center $25,000

To support expansion of afterschool activities to include a Saturday morning program for children in an historically underserved neighborhood.

2/12/10 Buhl
Sustainable Pittsburgh $25,000

To support Pittsburgh's hosting of the United Nations' World Environment Day and in support of the concurrent strategy to address our water as a critical regional asset.

2/12/10 Buhl
University of PIttsburgh, Institute of Politics $20,000

Two-year support for the Power of 32 visioning effort to develop a shared vision for the greater Pittsburgh region.

2/12/10 Buhl
Allegheny County Court Appointed Special Advocate Program (CASA) $17,500

To support staff and board development to increase the quality of the organization's advocacy in support of young people in at-risk situations.

2/12/10 Buhl
Pennsylvania Institute for Conservation Education $10,000

To support development of a new field school in Southwestern Pennsylvania.

2/12/10 Buhl
New Hazlett Theater $9,000

For second year support of a leadership development effort to encourage the involvement of a young and diverse cohort of future leaders.

2/12/10 Buhl
Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Center $5,000

In conjunction with Manchester Bidwell Corporation, to help support a Pittsburgh-based conference "Reducing Youth Violence" as a strategy to address community-wide problems.

2/12/10 Buhl
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Metro-Urban Institute $2,500

For the Urban Intensive Weekend Conference on "Environmental Justice and the City" and its support of grassroots organizations and religious congregations in lower income communities.

2/12/10 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, School of Social Work $2,500

To support the "Race in America" National Conference to be held in Pittsburgh as a strategy to stress the importance of diversity in healthy communities.

2/12/10 Buhl
Quantum Theatre $10,000

To support an educational theater program in four schools that will stimulate imagination in students.

2/12/10 Frick
United Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh $1,000

To support free screenings of films to public high schools with the goal of promoting dialogue and cultural understanding.

2/12/10 Frick
Chatham Baroque $7,500

To support the Peanut Butter & Jam musical concerts for preschool children and their parents.

2/12/10 McCreery
UMOJA African Arts Company $6,500

To support a music appreciation program of African music and dance for children at Vann Elementary School and to enhance performance offerings at the African Arts in the Park Festival at Allegheny Commons in August 2010.

2/12/10 McCreery
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $2,500

To develop teacher guidebooks for the 24th International Children's Festival and support attendance of students from disadvantaged schools.

2/12/10 McCreery
Point Park University $250,000

Support of the University's Academic Village Initiative which seeks to improve the education experience while transforming downtown Pittsburgh.

12/11/09 Buhl
YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh $80,000

To support the purchase of high-tech exercise equipment in the YMCA's North Side facility to encourage physical fitness among young people.

12/11/09 Buhl
Smart Futures $50,000

To support regional expansion of PA eMentoring, a teaching tool to help students build college and career plans with the online assistance of working adult mentors ($25,000 from the Frick Fund, $25,000 from the Buhl Fund).

12/11/09 Buhl
Northside Leadership Conference $50,000

Support for Phase II of the revitalization of Allegheny Commons, Pittsburgh's oldest park and a central component of Northside development.

12/11/09 Buhl
Student Conservation Association $25,000

For a planning grant to investigate the creation of a new process to meet the needs of at-risk youth who participate in SCA activities.

12/11/09 Buhl
One Vision One Life $16,000

Support for violence reduction efforts among young people by assisting with one-time costs for moving to more efficient and cost-effective space.

12/11/09 Buhl
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $3,000

To support and enhance a technology platform for mobile interactivity during the First Night celebration.

12/11/09 Buhl
Pittsburgh Public Schools $100,000

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Henry C. Frick Educational Fund, two-year support for a mini-grant program that will empower and enhance Pittsburgh Public Schools teachers' ability to create innovations in teaching and learning.

12/11/09 Frick
Chatham University $25,000

Continued support of the Pittsburgh Teachers Institute which provides professional development for Pittsburgh Public School teachers wishing in-depth graduate level content knowledge for curriculum enhancements in their classrooms.

12/11/09 Frick
Carnegie Institute/Carnegie Science Center $25,000

To support the SciTech Initiative's SciTech Days and the Regional Science and Engineering Fair to further enhance STEM education in the Pittsburgh region.

12/11/09 Frick
Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera $17,400

To support 29 performances of Pioneers of Flight for all Pittsburgh Public School students in grades 6 through 8 and development of teaching materials.

12/11/09 Frick
Three Rivers Earth Force $6,000

To engage students at Sto-Rox High in an environmental action project that includes producing a radio segment on the Allegheny Front radio show.

12/11/09 Frick
Riverlife $125,000

To support Riverlife's capital campaign to refurbish Point State Park by providing funding for a new website which will encourage community-wide support and disseminate information on our riverfronts.

11/4/09 Buhl
Allegheny Conference on Community Development $50,000

To support the Agenda Development Fund as part of an effort to improve economic development and the quality of life in Greater Pittsburgh.

11/4/09 Buhl
Hosanna House $30,000

To retain a respected consultant to assist in locating state and federal funds to meet infrastructure needs for this organization serving at-risk neighborhoods in Wilkinsburg.

11/4/09 Buhl
Boys and Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania $28,000

To support an evaluation of Boys & Girls Clubs programs to ascertain and demonstrate effectiveness at reaching populations of underserved youth.

11/4/09 Buhl
Community Design Center of Pittsburgh $25,000

To support the Center's efforts on the Northside of Pittsburgh to encourage effective and attractive design and development.

11/4/09 Buhl
Sarah Heinz House $23,200

To expand computer activities for underserved youth on Pittsburgh's Northside by team participation in the National FIRST Competition.

11/4/09 Buhl
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh $20,000

To purchase the Donor Pro fundraising software to build this organization's capacity for fundraising and information management to better serve young people in need of a mentor.

11/4/09 Buhl
Lutheran Service Society $20,000

To fund a joint purchase, with Bethlehem Haven, of outcomes management software entitled "Social Solutions" to better track impact on women in need.

11/4/09 Buhl
Three Rivers Community Foundation $12,000

To support the purchase and installation of a new interactive, comprehensive website for the Foundation that seeks to bridge persistent divisions in society around issues of race, economic status, gender, sexual identity and disability.

11/4/09 Buhl
Grantmakers for Effective Organizations $10,000

To support GEO's 2010 National Conference which will be held in Pittsburgh in recognition of the leadership of several local foundation heads.

11/4/09 Buhl
Foundation Center $4,000

To support the Foundation Center's efforts to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of grantmaking which impacts organizations locally and nationally.

11/4/09 Buhl
Pittsburgh Symphony Society $20,000

To support costs of teacher materials for the Schooltime and TinyTots programs for school year 2009-2010 and 2010-2011.

11/4/09 Frick
Leadership Pittsburgh $15,000

To support the TEDx Leadership Pittsburgh Prize for Teachers initiative and to foster creative ideas for effective classroom education.

11/4/09 Frick
Opera Theater of Pittsburgh $15,000

For support of educational outreach and matinees for the production of Duke Ellington's Beggar's Holiday which will benefit Pittsburgh Public School students' appreciation of music of African American artists.

11/4/09 Frick
Prime Stage $12,165

To support technology improvements in the theater adaption of classic books that will help students build literacy skills and improve the theater experience.

11/4/09 Frick
Dance Alloy Theater $10,000

To support residencies, mentoring relationships and performances for students in five Pittsburgh Public Schools.

11/4/09 Frick
Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre $10,000

To support education outreach to underserved public schools in the region with the goal of increasing students' connection to classical literature through theater.

11/4/09 Frick
PIttsburgh Public Theater $10,000

To enable 200 underserved students in public high schools to attend the production of Ella and A Midsummer Night's Dream.

11/4/09 Frick
Squonk Opera $10,000

To support education outreach that encourages creativity in public school students during the Squonk Opera artist residency at the Kelly-Stayhorn Theater.

11/4/09 Frick
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre $8,000

For arts education curriculum materials for area teachers and their students for 2009-2010.

11/4/09 Frick
Pittsburgh Chess Club $5,000

For chess activities in the Pittsburgh Public Schools that engage students in analytical and strategy building skills.

11/4/09 Frick
Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra $3,000

To support the Visiting Artists Program to enhance student appreciation of classical music.

11/4/09 Frick
Calliope $8,000

 To provide music lessons in African percussion and folk guitar to underserved children in partnership with the Boys and Girls Club in Lawrenceville.

11/4/09 McCreery
Allegheny Trail Alliance $50,000

 To assist with completion of the Great Allegheny Passage, an excellent stimulator of outdoor activity and economic development, that adds to the quality of life of Western Pennsylvania.

9/2/09 Buhl
Coro Center for Civic Leadership $17,500

 To train individuals interested in public office in leadership and ethics principles as a strategy to diversity and enhance leadership in Western Pennsylvania.

9/2/09 Buhl
Saturday Light Brigade $15,000

To create audio storybooks for use in North Side cultural institutions and North Side classrooms while encouraging youth development activities.

9/2/09 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Institute of Politics $15,000

To help support University of Pittsburgh-based regional planning efforts to enhance quality of life in Western Pennsylvania.

9/2/09 Buhl
Allegheny Conference on Community Development $10,000

To support Pittsburgh's efforts to host the G-20 Summit in September in partnership with the White House and President Barack Obama as a specific economic development strategy.

9/2/09 Buhl
Dress for Success Pittsburgh $10,000

To assist efforts in support of employing disadvantaged women and advancing their independence and self-sufficiency.

9/2/09 Buhl
Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern Pennsylvania $10,000

To develop structured mentoring initiatives in public schools.

9/2/09 Buhl
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership $10,000

To support Pittsburgh's efforts to host the G-20 Summit in September in partnership with the White House and President Barack Obama as a specific economic development strategy.

9/2/09 Buhl
A+ Schools $25,000

To implement Schools Work, an action research and engagement model that will identify systemic factors that enable excellent teaching and overall school improvement in the Pittsburgh Public Schools.

9/2/09 Frick
Associated Artists of Pittsburgh $10,000

For an education program called Taking a Closer Look that will reach out to middle school children of the Pittsburgh Public Schools who will learn about and appreciate the many artists in the region whose art work is displayed in their schools.

9/2/09 Frick
Saltworks Theatre Company $10,000

To support educational plays and related materials for Pittsburgh Public Elementary School children on drug and alcohol abuse prevention and a new play that enhances the Pittsburgh Public Schools Olweus Bullying Prevention Program.

9/2/09 Frick
North Side Christian Health Center $50,000

For completion of a challenge grant to assist NSCHC in completing its move into a new building in the heart of the Northside where it provides much needed medical services to under-served populations.

6/16/09 Buhl
United Way of Allegheny County $50,000

To support young people's development through the Youth Future Commission Summer Community Service Project in identified high risk neighborhoods ($25,000) and for the "Be a 6th Grade Mentor" mentoring initiative ($25,000).

6/16/09 Buhl
RiverQuest $40,000

To provide support for business planning and marketing consulting services to ensure the viability of this important educational asset for Western Pennsylvania and its science outreach to young people.

6/16/09 Buhl
Regional Opportunity Center $35,000

To support a broad-based community collaborative to increase diversity in Western Pennsylvania while seeking to insure that local disadvantaged communities participate in economic development opportunities.

6/16/09 Buhl
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh $25,000

To support planning efforts for an innovative new concept probing the intersection of art and science to excite young children.

6/16/09 Buhl
Jewish Healthcare Foundation $23,500

To support a study to determine whether touting Pittsburgh as a destination for "baby boomers" is an economically viable and sustainable strategy.

6/16/09 Buhl
Braddock Redux $20,000

To support an innovative transformation of Braddock property to an urban flower farm tended by young people in a summer employment program.

6/16/09 Buhl
Chatham University $20,000

To support the Pittsburgh Teachers Institute which provides professional development for Pittsburgh Public School teachers wishing in-depth graduate level content knowledge for curriculum enhancements as required in their classrooms. ($12,500 from the Buhl Fund, $7,500 from the Frick Fund)

6/16/09 Buhl
Communities in Schools Pittsburgh-Allegheny County $20,000

To support the 2009-2011 strategic plan and its focus on reducing student drop-out rates that identifies key improvements needed for efficiency and effectiveness of the following systems: fundraising and development, communications and public awareness, human resources and administration of services.

6/16/09 Buhl
East Liberty Family Health Care Center $20,000

To support a comprehensive strategic plan to further ELFHCC's mission to provide much needed medical services for under-served populations.

6/16/09 Buhl
Family Tyes $20,000

To support technology upgrades to make this youth serving organization, and its focus on fly fishing as a leadership development tool, more efficient and effective.

6/16/09 Buhl
Zelienople Historical Society $19,000

To support the efforts of the Society and its renovation of the original Buhl homestead and the Society's educational outreach.

6/16/09 Buhl
Forbes Funds $15,000

To support an outreach to nonprofit organizations to build capacity and encourage collaboration or merger in these difficult economic times.

6/16/09 Buhl
Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf $15,000

To provide support for a pilot program assisting hearing-impaired students to learn life skills necessary for career or college experiences.

6/16/09 Buhl
Reading is Fundamental Pittsburgh $11,000

To support strategic planning efforts for RIF as it revisits its role in the community and its historic mission to encourage reading among children in neighborhoods at risk.

6/16/09 Buhl
Association for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities (ACLD) $10,000

For a public outreach campaign to encourage early detection of specific learning disabilities in order to improve educational outcomes.

6/16/09 Buhl
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh $10,000

To support community convening as Carnegie Library seeks to assess options as this important institution confronts the implications of a decline in government funding sources.

6/16/09 Buhl
Earthen Vessels Outreach $10,000

For the purchase of equipment for a computer lab to support this organization's outreach to young children in at-risk neighborhoods.

6/16/09 Buhl
Pace School $10,000

To help pilot a creative arts infused academic program for students with severe emotional disturbance or autism in collaboration with Gateway to the Arts.

6/16/09 Buhl
Verland $7,474

To enhance education and communication skills of young people with intellectual and physical disabilities using a teaching model based upon an adaptive communication device known as Dynavox.

6/16/09 Buhl
Hill House Association $5,000

To support young people from low income neighborhoods as they research, design and create murals in communities in Allegheny County.

6/16/09 Buhl
Salvation Army $5,000

To participate in the Salvation Army's Red Shield Campaign to help the organization meet the growing demand for social and emergency services among disadvantaged populations for the 2009 fiscal year.

6/16/09 Buhl
Mount Washington Community Development Corporation $2,000

To support a pilot program to engage youth from at-risk communities in leadership development activities while revitalizing the Mt. Washington Grand View Scenic Byway Park.

6/16/09 Buhl
Carnegie Mellon University $8,500

To support a pilot program for a Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center multidisciplinary bioinformatics course for local high school teachers, including curriculum and lessons aligned with PA standards.

6/16/09 Frick
World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh $5,000

To support the Summer Institute for Teachers: Teaching Contemporary Global Issues and professional development efforts for teachers interested in international affairs.

6/16/09 Frick
Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble $3,000

To support the design and implementation of a workshop for public school music teachers called "Focus on Music" in cooperation with the Arts Education Collaborative.

6/16/09 Frick
Pittsburgh Musical Theater $10,000

To provide support for student matinees and educational programs.

6/16/09 McCreery
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $4,500

To support the Three Rivers Arts Festival and its collaboration with several human service organizations in partnership with musical arts youth development organizations.

6/16/09 McCreery
Robert Morris University $150,000

For the purchase of sophisticated scientific equipment for the dual purpose of improving the University’s Science Department while expanding outreach to area youth, especially women and minorities, and encouraging interest in science, technology and engineering.

3/10/09 Buhl
Sustainable Pittsburgh $28,450

To carryout a study to help address the potential for vacant lot reclamation in distressed Western Pennsylvania neighborhoods as a strategy for economic development and neighborhood revitalization.

3/10/09 Buhl
Robert Morris University, Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management $25,000

To support the Technology Initiative that provides assistance to nonprofits as part of a mission to improve support services for regional entities and their constituents.

3/10/09 Buhl
Steel City Rowing $25,000

To expand the impact of an afterschool and summer pilot program focused on children in at-risk situations by development of a curriculum wedding science and the environment with the discipline of rowing and water sports.

3/10/09 Buhl
Venture Outdoors $25,000

To support innovative recreational activities targeting underserved populations on the Northside while developing leadership in minority populations.

3/10/09 Buhl
Carnegie Institute/Andy Warhol Museum $21,902

For the purchase of sophisticated computer equipment and software to support the Andy Warhol Museum’s outreach effort to youth in at-risk situations including creation of publications and utilization of blogging and social networking to interest young people in art.

3/10/09 Buhl
Extra Mile Education Foundation $20,000

To support a pilot project designed to gauge the impact of focused summer learning on achievement for targeted students from underserved neighborhoods that includes morning classroom activities and afternoon field trips to area attractions.

3/10/09 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Department of Theatre Arts $15,000

To support the production of a new show celebrating the 150th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species for public school science students, especially in disadvantaged communities, while integrating science and technology into middle-school curriculum.

3/10/09 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Office of Child Development $2,500

To support the 2009 Family Support Conference for training to enhance partnerships between families, schools, services and communities so that children can be successful.

3/10/09 Buhl
Pittsburgh Public Theater $7,500

Funding to enable students in public high schools to attend matinee productions of The World Goes Round and A Moon for the Misbegotten including post show discussions as part of educational outreach.

3/10/09 Frick
Frick Art & Historical Center $5,000

To support teacher workshops providing ACT 48 credits addressing cross-disciplinary learning to assist teachers in integrating writing, history, art and science into lessons on Pittsburgh’s rich past.

3/10/09 Frick
United Jewish Federation $1,500

To support the Pittsburgh Jewish-Israeli Film Festival outreach to public high schools with the goal of promoting dialogue and cultural understanding.

3/10/09 Frick
Chatham Baroque $7,500

To underwrite Peanut Butter & Jam sessions that provide informal concerts for preschool children and their parents to enrich arts and cultural experiences.

3/10/09 McCreery
Pittsburgh Opera $5,000

To provide support for “mock auditions” for high school students as part of an educational outreach program to provide musically gifted students with resources and preparation for real-life audition scenarios for college.

3/10/09 McCreery
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust $2,500

To develop teacher study guides for the 2009 Pittsburgh International Children’s Festival and to support attendance by students of disadvantaged schools.

3/10/09 McCreery
Children’s Festival Chorus $1,500

To underwrite the purchase of new sheet music and a rebranding campaign in recognition of a commitment to outreach and to enrich the chorus experience by serving minority and disadvantaged students.

3/10/09 McCreery
Hill House Association $175,000

To support the creation of a dynamic website through which the Hill House presents itself to the world and services the Hill District community with its programmatic outreach in early learning and child development, youth services, family and workforce development, senior services and neighborhood development.

1/21/09 Buhl
August Wilson Center for African American Culture
$100,000

Funding to deliver educational and public programming celebrating African American culture in Pittsburgh area schools and to provide excitement for and transition into the new Center opening in 2009.  ($75,000 from the Buhl Fund and $25,000 from the Frick Fund)

1/21/09 Buhl
Carnegie Institute/Carnegie Science Center $100,000

To install the original Buhl Planetarium Zeiss projector as an exhibit at the Carnegie Science Center as part of its expansion of RoboWorld and as an historical reminder of the importance of science education.

1/21/09 Buhl
Gateway to the Arts $50,000

To celebrate this organization’s 50th anniversary and to support an evaluation and research program seeking to identify, document and analyze the specific outcomes of teacher practice, artist practice and school culture resulting from participation in arts education activities.  ($35,000 from the Buhl Fund and $15,000 from the Frick Fund)

1/21/09 Buhl
Women’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh $35,000

To support the Women’s Center & Shelter in its exploration of viable options for the future of the agency and the creation of a five-year strategic business plan and branding/marketing campaign all in an effort to improve the myriad of services provided to women and children.

1/21/09 Buhl
Family Resources $34,130

To support an innovative program of using the arts as part of Family Resources’ mission of preventing and treating child abuse by strengthening families and neighborhoods.

1/21/09 Buhl
Carnegie Institute/Carnegie Science Center $30,000

For upgrades to the Carnegie Science Center’s innovative Girls, Math & Science Partnership website that gives young girls the motivation and resources to pursue science and math degrees.

1/21/09 Buhl
Pittsburgh Foundation $30,000

For participation in a pooled fund continuing the partnership between Allegheny County Department of Human Services and the foundation community to address human services needs in Allegheny County.

1/21/09 Buhl
Goodwill Industries of Southwestern Pennsylvania $25,000

To support a new content management system that will enable Goodwill to increase use of its website and allow more interactive functions for clients, customers, donors and staff in an effort to improve Goodwill’s outreach to communities in need.

1/21/09 Buhl
Women and Girls Foundation of Southwest Pennsylvania $20,000

To support a program where teams of women and girls in five counties learn to become Regional Change Agents by developing leadership skills while addressing community problems.

1/21/09 Buhl
Saint Francis University $10,000

To support the Rural Outreach Chemistry for Kids (ROCK) program and Outreach Days in Science and Mathematics in furtherance of Buhl’s interest to stimulate interest in math and science in partnership with area colleges.

1/21/09 Buhl
Family Communications $5,000

For support of Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Days and the design of a toolkit to encourage replication of the event in future years, in other communities, in an effort to expand the importance of being good neighbors.

1/21/09 Buhl
Pittsburgh Foundation $5,000

As part of a pooled fund to meet emergency and human services needs as the community struggles with the current financial crisis and recession.

1/21/09 Buhl
Pittsburgh Opera $10,000

To support the Opera Academy’s efforts to help teachers to integrate arts in school curriculum while providing students from challenged communities the opportunity to attend matinees for the 2008-2009 season.

1/21/09 Frick
Quantum Theatre $10,000

To support an educational program in three public schools that stimulates imagination in students through an interactive workshop with Quantum artists culminating in attendance at a performance.

1/21/09 Frick
Opera Theater of Pittsburgh $15,000

For support of educational outreach for the production of Porgy and Bess in partnership with Pittsburgh Public School students, including participation in oral and photographic histories of African American culture and attendance at opera rehearsals in a neighborhood setting.

12/12/08 Frick
Pittsburgh Foundation $3,000,000

Up to ten-years of support for the Pittsburgh Promise while ensuring that Pittsburgh Public Schools students are “Promise Ready” and that scholarship funds help students prepare to succeed in post-secondary educational choices. (funded from both the Buhl Fund and the Frick Fund)

10/20/08 Buhl
Beginning with Books $50,000

For two-year support to expand the delivery of the Read Together mentoring program to four underserved Pittsburgh city neighborhoods in an effort to increase the number of children who become capable and enthusiastic lifelong readers.

10/20/08 Buhl
American Red Cross $26,500

To purchase a new and cost-effective software package to assist the organization’s humanitarian and disaster relief services.

10/20/08 Buhl
North Side Cultural Collaborative $25,000

To support website design for a new and creative collaborative of organizations and institutions focused on increasing tourism for the Northside.

10/20/08 Buhl
Glade Run Foundation $15,000

To support technology upgrades for St. Stephen’s Lutheran Academy that help it provide special education services for students in communities to the north of Allegheny County.

10/20/08 Buhl
Goodwill Industries of Southwestern Pennsylvania $10,000

For continued support of a program to provide reconditioned computers to students and other low-income individuals with disabilities.

10/20/08 Buhl
Pittsburgh Filmmakers $5,000

To support the multimedia exhibit In Sisterhood: The Women’s Movement in Pittsburgh honoring those who have led the struggle for women’s rights in Pittsburgh in the latter part of the 1900’s.

10/20/08 Buhl
Carnegie Institute/Carnegie Science Center $35,000

To support the SciTech Initiative and its annual outreach to nearly 20,000 students and teachers by: developing new high school and middle school programs; launching an outreach initiative for underserved students; and creating special programming for the 70th year of the Pittsburgh Regional Science and Engineering Fair.

10/20/08 Frick
Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera $15,000

To support ten performances of Innovators at Pittsburgh Public Schools as part of the 9th Grade Nation curriculum and in celebration of Pittsburgh’s 250th anniversary while highlighting Pittsburgh’s science and robotics leadership.

10/20/08 Frick
Pittsburgh Symphony Society $15,000

To support the cost of teacher materials for the Schooltime and TinyTots programs for the 2008-2009 program year that integrate music with other disciplines including science, technology, mathematics, language arts and social studies.

10/20/08 Frick
Carnegie Mellon University, School of Music $10,000

To improve appreciation of music for students in school districts such as Pittsburgh and Wilkinsburg Public Schools while providing workshops for teachers to enrich school curriculum.

10/20/08 Frick
Dance Alloy Theater $10,000

To support artistic residencies and artist performances for students in Pittsburgh Public Schools that incorporate goals of fitness and creative movement into classroom instruction.

10/20/08 Frick
Saltworks Theatre Company $10,000

To support educational plays and materials for the Pittsburgh Public Schools in 2008-2009 that address risky situations in which students might find themselves and how to cope.

10/20/08 Frick
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre $8,000

To support arts education curriculum materials for area teachers and their students for 2008-2009 as part of an ongoing effort to integrate ballet into elementary and secondary school curriculums.

10/20/08 Frick
Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania $5,000

For support of the environmental education newsletter Seasonings for 2008–2009 as part of an effort to encourage greater interest in biological diversity.

10/20/08 Frick
Pittsburgh Chess Club $5,000

To support the 2008-2009 Chess for Pittsburgh Youth Program and its impact on young people’s skills in concentration, logical thinking and creativity.

10/20/08 Frick
Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra $3,000

For support of the Visiting Artists Program and its outreach to students in communities to the south and east of Allegheny County.

10/20/08 Frick
Pittsburgh Public Schools $360

For support of the Science and Technology Academy’s efforts to recognize community support and participation in design and development of this new Pittsburgh Public School.

10/20/08 Frick
WQED Multimedia $190,000

For Rick Sebak’s production of Right Beside the River and in recognition of the partnership that has provided a revenue source for an important nonprofit while contributing to the favorable image and economic development of Greater Pittsburgh.

9/8/08 Buhl
The Pittsburgh Project $150,000

To assist with the purchase of a warehouse as part of a longer-term vision to expand impact and stabilize funding for this organization’s efforts to reach young people in its Northside neighborhood while providing housing repair and support for disadvantaged homeowners.

9/8/08 Buhl
Community Center and Library Association $15,000

To help the Sharpsburg Branch Library establish a permanent home for its library to address the economic, social and logistical issues confronting the community.

9/8/08 Buhl
Sarah Heinz House $5,000

To support children’s outreach programming efforts targeting underserved youth and connecting them to the history of the Northside.

9/8/08 Buhl
Society of St. Vincent de Paul $5,000

To purchase computer equipment for the program Faces/The Children of Manchester Arts Collaborative in support of its efforts to help children develop artistic and expressive capacities, learn computer skills and develop a positive self-image.

9/8/08 Buhl
The Consortium for Public Education $5,000

For strategic planning to reposition The Consortium regionally as an intermediary education organization that implements programs and convenes leadership around efforts to achieve academic success.

9/8/08 Frick
North Side Christian Health Center $103,510

To support the move into its new building in the heart of the Northside, in the first LEED certified medical clinic in the United States, and in recognition of its efforts to provide healthcare services to at-risk populations on the Northside.

6/13/08 Buhl
Hosanna House $100,000

For a program-related investment to provide working capital for Hosanna House in support of its mission to provide a wide array of services to an at-risk population.

6/13/08 Buhl
New Hazlett Center for the Performing Arts $75,000

For two-year support for programming and capital improvements at this institutional treasure that has contributed to economic development and quality of life enhancements on the Northside.

6/13/08 Buhl
Allegheny Conference on Community Development $50,000

For support of the 2008 Agenda Development Fund as part of an effort to improve economic development and quality of life in Greater Pittsburgh.

6/13/08 Buhl
Pittsburgh Filmmakers $32,000

To support production costs of a documentary on the Allegheny Observatory, a scientific landmark on the North Side, while also developing useful resources to encourage interest in the sciences in area schools.

6/13/08 Buhl
Braddock Redux $30,000

To support a pilot program demonstrating the creative re-use of existing buildings and urban gardening to support youth transitioning out of foster care while assisting economic development in a struggling community.

6/13/08 Buhl
Allegheny Historic Preservation Society, Inc. $25,000

For support of historic restoration efforts at Calvary Methodist Church, in recognition of its community outreach and its status as one of the Northside’s greatest architectural treasures.

6/13/08 Buhl
Community Design Center of Pittsburgh $25,000

To support design and planning efforts in Northside neighborhoods to encourage effective and attractive design and development thereby increasing real estate values and community pride.

6/13/08 Buhl
Community Empowerment Association $25,000

To support mentoring and leadership development efforts for at-risk African American youth as part of this organization’s efforts to build community.

6/13/08 Buhl
Pittsburgh Filmmakers $25,000

To support planning, architectural drawings and a funding model for restoration of the Regent Square Theater, one of the few remaining single screen theaters in the urban area.

6/13/08 Buhl
Urban Youth Action, Incorporated $25,000

To support a pilot program for increasing the interest of at-risk youth in science, engineering and technology careers in partnership with local colleges, universities and businesses.

6/13/08 Buhl
Young Preservationists Association of Pittsburgh $25,000

To support capacity building efforts for this group that encourages the next generation of youth to take a leadership role in preserving their communities.

6/13/08 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, School of Education $20,000

To support the Educational Leadership Initiative’s professional development process as it helps school districts to improve academic achievement through creation of school culture focused on student learning and built upon a foundation of shared leadership.

6/13/08 Buhl
Heartwood Institute $15,000

To support the design of an online evaluation tool for use by schools implementing the Ethics and Character Education for Middle Grades curriculum that seeks to build the character education field concerning attributes such as Courage, Loyalty, Justice, Respect, Hope, Honesty and Love.

6/13/08 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Institute of Politics $15,000

To support University of Pittsburgh-based regional planning efforts that seek to enhance the quality of life and economic stability of Greater Pittsburgh.

6/13/08 Buhl
Mars Home for Youth $14,900

To allow at-risk students in counties to the north of Allegheny County to gain access to interactive technology as a bridge to improving their education and becoming productive citizens.

6/13/08 Buhl
Neighbors in the Strip $12,500

To support preliminary plans and design in order to leverage federal funds to enliven the entry portals to the Strip District and to support downtown development and revitalization efforts.

6/13/08 Buhl
Community Human Services $10,000

To help purchase a state-of-the-art telephone and communication system to build capacity for this Oakland-based organization that provides a wide array of services to at-risk populations.

6/13/08 Buhl
The EdVenture Group $10,000

To support professional development and coaching for teachers in Ringgold and California Area School Districts and Western Area Career and Technical Center.

6/13/08 Buhl
Pittsburgh Foundation $10,000

For three-year support of the Pittsburgh Public Service Fund in support of the City’s economic development efforts to establish solid financial footing.

6/13/08 Buhl
Riverside Center for Innovation $5,000

To cover artist fees, a series of workshops, materials, tenting and tables to create giant puppets as part of the 5th Annual Northside Celebration in the Park and its focus on famous women of the Northside.

6/13/08 Buhl
City Theatre Company, Inc. $5,000

To support City Theatre Young Playwrights and Teachers Institute outreach programs that encourage local middle and high school students – including districts serving youth in at-risk situations – to develop writing skills.

6/13/08 Frick
World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh $5,000

For support of the 2008 Summer Institute for Teachers: Teaching Contemporary Global Issues and professional development efforts for teachers interested in international affairs.

6/13/08 Frick
Holy Family Institute $100,000

To support a pilot program for behaviorally troubled boys, primarily from at-risk neighborhoods and in support of an important community partnership led by the United Way.

4/30/08 Buhl
The Mattress Factory $95,000

To update and resurface the Mattress Factory parking lot in order to improve aesthetics, enhance safety, and increase earned revenues while recognizing this organization’s important contributions to the stabilization and vibrancy of the Northside.

4/30/08 Buhl
Focus on Renewal $50,000

For arts and culture education funds to provide transition programming as a bridge from community-based activities into a new performing arts center in support of this organization’s efforts to provide a wide array of services to a disadvantaged population.

4/30/08 Buhl
Smart Futures $50,000

To support regional expansion of the PA eMentoring program in an effort to better connect middle and secondary students to mentors providing educational and career advice in Southwestern Pennsylvania.

4/30/08 Buhl
Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania $25,000

To support the purchase of computer hardware to enable Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania to better fulfill its mission to bring financial literacy support to Western Pennsylvania students and in recognition of its efforts to reach out to at-risk populations.

4/30/08 Buhl
Friends of the Riverfront $10,000

For the creation of electronic mapping information to increase access to and use of Pittsburgh’s riverfront trail network, a key resource to enhance Pittsburgh’s quality of life.

4/30/08 Buhl
Hill House Association $10,000

To support young people who will create murals in eight locations in Allegheny County as part of Pittsburgh 250.  As part of the process, young people from diverse backgrounds will be recruited to bridge social and economic differences and build pride and understanding.

4/30/08 Buhl
Carnegie Institute $7,500

To support the Family Festival of the Three Rivers Arts Festival and its commitment to educational programming that provides underserved populations a way to enjoy Pittsburgh’s rich cultural resources.

4/30/08 Buhl
Young Preservationists Association of Pittsburgh $5,000

To establish an interim headquarters in Homestead for this group that encourages the next generation of youth to take a leadership role in preserving their communities.

4/30/08 Buhl
The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh $1,000

To support a camp program for children with special needs that helps develop self-esteem, activity, mobility and peer integration through use of specially adapted bikes.

4/30/08 Buhl
Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater $2,500

To support development of teacher guidebooks for the 22nd International Children’s Festival and to support attendance by students of disadvantaged schools.

4/30/08 Frick
United Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh $1,000

To support the Pittsburgh Jewish-Israeli Film Festival outreach to public high schools and its goal to promote dialogue and cultural understanding.

4/30/08 Frick
Three Rivers Youth $100,000

For a challenge grant for technological upgrades in this North Side-based organization with an impressive 125 year history of supporting youth in at-risk situations.

3/11/08 Buhl
Robert Morris University, Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management $50,000

To support the Technology Initiative that provides assistance to nonprofits as part of a mission to improve support services for regional entities and their constituents.

3/11/08 Buhl
The Forbes Funds $35,000

To create a web-based diagnostic tool to assist nonprofit organizations in pursuing best practices in organizational development thereby strengthening support services available to our community.

3/11/08 Buhl
New Hazlett Center for the Performing Arts $25,000

To underwrite a leadership development program to encourage a cohort of non-traditional leaders in Western Pennsylvania in cooperation with a North Side institution historically supported by Buhl.

3/11/08 Buhl
Social Innovation Accelerator $25,000

To provide seed funding for a Micro Loan Fund to encourage entrepreneurial activities in traditionally underserved neighborhoods by providing small loans and mentoring support to minority businesses.

3/11/08 Buhl
Center for Coalfield Justice $5,000

To construct a web-based tool for monitoring the effects of fossil fuel extraction practices for use by secondary school teachers of environmental education and community groups.

3/11/08 Buhl
University of Pittsburgh, Office of Child Development $2,500

To support the 2008 Family Support Conference for training to enhance partnerships between families, schools, services and communities so that children can be successful.

3/11/08 Buhl
Prime Stage $6,000

To enable teens from disadvantaged neighborhoods to participate in projects that will enhance their understanding of The Outsiders and encourage the development of artistic and creative skills.

3/11/08 Frick
Pittsburgh Public Theater $1,350

To provide additional support for underserved students in public high school science classes to attend the production of A Number while interacting with artists on a variety of themes including ethics, science and math.

3/11/08 Frick
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy $75,000

To assist in the completion of the Chapel Shelter in Riverview Park, an important recreational asset on the Northside.

2/5/08 Buhl
Pittsburgh Leadership Foundation $50,000

For seed funding to STOREHOUSE for Teachers and its innovative efforts to provide free resources for teachers in an effort to better serve at-risk populations.

2/5/08 Buhl
Point Park University $35,000

To support the development of an Education Resource Center for professional development of K-12 teachers while adding to the vibrancy of Downtown Pittsburgh.

2/5/08 Buhl
Yoga in Schools $25,000

To support and expand a pilot program in yoga instruction at Faison Elementary School, to encourage character and educational development in Pittsburgh Public Schools.

2/5/08 Buhl
Mercer County Community Education Council $5,700

To support the purchase of skills tutoring software for disadvantaged citizens in counties to the north of Allegheny County seeking employment opportunities.

2/5/08 Buhl
Teacher Excellence Center $18,500

To support a workshop to highlight effective practices for improving achievement and as professional development for teachers in K-12 education at schools in low-income areas.

2/5/08 Frick
Pittsburgh Public Theater $10,000

To provide support for underserved students in public high school science classes to attend the production of A Number while interacting with artists on a variety of themes including ethics, science and math.

2/5/08 Frick
Carnegie Mellon University $7,000

To support the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center workshop for high school teachers that builds understanding of computational biology and bioinformatics and curriculum development in the areas of science and math.

2/5/08 Frick
Pittsburgh Association for the Education of Young Children $5,000

To support low-cost professional training and development for early childcare professionals on the importance of outdoors and healthy environment on overall well-being.

2/5/08 Frick
Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society $7,500

To support The Percussion Effect and its free and open to the public outreach to serve gifted and musically interested students in the region.

2/5/08 McCreery
Children’s Festival Chorus $1,500

To support the purchase of new sheet music for the 25th year celebration and in recognition of a commitment to outreach and to enrich the chorus experience by serving minority and disadvantaged students.

2/5/08 McCreery
American Heart Association $5,000

To support the Learn and Live Special Appeal Campaign in recognitions of Maxwell King’s efforts in the community.

12/11/07 Buhl
Pittsburgh Symphony $15,000

To support the cost of teacher materials for the Schooltime and TinyTots programs for the 2008 program year in recognition of its outreach to more than 2,500 teachers and second graders in public schools.

12/11/07 Frick
Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre $10,000

To support a language arts program at Schenley High School that enhances teacher skills and engages students in authentic writing experiences through theatrical exposure.

12/11/07 Frick
Pittsburgh Musical Theater $10,000

To support student matinees and educational programming and in recognition of its outreach efforts to low-income neighborhoods.

12/11/07 Frick
Pittsburgh Opera $10,000

To support the Opera Academy for teacher and student matinees during the 2007-2008 season in an effort to improve academic standards by integrating arts into the curriculum.

12/11/07 Frick
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre $8,000

To support arts education curriculum materials for area teachers and students to encourage integration of the arts into professional development and learning.

12/11/07 Frick
Dance Alloy Theatre $5,000

To support residencies, mentoring relationships and performances for students in the Pittsburgh Public Schools that incorporate goals of fitness and creative movement into classroom instruction.

12/11/07 Frick
Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania $2,000

For support of the 2008 Future City Competition and its goal to promote technological literacy and engineering to area middle school students.

12/11/07 Frick
Clairton Middle School $450

To provide bus transportation for students to attend Carnegie Science Center’s Middle School SciTech Day in support of math and science education for disadvantaged communities.

12/11/07 Frick
McKeesport Symphony Society $5,000

To support the Youth Orchestra serving students in communities surrounding McKeesport and to the east and south of Allegheny County.

12/11/07 McCreery
WQED Multimedia $187,000

For Rick Sebak’s production of Engineered, Invented and Pioneered in Pittsburgh and in recognition of the ten-year partnership that has provided a revenue source for an important nonprofit while contributing to the favorable image and economic development of Greater Pittsburgh.

10/9/07 Buhl
Andrew Carnegie Free Library $150,000

Toward restoration of the entryway and lobby of the Music Hall and in recognition of its historic significance, its contribution to neighborhood revitalization efforts and the youth education efforts of its library.

10/9/07 Buhl
Western Pennsylvania Conservancy $74,500

For a study regarding the feasibility of conducting a comprehensive capital campaign and in recognition of this organization’s long history with Buhl and its track record in improving quality of life and community beautification efforts in Western Pennsylvania.

10/9/07 Buhl
Allegheny Conference on Community Development $60,000

For support of the 2007 Agenda Development Fund as part of an effort to improve economic development and quality of life in Greater Pittsburgh.

10/9/07 Buhl
Good Grief Center for Bereavement Support $25,000

To update and expand technology in the organization’s new office in support of this region’s first and only comprehensive bereavement resource center.

10/9/07 Buhl
South Hills Interfaith Ministries $20,000

For an early childhood program for refugee children from Prospect Park within the Baldwin-Whitehall School District that seeks to build confidence, develop speech and language skills, stimulate healthy development and encourage positive social interaction.

10/9/07 Buhl
Carnegie Institute $50,000

To support the SciTech Initiative at Carnegie Science Center and its diverse programming in science for some 20,000 students, teachers and families while reaching out to girls, minorities and underserved youth.

10/9/07 Frick
The Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern Pennsylvania $40,000

For two-year support to develop structured mentoring initiatives in public schools in order to increase student achievement and career awareness.

10/9/07 Frick
Human Services Center Corporation $20,000

For two-year support of educational field trips for children in the Youth Life Program and Emerging Leaders Program coming from 37 economically distressed neighborhoods and 12 school districts.

10/9/07 Frick
Autumn House Press $10,000

To support the Poets-in-Person program and its outreach efforts to improve reading, writing, speaking and listening in school-age youth.

10/9/07 Frick
Quantum Theatre $10,000

To support an educational program in four public schools that stimulates imagination in students while incorporating standard curriculum mandates in interactive workshops with Quantum artists.

10/9/07 Frick
Saltworks Theatre Company $10,000

To underwrite educational plays and materials for the Pittsburgh Public Schools in 2007-2008 that address risky situations in which students might find themselves and how to cope.

10/9/07 Frick
Squonk Opera $10,000

To support the Astro-rama outreach in regional schools to inspire interest in astronomy and physical science.

10/9/07 Frick
University of Pittsburgh, Department of Theatre Arts $10,000

To support the production of Rachel Carson Saves the Day! for public school children to increase awareness of science and environmental responsibility.

10/9/07 Frick
A+ Schools $5,000

To support a Back to School Campaign for the 2007-2008 school year at the Pittsburgh Public Schools and in recognition of its outreach to ensure awareness in disadvantaged communities.

10/9/07 Frick
Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania $5,000

To support the Seasonings newsletter for teachers in Southwestern Pennsylvania designed to facilitate environmental education and teacher professional development.

10/9/07 Frick
Pittsburgh Chess Club $5,000

To support the 2007-2008 Chess for Pittsburgh Youth Program and its impact on young people’s skills in concentration, logical thinking and creativity.

10/9/07 Frick
World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh $5,000

For support of the Teach Africa Youth Forum and its outreach to nearly 1,900 students and teachers and development of cultural awareness.

10/9/07 Frick
Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra $3,000

For support of the Visiting Artists Program and its outreach to students in communities to the south and east of Allegheny County.

10/9/07 Frick
Pittsburgh Public Schools $277,422

For seed funding for designing and implementing the Pittsburgh Science and Technology Academy, an important development in the effort of Pittsburgh Public Schools to improve academic achievement and curriculum development in science, math and engineering. ($227,422 from the Buhl Fund and $50,000 from the Frick Fund)

9/7/07 Buhl
Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh $500,000

In honor of Dr. Doreen Boyce's 25 years of service, support of Celebrate 250 and the renovation of Trinity Cathedral in downtown Pittsburgh, contributing to the revitalization of our urban core, and support of a new outreach to an at-risk population: the homeless.

7/3/07 Buhl
Riverside Center for Innovation $5,000

To cover artist fees, a series of workshops, materials, tenting and tables to create giant puppets as part of the 6th Annual Northside Celebration in the Park and this year’s focus on recycling.

7/3/07 Buhl