Trail Volunteer Fund
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Logo for the the Trail Volunteer Fund   The Trail Volunteer Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation supports volunteer projects on the nonmotorized trails in and around western Pennsylvania with grants for materials and supplies to be installed by volunteers and for tools and equipment to be used by volunteers to develop and maintain these trails. It welcomes contributions.
  Trail Volunteer Fund
   of The Pittsburgh Foundation
Five PPG Place, Suite 250
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-5414
 

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  General inquiries:
info [at] they-working.org

Grant applications:
proposals [at] they-working.org
   (first, please read
 advice on applying)


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  The Pittsburgh Foundation is the 14th largest community foundation in the country. Since 1945, it has worked to improve the quality of life in the Pittsburgh region by evaluating and addressing community issues, promoting charitable giving, and connecting donors to the critical needs of the community.

Many generous individuals have invested in their community by establishing over 1,000 funds at the Foundation, benefiting a wide variety of nonprofit organizations and community needs.

Through donor designated funds, donors may give to the organization of their choice. Community Fund grants at The Pittsburgh Foundation are awarded in five targeted areas for impact:

  • Achieving Educational Excellence and Equity
  • Fostering Economic Development
  • Supporting Families, Children and Youth
  • Reducing Disparities in Health Outcomes
  • Advancing the Arts

There is also a Responsiveness Fund, which makes unrestricted grants to organizations that fall outside these five goal areas.

  Five PPG Place, Suite 250
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-5414
412-391-5122
  http://www.pittsburghfoundation.org
info [at] pghfdn.org

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Major funding is provided from the proceeds of FreeWheeling Easy in Western Pennsylvania and by Roy Weil and Mary Shaw, who are the formal donor advisors for the fund.
      advisors [at] they-working.org


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