Eden Hall Foundation's Board of Directors approved the following grants at the spring board meeting:
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh
Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh (CMP) received capital support for the completion of the Museum Lab, a new museum for older youth, ages 10+, which will create the largest cultural Campus for children in the country.
City Mission - Living Stones Inc.
Support for City Mission - Living Stones will be dedicated to building four units of affordable permanent supportive housing in Uniontown.
Community College of Allegheny County
CCAC received programmatic funding for the Human Service Navigator project, which will connect CCAC’s students to skilled human services navigators who will facilitate appropriate connections to services they and their families require.
Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania
Goodwill SWPA received capital funding to purchase their Lawrenceville campus, which will help them to significantly reduce operating expenses each year and provide significant additional annual revenue (through rental income) that will be reinvested into the organization.
North Side Christian Health Center
North Side Christian Health Center received capital support to expand their low-cost dental clinic.
River City Brass Band
Eden Hall Foundation has underwritten the community concert series. Select nonprofit partners will host a River City Brass Band concert and use the event as a fundraiser for the operations of their organization.
Breakthrough Pittsburgh (a project of Sewickley Academy) received funding to support programming to prepare under-resourced middle and high school students to meet the expectations for college admissions, enroll in college, and encourage talented students to pursue careers in education.
United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania
United Way of Southwestern PA received a grant for their Impact Fund, which works to prevent hunger and homelessness, put children on the path for success, and help seniors and people with disabilities live with greater independence and dignity.
The Greensburg YMCA received capital funding to renovate the women's locker room as the initial phase of their comprehensive Facility Revitalization and Reutilization Plan.
We are excited to partner with these organizations and look forward to sharing their projects and successes with you. Congratulations to our newest group of grantees!