Welcome to ProjectArt:Pittsburgh, an organization that provides free arts education to students who wouldn’t otherwise have access to it.
The Marcus L. Ruscitto Charitable Foundation finds creative ways to fight school bullying.
Thanks to the efforts of No One Left Behind, interpreters and their families are increasingly making new lives in Pittsburgh.
The Human Library takes a unique approach to treating behavioral health.
One Kind Word works to de-escalate child abuse situations in public before they happen.
Sister Janice Vanderneck is on the front line of helping Pittsburgh's Latino families maneuver the minefield of today’s changing immigration policies.
As the staff person who organized its campaigns, it’s fitting that Gabriel McMorland is taking the helm of the Thomas Merton Center.
Focus on Renewal's Community Resource Center brings many services fighting poverty together under one roof.
Visits to Astrobotic in the Strip, the National Robotics Engineering Center in Lawrenceville, and the Andy Warhol Museum were included in the trip.
The late Henry L. Hillman's estate will benefit Pittsburgh in a big way.