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#ONEDAY is May 19, 2020

This year, The Pittsburgh Foundation celebrates 75 years of uncommon generosity for the common good. Our #ONEDAY Critical Needs Alert on May 19 is your chance to help our hardworking neighbors. Your donations benefit more than 190 organizations in Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties that provide basic needs that so many people in our region now struggle to afford.
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Announcing the 2020 #ONEDAY Critical Needs Alert

On Tuesday, May 19, from 8 a.m. to 11:59 p.m., The Pittsburgh Foundation will host a Critical Needs Alert online giving event to support basic needs and the safety net of essential human services in Allegheny and Westmoreland counties. #ONEDAY benefits nonprofits that provide direct service in five areas that will strengthen the safety net of essential human services: #ONEDAY benefits nonprofits that provide direct service in five areas that will strengthen the safety net of essential human services:

  • Child Care - Programs providing child care for infants and children up to age 6. (Those that provide only before- or after-school programming do not qualify.)
  • Food and Nutrition - Organizations such as food pantries, food banks and soup kitchens that provide food to those who don’t have the ability to meet daily needs.
  • Housing - Organizations providing direct shelter to individuals and families facing homelessness or other housing crises.
  • Physical and Mental Health - Organizations providing clinical physical and mental health care.
  • Transportation - Organizations with a core mission that includes providing transportation to those in need. (School programs that provide transportation to students from the core program do not qualify.)
If you’re an eligible nonprofit interested in updating your profile, digital marketing or training opportunities, please visit the nonprofit toolkit page of this website.

100 Percent Pittsburgh
100 Percent Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Foundation research has found that roughly one-third of the region’s population lives precariously close to poverty, and is just one job loss, health care crisis or car accident away from financial disaster. Click HERE to learn more.

Who is most vulnerable?
Who is most vulnerable?

Single women raising children and youth ages 12 to 24 are at greatest risk of poverty. Alarmingly, 18% of children in our region live in poverty. By giving, you can help improve their quality of life.

75 years of uncommon generousity
75 years of uncommon generosity

Since its inception in 1945, The Pittsburgh Foundation has brought donors and nonprofits together to transform our community together. Thank you for giving with us!

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