The Hazelwood Urban Agriculture Team supports three community gardens in the Greater Hazelwood neighborhood: Everybody’s Garden, shown here on the Lots2Love site; the former YMCA garden, now maintained as a Community Garden with bed allotments available to neighborhood residents; and the Glen Hazel Community Garden. Visit our web page for
Pittsburgh Works makes neighborhoods better places to live. We work with community based organizations to improve their ability to serve constituents by bringing community voices into the decision-making processes. Through capacity building workshops, seminars, webinars, and individual organizational consultations, we empower organizations to become stronger intra and inter-community organizational partners
Work Hard Pittsburgh’s mission is to create capacity and deliver resources to entrepreneurs and to help organizations apply entrepreneurial thinking to their problems. We create programming, organize communities, and deliver services that lower the barrier to entry to entrepreneurship, while increasing the chances of success for people looking to impact
ioby mobilizes neighbors who have good ideas to become powerful citizen leaders who plan, fund and make positive change in their own neighborhoods. We are creating a future in which our neighborhoods are shaped by the powerful good ideas of our own neighbors. ioby helps neighbors grow and implement great ideas
The Design Center is a nonprofit organization that has been improving the quality of life in the Pittsburgh region by encouraging good design and planning of the built environment for more than 45 years. Originally known as the Pittsburgh Architects Workshop, the Design Center was established in 1968 and incorporated
The TCVCOG is a non-profit organization that facilitates multi-municipal efforts and implements efficient, cost-effective programs on behalf of its members. The organization operates under a set of written by-laws and is governed by a Board of Directors. The TCVCOG was founded in 1971 when eleven municipalities recognized a benefit to
Pittsburgh Community Capital (PCC) is a Christian, 501(c)(3) organization that seeks to promote human flourishing through the elimination of poverty, healing human relationships, and restoring broken systems via asset-based and participatory approaches. These approaches may include supporting urban agriculture, financial literacy training, job-skills, entrepreneurship, and neighborhood transformation (NT) community-building activities.