At Ezekiel House, our mission is to empower and service communities through enriching lives while serving the needs of others. Our core values include: Commitment- Ezekiel House wants to inspire pro social friendships, strong interpersonal skills, and install sense of hope in the future. Responsibility- The focus of Ezekiel House
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
University of Pittsburgh: Pittserves
PittServes strives to empower members of the Pitt community to be engaged citizens on campus, off-campus, and globally. PittServes bridges the academic and civic missions of the University by: developing and modeling genuine partnerships with local communities and community organizations with a specific emphasis on reciprocity, transparency, and sustainability; providing
Turtle Creek Valley Council of Governments
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
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.
City of Pittsburgh, Office of Community Affairs
The City of Pittsburgh’s Office of Community Affairs (OCA) is here to serve the residents of Pittsburgh. For updates on city programs and initiatives, follow us on Facebook, Twitter (@OCApgh), and look for our posts on Nextdoor.com.
Operation Better Block, Inc.
PROGRAMS Bridge to Benefits – sign up eligible residents for public benefits Junior Green Corps – after school and summer program for teens Cluster Planning – create a land use plan for the neighborhood Block Associations – provides technical assistance to residents and property owners to start and maintain block
Grounded Strategies cultivates the unrealized potential of people and places to improve the economic, social, and environmental health of our communities. We work county wide addressing land use issues using vacant land as a platform for to engage communities and distribute capacity so they can take ownership of the solutions.