As the date draws near for the 2020 Census and activity accelerates, we hope you will join GWP for the first update this year on the plans for the 2020 U.S. Census in Allegheny County, and what opportunities there may still be for private philanthropy to help promote an accurate count.
Join us for a new focus in 2020 on building a core group of grassroots advocates in our area, addressing policy issues and meeting directly with key stakeholders on opioid issues. The workgroup is broadening their scope to substance abuse disorder
Join us to learn the newest insights and practical intervention strategies from Dr. Lisa Hinkelman as she presents original research from The Girls’ Index, the country’s largest, first-of-its-kind national survey designed to develop a deeper understanding of the thoughts, experiences, perceptions, beliefs, behaviors and attitudes of teen girls throughout the United States.
Join us as Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto provide a briefing especially for GWP members.
Over the past year, a group of foundation staff has come together to understand how to most effectively respond to the opioid crisis in Allegheny County. The group’s learning was guided by consultant, Wayne Jones.
Join this open, engaging discussion of “intersectional” funding that reconnects race, class AND gender.
Join GWP for an update on the plans for the 2020 U.S. Census in Allegheny County, and what opportunities there may be for private philanthropy to help promote an accurate count.
Join us for a briefing with our colleagues at Philanthropy WV to learn more about what’s happening with philanthropy in West Virginia.
Please join us at this session where we will hear from The Heinz Endowments about their new Creative Learning initiative and have a roundtable discussion about ideas to coordinate strategies for funding arts education both in and outside of school in the region.