Recent survey results reveal public, bipartisan support for the broad principles outlined in the GND and Millions of Jobs concepts: securing 100% clean, renewable energy by 2030; investing in communities on the frontlines of poverty and pollution; upgrading the nation’s energy grid, buildings, and transportation infrastructure. Join us for a deep dive into these fast-breaking movements and how policy leaders and organizations are collaborating to propel their work for the future.
As a community of foundations across Pennsylvania, we are stronger together. Statewide connections enable foundations to identify areas of convergence across funders’ priorities, explore opportunities for collaborative gr
During this GWP session, we will learn more about CLTs and how they are working to ensure affordable housing in our region as we meet with the developers of the first CLT in the City of Pittsburgh, the Lawrenceville Corporation.
Join GWP and previous PLACES Fellows Mac Howison (Creative Learning Program Officer with The Heinz Endowments) and Karen Abrams (Diversity & Community Affairs Manager with the Urban Redevelopment Authority) to learn more about this opportunity.
Join us as we review recent regional transportation needs assessment initiatives. We’ll consider what the results of these assessments tell us and what it means for the future of our region’s transportation, as well as explore philanthropy’s role in connecting more people to more opportunities in our region.
Join GWP for an off the record conversation with Pittsburgh’s Director of the Department of City Planning, Ray Gastil. Our conversation will be moderated by Senior Program Officer at the Pittsburgh Foundation, Jane Downing.
Join GWP for a program that examines new financing mechanisms for real estate development and explores the philanthropic sector’s role in the community development financing process.
Join GWP for an update on The Breathe Project and a conversation about how air quality affects the lives of residents and impacts health, education, economic development, and workforce development in our region.
A new report from the Peter G. Peterson Foundation presents differing policy options from two experts on how to foster broader economic opportunity and mobility.
The Fund for Our Economic Future brought together a set of philanthropic institutions from across Northeast Ohio to promote a regional approach for increasing economic prosperity and opportunity. The original 28 Fund members committed a total of $30 million over three years to begin restoring regional economic competitiveness through pooled grantmaking, research and convening.