Foundations Provide Funding for Age-Friendly Neighborhoods

Monday, June 5, 2023

Age-Friendly Greater Pittsburgh is a network of more than 160 community partners aimed at bringing change in communities by connecting all generations with projects neighborhoods have interest in and need. The first group of Age-Friendly neighborhoods, the Hill District, Clairton and Coraopolis, received $10,000 in funding to create intergenerational projects and events. The projects started with neighborhood workshops that planned the activity and connected interested residents who used their skills to get the projects started and built relationships along the way. Age-Friendly obtained funding from the Henry L. Hillman Foundation, Jefferson Regional Foundation, The Pittsburgh Foundation and the Heinz Family Foundation. 

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