Campaign Successes

Purchased the Workforce Development Center Campus Buildings in Lawrenceville

Pace-setting, six-figure grants totaling $4.5 million were received from these generous foundations:

  • Allegheny Foundation
  • Eden Hall Foundation
  • Edith L. Trees Charitable Trust
  • The Richard King Mellon Foundation

Extensive Renovation Completed at Northside Common Ministries

We renovated the Northside Common Ministries facility, a 100-year-old building that houses a food pantry and a shelter for men who are experiencing homelessness. These lead funders helped improve the quality of life for our North Side community:

  • The Hillman Family Foundations
  • City of Pittsburgh
  • Allegheny County Department of Human Services

Workforce Development Program Enhancements During COVID-19 and Beyond

During our three-year campaign, more than 35,000 individuals received workforce development supports from our more than 50 programs and services. We helped people with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities, individuals with limited work experience or education, displaced workers and veterans, people experiencing homelessness, youth and older workers, and people with criminal backgrounds.

  • During COVID-19, more than 4,000 people received virtual learning and remote supports.
  • Digital Skills and Career Services enhanced programming for the new economy postCOVID-19.
  • Goodwill advanced resources for Education, Disability Services and Youth.