The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports on the “Small and Mighty” grant program of the Pittsburgh Foundation. Growing out of the “100 Percent Pittsburgh” initiative, which targets assistance for women raising children and for youth aged 12-24, “Small and Mighty” makes grants to local organizations with a budget under $600,000 per year.
“Our 100 Percent Pittsburgh organizing principle is grounded in the idea that we should turn to affected communities for solutions,” said Michelle McMurray, the foundation’s senior program officer who leads Small and Mighty.”
Casa San Jose, one of 18 small nonprofits to benefit from this program, received $15,000 for its Saturday program for low-income Latino youth.
Denise Zellous, of the Zellous Hope Project, received a grant for $8,000 from the Small and Mighty program of the Pittsburgh Foundation for outreach services for homeless people and other at-risk individuals who are in transition.
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