We are proud to support the following organizations in Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania:
We are proud to have played an integral role in the launch of the Kiva City Pittsburgh initiative. Kiva City Pittsburgh is an initiative by Kiva.org that brings crowdfunded microloans to small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs in the Pittsburgh area via a unique online platform. Through Kiva City Pittsburgh, small businesses can crowdfund loans at
0% interest with no fees and civic-minded individuals can lend as little as $5 to collectively fill the lending gap for small businesses.
Kiva City Pittsburgh is supported by a growing coalition of Pittsburgh area nonprofits, businesses and foundations. Current trustees include Urban Innovation21, Pittsburgh Public Market, Lawrenceville Corporation, Christian Evangelistic Community Development (CEED), and many more. Support comes from PNC Foundation & PNC Charitable Trusts, the Richard King Mellon Foundation, and the Henry L. Hillman Foundation Opportunity Fund.
Jewish Family & Children's Service of Pittsburgh (JF&CS) mission is to improve the quality of life of children, families and adults of all ages throughout the Greater Pittsburgh area by providing psychological, employment and social services. For more than 75 years, JF&CS has remained vital and relevant—and always available to respond, no matter how difficult the problem—by continuously adapting our programs and services to meet the changing needs of our dynamic population. We are known as a leader in providing innovative and effective social service solutions to problems facing families and individuals of all ages.
The Animal Rescue League Shelter & Wildlife Center (ARL): Since opening our doors in 1910, we have remained true to our mission of helping all animals in need, regardless of species or breed. At our Shelter, we care for and find permanent, loving homes for dogs, cats and other companion animals. We have no time limit on an animal’s stay with us – we keep all healthy and friendly companion animals until they are adopted. At our Wildlife Center, we rehabilitate wild animals native to Pennsylvania that have been harmed or displaced by encounters with man.
- NYU Stern Leadership Fellows
- "Preparing For Private Company Mergers & Acquisistions" PWC/Cohen Grigsby
- Goldman Sachs/New York
Presentation to Private Wealth Management
- The Business Growth Expo - Pittsburgh Business Times
- Institute for Entrepren.eurial Excellence (IEE)
- Association For Corporate Growth (ACG)
- Bloomberg: Taking Stock
- Business Talk Radio Network
- Inc. Magazine
- Business Finance Magazine