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Nonprofit
The Friendship Circle was established in ‘Pittsburgh’s Jewish Community in 2006, and is dedicated to integrating adults with special needs more fully into the broader community. The program engages children and young adults with and without special needs in a full range of social activities. The Friendship Circle aims to enrich the lives of all...
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Homewood Children’s Village’s mission is to ‘improve the lives of Homewood’s children and simultaneously reweave the fabric of the community in which they live’. Homewood, once a vibrant section of the city of Pittsburgh faces the challenges of poverty, isolation and disinvestment today. The Homewood Children’s Village supports the children, families, and overall community of Homewood,...
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The PULSE partnership has been a game changer for us. Isaac has helped us develop our after-school program by laying the foundation and creating a framework that will have permanence. This has been instrumental in getting our project off of the ground and making it successful. In addition, we have benefited from the connections we’ve...
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It is wonderful to see how our PULSE fellow’s growth and hard work is turning into something sustainable.           Family House provides a special “home away from home” for patients and/or their families who are in Pittsburgh seeking medical treatment. By offering convenient, affordable housing in a home-like environment, Family House reduces...
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We love partnering with PULSE. Through it’s mission and model, PULSE is able to make a tangible impact on the lives of young professionals year-after-year…Fellows are able to add needed capacity to our team in a variety of ways. Having this capacity allows us to go above and beyond on many of our projects, adding...
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All of the PULSE Fellows I’ve worked with, including our current PULSEr, Lucas, have been intelligent and hardworking, but first and foremost they are kind people who respect others and see the inherent dignity and value in each person they meet.     Sharpsburg Neighborhood Organization (SNO) was founded in 2014 as an association of...
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I have said it a number of times and will continue to say that some of my best employees started as PULSE fellows.   The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy protects and restores exceptional places to provide our region with clean waters and healthy forests, wildlife and natural areas for the benefit of present and future generations. The Conservancy...
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Allegheny Cleanways works to engage and empower people to eliminate illegal dumping and littering in Allegheny County. Illegal dumping and littering both degrade communities and our quality of life. Illegal dumping creates significant risks to public health and the environmental quality. Litter creates a sense of neglect, reducing property values and inviting property vandalism. Residents and...
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PULSE is known for recruiting some really outstanding young adults who care deeply and genuinely about serving the Pittsburgh community. The Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse promotes resource conservation, creativity, and community engagement through material reuse. They achieve their mission through community initiatives including their SHOP and through their hands-on creative PROGRAMS.    Nora Gilchrist is the Creative...
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Tree Pittsburgh is an urban forestry organization that restores and protects Pittsburgh’s trees through partnership with community volunteers. They serve Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods with planting, education, and maintenance projects, preserving and growing the city’s vital urban forest. Offering classes in tree tending and identification, as well as volunteer opportunities to plant and restore trees, Tree Pittsburgh...
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