In December, 2016, an Anonymous Donor announced a major grant to Recovery United Pittsburgh to help launch a major marketing initiative in 2017. A newly designed, user-friendly website is part of our enhanced marketing efforts. Steve Japalucci, our Web and Design par excellence, along with Recovery United Pittsburgh Staff collaborated in re-designing this website and we will be launching a number of new things in association with it, including an email Newsletter to keep you informed of news and developments and enhanced collateral materials such as brochures, flyers and informational packets to be distributed throughout the region. We will also be launching a print and outdoor advertising campaign as well as a strategic public relations program to augment our client base and increase our visibility in our communities
If you have questions, comments or ideas about how we can make this website better and about getting the word out to the public about Recovery United Pittsburgh,
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In December, 2016, Recovery United Pittsburgh was awarded a grant in the amount of $15,000 to help underwrite its Female Transitional Living Program in 2017. Funding for this project was provided by the Robert C. Smith and the Betsy R. Clark Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation. The grant was made as a part of The Pittsburgh Foundation’s new Small and Mighty Grants Program and represents the highest amount awarded in that new grant-making program for small nonprofits in Allegheny County.
In 2014, the Foundation and its Supporting Organizations awarded more than $50.1 Million in grants to a vast array of nonprofit organizations, students through scholarships, and medical researchers, based on donor interest and specific purposes of individual funds.
We are very grateful to the Board of Directors and the Staff Members of The Pittsburgh Foundation for this important grant. It is affirming to have this vote of confidence from such a distinguished foundation and we look forward to adding new funders in the future.