Celebrating and showcasing the innovative community initiatives of creative people in Pittsburgh—one good idea at a time. Learn More »
The Second post in our series on De-Mystifying Learning Frameworks. Check out the original post for the full list.
Attend a workshop and find out how you can bring your Northside project to life this year with grant support.
Join Pittsburgh’s leading agency supporting innovative ideas, catalyzing community change, and making the region a better place to live, work, play, and raise a … Read More
Students from Pittsburgh Milliones University Prep are teaming up with local artists for National Poetry Month to add poetry to pizza. On certain days … Read More
The Frick Fine Arts building on Pitt’s campus in Oakland is hosting the Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, led by Alexandra Oliver. Using the library’s resources … Read More
We are heartbroken. Our friend and colleague Paul Street passed away unexpectedly over the weekend. Paul’s death has left us shocked and devastated, looking … Read More
Residents of Pittsburgh’s Northside neighborhoods used support from The Sprout Fund to improve their communities. You can help us support more creative agitators with … Read More
Educators use support from Sprout to re-design teaching & learning for the 21st century. You can help us support new learning opportunities with a … Read More
Elana Schlenker used her Sprout grant to catalyze conversation about the wage gap between men and women. You can help us support more creative … Read More
Catching up with artist Sandy Kessler Kaminsky to talk about her restoration work, the impact of murals, and the importance of public art maintenance.
At war, at peace, and the space in between
Sprout is awarding a round of $1,000 grants to people with Grand Ideas. What’s yours?
Sprout announces matching funds available to all Neighbor-to-Neighbor projects through ioby crowdfunding campaigns.
Pittsburgher Monica Garrison founded Black Girls Do Bike to connect and support women of color who share a passion for cycling. As the campaign … Read More
Young women gain self-worth through self-expression at this creative writing workshop in the Hill District.