Sprout invites people living in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County to submit original works of art that express the concept of “belonging.”
$5,000 grants to help people take action during the first 100 days of the next presidential administration.
Building partnerships that create opportunities for young men of color to acquire tech and job-ready skills.
Sprout’s partnership with the City of Pittsburgh to transform city rec centers into tech learning centers.
In partnership with the Buhl Foundation, Sprout offers catalytic support to advance the One Northside vision.
Sprout’s $500 grants inspire a diverse group of participants to be more active, involved, and civically-engaged.
Sprout provides catalytic funding to support innovative approaches to remaking learning.
Pittsburghers are setting their own agendas for the first 100 days of the new administration.
Help decide how Pittsburghers will take action in the first #100Days. Vote for your favorite projects at 100daysof.us.
We’re committing $100,000 to support projects that empower people to take action on important civic issues during the first 100 days of the next … Read More
Announcing 16 Grand Ideas recommended to receive special $1,000 Seed Award grants
$5,000 grants support community-led projects to engage residents in One Northside initiative
Community-informed process will build digital literacy pathways to employment for young people of color
Sprout announces 18 more grants for community projects working to improve the quality of place, education, and employment in their Northside neighborhood.
We’re back with another round of $1,000 grants to turn your Grand Ideas into reality. Apply by September 16, 2016.