Richard King Mellon Foundation Grants Approved in 2011

HUMAN SERVICES
Adelphoi USA Inc.
Latrobe, PA
to fund capital improvements to Adelphoi's residential facilities
$1,000,000
Allegheny Council to Improve Our Neighborhoods-Housing, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA
toward a housing development fund targeted at projects supporting youth aging out of the foster care system and projects focused on energy efficiency
$500,000
Allegheny Youth Development
Pittsburgh, PA
toward two-year support to expand the after-school educational and behavior management program in the Schiller and King schools on Pittsburgh's North Side
$125,000
Auberle
McKeesport, PA
toward launch of two programs focused on girls
$250,000
Autism Speaks, Inc.
New York, NY
toward two-year support to launch the Community Outreach Initiative in Fayette County, Pennsylvania
$50,000
Bethany Baptist Church
Pittsburgh, PA
to build a new church sanctuary to support youth programs
$100,000
Bolivar Volunteer Fire Company
Bolivar, PA
toward facility renovations to consolidate the operation and equipment of the Bolivar Volunteer Fire Company
$75,000
Bridge To Independence, Inc.
Braddock, PA
toward three-year support to match funds for homeless support programming
$235,000
The Center for Victims of Violence and Crime
Pittsburgh, PA
toward technology upgrades
$60,000
Center of Life
Pittsburgh, PA
toward pre-teen and teen summer and after-school programming
$27,000
Child Watch of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA
toward development of outcome related child well-being indicators
$150,000
Children's Sickle Cell Foundation, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA
toward database development and operating support
$60,000
Communities In Schools of Pittsburgh-Allegheny County, Inc.
Larimer, PA
toward support of the East End Academy
$200,000
Community Economic Development Corporation of Clairton
Clairton, PA
toward construction of a community center and lighting
$200,000
County of Allegheny, Department of Human Services
Pittsburgh, PA
toward two-year support to improve educational outcomes for middle school students who fall below the Pittsburgh Promise eligibility guidelines
$150,000
East End Cooperative Ministry, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA
toward construction of a new facility, Community House, that will consolidate and expand programs and create organization efficiencies
$2,000,000
Family Resources
Pittsburgh, PA
toward merger costs associated with the acquisition of Parental Stress Center and to begin renovation of the headquarters building
$1,000,000
Family Services of Western Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, PA
toward two-year support of the Economic Empowerment Integration Strategy to assist in building capacity
$500,000
Focus on Renewal Sto-Rox Neighborhood Corporation
McKees Rocks, PA
toward two-year support of working capital
$350,000
The Forbes Funds
Pittsburgh, PA
to support the implementation of an outcomes framework for the Urban League, the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh, and The Salvation Army
$40,000
Grantmakers for Education
Portland, OR
toward an educational seminar being held in Pittsburgh in April 2012 to support efforts to infuse arts, media and technology to inspire learning among children and youth
$10,000
Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council
Pittsburgh, PA
to assist small arts organizations in increasing the accessibility of arts and culture venues for people with disabilities
$10,000
Highlands Hospital
Connellsville, PA
toward renovations of an existing building for Highland Hospital's new autism center
$250,000
Hosanna House, Inc.
Wilkinsburg, PA
toward support of operations and roof repairs including installation of new HVAC units
$1,000,000
Hosanna Industries, Inc.
Rochester, PA
to provide home repair and improvement services for low-income homeowners in southwestern Pennsylvania
$150,000
Hunters Sharing the Harvest, Inc.
Harrisburg, PA
toward three-year support of operations
$45,000
Ligonier Valley Fire Companies
Ligonier, PA
toward purchase of an attack pumper for the Wilpen Fire Department
$100,000
Ligonier Valley Young Men's Christian Association of Pa, Inc.
Ligonier, PA
toward repairs to the roof, showers, lockers, and HVAC system, and a new climbing wall
$150,000
Luminari, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA
toward the 2011 Ambassador Camp
$10,000
Lutheran Service Society of Western Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, PA
to open a Meals on Wheels program in Homewood using the commercial kitchen at Rosedale Block Cluster
$52,000
Magee Womens Research Institute and Foundation
Pittsburgh, PA
toward support of cancer and obstetric programs
$190,000
Manchester Craftsmen's Guild
Pittsburgh, PA
toward support of operations
$200,000
Mary and Alexander Laughlin Children's Center
Sewickley, PA
toward support of renovations at the Laughlin Children's Center
$100,000
McGuire Memorial Foundation
New Brighton, PA
toward renovation of the Intermediate Care Facility to add a sprinkler system and to make the building more energy efficient
$400,000
The Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern PA
Pittsburgh, PA
toward two-year support of operations
$250,000
The Mon Valley Initiative
Homestead, PA
toward finding employment for hard to place individuals
$200,000
National Center for Non-Profit Excellence, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA
toward support of operations
$150,000
National Organization on Disability
New York, NY
toward two-year support to assist the most severely wounded soldiers and their families in their transition to civilian careers
$200,000
Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA
to support housing counseling and foreclosure mitigation services
$250,000
NorthShore Community Alliance
Pittsburgh, PA
toward support of programs to help youth and families in need in Allegheny County
$200,000
Northside Coalition for Fair Housing
Pittsburgh, PA
toward two-year support of resident and community service projects for low-income families residing in the North Side
$200,000
Northside Coalition for Fair Housing
Pittsburgh, PA
toward support of the Adonai Project which engages at-risk young men in community service projects
$25,000
One Vision One Life, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA
toward support of operations for the violence prevention program
$300,000
Operation Better Block, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA
to expand community development initiatives, community organization, and safety and outreach programs
$250,000
Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children
Harrisburg, PA
to educate policymakers on the importance of early child care, child welfare, career-focused education, and work-based learning programs
$100,000
The Pittsburgh Foundation
Pittsburgh, PA
toward funding of the Integration Fund at the Department of Human Services
$250,000
The Pittsburgh Harlequins Rugby Football Association
Cheswick, PA
toward support of operations
$10,000
Pittsburgh Leadership Foundation
Pittsburgh, PA
toward support of operations for Amachi Pittsburgh
$50,000
Pittsburgh Soccer in the Community
Pittsburgh, PA
toward programming at the Neighborhood Academy Field House facility to serve children in Stanton Heights, Lawrenceville, East Liberty, Garfield, Highland Park, Bloomfield, Homewood, and Lincoln-Larimer
$25,000
Primary Care Health Services
Pittsburgh, PA
toward facility and equipment upgrades at the Alma Illery Medical Center, laboratory, and homeless center office
$650,000
Program to Aid Citizen Enterprise
Pittsburgh, PA
to provide operating support to Adonai Center for Black Males and to coach its founder
$25,000
Rosedale Block Cluster, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA
to conduct a feasibility assessment for urban agriculture and food business ventures
$8,750
Saint Margaret Memorial Hospital Foundation
Pittsburgh, PA
to add on-site behavioral health experts into the family health centers
$100,000
The Salvation Army
Carnegie, PA
to aid residents of Westmoreland County
$25,000
Seton Hill Child Services, Inc.
Greensburg, PA
for transitional working capital
$40,000
Sisters Place, Inc.
Clairton, PA
toward two-year support to build capacity and diversity in fund-raising
$40,000
Squirrel Hill Health Center
Pittsburgh, PA
toward relocation and renovation of the medical center
$525,000
Three Rivers Adoption Council
Pittsburgh, PA
toward specialized training for adoption professionals in the use of trauma-informed care
$15,000
Three Rivers Youth
Pittsburgh, PA
toward two-year support of operations
$400,000
Tri-City Life Center, Inc.
Lower Burrell, PA
toward purchase of a building to consolidate program sites
$100,000
United Way of Allegheny County
Pittsburgh, PA
toward early childhood initiatives
$500,000
United Way of Westmoreland County
Greensburg, PA
to assist victims of the March 2011 tornado
$25,000
University of Pittsburgh, School of Social Work
Pittsburgh, PA
toward two-year support of the Homewood Children's Village initiative
$175,000
Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA
toward a leadership retreat aimed at reducing high school drop out rates, promoting academic achievement, and helping youth become 'Promise Ready'
$25,000
Valley Youth Network
Ligonier, PA
toward capital improvements at the Millcreek facility
$130,000
Wesley Spectrum Services
Pittsburgh, PA
toward a two-year project to enhance the agency's technology and communications system
$600,000
Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
Pittsburgh, PA
toward upgrades to the HVAC system and window renovations
$60,000
The Woodlands Foundation, Inc.
Wexford, PA
toward two-year support of the Notes from the Heart Music Program
$40,000
Total Human Services Grants $15,682,750

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