The Pittsburgh Project

Pittsburgh, PA

Founded: 1985

Tel: (412) 321-1678

Website: http://www.pittsburghproject.org

Top LeaderMr. Wayne Younger

Donor Contact: Ms. Sharon Ann Watkins

Member Since: October 6, 1993


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $747,593
   Noncash Donations $32,724
   Other Revenue $779,120
   Total Revenue $1,559,437
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $2,034,025
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$-474,588
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$-474,588
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Total Assets $3,440,724
Total Liabilities $737,755
Net Assets $2,702,969
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The Pittsburgh Project is an urban, neighborhood-based, Christian community development organization. Our vision is that Pittsburgh will be called a City of Truth, where once again, men and women of ripe old age will sit in the streets, each with cane in hand because of age, and where the city streets will be filled with boys and girls playing there (from Zechariah 8:4-5). Our purpose is to develop servant leaders and uphold the dignity of vulnerable homeowners. Our target audiences include urban young people, whom we target for faith formation, academic achievement, relationship building, transformation of culture, and servant leadership. For them, we operate a slate of age-appropriate afterschool and summer programs for grades 1-12. We also train participants in our Service Camps and Retreats to be change agents and builders of Christ's kingdom in their own cities and churches. We also target vulnerable homeowners across the city by running home repair and visitation programs

Kids in our Youth Development summer camps are learning about God's deep love for them, and how they can live as leaders, using their gifts to serve others and bring peace to neglected neighborhoods. Support us today as we make a difference in the lives of these kids.
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