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CDI Printing Services Overview
Job Creation

UPMC’s Supplier Diversity Program, which began in 1989, and reengineered in 2006, is designed to provide minority, woman-owned, and disadvantaged businesses (MWDBE) equal access to obtaining commerce opportunities.  The program ensures that certified MWDBEs are provided the maximum opportunity to participate as partners and suppliers of goods and services to[…]

Homeless Children Education Fund Art Program
Health of the Community

Providing Hope through Learning In 1999, The Homeless Children Education Fund was established to advance the education of children and youth experiencing homelessness in Allegheny County. In accordance with the organization’s mission various workshops and programs were developed to help support these youths. The organization’s summer and afterschool programs provide[…]

Midwife Center for Birth and Women’s Health Outreach
Health of the Community

The Midwife Center for Birth and Women’s Health has been committed to providing care to thousands of clients and families since 1982. By utilizing the skill and compassion of certified nurse-midwives, a nurse practitioner, and nurses, the center is able to provide additional support including: Postpartum Calls Breastfeeding Support Primary[…]

Veterans Leadership Program – Housing Outreach
Health of the Community

In January 2014, communities across America identified nearly 50,000 homeless veterans during point-in-time counts, which represents 8.6 percent of the total homeless population. The housing services that the Veterans Leadership Program offers are critical to this population living in western Pennsylvania. Veterans Leadership Program is one of the largest providers[…]

Veterans Leadership Program Overview
Health of the Community

With Southwestern Pennsylvania being home to more than 260,000 veterans and their families, meeting the growing needs of this population is vital to the region’s sustainability. The Veterans Leadership Program of Western Pennsylvania (VLP) strives not only to provide resources to meet the unique needs of this diverse group, but[…]

Homeless Children Education Fund Overview
Community Revitalization

Providing Hope through Learning For more than 17 years, Homeless Children Education Fund (HCEF) has worked to identify and educate children from birth to age 24 who are experiencing homelessness. Founder, Joe Lagana spent 40 years as an educator in the Penn Hills and North Allegheny school districts, and upon[…]

Chuck Cooper Foundation Leadership Program Overview
Research and Education

The Chuck Cooper Foundation grants scholarships to African-American students who are currently enrolled or plan to enroll in a Masters level or higher programs of study. In addition, it provides a number of resources to students, including a professional leadership program. Chuck Cooper’s leadership program ensures students have the necessary[…]

Smart Futures Keys2Work Program Overview
Research and Education

Smart Futures delivers online career readiness resources to schools throughout Pennsylvania. Developed to provide students with a curriculum based connection to today’s workforce. The program utilizes a college readiness kit comprised of four parts: Keys 2 Work Financial Literacy My Career Journey PA eMentoring The Keys 2 Work program utilizes[…]

Midwife Center for Birth and Women’s Health Overview
Health of the Community

Delivering more than 5,000 babies, The Midwife Center is southwestern Pennsylvania’s only licensed and accredited freestanding birth center. Nurse-Midwives and a nurse practitioner provide prenatal care and childbirth services and primary gynecological care to clients of all ages. Offering three birth suites, three examination rooms, family kitchen, library, and waiting[…]

UPMC St. Margaret Family Health Centers Overview
Health of the Community

The UPMC St. Margaret Family Health Centers are full service, neighborhood family practice offices. With three locations; Lawrenceville, Bloomfield, and New Kensington, the centers are able to provide medical care to many diverse sectors of the Pittsburgh community. Services Include: Geriatric care Pediatric care Gynecology and family planning On-site x-rays[…]