The Pittsburgh Foundation


The Pittsburgh Foundation is home to more than 2,300 individual funds established by generous donors. Through prudent oversight, its investment management strategies ensure that the organization’s endowment continues to provide for significant grantmaking in our community, now and for future generations.

Our excellent stewardship of the Foundation’s fiscal resources includes stringent attention to efficient and cost-effective management. This consistent approach has positioned the Foundation well to weather the turmoil of the global economic crisis compared with many charitable funding organizations locally and nationally.

The Pittsburgh Foundation's EIN is: 25-0965466

Financials from 2021:

Asset growth over 10 years

Learn about The Pittsburgh Foundation's investment strategies and fund management. 

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Grantmaking over 10 years = $64.5 million.

Grants by category (in millions). Total grants = $64.5. Education = $19.9. Human services = $18.3. Arts and Culture = $7.8. Health = $7.0. Public and Social Benefit = $5.2. Religion related = $4.2. Environment and Animals = $1.6. International and foreign affairs = $0.5.


Learn more about the Foundation's grantmaking. 

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