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Community Development Grants 

Public Service Grant: Public Service Grants are federally-funded grants made to local nonprofit organizations serving Pittsburgh residents with low and moderate incomes. Awarded projects will provide direct services to vulnerable populations. The Public Service grant has funded projects such as food pantries, youth programs, job training, career counseling, literacy programs, senior activity programs, and more. The 2023 application window closed April 14, 2022. For information on the progression of the grant cycle, visit Engage PGH


Neighborhood Economic Development Grant: This grant provides funding to community development corporations to engage in activities that support economic development and neighborhood planning. Past projects have included: neighborhood planning, site assembly, project management for development projects, community outreach for development projects, and business recruitment. This grant is funded by the Community Development Block Grant program. The 2023 application is open June 30th - August 11th. To learn more, visit Engage PGH.


Emergency Solutions Grant: This grant provides funding for nonprofits that provide services and shelter to people experiencing homelessness. Funds awarded have included: shelter operations, street outreach, shelter rennovation, and more.