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GTECH Resilience Generation Initiative

Resilience Generation

Technical Assistance and Direct Financial Support for Projects Improving Community Health

Now through June 2019, GTECH will offer a range of custom interventions in partnership with 24 individual communities in the effort to increase resilience of vulnerable communities.

If your organization works with residents to build community health and resilience, you could apply for awards ranging from $5-30K of direct and indirect resources.

Applications due December 2nd

More information and applications available at:

Resilience Generation

Next One Northside Funding Deadline is Nearly Here

Neighbor to Neighbor Grant

We’re Halfway There

There’s still time to lead a $1,000 Neighbor-to-Neighbor project.

We’ve set a goal to support 50 Neighbor-to-Neighbor projects this year and we’re just about halfway there. What will you do with your Neighbor-to-Neighbor grant?

Want to host a community clean up or neighborhood gathering? Have a big idea that you want to test out? Neighbor-to-Neighbor $1,000 grants support small projects on the Northside – and we’re accepting applications through August 5th.

Anyone that lives or works on the Northside is eligible to apply for a Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grant from The Sprout Fund and use $1,000 to make the Northside the place to live, work and learn.


Start Your Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grant Application

Manchester Growing Together

Manchester Growing Together Garden

Documentary Screening on Tuesday, August 2nd.

Manchester Growing Together Garden is celebrated as a model of environmental stewardship, juvenile justice remediation and community service involvement.

Learn more and meet project leader Lisa Freement at a free screening of the documentary Manchester Growing Together at City of Asylym on Tuesday, August 2nd from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

RSVP to Attend this Free Screening

Learn More About Sprout’s Support for One Northside

$5,000 One Northside Innovation Grants

One Northside Grant

Take the lead in your community with this one-time opportunity

In support of the One Northside initiative, The Sprout Fund is offering grants of up to $5,000 to launch new and creative ideas for improving the quality of place, education, or employment on Pittsburgh’s Northside.

That’s right: $5,000 to make your community even better.

Northside residents, community groups, nonprofits, and collaborative teams are encouraged to apply. Past Neighbor-to-Neighbor projects are also welcome!

Submit your One Northside Innovation grant application!
DEADLINE: Monday, July 18th

Get to Work on Your $5,000 Application

Neighbor-to-Neighbor Deadline: June 3rd

Submit your request for $1,000 to support a community-led project in your neighborhood!

How would you use $1,000 to make an impact in your community? Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grants from The Sprout Fund provide $1,000 to support small-scale projects led by Northside residents.

Submit your application by Friday, June 3rd to be considered in the next funding round!

Submit your Application NOW

June Info Sessions

Attend any one of these upcoming neighborhood info sessions to learn about One Northside funding opportunities from The Sprout Fund:

Monday, June 6 | 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Allegheny
1230 Federal Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Register to attend

Monday, June 13 | 5:30 pm to 8:0 0pm
Max’s Allegheny Tavern
537 Suismon Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Register to attend

Monday, June 27 | 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Allegheny City Brewing
507 Foreland Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Register to attend

Learn More About Sprout’s Support for One Northside

One Northside Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grants are Back!


Neighbor-to-Neighbor $1,000 grants are back!

Last year, in support of One Northside, Sprout helped fund 48 small-scale community projects in all 18 neighborhoods of the Northside. And we’re ready to support 50 more this spring and summer!

Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grants of up to $1,000 provide funding for small-scale One Northside projects with broad citizen support. Projects may be one-time events, ongoing initiatives, or urgent innovations, and will be led by previous Neighbor-to-Neighbor project leaders, newcomers to the program, and creative collaborations among previously-supported project team members.

Applicants must live or work on the Northside to qualify.

Learn more at

RSVP for an Info Session

5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Central Northside

5/2 – Carnegie Library of Pittsburg, Allegheny: RSVP →

East Allegheny/Spring Hill

5/9 –Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center: RSVP →


5/16 – Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild: RSVP →


5/23 – Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Woods Run: RSVP →

One Northside Initiative

The Northside is a community of unparalleled assets. 18 neighborhoods strong, the Northside is built on a history of hard work and a rich array of personal and shared experiences. Building on the Northside’s strengths, a large-scale effort has been launched to create a shared agenda for progress that spans all Northside communities, one that creates an improved quality of life for ALL Northside residents, and ensures the revitalization of the Northside as a preferred destination.

With a long-term commitment from the Buhl Foundation as the catalyst for this collaborative work, the One Northside initiative is actively building partnerships with existing resource providers and community organizations from within the Northside and around the region to match assets and services directly to community needs.

Learn More About the One Northside Initiative

Sprout’s Support for One Northside

In partnership with The Buhl Foundation, The Sprout Fund provides catalytic support and resources to Northside community leaders for small-scale, neighborhood-level projects. In 2015, Sprout support for One Northside included Neighbor-to-Neighbor grants of up to $1,000 for very small-scale community projects, Community Grants of up to $10,000 for Northside neighborhood organizations, and Action Team Grants for strategic, collaborative approaches to addresses the One Northside focus areas of Place, Employment, and Education.

Learn More about Sprout’s support for One Northside