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Tree Well Project Update: Free Flowers Available May 16th

Hopefully by the time you’re reading this the neighborhood will have had a successful first round for the Tree Well project for this spring. Luckily we were able to qualify for one of the Buhl Foundation / Sprout Fund Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grants AND Holly was able to get us an amazing deal on mulch so we have plenty of funds left over for phase 2.

Starting the day of the mulch clean up AWCC residents and business owners will be eligible to order (free) flowers for their tree wells. Watch for more information on the email list and save the date, for May 16. Make sure you take a “before” picture now that your tree wells are pristine: we’re considering a contest for the the most creative plantings after the 5/16 event.

Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grant deadline is this Friday!

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$1,000 to support community projects on Pittsburgh’s Northside

The next deadline to apply for Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grants of up to $1,000 to support new projects, events, and activities in Pittsburgh’s Northside communities is this Friday!

Applications are due by 5:00pmFriday, April 10th: Submit your application online.

Check out the most recent round of funded Northside projects at

Deadline Day Support

Sprout staff will be on-site at the Pittsburgh Project from 10:00am to 5:00pm this Friday to accept hand-delivered applications, assist in the use of the online application form, and answer questions from grantseekers.

Where: The Pittsburgh Project, 2801 North Charles Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15214
When: Friday, April 10th, 10:00am – 5:00pm

No need to RSVP, just stop by the Pittsburgh Project and we’ll help you out!

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Application Deadline Coming Up: Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grants

Neighbor-to-Neighbor grant deadline is Friday, April 10th

One Northside LogoThe Sprout Fund is offering Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grants of up to $1,000 to support new projects, events, and activities that engage Northside residents in the civic life of their community.

Submit your application for $1,000 to support community projects on Pittsburgh’s Northside

It’s not too late to start putting your application together, and if you’re not sure where to start, or your application needs a little polish, attend an info session with Sprout staff to learn more or get feedback.

Information Sessions

Tuesday, March 24
6:00pm – 8:00pm

Manchester Citizens Corporation
1319 Allegheny Ave, 15233

Meet the Project Leaders behind the first 10 Neighbor-to-Neighbor grants and get tips on how to apply before the April deadline.

Friday, March 27
10:30am – 12:30pm

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
1230 Federal St, 15212

Draft review session. Share your application with Sprout staff to receive guidance and feedback prior to the deadline.

Applications are due by 5pm on Friday, April 10th

And if you’re curious about what kinds of projects are already underway, check out the first round of Neighbor-to-Neighbor grant projects.

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New Northside Grant Opportunities

Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grants

How would you use $1,000 to benefit your Northside neighborhood?

One Northside LogoThe Sprout Fund is offering Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grants to support new projects, events, and activities that engage Northside residents in the civic life of their community.

Grants of up to $1,000 are available to provide immediate support.

Applications will be accepted on the first Friday of each month beginning Friday, February 6th!

Questions? Call Sprout at 412-863-2907!

Learn more and apply at

Attend an Upcoming Info Session

Friday, January 16
9:00am – 10:00am

Studio Capezzuti
1509 Termon Ave (Brighton Heights)

Tuesday, January 20
11:00am – 1:00pm 

Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild
1815 Metropolitan St (Chateau)

Thursday, January 22
6:00pm – 8:00pm

Wigle Whiskey Barrelhouse
1055 Spring Garden Ave (Spring Garden)

RSVP by sending your name and neighborhood to

Additional Info Sessions will be added. Check for updates!

One Northside: Be Part of the Conversation

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We need your help reaching every resident in the Northside!

The Northside Community Census is one part of many moving parts of the Northside Conversation project sponsored by the Buhl Foundation. Every Northsider has a voice and we want to hear it! Spread the word to your neighbors to share theirs by taking the Northside Community Census!

Want to know more? Visit our website or connect with us on social media today!

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