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225 Ross Street, Ste. 202
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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412.471.3727

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412.471.3746

It’s our job to connect you with valued resources that will help you do your best work.

As a community partner, we provide expertise, tailored support and long-term commitment through listening and giving neighborhoods resources to understand their current condtions and simplifying the community development process through the distribution of shared standards, tools and metrics that can be used by everyone.

Here are some websites, reports, articles and other materials that reflect the work we’re doing in partnership with our grantees, partners, and others, as well as some of the broader conversations we’re having on an issue.

See the gray menu at left for resources in specific topic areas.

websitesIconWebsites:

Find national best practices and stories about comprehensive community development and neighborhood transformation from cities across the country: LISC

Find training and information about best practices, ideas and news from around the field of comprehensive community development: Institute for Comprehensive Community Development

Multiple Resource Guides to find providers of Human Services including food assistance, healthcare/insurance, homelessness, mental health concerns, immigrants and refugees and more: Allegheny County

A data resource only for nonprofit, academic and governmental organizations in Pittsburgh: PNCIS (Pittsburgh Neighborhood and Community Information System)

Provides local information on Urban and Regional Analysis, Survey Research and Qualitative Data Analysis: University Center for Social & Urban Research (UCSUR)

Informs and inspires the people who are creating the cities of the future—and those who want to live there through original reporting, sharp analysis, and visual storytelling: CITYLAB

Strengthening the social sector by advancing knowledge about philanthropy: FOUNDATION CENTER

Find food, health, housing, job training programs and more, anywhere, by Zip Code: Aunt Bertha

blogIconBlogs:

LIVING CITIES: Building a Resilient Civic Infrastructure: Reflections on the One Table Approach

SHELTERFORCE: What do community development intermediaries do these days, and why do we need them?

presenttIconPresentations:

Equitable Development in Pittsburgh: Moving from Vision to Action

UCSUR: Using Indicators to Support Community Decision-Making: Lessons from Baltimore

University of Buffalo: Shrinking Cities – Are We Siting Affordable Housing in Neighborhoods of Opportunity?

documentsIconDocuments:

2017 Financial Opportunity Center Impact Statement

Neighborhood Allies 2017 Report to the Community: A Journey to Building Healthy Neighborhoods in Pittsburgh

Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council (GPAC) Arts and Economic Prosperity Report: From Pointe Shoes to Pierogies: Impacts of the Arts in Allegheny County

City of Pittsburgh, PA CDBG, HOME, HESG, AND HOPWA PROGRAMS FY CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION REPORT (C.A.P.E.R.)

Neighborhood Allies 2015 Report to the Community: Creating Neighborhoods of Opportunity for All!

Innovative Project Report [First Edition]: The One Northside Community Plan

New Leadership, New Approach and New Ideas are Taking Shape at Neighborhood Allies

The Big Rethink Summary

Getting It Done: New Tools for Communities

articlesIconArticles:

Creating Place: The role of Community Development Corporations in Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods

Community Development Corporations Give Power to the People

What is Placemaking?

presenttIconPublic Information:

Neighborhood Allies 2017 Audit

Neighborhood Allies 2016 Audit

Neighborhood Allies 2015 Audit

Neighborhood Allies 2014 Audit

 

 

 

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