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COVID 19: Caring for your community

Our ioby community is full of helpers. Neighborhood leaders, unofficial mayors of the block, people like you who have always stepped up to do what’s right and to lend a hand. We know that many of you are now trying to figure out how to step up to support your neighbors. We’re here to help. There are two things you can do on ioby right now to support your community: You can start a project on ioby, or check out a list of resources in Pittsburgh we've compiled to help you plan a project. 

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About ioby Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is pretty special. From 446 bridges to 90 neighborhoods, there’s a lot to love about the mighty Steel City. But most of all: Pittsburghers don’t wait around to get good done. Since we began our on-the-ground work in Pittsburgh, ioby has collaborated with over 130 resident leaders as they plan, crowdfund, and build positive change in neighborhoods all across the city and region. With a median donation of $35, Pittsburghers working with ioby have raised over $500,000 in small donations to make our neighborhoods thriving and full of opportunity for all.

 

Meet Miriam Parson, Pittsburgh Action Strategist!

As a Pittsburgh Action Strategist, Miriam is working to help even more leaders like you in Pittsburgh make positive change across the city. When you share your idea for positive change in your Pittsburgh neighborhood, Miriam will walk alongside you as you build your crowdfunding campaign page, make your first donation asks, and build your project.

Miriam is a Pennsylvanian who has settled permanently in Pittsburgh and believes in the collaborative spirit of her hometown. As ioby’s Pittsburgh Action Strategist, she listens to Pittsburghers’ ideas to do positive work in their neighborhoods and then pools resources and experts to support the project leader’s success.

Get to know more about Miriam’s love for Pittsburgh’s collaborative spirit and shared sense of place.

Learn more about our City Action Strategists and how we work on-the-ground to support resident-led change.

 

Donate to a project in your Pittsburgh Neighborhood

  • Revival Relief

    Help Revival Chili provide meals to medical and other essential employees in Pittsburgh, while continuing our mission of employing economically vulnerable people.

    NEEDS: $0 of 13,117
  • Pittsburgh Restaurant Workers Aid Banner

    Pittsburgh Restaurant Workers Aid - Food Distribution Center

    Our Food Distribution Center provides immediate assistance to hospitality workers affected by COVID-19 through the distribution of free food, baby care items, pet necessities, and cleaning and hygiene products.

    NEEDS: $0 of 14,427 + Volunteers
  • Bloomfield Saturday Market During COVID-19

    Help Bloomfield Saturday Market during COVID-19 provide universal, safe access to healthy, locally-grown food while supporting the livelihoods of local farmers and food entrepreneurs.

    NEEDS: $0 of 5,137 + Volunteers
  • Month of the Young Child Celebration

    Month of the Young Child celebrates the importance of early childhood education and professionals who promote children’s strengths through nurturing relationships and creative educational programs.

    NEEDS: $0 of 7,340
  • Clairton Cares Youth Collaborative Space

    We are investing in the youth program space to make it accessible and functional for our youth programming, recreation, and instructional events. 

    NEEDS: $0 of 10,080 + Volunteers
  • Unshakeable Motherhood

    Education, guidance, and refreshment for overworked mothers on the Northside. 

    NEEDS: $0 of 1,493
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    The Guardians: A Community Holiday Play

    With your generous gift, you can expose North Side youths to the exciting world of theater and production and help create a positive experience for families during the holiday season!

    NEEDS: $0 of 2,574