FISCAL SPONSORSHIP FUNDS are…

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AALA
Fiscal Sponsorship
Established in 2009 to support the work of the African American Leadership Association. This organization was started by Bernadette Turner and Darcel Madkins to address issues relevant to current and future African American leaders within the Pittsburgh Community. It is a member based organization dedicated to providing African Americans and minorities with: exposure, enrichment, opportunities and access to leadership positions.


Aaron Maybin Events
Fiscal Sponsorship
This fund was established in 2010 by Aaron Maybin to support his charitable efforts through Project Mayhem a nonprofit organization created by Aaron to provide aid, both personal and economic, to underprivileged and at risk youth to excel beyond their current conditions.


Alliance for Police Accountability
Fiscal Sponsorship
Established in 2016 by the Board of Trustees to accept payments and contributions made to the work of the Alliance for Police Accountability (APA) a fiscally sponsored program of POISE Foundation. Contributions are designated for the program and operations of APA.


Amachi Pittsburgh Fund
Fiscal Sponsorship


BME - Freedom Indeed
Fiscal Sponsorship
This fund was established in 2018 to support the Freedom Indeed Project created by Cornell Jones with initial funding through BME Genius award. This program is designed to train ex-offender men and women on how to learn every position in the internet radio field.


BME - Hammonds Initiative
Fiscal Sponsorship
This fund was established in 2018 by Leonard Hammond through a BME Black Genius Award. The Purpose of the fund is to impact the African American community in four areas including: violence intervention prevention, mentoring, community outreach, and community service (volunteerism).


District 19 - Health & Wellness Weekend
Fiscal Sponsorship
This fund was established in 2014 by the office of Representative Jake Wheatley for District 19 of the Commonwealth of PA to support an annual event that introduces and teaches concepts that promote a healthy, sustainable lifestyle which includes physical, emotional, mental, spiritual, and economic health. This weekend is designed to focus on how the community can make simple changes in their everyday lifestyle to live healthier and be more active.


District 19 - People's Office Golden Luncheon
Fiscal Sponsorship
This fund was established in 2014 by Representative Jake Wheatley to support an annual event that brings together seniors throughout the 19th Legislative District of Pennsylvania for the purpose of sharing information and resources available to seniors in Pittsburgh and the Commonwealth of PA.


Fight Back Project
Fiscal Sponsorship
This fund was created in 2018 by the Pittsburgh Black Political Convention to encourage African American voters to maximize their political potential during non- presidential midterm elections.


Good Neighbor Project Fund
Fiscal Sponsorship


Juneteenth 2018
Fiscal Sponsorship


Landless Peoples Alliance
Fiscal Sponsorship
This fund was created in 2018 by the Landless Peoples Alliance to support the The Pittsburgh Tenant Union Project focusing on increasing and maintaining the supply of homes affordable for poor families, while improving the quality of life for renters and their communities.


My Brother's Keeper
Fiscal Sponsorship
Established in 2018 by the City of Pittsburgh and the County of Allegheny to support the work of the My Brother’s Keeper Initiative focused on the well-being of the African American child and family first and foremost. The Six Milestones in the MBK Framework refer to key developmental inflection points from early childhood through successful post-secondary matriculation and career attainment.


PBMF
Fiscal Sponsorship


Pgh Peace and Justice Initiative
Fiscal Sponsorship
Established in 2016 by the Pittsburgh Black Elected Officials Coalition (PBEOC) to develop a Public Policy Agenda impacting Pittsburgh’s African American community focusing on creating a partnership with Pittsburgh’s African-American communities and State, County and Local Governments to increase public safety, improve the quality of life and ensure the delivery of fair and impartial public safety services.


Philadelphia Black Giving Circle
Fiscal Sponsorship


Philadelphia Black Giving Circle - Admin
Fiscal Sponsorship
Established in 2017 by The Philadelphia Black Giving Circle to support its Giving Circle programs and activities in the Greater Philadelphia Area witha purpose to leverage collective resources from diverse donors to support non-profit organizations undertaking impactful work in the Black community. This fund supports the administration and operating costs of the Giving Circle.


Philadelphia Black Giving Circle - Grantmaking
Fiscal Sponsorship
Established in 2017 by the Founding Members of The Philadelphia Black Giving Circle. Its purpose is to assist charitable organizations in Philadelphia that support the city’s black community. This fund supports the Giving Circle's grants to eligible organizations.


Pittsburgh Police Foundation
Fiscal Sponsorship


St. James Impact Community Center
Fiscal Sponsorship
Established in 2017 to support the development and construction of a community center managed by St. James AME Church.


Strong Mom Strong Baby
Fiscal Sponsorship
Established in 2019 by Denny Civic Solutions to support the StrongMomStrongBaby Campaign which focuses on creating a pathway to services for mothers with postpartum depression and their infants.


The Advanced Leadership Initiative
Fiscal Sponsorship
Created in 2017 by Evan Frazier, this fund supports the operational expenses of the The Advanced Leadership Initiative which focuses on promoting and developing African American Executives in the Greater Pittsburgh Region.