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Awesome ideas, Awesome Pittsburgh
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
How do you make a city awesome? One way is to award one great idea every month with a micro-grant. That's the strategy behind Awesome Pittsburgh and the diverse board that funds it. Now just over a year old, the group is most famous for its award to ZipPitt. But more are coming every month and here's how.
Pop Star: Gisele Fetterman
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Meet Gisele Fetterman, the real deal in Braddock who's giving her famous mayor husband a run for the money. From opening The Free Store, a shipping container filled with donated goods to adding a DIY bike shop and signage project, both coming soon, the native Brazilian is making a big difference.
SiX: Sprout announces more funding for connecting Pittsburgh
The SiX team
Wednesday, November 07, 2012
Got a new and innovative idea to better connect Pittsburgh? The Sprout Fund is waiting to hear from you. Read about our latest social innovation exchange and find out how you can help move our city forward.
Ten tenacious years for The Sprout Fund. So what's next?
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Cathy Lewis Long and Matt Hannigan have propelled The Sprout Fund to new heights in its decade of existence, and are poised to take its Spark program -- which brings together a collaborative of experts in early childhood, technology and new media-- in a fresh and exciting direction this year.
Pop Filter Hot Pick: The Sprout Fund marks 10 creative years with TENACITY retrospective
Wednesday, December 07, 2011
How to mark 10 massively successful years supporting game-changing artistic, entrepreneurial and community-based projects in Pittsburgh? What began as a "10 artists, 10 minutes each" presentation has evolved into a one-night-only festival-style powerhouse featuring the city's most compelling and cutting-edge performances. Move over Hothouse, TENACITY is in (down)town.
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