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30 Nov

Member Highlight: Bonafide Bellevue (BIGr)

PCRG was pleased to place our spotlight on Bonafide Bellevue, the community development corporation that has been at the forefront of revitalization efforts in Bellevue. Kathy Coder, president of the organization, provided PCRG with a great deal of insight on what is taking place in Bellevue and the best things _
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28 Nov

Submit Your Session Proposals for the 2018 Summit!

The winter is here, and with winter comes our annual tradition: seeking speakers for our Community Development Summit in the spring! PCRG’s 2018 Community Development Summit will take place May 15-16, 2018 and we are seeking outstanding sessions on all topics relating to community development. Our sessions in the past _
27 Nov

City Council to Vote on the Land Bank Policies and Procedures

Two weeks ago, on Tuesday, November 14, the House Urban Affairs Committee held a hearing entitled A Progress Report on PA Land Banks at the Five-Year Mark. Witnesses testified to the accomplishments of land banks across the state. The hearing provided an opportunity for reflection; while much has been accomplished, land banking in _
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6 Nov

PCRG Welcomes Executive Fellow Justin Belton

Justin has been at PCRG since September 18th, working as an Executive Ally through CORO Pittsburgh’s Public Allies program. Justin is currently developing both a capitalization plan as well as a communication plan for the Community Acquisition and Rehabilitation Loan (CARL). He is working closely with both PCRG’s Executive Director _
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26 Oct

October 2017 Newsletter

Table of Contents BlastPoint Brings Big Data to Pittsburgh Nonprofits Rail~Volution 2017: PCRG Staff Takes on Denver Improve the Vue 2017 Welcome, Sheena Carroll! Welcome, Aaron Salituro! BlastPoint Brings Big Data to Pittsburgh Nonprofits Last modified on 2017-10-26 18:43:04 GMT. 0 comments. Top. Small and large nonprofits alike can, at _
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26 Oct

BlastPoint Brings Big Data to Pittsburgh Nonprofits

Small and large nonprofits alike can, at times, find working with data a difficult and mystifying chore. As pools of funding for nonprofits continue to shrink, proving your efficacy and reach becomes increasingly important. Collecting, visualizing, and forecasting data well can give you an edge, both in securing funding and _