The Google.org Impact Challenge Pittsburgh rallies the community around bold ideas to make our neighborhoods even better.
A panel of advisors helped us select four nonprofits with innovative ideas for growing economic opportunity in the Pittsburgh area, and each will receive $50,000 in grant funding and Google training. The public has now voted for the cause they believe has the most promise, and the People's Choice winner will receive an additional $50,000.
Learn more about our winners and People's Choice winner below.
Meet the winners
On-the-job training that restores our environment and provides a pathway to long-term careers
Launch a makerspace focused on women to provide accessible tools, workshops, and support to jumpstart new careers
Community Kitchen Pittsburgh
Food service education for Pittsburghers excluded from the workforce provides the foundation for change
Idea Foundry, Inc.
Empowering entrepreneurs from underrepresented communities to start and grow their businesses
About the challenge
Pittsburgh has always been home to innovators who possess the talent, grit, and determination to think big. The Google.org Impact Challenge Pittsburgh supports local nonprofits with big ideas to create opportunity in the Pittsburgh area.
Meet the advisors
Meet our panel of Advisors who helped review the submissions and select the winners.
Founder, Best of the Batch Foundation
Co Founder, Impellia
Former Pittsburgh Steeler
Mary Frances Cooper
President and Director, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
President, The Heinz Endowments
Engineering Director and Co-Site Lead, Google Pittsburgh