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Roughly 300 guests helped raise more than $300,000 for the opera.
Amachi Pittsburgh celebrated its 10th anniversary in supporting children and families of incarcerated parents with its mentoring program.
Roughly 70 guests came to support the film’s premiere and meet Victoria Nalongo Namusisi, founder of Bright Kids Uganda.
More than 235 partygoers arrived in style to attend the Lexus Executive Mixer on Wednesday night at the Rohrich Lexus Showroom, Beechview.
Turning 100 is always something to celebrate, and the Kelly Strayhorn Theater paid homage on Thursday evening to the former Regent.
Oakland Catholic High School, Heritage Community, Carnegie Library, Northside Common Ministries and City of Asylum host events.
About 275 guests attended the event which raised $12,000 to help preserve the stables and mansion.
Dominion has underwritten the event from its inception and provides grants to the organizations that the awardees represent.
The event, held at Nemacolin Woodlands, raised funds for Wesley Spectrum autism programs.
#ItsGoodtoGive features local people giving back in big and small ways in the ’Burgh.
More than 220 guests raised more than $210,000 for the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society during North Side event.
The event pokes fun at prominent Pittsburghers to support the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.
Focus on Renewal celebrates anniversary; Cancer Caring Center hosts fundraiser.
More than $5.5 million was raised at the Hillman Cancer Center Gala on Thursday at the Consol Energy Center.
Third annual Bond event raised funds for Animal Friends and Charity:Water.
The fundraiser attracted 540 guests who enjoyed food, drinks and dancing to 20 of the city’s best musicians.
A celebration of Latin cultures was in full force Friday at the former Quiet Storm site at 5430 Penn Ave. in Garfield.
Forty women from the Women and Girls Foundation of Southwestern Pennsylvania came to hear speaker, Teresa Younger, at Mansions luncheon.
More than 300 people celebrated Wednesday evening at Heinz Field’s East Club Lounge.
All proceeds benefitted Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates and PAC and their efforts in the 2014 midterm elections.
Benefits for Sisters Place, Kenya Christian Education Partnership, Women’s Mentorship and WearWoof held recently.
Gala raises $510,000 for the Ohio Township animal shelter.
Event held at the Children’s Museum raises funds to find a cure for spinal muscular atrophy.
Event raises funds for Wesley Spectrum which provides support for individuals with autism.
More than 230 guests came out to support the National Multiple Sclerosis Society event,
Patrons gathered to help build and sustain a school and orphanage in Haiti founded by Haitian architect Chedlin Justinvil.
More than 450 guests attended the event held at American Eagle Outfitters at SouthSide Works.
Garden to Table dinner, Wine tasting, Bridesmaids Walk, teas and other events usher in the fall season.
Community and business leaders, friends and colleagues journeyed to Clinton to celebrate the newspaper’s state-of-the-art printing presses.
Partygoers enjoyed performances by local artists and the group Hammerstep.
The night began with a bourbon and raspberry-pomegranate punch in Tender’s green room.
Every Child provides opportunities for families to become self-sufficient and create safe and stable communities.
Event held at the home of Larry Davis, University of Pittsburgh dean of social work.
Sixty brave people rappelled down the side of the building to support Our Clubhouse. Their fearlessness helped raise roughly $160,000.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater put on the ol’ razzle dazzle Friday to dedicate its new Gargaro Theater in honor of retiring founder Ken Gargaro.
Blind Vision of Hope luncheon; Frick Orientation Center opening and Spaghetti for breakfast are a few of the recent events.