Rick Malik | September 24, 2020
100+ Men Who Care Pittsburgh is proud to announce our 2nd Quarter, 2020 winner is It's About the Warrior Foundation! It’s About the Warrior Foundation was founded in 2012 by seven year United States Air Force veteran Steve Monteleone. IATWF started with very humble beginnings at a fundraising event at Olde Stonewall Golf Club for the Semper Fi Fund. The outpouring of support at that event, not to mention the need for a stable support system for local veterans in Western PA, Eastern Ohio and the Panhandle of West Virginia, developed into something special for our local veterans and their families! We look forward to providing a donation in excess of $10,000 to this wonderful organization.
John Mackie | June 25, 2020
100+ Men Who Care Pittsburgh is proud to announce our 2nd Quarter, 2020 winner is Beverly's Birthdays. Beverly’s Birthdays provides birthday cheer for children experiencing homelessness and families in need. We spread birthday cheer 365 days a year. Today, nearly one in four children in the U.S. live at or below the poverty line. In Southwestern PA alone, there are nearly 4,000 school-aged children identified as homeless. Children living in poverty often go without the everyday items that we take for granted. Special milestones, like birthdays, are often overlooked because of their families’ personal/financial circumstances. Beverly’s Birthdays enriches the lives of the children we serve by making sure they are remembered on their special day. You can learn more and donate to their amazing cause at Donate Here! Final Donation: $7,350.00!
Rick Malik | December 18, 2019
100+ Men Who Care Pittsburgh is proud to announce that our 4th Quarter 2019 selected GIRLS HOPE OF PITTSBURGH. As stated on their website, "Girls Hope of Pittsburgh is a nonprofit organization that helps academically capable and motivated children-in-need to meet their full potential and become "women for others." By providing a value-centered, nurturing, family-like home, opportunities, and a quality education through college, we break the patterns of abuse, poverty, and neglect experienced by the young women we serve." If you would like to learn more or donate directly, please visit their website at www.girlshope.org/ways-to-give. Final donation, $10,750!
Tyler Takacs | September 26, 2019
100+ Men Who Care Pittsburgh is proud to announce that our 3rd Quarter 2019 selected Charity is Pennies From Heaven. As stated on their website, "As its mission, Pennies From Heaven set out to provide economic assistance to needy families thereby allowing parents to remain with their sick child during hospital admissions at all times. Keeping families together during difficult times is important to the healing process, to parents, and most importantly to sick children. Pennies From Heaven provides whatever is needed to allow parents to remain with their children during hospital stays. Gifts range from small overnight toiletry bags and brown bag lunches to paying lost wages, utility bills, and even mortgage payments. Needy families are identified by social workers and a well-coordinated system grants gifts expeditiously for immediate help." If you would like to learn more or donate directly, please visit their website at www.penniesfromheavenpittsburgh.org. Final Donation was $12,750.00!!
Ken Shriber | June 27, 2019
The men of 100+ Men Who Care selected the Education Partnership at our 2nd quarter meeting on June 27th. We are looking forward to donating our check of $10,150.00. Please learn more about this amazing charity by reviewing their website at www.theeducationpartnership.org/history. If you would like to make a donation directly to support their cause go to www.theeducationpartnership.org/donate!
Jeff Carlson | March 28, 2019
The men of 100+ are excited to announce that Variety The Children's Charity organization was selected as our first charity of 2019. We raised a record-setting $15,150 for this amazing organization! Quite simply, Variety strives to enable kids with disabilities to live life to the fullest with a focus on mobility, communication, and social inclusion / interaction. Variety believes that no child should be left out, left behind, or isolated, and through its programs/experiences, Variety strives to give children opportunities to discover the possibilities for their own lives, and be a kid, first and foremost. Follow the link to donate today! www.varietypittsburgh.org/donate/
Robin Zoufalik | December 20, 2018
100+ Men Who Care selected the Pittsburgh Rotary Foundation for our final charity of 2018. The Pittsburgh Rotary Foundation will use 100% of our $12,300 donation to purchase computers for underprivileged youth at Urban Pathway Charter School. 100+ Men is proud to support such a meaningful, local impact to our youth's education. Please follow the link to donate: Donate Today!
Seth Neustein | October 04, 2018
The men of 100+ Pittsburgh selected Circle Camps for Grieving Children for our third charity of 2018 during our meeting and will be donating $11,100.00! We are proud to partner with such a great organization that provides free week-long overnight camp programs for girls who have experienced the death of a parent To learn more, visit their website at http://www.circlecamps.org/ and make a donation of your own!
Ethan Nicholas | June 28, 2018
The men of 100+ Pittsburgh selected The Still Remembered Project for our second charity of 2018 during our meeting and will be donating $14,000! We are proud to partner with such a great organization that provides bereaved parents and families Christian-based support and encouragement for a loss due to miscarriage, stillbirth, or early infant death. To learn more, visit their website at www.stillremembered.org and make a donation of your own!
Josh Adamek | March 29, 2018
The men of 100+ Pittsburgh selected Glimmer of Hope for our first charity of 2018 during our first quarter meeting and will be donating $10,000! A Glimmer of Hope, a Pittsburgh-based breast cancer foundation was started by Diana Napper in 1994 to honor the wishes of her best friend, Carol Jo Weiss Friedman, who lost her battle with the disease in 1990. To learn more, visit their website at www.symbolofthecure.com and make a donation of your own!
Steven D'Achille | December 20, 2017
Our fourth and final meeting of 2017 selected a very local charity (Wexford, PA) with a cause much larger in size. We are honored to support the Alexis Joy D'Achille Foundation for Postpartum Depression with our final donation of the year in the amount of $5750.00. Please visit their website to make a donation of your own.
In our second meeting, the 100+ Men Who Care Pittsburgh program donated a total of $6,250 to Allegheny Youth Development charity! AYD is a faith-based nonprofit organization that improves the academic performance and self-control of at-risk teenage boys through after-school and evening programs.
In our first meeting, the 100+ Men Who Care Pittsburgh program donated a total of $5,250 to Tickets for Kids Charities charity! Their mission is to provide free access for low-income and at-risk kids to the cultural, sporting, and educational venues of their community.