Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby donated 100,000 meals today to Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank (the Food Bank). The meals equate to 120,000 pounds of food distributed across the organization’s 11-county service area in southwestern Pennsylvania. “Sidney is such an incredible person both on and off the ice,” said Lisa Scales, President… Read More
Pittsburgh Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin made a monetary donation to the Ronald McDonald House of Pittsburgh this week, enabling RMH to fulfill its entire pantry wish list and provide games for family entertainment. “My wife, Anna, and I wanted to do something to help families in the Pittsburgh area. We know it… Read More
The “Lady Pens,” wives and girlfriends of the Pittsburgh Penguins, have donated more than $59,000 to six non-profit organizations in the Pittsburgh region. Funds were raised through auctions held by the Lady Pens, and from sales of their “Welcome to Our Table” cookbook. Donations were made to the following organizations:… Read More
“Team-Up to Cope with COVID” Campaign Aims to Address Timely Need to Practice “Skills & Drills” to Manage New Stressors
EMBRACE Pittsburgh & Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation Take Lead on Providing Practical Tips, Videos, Resources Pittsburgh, PA – April 10, 2020 – With social distancing, self-isolation and stay-at-home quarantines underway, schools and universities closing campuses, public events and sports seasons postponed, and fear of the unknown, EMBRACE Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh… Read More
Penguins Foundation Donating $20,000 From Green Jersey Auction to Help Those Impacted by Coronavirus Pandemic
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation raised $20,000 from its auction of green St. Patrick’s Day jerseys and will donate $5,000 each to four community groups working on behalf of those impacted by coronavirus COVID-19. Donations are being made to: Pittsburgh Community Food Bank Western PA Diaper Bank Rainbow Kitchen Salvation Army… Read More
On Saturday, March 7, the annual Penguins Charity Game on AT&T SportsNet returns for the 9th straight season to support the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and Mario Lemieux Foundation. To date, Penguins Charity Game has raised $12 million for the two charities.
For one game only, a total of 8,100 Penguins Charity Bags stuffed with memorabilia and more will go on sale online and at PPG Paints Arena starting at 11:45AM. The Penguins take on the Washington Capitals at 1PM.
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation will bring back the days of the disco for the 3rd Annual “Night of Assists” charity gala presented by Highmark on February 12 at PPG Paints Arena. All Penguins players, coaches and management will be in attendance to take part in the organization’s signature charity event… Read More
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and EMBRACE Pittsburgh will co-host the first-ever “Break the Ice Night” when the Penguins face the Florida Panthers on Sunday, January 5 at PPG Paints Arena (5:00PM ET). The event is part of the NHL’s “Hockey Talks” initiative.
“Break the Ice Night” will highlight the efforts of EMBRACE Pittsburgh, a city-wide movement focused on championing mental strength throughout the region.
Pittsburgh, PA – Penguins forward Patric Hornqvist donated $7,200 to the Western Pennsylvania Diaper Bank today to provide diapers prior to Christmas to children from families at low-income or the poverty level in our region. “As a father, I know that some of the simple necessities of having a child… Read More
The Pittsburgh Penguins Wives Association will host its 14th annual Holiday Basket Auction, starting at 5 pm on Tuesday, December 10 and continuing through Saturday, December 14. Each holiday basket is unique and filled with favorite items from each Penguins player.
Fans may bid on the baskets at pensbasket.givesmart.com. Baskets will also be on display at the Penguins home games on December 10, 12 and 14 behind the KeyBank Club (near Section 104).
Proceeds from this year’s auction will benefit Pennies from Heaven, a local nonprofit organization that helps to ease financial hardships for parents with children admitted to UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.