Pittsburgh Penguins players Bryan Rust and Nick Bjugstad have teamed up to buy four season tickets to benefit children and families assisted by the Matilda Theiss Early Childhood Behavioral Health Programs at UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital. While Pittsburgh Penguins forward Jake Guentzel has announced his new “Hearts of Gold” program for the 2019.20 season. Guentzel has purchased four season tickets to benefit children with congenital heart defects who are a part of Mended Little Hearts of Southwestern PA.
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation is launching a $1 million fund-raising campaign to coincide with its 10th anniversary season in 2019-20. One of the first of many fund-raising initiatives will be a game-used helmet auction, starting at tonight’s game against Anaheim at PPG Paints Arena and lasting 10 days. The helmets,… Read More
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation will begin its 10th anniversary celebration with a night full of special activities at Thursday’s game against Anaheim at PPG Paints Arena. The date is certainly appropriate – 10/10. With its signature slogan, “Kids Are The Future,” the Penguins Foundation has already provided more than $44… Read More
FBI Pittsburgh HOPE Initiative and The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation Continue Partnership for Opioid Epidemic Prevention
ATTENTION: ALL SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN WESTERN PA! The FBI Pittsburgh HOPE Initiative and the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation are partnering to support the FBI Pittsburgh Division and FBI Pittsburgh Citizens Academy on their Heroin Outreach Prevention and Education (HOPE) Initiative. As opioids are becoming more and more prevalent in various recreational… Read More
The Pittsburgh Penguins and the Penguins Foundation selected 20 high school graduates to honor with 2019 Penguins Foundation Scholarships. In partnership with UPMC, and with the strong support of the Allegheny Intermediate Unit (AIU), the Penguins Foundation awarded 20 educational-based scholarships for the 2018-19 school year.
Pittsburgh, PA – Once again, the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation has made a huge impact on charities in the Pittsburgh region. This season, the Foundation has donated over $900,000 to local 501c3 charities from funds collected through the 50/50 Raffle during Penguins home games. The Foundation has raised over $10 million… Read More
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and UPMC Sports Medicine are once again teaming up to offer the Heads UP Pittsburgh program, an innovative concussion awareness and baseline testing initiative for young athletes in the Pittsburgh region. The 2019 testing program begins June 10, and testing will end the week of July… Read More
CNX, Penguins Foundation and Westmoreland County Commissioners Open the CNX Playground at Northmoreland Park
CNX Resources Corporation (NYSE: CNX), the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and the Westmoreland County Board of Commissioners today opened the CNX Playground, a new, state-of-the-art recreation facility in Northmoreland Park. The playground’s dedication culminates a yearlong redevelopment of the northern portion of the park, and was supported by major funding from… Read More
Matt Murray, Penguins Foundation Team Up To Donate More Than $73,000 To Charity With ‘Saves MATTer’ Program
Penguins goaltender Matt Murray and the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation will donate more than $73,000 to charity as part of Murray’s season-long “Saves MATTer” program. Murray pledged to donate $30 for each save he made during the 2018-19 regular season – and after making 1,465 saves, his personal donation comes to… Read More
Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation Pledges Proceeds from “Love Your Melon” Beanies to Ronald McDonald House of Pittsburgh and Morgantown
Pittsburgh, PA – The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation is continuing to sell Penguins “Love Your Melon” beanies, with proceeds benefiting a new, state-of-the-art “Ronald McDonald Care Mobile” for the Ronald McDonald House Charities to service the Greater Pittsburgh Region. The Foundation’s goal is to help fund this 40-foot, vehicle built specifically… Read More