About servePGH

On September 10, 2009, the City of Pittsburgh became a founding member of the Cities of Service coalition joining then Mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg and fifteen other mayors from across our nation to help achieve the goals of the Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act. By joining the Cities of Service coalition, the City of Pittsburgh became committed to developing a coordinated strategy to utilize impact volunteerism as a significant municipal strategy for addressing local challenges.

Pittsburgh’s strategy for engaging Pittsburgh residents in service is servePGH, an office dedicated to addressing Pittsburgh’s most pressing needs through impact volunteerism. Through innovative service initiatives, the City of Pittsburgh has engaged thousands of citizens to revitalize City blocks, restore vulnerable residents’ homes, help middle-school youth navigate life’s challenges, and more. These service initiatives include: Love Your BlockBeautify Our 'BurghSnow AngelsMayor's Mentoring InitiativeCivic Leadership AcademyCitizen Service Award, Promise Coaches and Sustainable Home Improvement Partnership.

Contact Us
servePGH Office:

City County Building | 414 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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