Find Recent Grants

There are so many ways to support and inspire children.

Preparing them for a life of possibilities is a process that starts early and continues through young adulthood. Our goal at The Grable Foundation is to identify and uplift the people, places, and activities that guide and develop the Pittsburgh region’s kids. Whether it’s enriching a classroom, supporting afterschool mentors, or staging a joyous performance, our purpose is to nurture children and give them the tools to achieve their dreams. This searchable database illustrates our work.


*Search results may include payments scheduled for the future, which are subject to Grable’s evaluation and approval.

Focus Area
Families Carnegie Institute

To support re-envisioning informal STEM education at a local museum

$300,000  |  Aug 2022  —  Aug 2025
Amount Awarded  |  Project Period

Payments:

$100,000  in  2024*

$100,000  in  2023

$100,000  in  2022

Families National Council of Jewish Women

To support a program that provides clothes and school supplies to children in need

$50,000  |  Aug 2022  —  Aug 2024
Amount Awarded  |  Project Period

Payments:

$25,000  in  2023

$25,000  in  2022

Families Friendship Circle of Pittsburgh, Inc. (The)

To support programming that engages children of all abilities

$15,000  |  Aug 2022  —  Aug 2023
Amount Awarded  |  Project Period

Payments:

$15,000  in  2022

Families Grantmakers of Western Pennsylvania

To support the continued expansion of Remake Learning Days to cities and regions nationwide

$700,000  |  Aug 2022  —  Aug 2024
Amount Awarded  |  Project Period

Payments:

$350,000  in  2023

$350,000  in  2022

Families Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh

To support the children?s museum in inspiring kindness, joy, creativity, and curiosity for all learners

$250,000  |  Aug 2022  —  Aug 2024
Amount Awarded  |  Project Period

Payments:

$125,000  in  2023

$125,000  in  2022

Families Chapman University

To investigate how working-class families perceive their learning opportunities in an era of technological change, in order to inform evidence-based policies and programs capable of responding to local families? needs

$21,139  |  Aug 2022  —  Oct 2023
Amount Awarded  |  Project Period

Payments:

$21,139  in  2022

Families DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh

To support family-friendly activities to build awareness and appreciation of local architecture

$2,500  |  Aug 2022  —  Oct 2022
Amount Awarded  |  Project Period

Payments:

$2,500  in  2022

Families Neighborhood Resilience Project

To support a backpack food program for children experiencing hunger

$10,000  |  Aug 2022  —  Aug 2023
Amount Awarded  |  Project Period

Payments:

$10,000  in  2022

Families Riverlife

To support programming to connect children, youth, and families to Pittsburgh's riverfronts

$25,000  |  Jun 2022  —  May 2023
Amount Awarded  |  Project Period

Payments:

$25,000  in  2022

Families Footbridge for Families

To support families with children facing pressing financial crises

$25,000  |  Jul 2022  —  Jun 2023
Amount Awarded  |  Project Period

Payments:

$25,000  in  2022

Families One Day to Remember

To support a program that offers children of parents with life-threatening illnesses a special day to make memories as a family

$7,500  |  Jun 2022  —  Jun 2023
Amount Awarded  |  Project Period

Payments:

$7,500  in  2022

Families West Overton Village and Museum

To support expansion of West Overton Village Museum's Do It Yourself History program

$25,000  |  Mar 2022  —  Mar 2024
Amount Awarded  |  Project Period

Payments:

$12,500  in  2023

$12,500  in  2022