For this week’s message, I’m going to let two articles tell the story about what our community is able to accomplish when institutions are able to truly put clients’ needs first and collaborate not just to say they collaborate but to really achieve amazing outcomes.
According to Kate Dewey, the President of the Forbes Funds, who encouraged Agewell Pittsburgh to apply for this prize, this is the first time that Pittsburgh nonprofits have received this recognition. Mazel tov to Agewell Pittsburgh and all the agency partners: the Jewish Association on Aging, the Jewish Community Center and Jewish Family and Children’s Service (all Beneficiary Agencies of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh)!
AgeWell Pittsburgh recognized with $150,000 grant
2017’s Collaboration Prize Winner Can Teach a Thing or Two
Aren’t we all lucky to be part of such an amazing Jewish community?