To actively promote physical well being, encourage teamwork, stress the value of education and provide essential life skills to young people in our community through youth hockey and other activities.
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation actively assists western Pennsylvania high school seniors in their pursuit of academic achievement by offering multiple scholarships. Our application is NOW OPEN should you like to apply for our current scholarship program.
Penguins Foundation Grants, funded from the 50/50 Raffle, are awarded to qualifying organizations during each Penguins season. If you believe that your organization aligns with our mission, apply for a Grant today!
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The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and Highmark have teamed up on a $2.3 million project to build 12 dek hockey rinks in the Pittsburgh area.
Read about the recent work of the Penguins Foundation in the Pittsburgh region and beyond.
What is C.O.O.L.?
Children Overcoming Obstacles & Limits (C.O.O.L.)
The Children Overcoming Obstacles and Limits (C.O.O.L.) Zone was developed, with the support of the Penguins Foundation, by the Matilda Theiss Early Childhood Behavioral Health Program at the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic of UPMC. Shaped like an “igloo” to provide a safe space for children, the C.O.O.L. Zone is a behavioral health program for young children who exhibit symptoms of or who currently have behavioral health diagnosis. This program increases accessibility to high quality mental health services by partnering with existing schools and child-oriented settings within Allegheny County. Within these child friendly settings, the Penguins C.O.O.L. Zone serves children experiencing a range of behavioral and emotional disruptions such as: aggression, anxiety, depression, withdrawal, family disruption, emotional difficulties, traumatic responses, and more. Read more »
Pittsburgh Initiative Part of a Three-Year, $1.125 Million Commitment from The Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents Program Camp Hill, Pa. (March 22, 2018) — In an effort to help address adolescent drug abuse and misuse in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, The Rite Aid Foundation, Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation, and Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh… Read More
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