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.
Join us as we team up with 96.1 KISS to make the holiday season a little brighter for area children! Toys may be dropped off at the Pens game on December 2 or at UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex from November 27 to December 2 to support Marine Corps Toys for Tots.
Celebrate Lord Stanley's Cup with the Foundation's Champions Collection featuring a limited number of game used glass pieces, autographed items and more!
Twenty seasons of historic locker room nameplates are now on sale in the Vault! From Mario’s return to the ice to Crosby’s first goal to Stanley Cup victory seasons, nearly 12,000 nameplates await in the Vault. Order your set today to hold a piece of history in your hands forever.
Please consider making a donation to support the family of fallen officer Brian Shaw.
All Home Games!
New! Pucks used in warm-ups by your favorite players will go on sale in the 1st intermission behind Section 104. Additional pucks may be available online as well! Check back often for your very own piece of the game!
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 »
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and local police officers will collect funds to help the family of fallen officer Brian Shaw when the Penguins take on the Tampa Bay Lightning Saturday night at PPG Paints Arena. Officer Shaw had been a member of the New Kensington Police Department for less than… Read More
Featured Grant Recipient
Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
Total Amount Donated in 2016.17