The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation will transform PPG Paints Arena into the “Greatest Show on Earth” on Tuesday, February 20, filling the arena with the sights and sounds of a traveling circus for its first-ever “Night of Assists” Charity Gala presented by Highmark. All Penguins players, coaches and management will be on hand to take part in the organization’s signature charity event of the season. Following this year’s theme, “Under the Big Top,” guests will enjoy a wide variety of entertainment that captures the mystique of a vintage circus from yesteryear including a snake charmer, jugglers, contortionist and a host of traditional circus performers.
Organizations unveil state-of-the-art playground for Northmoreland Park CNX Resources Corporation (NYSE: CNX) is teaming up with the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation to donate and construct a playground at Northmoreland Park in partnership with the Westmoreland County Board of Commissioners and Westmoreland County Bureau of Parks and Recreation. The $60,000 donation, part… Read More
From December 18 through December 22, the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation will be assisting organizations and the local community during the 2nd Annual Week of Assists. Each day during the designated week, the Penguins Foundation will be conducting an act of kindness in our region.
The Pittsburgh Penguins Wives Association will host its 17th annual Holiday Basket Online Auction, starting at 6:00 pm on Thursday, December 7 and continuing through Tuesday, December 19. Each holiday basket is decorated and filled with items unique to a Penguins player. Fans may see (and bid on) the baskets at pensbasket.gesture.com or by texting PENSBASKET to 52182.
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation will hold its annual holiday toy drive Saturday, December 2, when the Penguins host the Buffalo Sabres at PPG Paints Arena.
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
Five Pittsburgh Penguins players have committed to grow and maintain moustaches this month as part of the Movember movement. The goal for their growth is to raise funds and awareness for men’s health. Movember participant Ian Cole and his teammates Carl Hagelin, Bryan Rust, Tom Kuhnhackl and Josh Archibald are… Read More
The Pittsburgh Penguins today announced that they are donating $25,000 to support victims and first responders of Sunday’s shooting tragedy in Las Vegas. The Penguins also are encouraging fans to donate in one of two ways. Fans may donate online through the Penguins Foundation’s website: https://pittsburghpenguinsfoundation.org/donate-las-vegas-shooting/-las-vegas-shooting/. Or, fans may text… Read More
Starting today, fans can purchase 20 seasons of historic locker room nameplates Searching for that signature collectible to complete your fan cave? The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation has uncovered the perfect treasure for you. This summer, equipment manager Dana Heinze and his staff unlocked their equipment Vault and uncovered 20 seasons of… Read More
Penguins Foundation Partners with FBI, Citizens Academy and EverFi to Create Prevention Education Initiative
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and EVERFI are partnering to support the FBI Pittsburgh Division and Citizens Academy on their Heroin Outreach Prevention and Education (HOPE) Initiative. Focusing on the importance of prevention education, this initiative will teach students about opioid abuse and provide an understanding of how abuse can be… Read More