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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

Penguins Charity Night on AT&T SportsNet Raises $2.4 Million

The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation hosted their 7th annual Penguins Charity Night on Saturday, March 3 during the Penguins home game against the New York Islanders, raising a record-setting total for the Penguins Foundation and Mario Lemieux Foundation thanks to the generous contributions of the team’s fan base.

Between purchases at PPG Paints Arena and online, a total of 7,500+ Penguins Charity Duffel Bags were sold raising over $2.4 million for the Penguins Foundation and Lemieux Foundation.

This was the largest total raised in seven seasons in partnership with AT&T SportsNet (formerly ROOT Sports). The television broadcast and AT&T SportsNet on-air team provided invaluable exposure to both charities throughout the game, while encouraging fans to donate to these great causes.

Penguins Charity Night on AT&T SportsNet Returns March 3

On Saturday, March 3, the annual Penguins Charity Night on AT&T SportsNet returns for the 7th straight season to support the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and Mario Lemieux Foundation. For one game only, a total of 7,500 Penguins Charity Duffel Bags stuffed with memorabilia and more will go on sale online and at PPG Paints Arena starting at 3:45PM. The Penguins take on the New York Islanders at 5PM. This season’s Charity Duffel Bag includes a set of four (4) player bobbleheads, Phil Kessel plaque, Back-to-Back Champions book, plus commemorative pieces to celebrate the team’s five Stanley Cup victories. All Charity Duffel Bags also include a Penguins puck signed by a member of the current roster or by #66 Mario Lemieux.

Pens Foundation Raises Over $450,000 at Night of Assists Inaugural Gala

The Penguins Foundation hosted its first ever “Night of Assists” Charity Gala presented by Highmark on February 20 as they treated a sold out crowd to the sights and sounds of a traveling circus under the big top at PPG Paints Arena.

The event raised over $450,000 for the Penguins Foundation to support its vast array of youth initiatives and special needs programs for children throughout the greater Pittsburgh region.

Penguins Foundation to Host “Night of Assists” Charity Gala On Feb. 20

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.

CNX, Penguins Foundation Donating Westmoreland Playground

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