The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation will travel back in time to the swing era this Valentine’s Day for the 2nd Annual “Night of Assists” charity gala presented by Highmark at PPG Paints Arena. 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, “The Sweetheart Swing,” guests will enjoy big band tunes amidst dapper décor and a dance floor covering the ice of PPG Paints Arena. Penguins players will challenge guests to casino games including blackjack, roulette and craps. Players also will greet guests as they try their luck at a variety of games themed to Valentine’s Day.
Pre-Sale Orders for ‘Welcome to Our Table’ Available Now Pittsburgh Penguins wives and girlfriends have created a special cookbook for charity – titled “Welcome to Our Table” – with pre-sale orders available now. Proceeds from sales of the cookbook, published in conjunction with the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation, will support an… Read More
Pittsburgh, PA – The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation will recognize National Honor Society Seniors from more than 150 regional high schools by offering two complimentary tickets to select Penguins games during the 2018.19 season. The program, titled “WE ARE THE FUTURE” is designed as a thank-you to students for their commitment… Read More
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation announced today that for the second-consecutive season it is selling co-branded Love Your Melon beanies to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Pittsburgh and Morgantown and the charitable partners of Love Your Melon.
Pre-sale orders will start today at the following link: https://www.wendellaugust.com/pittsburgh-penguins-love-your-melon-beanie/. Beanies are $35 each and available for shipping throughout the U.S. Beanies will not ship until December 3.
The Pittsburgh Penguins today presented a donation of $348,705 to the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh to benefit victims and families of the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill and provide recovery support for the community.
The team, its fans, the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and various corporate partners have conducted ongoing fund-raising efforts, in a campaign called “Stronger Than Hate,” since the tragic shooting at the synagogue took 11 lives on October 27.
The Penguins also will be donating $200,000 to the city’s newly-created Public Safety Support Trust Fund to honor the police, fire, medic and public safety personnel who responded, especially the six officers who were wounded or injured during the shooting.
Pittsburgh Penguins players will wear special “Stronger Than Hate” patches on their jerseys for tonight’s game against the New York Islanders at PPG Paints Arena (7 p.m.).
The patches – and the accompanying jersey auction – are part of the organization’s effort to support victims and families of Saturday’s tragic shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill.
Each player will sign his jersey after the game, and the jerseys will be available for auction at treeoflife.givesmart.com.
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation is making two donations to support victims and families of Saturday’s tragic shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill.
With the help of UPMC, the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation yet again continues to support its mission of “stressing the value of education” by providing the latest, high-tech educational devices to expose students to STEM learning. UPMC and the Penguins Foundation have come together to fund the STEM Lending Center of… Read More
CNX Resources Corporation (NYSE: CNX), the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and the Westmoreland County Board of Commissioners today broke ground on a new, state-of-the-art playground in Northmoreland Park.
Pittsburgh Penguins forward Bryan Rust and Riley Sheahan have teamed up to buy four season tickets to benefit children and families through the Allegheny Family Network (AFN).
Their new “Seats for Strength” program was created in conjunction with AFN, whose mission is to “support and partner with families rearing children who have emotional and mental health needs in order to improve their quality of life.”