Most of the women who trust their children to Jamie Tabb’s cottage childcare business in Turtle Creek are struggling to get by under circumstances she knows well. She’s a single woman raising children on her own, as they are. She’s been employed and poor at the same time. She’s had to allow limited…

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  • Issue Quarter Spring
  • Issue Year 2017
  • Sub Heading For many single women with children, poverty is just around the corner
It had stormed the night before, hard enough to postpone the Pirates game and scrub the air, leaving it sharp and glittering for the early morning joggers along the North Shore Trail. The bridges overhead buzzed with the aggregate sound of thousands of people going to work. Halfway between PNC Park and Heinz…

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  • Issue Quarter Fall
  • Issue Year 2016
  • Sub Heading The Pittsburgh Foundation Launches “100 Percent Pittsburgh” to build a region that includes everyone
John Kane was the quintessential Pittsburgh working man: tough, hard-​working, unpretentious, and yet extraordinarily creative. He emigrated from Scotland in 1879, worked for Frick’s coke works, Carnegie’s steel mill and the Pennsylvania Railroad where he became a painter of boxcars for the railroad. Later, emerging as a true artist, he created some of…

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  • Issue Quarter Spring
  • Issue Year 2016
  • Sub Heading The Pittsburgh Foundation Seeks to Broaden Regional Prosperity
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