Welcome to Kidsburgh! More than a decade ago, a group of community leaders, child advocates and educators in Pittsburgh had a big dream: If they collaborated and innovated together, the Pittsburgh region could become the best place on earth to raise a kid. We envision a world where every child grows up safe and cared for, with opportunities to learn and create.
Kidsburgh serves local families and caregivers with deliberate goals in mind: to help them discover the many resources for children in our region and to offer solid reporting and expert advice about the challenges of raising healthy, thriving children.
Each week, we publish original stories and content designed to inform and inspire parents and caregivers as they navigate our city and their daily lives. We also collaborate with our media partners to deliver a wide range of news about everything from learning and child development to arts, culture, health, wellness and much more.
We also feature a robust calendar that lists kid-friendly events throughout the region, as well as directories of child-serving organizations and school districts.
Kidsburgh is deeply committed to and will continue to purposefully discuss and deepen our knowledge, understanding, and commitment to diversity, equity, accessibility, inclusion, and antiracism. We strive every day to do better and to be better at fostering an authentic sense of belonging for all.
Kidsburgh operates as a project of Grantmakers of Western PA.
How to Get Involved
We’re here to support the parents and caregivers of the Pittsburgh region and to share local innovations with the rest of our country and the world. Let us know what you’d like to learn more about and how we can help you navigate the challenging adventure of raising kids. Sign up to get our free e-newsletter, follow us on social media, and share your thoughts and photos with us through the surveys and questions we post.
On the first Thursday of each month, you can watch an interview with Kidsburgh Ambassador Yu-Ling Cheng on Pittsburgh Today Live with co-hosts Heather Abraham and David Highfield on KDKA-TV. In addition, Kristine Sorensen of KDKA-TV shares a bi-weekly Kidsburgh report during the 4 p.m. news hour on Wednesdays.
You’re also welcome to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us through our social media channels. We’d love to hear from you!