9 groups helping Pittsburgh kids celebrate Earth Day throughout April
Photo courtesy of Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy. Since Earth Day’s birth on April 22, 1970, the environmental movement has grown to include weeklong and monthlong events. Kids can learn about their […]
‘Audacious’ Pittsburgh Study works to ensure all children thrive
Hope is among the myriad questions the Pittsburgh Study asks.
‘All we are asking for is change!’ How schools are taking steps toward justice-centered learning
When students believe they will be heard, they can offer up wisdom that points to the next steps.
#RemakeTomorrow: What comes next for our kids is up to us
Remake Tomorrow campaign relaunches with a focus on uplifting and supporting educators, parents and caregivers.
This Kidsburgh Hero found his voice as a youth activist working for social justice
“His passion is there. He lives it, he feels it, he’s been through it. And he can verbalize it so well.”
Parents as Allies project working to build connections between schools and families
A new global collaboration will find and share strategies for solid parent-school engagement.
Pregnant moms are the focus of nearly $1 million in grants from the Richard King Mellon Foundation
We can always be better at bringing the right care to the right women at the right time.
‘Raise Your Voice: The Stories of SHOUT’ promotes diversity and inclusion among Pittsburgh kids
“We all realized how big SHOUT can be, especially with the wild times that are going on right now.”
Inauguration of Vice President Kamala Harris holds significant meaning for Pittsburgh girls
“It’s not just about feeling represented. It’s about being represented.”
Grieving families find support and comfort through Angels By Your Side
Human connection is important, especially when going through a tragedy.
Common Sense Media: How to talk to teens about dealing with online predators
Use this script to kick off a conversation with your kid.
Despite the pandemic, these Pittsburgh kids have high hopes for 2021
“2020 has taught me that I don’t have to have all of these big achievements every year. I’m looking forward to the little things that make me happy.”
‘I Look Like a Cardiologist’ aims to close gender and racial gaps in medicine
“We want to inspire this next generation of the workforce. We need to make sure the right people go into this field.”
9 things to do with kids this week in Pittsburgh, from ‘Sleep Squad’ rockets to MLK celebrations
Looking for creative, educational and cultural events? We’ve got you covered with activities for kids from early learners to tweens and teens.
Cookie activist Jasmine Cho shares her Project FUEL life lesson on baking sweet, significant changes
You can achieve almost anything with a little bit of sugar and imagination.
9 things to do with kids this week in Pittsburgh, from Penguins fan fun to a puppet circus
Up the fun quotient with a strong injection of anti-boredom pursuits.
Single Mom Defined grows as a support group of moms helping moms
“Being a single mom during the pandemic has taken stress to a new level.”
Project FUEL teams with Kidsburgh to present 10 life lessons to a global community
“When you learn, you become a star. But when you teach, you become a constellation.”
A father of 5 shares his Project FUEL life lesson on shaping an anti-racist perspective
Ignorance breeds ignorance. The enlightened breeds enlightenment.
5-year-old Noah Robbins found his forever home after 3 years in foster care
“People are constantly telling us that we’re good people for adopting Noah, but we’re the lucky ones.”