• Thousands of residents.

  • Hundreds of organizations.

  • Eighteen neighborhoods.

  • ONE NORTHSIDE.

  • Thousands of residents.

  • Hundreds of organizations.

  • Eighteen neighborhoods.

  • ONE NORTHSIDE.

Working together for a better community.

The One Northside movement is strongest when every person has a voice at the table, and has a chance to offer something.

See what we’re working towards in the pillars below:

We need each other.

In every community, there is a give and take. Sometimes you are the one offering support and other times you need to receive it. It’s all part of our work together.

Working together for a better community.

The One Northside movement is strongest when every person has a voice at the table, and has a chance to offer something.

See what we’re working towards in the pillars below:

We need each other.

In every community, there is a give and take. Sometimes you are the one offering support and other times you need to receive it. It’s all part of our work together.

The numbers tell the story.

Working together, our community is already experiencing change for good. Here are some highlights:

2,462

students at Northside schools have received weekend food through the Backpack Program

94%

of Diversion Program participants have not re-offended

100

families surveyed for critical needs are being connected to a health resource provider network

One Northside is structured so that every voice is heard and every resident has a seat at the table, working to bring change on a large scale.

From Our Kids: The Employment Institute

Northside VlogU students captured the story of the Employment Institute operated by our partner Auberle.  VlogU students traveled to several worksites and held interviews with employees to show what an experience in the Auberle program…
Doug Oster, Everybody Gardens

Somali Group Transforms Vacant City Lot into Garden/Farm with Adopt-A-Lot Program

Abdulkadir Chirambo smiles easily, especially when he’s talking about the vacant city lots the United Somali Bantu of Greater Pittsburgh have converted to a huge farm like garden. As president and spokesman of the organization, he gets serious…
Jesse Descutner, assistant Main Street manager for the Northside Leadership Conference, stops on Foreland Street in Deutschtown near Allegheny City Brewery, on of 14 businesses participating in the We Like Bikes! initiative. (Nate Guidry/Post Gazette)(Nate Guidry/Post Gazette)

North Side initiative marries well-being of bicyclists with businesses

A plan that has been gestating for several years within a bicycle advocacy group on the North Side finally has hatched. The We Like Bikes! campaign is the first grassroots, multi-neighborhood initiative in the city to marry the well-being…

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