Resources

Connecting You to Valuable Tools

It’s our job to connect you with valued resources that will help you do your best work.

As a community partner, we provide expertise, tailored support and long-term commitment through listening and giving neighborhoods resources to understand their current conditions and simplifying the community development process through the distribution of shared standards, tools and metrics that can be used by everyone.

Neighborhood Allies Documents

Q2 2019 Report to Funders

Q1 2019 Report to Funders

Job Opportunities & Request for Proposals

Do you have expertise, knowledge and skills to contribute to our work? Here is a list of current and past opportunities:

Consultants to Be Included in Neighborhood Allies Annual Pool for Potential Partnership

Neighborhood Allies and the City of Pittsburgh are seeking proposals from community organizations to implement the Pittsburgh Financial Empowerment Center (FEC)

Love My Neighbor! Grant Program: RFP for Technical Assistance Providers

RFP|Placemaking+Temporary Public Art Call for Community Based Organizations

External Resources

Here are some websites, reports, articles, and other materials that reflect conversations on the broader issues we aim to address, as well as some resources for needs such as housing, food assistance, and more. 

Websites

Find national best practices and stories about comprehensive community development and neighborhood transformation from cities across the country: LISC

Find training and information about best practices, ideas and news from around the field of comprehensive community development: LISC Institute

Multiple Resource Guides to find providers of Human Services including food assistance, healthcare/insurance, homelessness, mental health concerns, immigrants and refugees and more: Allegheny County

A data resource only for nonprofit, academic and governmental organizations in Pittsburgh: Western PA Regional Data Center

Provides local information on Urban and Regional Analysis, Survey Research and Qualitative Data Analysis: University Center for Social & Urban Research (UCSUR)

Informs and inspires the people who are creating the cities of the future—and those who want to live there through original reporting, sharp analysis, and visual storytelling: CITYLAB

Strengthening the social sector by advancing knowledge about philanthropy: FOUNDATION CENTER

Find food, health, housing, job training programs and more, anywhere, by Zip Code: Aunt Bertha

Neighborhood Allies Audited Financials

We strive to maintain financial transparency and accountability in our work. You can find our most recent financial statements here.

2021 Audited Financials

2020 Audited Financials

2019 Audited Financials

Top Header Image Photo Credit: Prototyping Larimer Stories by artist John Peña, photo by OPA