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Pittsburgh Cultural Trust

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Trust Culture

Culture does more than enhance our lives, it transforms our region in powerful ways.

Today, with Downtown Pittsburgh's Cultural District in the hands of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, we trust culture to help grow our local economy. We trust it to educate us, enlighten us, enrich our businesses, bring new and better jobs to this region, attract capital and people, and spur residential vibrancy in Downtown Pittsburgh and beyond. For more than three decades, we've trusted culture to do all these things and more.

With your support, you continue to trust the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust to drive the momentum.

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Save the Date for the Trust Culture Membership Challenge on October 1! We’re excited to celebrate as we enter the final months of our 10,000 Members Campaign. We could not have done this without the support of arts lovers like you! You can still support the vision of a thriving downtown by becoming a Trust Member! All individuals who make a gift of $25 or more on October 1 will receive a Trust Culture t-shirt and be entered into a special drawing for a Cultural District Night Out package.

Make a Wise Investment

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is proud to once again receive a four-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s premier independent not-for-profit charity rating organization. The four-star rating is the highest that Charity Navigator assigns to the not-for-profit groups they assess, and it illustrates our ability to effectively manage and grow our finances, indicating that we execute our mission in a fiscally responsible way.
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The official registration and financial information of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.