Supporters of the Hill House are as diverse as our city itself, and each finds his or hers own reason to support our organization. Why did they give? Here, they tell you in their own words.
Pittsburgh jazz musician
Jazz is an integral part of the history of the Hill District. It is an honor to be a part of an effort to continue the jazz tradition in the community.
Steelers Football Legend
I was fortunate enough to be part of a winning tradition on the football field. The Hill House has a tradition of winning in the community. It’s great to be part of a team like the Hill House. They inspire change and help people win in life.
Civic Leader, Hill House Co-founder & Capital Campaign Advisor
The Hill House sits in one of the city’s most storied neighborhoods, its doors always open for anyone in need. It’s an important place to all of us because it’s proof of what’s possible when we come together as a community to share, support, and create.
Richard King Mellon Foundation
The Hill House serves as a focal point for quality services and resources for the community. The effort they make on behalf of children and families is to be commended.
Chairman and CEO, PNC
Thanks to the Hill House, children who might not have a strong start in life are smarter, healthier and better prepared for school. Hill House has a generational impact by helping kids grow up great. Results like this matter—to the children, their families, their communities and to all of us.
CEO, Randall Industries
Each year, the Hill House touches more than 70,000 lives either directly or indirectly with its programs. Its 100 employees dedicate themselves day in and day out to helping others improve their lives. Of all the talk today about the world’s challenges, Hill House is a shining example of people caring, giving, and working for the benefit of each other.
Head Coach, Pittsburgh Steelers
For 45 years, the Hill House has helped strengthen families and renew communities using an approach very familiar to the Steelers—small daily victories that ultimately lead to successful lives.
Chairman, Marathon Oil Corporation and Generations Ahead Capital Campaign
Pittsburgh has once again been named the nation’s most livable city. But it’s important that the city be equally livable for those in all our neighborhoods. That’s what the Hill House does and does so well. By touching individual lives, they heal families. And by healing families they strengthen communities.