The Monroeville Foundation assists the municipality of Monroeville by offering residents and businesses an opportunity to create their own legacy by purchasing naming rights to specific sections of the Monroeville Community park, to make donations to support our ongoing projects and to sponsor one of our fundraising events. No amount is too small. Your community is worth your investment.
In 2014, The Monroeville Foundation teamed up with the Monroeville Animal Shelter and is dedicated to assisting the shelter with its fundraising needs.
One of the initial projects of the Monroeville Foundation was to provide a mechanism for naming rights to accompany the new Monroeville Community Park West. Persons or businesses on a can have a space or facility named after them and have their own historical landmark of in Monroeville.
In 2011, the idea of supporting a food garden behind the public library was born, and the buzz as to how "permaculture" * designed garden and landscape would add to the Monroeville Public Library. The food pantry garden started as an example of serving community in a sustainable way.
Consider the impact you can have in enriching the lives of the people in your Monroeville community! Together we can change lives and move Monroeville forward!
The jazz festival is a tradition in Monroeville!
Help continue this jazz festival tradition. Sponsor the 2019 Monoeville Foundation Jazz Festival.
Monroeville, PA – The Monroeville Foundation is pleased to organizing the 1st Annual Monroeville CommUNITY Day to be held at the Monroeville Community Park West […]Read More
The Monroeville Jazz Festival is looking to get bigger and better under the new leadership of an area nonprofit. “We officially took over on Jan. […]Read More
Thanks to its founder, Chuck Summerville, the annual Monroeville Jazz Festival has become a part of the Monroeville cultural community. Due to Chuck’s retirement, the […]Read More
Anna Bernat Butson of the Monroeville Foundation delivered a check to the Cross Roads Church Food Pantry. Anna met with Pat Sinback, the director, and […]Read More