On behalf of The Monroeville Foundation, we are reaching out to all of you to offer you our continuing support during these difficult times.
We stand ready to support our Community in these trying times. Please utilize us as a vehicle to help those in need by sharing our website with those people and community organizations in need.
The Monroeville Foundation has a goal of raising $5000 that will go directly for the support of those people and organizations in our community impacted by the Coronavirus.
The Monroeville Foundation was pleased to partner with various organizations in the community to present a drive-thru Easter egg hunt for residents of the Monroeville community.
Volunteers handed out 200 backpacks filled with food, candy-filled eggs, school supplies, and a card game. Volunteers distributed all the backpacks in just 45 minutes!Read More >
We are all trying to adjust to the dynamics of dealing with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the disruption to business and our personal lives. Please know that while we acknowledge that all public events have been temporarily suspended, we have full confidence that life and business will return to a (new) normal in the foreseeable future.
With this in mind we are continuing to plan for the Monroeville CommUNITY Day on July 25, the Monroeville Jazz Festival on August 15 and our Golf Outing on September 15. With respect to all that our sponsors, supporters, and friends that are currently facing with the Coronavirus epidemic, we are temporarily suspending our fund-raising efforts until further notice.
The (new) normal will require even greater support than ever to ensure we provide a safe and enjoyable environment for the attendees at each of these events. We sincerely hope that we can count on your continued participation and support for each of our events.
Due to the Coronavirus and Pennsylvania’s guidelines of self-quarantining, wearing face masks, social distancing, etc. the Monroeville Foundation has decided to cancel Monroeville CommUNITY Day and 5K Run/Walk.
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Fun day of activities for the entire family. Get Involved! Sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities.
The jazz festival is a tradition in Monroeville!
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.
For years, the Monroeville Foundation granted funding for a master botanical gardener to provide the spectacular arrangement of annuals that is a vibrant section of horticulture at the Community Park West.
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!
Recently, the Monroeville Foundation donated $2,500 to the Forbes Trauma Unit. Forbes Hospital used the donation from the Monroeville Foundation to purchase new clothing for trauma patients. The new clothes purchased with that donation were able to help the victims of the recent devastating turnpike crash earlier this month. In an interview with the Post Gazette, Dr. Rabino of Forbes Hospital shared that about a month ago, the hospital received financial donations from the Monroeville Foundation, which […]Read More
Forbes Hospital’s trauma unit received a $2,500 donation from the Monroeville Foundation on Friday that helped the hospital stock up on new clothes and activities for trauma patients. Jesse Miller, a hospital spokesman, said patients often need new clothes after a visit to the trauma unit. When the Monroeville Foundation learned about the need, they donated $2,000 so the hospital could buy clothes to be handed out to patients. Read the full article in the TribRead More