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 >
Virtual Family Walk | Virtual Walk | Virtual 3K Run | Virtual Bike Ride
Awards, Medals & Prizes!
This year’s proceeds from this event will be dedicated to the Foundation’s Monroeville Emergency COVID Relief Fund.
Due to the Coronavirus and Pennsylvania’s guidelines of wearing face masks, social distancing, etc. the Monroeville Foundation has decided to cancel Monroeville CommUNITY Day.
Due to the Coronavirus and Pennsylvania’s guidelines of wearing face masks, social distancing, etc. the Monroeville Foundation has decided to cancel Monroeville Jazz Festival.
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!
Monroeville, PA – The Monroeville Foundation is pleased to organizing the 1st Annual Monroeville CommUNITY Day to be held at the Monroeville Community Park West on Tilbrook Rd. Saturday July 28, 2018. The event will kick-off with an early morning 5K Run/Walk “Run for Your Life and Walk with the Doc” along with a health fair and screenings from Forbes Hospital celebrating its’ 40th Anniversary in Monroeville. The day-long celebration will continue and provide opportunities for local […]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. 2. We’ve only engaged in this for about a week now,” said Monroeville Foundation President Ernie Groover. Read the entire article on TribLIVE >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 Monroeville Foundation will assume the role that Mr. Summerville performed so well for so many years, that of producing and facilitating this wonderful event. Chuck has made the Jazz Festival a part of Monroeville’s heritage and the Monroeville Foundation would like to maintain and expand on that heritage. The Monroeville Foundation is […]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 her husband, Tim, who work hard to keep the food pantry running and supporting the Monroeville Community and residents. With the help of a number of volunteers and local businesses, the food pantry served 223 families in Monroeville, regardless of faith, in 2017.Read More