The Wilson Group Gives Back

The Wilson Group LLC functions as much more than a vendor of document workflow solutions. With a commitment to Western Pennsylvania as a locally owned and operated company, its Golden Rule to treat customers the way we would want to be treated, and a record of giving back, this fast-growing young firm is truly a partner in the community. Below are just a few of the great organizations that we are proud to support:

The National Aviary

Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is the only independent indoor nonprofit aviary in the United States. It is also the country’s largest aviary and the only accorded honorary “National” status by the United States Congress.
The aviary is home to over 500 birds representing more than 150 species, and is a member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).

Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania

The envisioned future – what we aspire to become. Junior Achievement maintains an active vision, front and center, on how we can have a positive impact on the lives of more students – guided by our core values:

  • Belief in the boundless potential of young people
  • Commitment to the principles of market-based economics and entrepreneurship
  • Passion for what we do and honesty, integrity, and excellence in how we do it
  • Respect for the talents, creativity, perspectives, and backgrounds of all individuals
  • Belief in the power of partnership and collaboration
  • Conviction in the educational and motivational impact of relevant, hands-on learning
Junior Achievement of Western PA

Positive Athlete Pittsburgh

The Wilson Group along with The Kyle B. Wilson Scholarship Fund is very excited about this partnership and especially the message Positive Athlete Pittsburgh represents. When we reminiscence about Kyle, who he was and represented he embodied the definition of a positive athlete; inspiring and persevering against ALL odds. We look forward to acknowledging and rewarding student/athletes for their positive attitudes. It brings great pleasure to our family knowing our efforts to continue Kyle’s legacy is being carried out by partnering with Positive Athlete Pittsburgh, as it is a great tool in promoting positive attitudes of the student/athletes in the Pittsburgh area.

Positive Athlete Pittsburgh

Life’s Work

Life’s Work of Western PA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to increase the quality of life of persons with disabilities and others with barriers to employment through productive employment opportunities.

Life's Work Pittsburgh

St. Edmund’s Academy

St. Edmund’s Academy is an independent nonsectarian coeducational primary and middle day school located in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

St. Edmund's Academy

Providence Connection

Established as a nonprofit organization in 1994 with a portion of the proceeds from the sale of Divine Providence Hospital on Pittsburgh’s North Side, Providence Connections strengthens families and enriches lives through comprehensive education and developmental opportunities for parents and children.

Providence Connection

North Hills Community Outreach

We are an interfaith organization addressing the needs of people living in crisis, hardship and poverty.

North Hills Community Outreach

Crossroads Foundation

Founded in 1988, Crossroads Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Crossroads works to make vulnerable urban adolescents with multiple risk factors in their lives into successful young scholars who are ready for college. Crossroads provides holistic scholarships that consist of tuition assistance and intensive academic and psychosocial support services.

Crossroads Foundation

Kidsvoice

KidsVoice is recognized as a national model for multidisciplinary child advocacy. We are a non-profit agency that advocates in court and in the community to ensure a safe and permanent home for abused, neglected, and at-risk children.

Kidsvoice

Holy Family Foundation

We work in our community to transform the lives of children and families.

Holy Family Foundation

Manchester Youth Development

The Manchester Youth Development Center (MYDC) was established in 1968 amidst an atmosphere of social and racial tensions. MYDC was founded as a recreational facility and alternative to street life for local community youth. MYDC officially incorporated in 1975 with a school-based curriculum in an after-school setting for children 9 to 13 years of age. In 1993, a local preschool known as Training Wheels Childcare Center, moved under the MYDC umbrella in an effort to provide an affordable, educationally-based, pre-school opportunity to Manchester preschoolers ages 2½ to 5 years. In 1997, MYDC played an integral part in the development of the Manchester Academic Charter School (MACS), serving grades K to 8.

Manchester Youth Development

Oakland Planning and Development

We build a better Oakland and help neighbors thrive. See more at: http://www.opdc.org/about/

Oakland Planning and Development

The Pittsburgh Project

Much more than an after-school program, Sarah Heinz House, a Boys & Girls Club, affects each child in a unique and personal way. The club provides children and teens with powerful role models and a safe, fun place to go after school, on weekends and during the summer. It is our honor to help mould these future citizens with educational, artistic, recreational and community service programs. Our goal is to promote healthy lifestyles and offer an environment that is welcoming, nurturing and challenging. We seek to “build good citizens.”

The Pittsburgh Project

Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh

The Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh was founded in 1918 with the shared National Urban League mission of enabling African Americans to secure economic self-reliance, parity and power, and civil rights.

Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh

Power

POWER’s mission is to help women reclaim their lives from the disease of addiction to alcohol and other drugs, and to reduce the incidence of addiction in future generations.

Power

PACE

To strengthen the community-based nonprofit organizations that potentially or demonstrably can assist African American and economically disadvantaged communities to identify their need and take effective action.

PACE

Hearth

To provide a range of supportive services and housing that empowers homeless families, who are survivors of domestic violence, to become independent, self-sufficient, and adequately housed; to foster low income housing opportunities to prevent homelessness and encourage safe, affordable housing.

Hearth

Sarah Heinz House

Much more than an after-school program, Sarah Heinz House, a Boys & Girls Club, affects each child in a unique and personal way. The club provides children and teens with powerful role models and a safe, fun place to go after school, on weekends and during the summer. It is our honor to help mould these future citizens with educational, artistic, recreational and community service programs. Our goal is to promote healthy lifestyles and offer an environment that is welcoming, nurturing and challenging. We seek to “build good citizens.”

Sarah Heinz House

CLASS

CLASS is a nonprofit organization that offers different services to individuals of varying abilities. Originally chartered as UCP of Pittsburgh, CLASS is growing into new regions and expanding its services. – See more at: https://www.classcommunity.org/

CLASS

Family Guidance

Family Guidance wholeheartedly strives to bring hope and a future through Jesus Christ
to vulnerable children and families of all cultures throughout the Pittsburgh region.

Family Guidance

Small Seeds

The mission of Small Seeds Development Inc. is to support, strengthen, and sustain families to build strong and safe communities.

Small Seeds

Every Child

Every Child, Inc. believes that family and community are essential resources for every child’s growth and development and we are dedicated to developing, protecting, and binding those relationships.

Every Child

Living Ministries

God has given us a mission, and that mission is pretty clear. We are to the uncover the hope that is found in Jesus Christ. It is this living hope that redeems, restores, and releases people from the bondage of sin and hopelessness. We believe that hope is best uncovered as relationships are pursued and built. And as these relationships are built, the hope of Christ begins its work of transformation in everyone who is near us, from the homeless themselves, to our volunteers, neighbors, and even those that financially support the ministry. Toward that end, our mission is… to uncover the hope of Jesus Christ as we pursue and build relationships with the homeless.

Living Ministries

Jewish Community Center

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh, a member of the Jewish Community Center Association of North America, is one of the largest social service, recreational and educational organizations in the region. For more than 120 years, the JCC has enriched our community by creating an environment rooted in Jewish values that strengthens the physical, intellectual and spiritual well-being of individuals and families.

Jewish Community Center

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