Grants awarded to help fund health, arts projects in Pittsburgh

$350,000 allocated through gaming grants program

WILKINSBURG, Sept. 14 – State Rep. Ed Gainey, D-Allegheny, today announced that two projects in east Pittsburgh were selected to receive a combined $350,000 in gaming grants.

The projects funded today include:

  • Frick Art and Historical Center, $150,000, for lighting enhancements.
  • East End Community Health Center, $200,000 for relocation and renovation project.

“This funding will help move forward several projects in our community and represents an investment in our neighborhoods,” Gainey said. “I am especially pleased to see the East End Community Health Center receive funding, which I hope can help address some of the health care disparities we see in our communities.”