Greater Pittsburgh Sister Cities
The GPSCA promotes international relationships and the region's
benefits, while bringing business-persons, educators, and government
officials from those cities to Pittsburgh
Three Rivers Rowing
Three Rivers Rowing was founded as a nonprofit organization in
1986. TRRA serves as home to crews from more than 14 area high
schools and four local colleges and other specialized programs.
Pittsburgh Chinese School
Pittsburgh Chinese School was founded in 1977 and has been a non-profit
organization since. Its mission is to educate Chinese children
and local people the Chinese language and culture. Its purpose
is to enhance the social awareness of the Chinese culture and
foster the multi-culture environment to Chinese children ...
Three Rivers Families with Children
Provide an "Information Compass" for current and future
parents of Chinese children in accordance with TRFCC primary objectives
Steel City Dragons
Association of Science and Technology - Pittsburgh Chapter
To promote academic exchanges and professional information and
knowledge among members in order to assist career development,
to provide networking opportunities, and to preserve and promote
Chinese culture through academic, cultural, and charitable events.
Pittsburgh Chinese Restaurant Association
PCRA, established in 1998, is make up of Chinese-Americans in
the restaurant business within the Greater Pittsburgh area. It
has since been serving as a conduit between the restaurants and
law-makers, government agencies, the media and other concerns
that interact with the restaurant industry.
Organization of Chinese Americans -
Founded in 1973, OCA is a national organization dedicated to advancing the social, political, and economic
well-being of Asian Pacific Americans in the United States. OCA aims to embrace the hopes and aspirations of
nearly 12 million Asian Pacific Americans in the United States.
Hubei Association of Pittsburgh
Its mission is to cultivate communication among the members, to
promote cultural and business exchanges between Wuhan and Pittsburgh,
and to enhance friendship between two sister cities.
Tzu Chi Pittsburgh
Since 1992, Pittsburgh office provided food and supplies to the
homeless and those in need, financial aid and counseling for qualified
families with special needs, assistance to the Food Bank, visiting
nursing home, bone marrow donor registrations and fund raising
for international relief.
Authority of Pittsburgh
URA helps generate, stimulate and manage growth and development
in the City of Pittsburgh. Created in 1946 to fight blight through
urban renewal, the Authority now carries out the City's major
development projects, programs and activities.