Consider a donation of $25, one dollar for every year we have had the honor of serving our Upper St. Clair community. We have big plans and look forward to serving for another twenty five years!

Donations can also be mailed to: Community Foundation of Upper St. Clair, 2585 Washington Road, Suite 131A, Pittsburgh, PA 15241.

Or you can use the insert located inside your winter Upper St. Clair TODAY Magazine.

Thank you for your support!


Mini Grant Applications Accepted Now

Visit our Mini Grants page for more information.

Visit our Mini Grants page for more information.


Trustees Needed

The Community Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors, in accordance with the Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws, and operates independently of the Upper St. Clair School District and Township for the sole benefit of students and residents of the community. Any resident of Upper St. Clair is eligible to become a trustee of the Foundation.

We are always looking for new faces to join our board and help us reach more of our community through our five focus areas:

  1. Education and Lifelong Learning
  2. Fine and Performing Arts
  3. Recreation and Leisure
  4. Science
  5. Technology

Meetings are held the second Tuesday of February, March, May, September, October, and November at 7:00 p.m.

If you are interested in joining our Foundation, please submit the application. Thank you!


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A society grows great when old men plant trees under whose shade they know they shall never sit.
— Greek proverb
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We Are YOUR Community Foundation.

But what does that mean?

Organized by residents concerned about the future of our community, the Community Foundation of Upper St. Clair is one of a growing number of municipality foundations across the United States.

Our goal is to augment the many advantages to living in Upper St. Clair by providing financial support for special programs and projects that are not funded by tax dollars.

These projects fall into five focus areas:

  1. Education and Lifelong Learning
  2. Fine and Performing Arts
  3. Recreation and Leisure
  4. Science
  5. Technology