After receiving countless last minute entries yesterday, we have decided to extend our online registration deadline until FRIDAY! If you missed yesterday’s deadline you still have a chance to register!
Register online here!
Discounted rates are still available for individuals who work for nonprofit and government organizations, students, and PCRG members. Your registration fee grants you access to two full days of conference activities.
Join us as we examine how people take concepts, build support, and put them into action. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity-register TODAY!
Don't pass up on this exclusive opportunity to get a behind the scenes look at what some of Pittsburgh's community development organizations are excelling at. Check out our three amazing Mobile Workshops this year, offered on Wednesday afternoon, on our Eventbrite page! Only $25 with registration to the conference! Sign up now, spots are limited!
This year's theme, CommUNITY: The Power of People in Action, examines how people take concepts, build support, and put them into action. Community development leaders across the spectrum want to know how to smartly effect change, in every area that impacts our communities and their people. We seek lasting change that pays dividends to residents, entrepreneurs, responsible developers and investors. We want to break the cycle of triage management and create true wealth and opportunity. At the 2017 Community Development Summit, we will lift up models that have successfully achieved these goals.
Don't miss this exciting opportunity to learn from, connect with, and grow alongside other members of the community development industry. Visit our conference website for updates on the schedule, speakers, and more.
Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group (PCRG) is a coalition of leaders working for economic justice and equitable resources to revitalize the Pittsburgh region. PCRG utilizes its strengths of engagement, advocacy and policy formulation to focus its efforts on ensuring equitable access to land, capital, and mobility choices to improve the health and wealth of communities.