The Erie Inclusive Fund
Funding minority entrepreneurs grow businesses, create living-wage jobs, and revitalize Erie's neighborhoodsLearn More
Where We Work
We ignite economic growth across western Pennsylvania.
707 Grant St.,
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
1001 State Street,
Erie, PA 16501
30 E. Main Street,
Uniontown, PA 15401
7800 Susquehanna Street
Transforming an abandoned factory into a beacon of opportunity for Homewood.Watch Video
Peach Street - Erie, PA
Reconnecting businesses and communities left behind to the mainstream economy.Watch Video
Monmade and Community Land Trust Homes
Local products for local real estate development projects.Watch Video
My Three Sons Vending
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As a computer programmer, Mr. Nicol began toying with analog synthesizers more than a decade ago and became part of a Pittsburgh network of people of similar interests. His hobby grew into a basement business in 2011. In recent years, he’s moved operations to a 1,500-square-foot warehouse enterprise zone at 7800 Susquehanna St., Homewood.
"Both of the non-profit organizations in this joint demonstration — Culinary Kitchen and the Trade Institute of Pittsburgh — provide tuition-free, 12- week workforce training to those facing employment challenges such as conviction records, lack of education or training, substance abuse, and/or family financial challenges. Both are funded by federal dollars and revenue generated through sales of goods and services performed by program trainees. And both, in Miller’s view, are “changing lives one person at a time and providing a really valuable service to the Commonwealth by helping the individuals that we serve to gain living wage jobs and, ultimately, transition off of public assistance.”"
"Considering that the Lohr Building on Wood Street in Wilkinsburg is more than 130 years old, it’s hard to think of it as “a work in progress.” But that’s how Tracey Evans, executive director of the Wilkinsburg Community Development Corp., describes the landmark structure as she and the WCDC move their offices into the renovated first floor."
"In December, members of the architectural team designing the new terminal and multi-modal complex set to open in 2023 toured the studios of a local craft business accelerator to meet artists, furniture designers and small-batch manufacturers. They wanted to see, touch and experience these possibilities in real life."
For the past 28 years, Bridgeway Capital has ignited inclusive economic growth across western Pennsylvania. We invite you to celebrate our 28th Anniversary on October 24th at the August Wilson …