Bridgeway's new LOC will help the Pittsburgh-based CDFI expand lending programs into eastern Ohio.
Cue ominous music overlaying shots of a Rust Belt community. The camera settles on the Westinghouse Academy Bulldogs, a high school team with a 14-0 record to defend and a state championship to win.
Vice President Kamala Harris will unveil the winners of $125 million in grants aimed at helping small business entrepreneurs in underserved communities access capital, with Bridgeway Capital receiving $2 million of the funds.
‘Grab a Beer with T.J.’ mixer scheduled for August 16 at Erie Ale Works to celebrate King’s return
Insights gained from six-month program helped creative entrepreneurs grow personally and professionally
Bridgeway Capital is stepping up its efforts to help nonprofits convert to solar energy. The Pittsburgh-based Bridgeway said it has launched a program that offers loans of up to $200,000 each that can help nonprofits leverage green power and sustainability....
Artist Andrew Thornton owns Allegory Gallery in the borough of Ligonier, and he paints and makes jewelry at his studio further from town, at a 100-year-old cottage with an outhouse.
More than $3.7 million will be spent on 22 environmental projects in southwestern Pennsylvania through the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) Growing Greener Plus Program, with $1.2 million headed to Allegheny County.
Seven Black-owned construction business owners and contractors are learning how to grow their companies through a program offered by Bridgeway Capital, a community development nonprofit.
Westinghouse football coach Donta Green and his team were featured on "Good Morning America" for receiving a $75,000 grant from Dick’s Sporting Goods as part of the company’s new “75 for 75” program.
Dana Woodson leads a line of little people to the blue carpet in the next room. They plop down, some sitting crisscross applesauce while others extend their legs and point their small shoes toward the ceiling.
Bridgeway Capital’s Building Inclusive Development (BID) real estate-focused programming team today announced the seven Black-owned contractors and construction business owners that were selected for the 2023 Building Growth Cohort. These entrepreneurs will participate in a six-month intensive course to achieve higher levels of profitability and success for their emerging or established businesses.