First Commonwealth continues to reach out to local communities in western and central Pennsylvania and in central and northern Ohio.
First Commonwealth provides financial support through contributions and sponsorships to local community programs which enhance the quality of life of its citizens. Our local offices make decisions about events and organizations in their neighborhoods as they understand the unique needs in their areas.
We also encourage our employees to participate in making their communities better places to live and work by volunteering their time and talents to those worthwhile community programs.
We also participate in the Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program which provides support to those organizations dedicated to the education of our youth. For more information regarding the EITC program, please the PA Department of Community & Economic Development's Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program page.
Events in Your Neighborhood
Partners in the Community
We’ve established many strong relationships with non-profit organizations in our communities and are working with them year-round to provide support through funding and financial literacy. Here are just a few of our partner organizations.
- American Cancer Society
- The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
- The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
- The Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium
- The Pittsburgh Community Revitalization Group
- American Diabetes Association
- Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
- Junior Achievement of Western PA
- The American Heart Association
- The Pittsburgh Promise
- The Learning Lamp
- Seton Hill
- The Children’s Home
- The Persad Center
- Pittsburgh Partnership
- Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra
- The Women’s Center and Shelter
Making a Difference
We plan our community giving budgets based on our fiscal calendar year. To request support for your event or organization, please click here.