Innovation Center host visit from Urban Impact to continue the Carmeuse Foundation Partnership
Having a long running presence in the Pittsburgh area, founded in 1995 by Pastor Ed and Tammy Glover through a profound calling to reach the youth in the local neighborhood of North Side, Carmeuse proudly continues to support their cause into 2023.
Currently, Urban Impact has grown to a staff of over 35 missionaries, all residing in Pittsburgh’s North Side and running programs in athletics, education, performing arts and options. Throughout 2022, Urban Impact has reached over 1,000 students, with many of them converting to the core faith of Christianity as ministered by Urban Impact.
The Innovation Center hosted a visit from Urban Impact, by which Carmeuse continued its foundation support. With such support, Urban Impact looks forward to many more years of serving the Pittsburgh Community.
Pictured in the photograph from Left-to-right are Amanda Wagner—Urban Impact Senior Director of Education and Options; Peter Ward—Urban Impact Director of Development; Scott Hietsch, Carmeuse Automation Engineer; Kortney McGarvey—Urban Impact, Options Manager of Coaching and School Partnership.