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Financial Supporters

We couldn't deliver on our mission without the support from our amazing finanical supporters. We are forever grateful for being a part of their ongoing missions.

The Heinz Endowments

The Heinz Endowments is our strongest financial supporter, backing Digital Bridges since 2017. We are forever grateful for the opportunity they have provided us, and look forward to deepening our reach.

The Forbes Funds

Our executive director, Connie Capiotis, currently serves as an Executive-in-Residence Consultant.

One hundred small businesses owned by women and people of color, including Black, Indigenous, Hispanic, and Asian American owners, will each receive $10,000 grants from Comcast Rise as part of a national initiative.

  • John R and Margaret S McCartan Charitable Fund through the Pittsburgh Foundation Center for Philanthropy 
  • PNC Charitable Trusts Grant
  • Pittsburgh Foundation Wish Book

In 2020 Digital Bridges was selected as one of 136 recipients for the Citizens Bank Small Business Recovery Grant Program out of over 14,000 applicants.

Axiom Small Business Grant

In 2020 Digital Bridges was selected to receive a Small Business Grant from Axiom Advancement Corp.

Digital Bridges is Fiscally Sponsored by New Sun Rising. Click Below to make a tax deductible donation.

Our curriculum provides the most value when paired with organizations already doing great work in the community.

Program Partners

Our programs are best delivered in partnership with existing community serving organizations. Below is a partial list of our ongoing partners.

JADA House International

One of our longest running collaborations, we frequently work with JADA House International and the youth they serve.

Urban Impact Foundation

Summer 2022 program with middle school and high school youth.

Minority Exchange Network/Larimer Consensus Group

Currently running entrepreneurship and social media programming for youth residents of Larimer.

Oakland Planning and Development Corporation: School to Career

Recurring partnerships focused on entrepreneurship, technology, and social media education for youth.


Partners in programming for both youth and adults in the areas of Entrepreneurship, Technology, and Leadership.

Robert Morris University Women's Leadership Mentorship Program

Recurring partnership, including presenting at the 2020 Annual Leadership Summit, discussing how to start and grow a thriving career in the digital, work-from-home environment.

SMART Robotics

We are proud to provide the SMART robotics curriculum for youth.

Hazelwood Local

Partnership focused on connecting the community to the Hazelwood Green and Hazelwood Local activities.