Pittsburgh, PA − May 3, 2019 − Today, Senate Democratic Leader Jay Costa, Jr. announced grant awards to three senior centers in the 43rd Senatorial District.

“Pennsylvania has an aging population, and it’s important that we invest in our seniors,” said Senator Costa. “These folks have invested in our communities for their entire lives and now it’s our responsibility to make sure that they’re able to grow old in centers that offer top notch care and programming.”

The centers receiving today’s awards are:

  • Homewood Healthy Active Living Center, $38,200
  • Greenfield Healthy Active Living Center, $66,055
  • Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh, $62,788

Grant funding opportunities are intended for enhancements that increase participation and programming, attract a new generation of older adults, and enable senior community centers to provide a safe and healthy environment for participants.

The Pennsylvania Department of Aging announced $2 million in new grant funding opportunities for Pennsylvania’s Senior Community Centers in 2018-2019.