The Urban League of Pittsburgh is the designated charity to
benefit from the sale of this charming dinosaur. An Afro-centric
theme featuring animals, flowers and plants highlights the
design by Meredith Watson Young. Bright reds and greens dominate
on a yellow background. Words and images found throughout
directly relate to the Urban League’s mission of service.
Torosaurus greeted visitors to the National Urban League’s
convention held in Pittsburgh this year.
Founded in 1918, the Urban League of Pittsburgh is the largest
comprehensive social service/civil rights organization within
Allegheny County. For 85 years, the Urban League of Pittsburgh
has provided valuable services while improving the quality
of life of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County residents. The
mission of the Urban League of Pittsburgh is to enable African
Americans to secure economic self-reliance, parity, power,
and civil rights.
Bank takes a comprehensive approach to helping enrich the
lives of its neighbors and drive economic development in the
regions it serves. Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s
DinoMite Days was a great fit for this strategy—it highlighted
the museum’s outstanding displays, showcased the work
of area artists, and attracted visitors to the core of our
region. PNC Bank was proud to play a role.