Roosevelt Elementary School in Pittsburgh was presented with a $10,000 "Hometown Grant" recently from the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Hometown Grant will enable Roosevelt's Food Service Department to purchase Grab N' Go breakfast kiosks for students to pick up meals while learning remotely and once they return to a classroom setting. Roosevelt is a Fuel Up to Play 60 that has been hosting online learning for students since the school year began. With children learning from home during the pandemic, many families struggle to meet their nutrition needs. This equipment will increase student access to healthy food options to fuel their minds for learning.
Heyward is Steelers Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee
Cameron Heyward has made giving back a passion of his
Community Corner: Always helping out
Follow along for all of the latest Steelers in the Community happenings
Standing up for their cause
Steelers players will be taking part in My Cause My Cleats to represent causes close to their hearts
A time to give back
Steelers players are doing their part to make Thanksgiving special for those in the Pittsburgh community
Alualu: 'It was tough'
Tyson Alualu fought through adversity last year and his strength and courage didn't go unnoticed
Alualu is Steelers Ed Block Courage Award recipient
Tyson Alualu was voted the winner for the way he battled back from last year's season-ending injury
Wodarek a nominee for Salute to Service Award
John Wodarek embraces each pillar of the NFL's Salute to Service campaign
Working together to make a difference
The Steelers Social Justice Committee is working to create change in the community
Steelers rock the runway
Players and their families hit the runway for the annual Rock Steelers Style fashion show
Pain too difficult to understand
Diontae Johnson was only five years old when he lost his mother to breast cancer
Rock Steelers Style is celebrating 'A New Era'
The team's annual fashion show will take place on Friday, Oct. 14 at Stage AE and includes an online auction