Penguins Foundation donates more than $786,000 to charity
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation donated more than $786,000 to nearly 60 local charities with the money raised from its 50/50 raffles on game nights this season, the foundation announced Tuesday.
Recipients include the Arthritis Foundation, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater PA, The Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern PA, World Vision, Pittsburgh Kids Foundation and the Children's Dyslexia Center of Western PA.
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