Urban Impact and the ECFA
Trust is important for organizations like Urban Impact. Donors must know that their contributions will be spent wisely, and volunteers must expect that their time will be valued. Without the community’s trust, an organization’s efforts are in vain.
Urban Impact is a member of the Evangelical Council on Financial Accountability, an accreditation agency that certifies non-profit and church organizations. Backed by the ECFA, we pledge to hold ourselves to the highest standards of transparency and integrity. We’re doing God’s work, and we will carry it out rightly and fairly.
For more information on the ECFA’s policies, namely its seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship, visit www.ecfa.org. There you’ll find guidelines that cover board governance, financial transparency, integrity in fundraising, and proper use of charity resources.
Urban Impact Singers/Shakes Retreat
May 31 - June 2
Grove City College
Students will perform "Much Ado About Nothing" at 8PM on July 26 & 27 and 2PM on July 28 at the August Wilson Center.
annual football clinic
This special event for North Side kids and families will be held at Pittsburgh Oliver Citywide Academy. Registration begins at 5:30PM.
ManUp Pittsburgh Dads' Conference
June 8 at Orchard Hill Church.
Pastor ed's speaking engagements