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Our Partners

Our strong partnerships help ensure a coordinated and unified approach to enhancing the business district’s sense of place.

Sewickey Borough Council

The members of Sewickley Borough Council realize that the vibrancy of the business district is crucial to the health of the overall area, and we are honored to help strengthen their vision of making the Village prosperous and sustainable. To date, the Borough has been the biggest single financial supporter of the efforts of Explore Sewickley and the Explore Sewickley marketing campaign. Going forward our strategy will be a bit different – we are focusing on increasing diversification of our funding. If you are interested in learning more about the Sewickley Borough’s contract with Explore Sewickley, please call the Municipal Building at 412.741.4015.

 Local Businesses

Sewickley is a pretty charming community (subjectively, of course!). The dynamic, walkable business district is filled with locally owned retail shops, restaurants, and services. It's one of the main reasons that cause people to fall in love with the area. Sewickley is home to innovative business owners whose dedication to the town is evident in all they do. Their ideas, time, and energy are put into creating a fantastic community experience for residents and visitors alike. 

SNPC

Sewickley is unique in many ways, but maybe one of the most evident is the way that community non-profit organizations have effectively banded together to share resources. The collaborative effort with over 20 organizations is truly one of a kind. The Sewickley Non-Profit Consortium, or SNPC (pronounced Snap-C), was formed in 2011 to give the many Sewickley non-profit organizations a forum to discuss relevant and challenging topics such as fundraising, marketing, and resource pooling. SNPC members collaborate to use community resources effectively, while also identifying and closing gaps in services for those in need in our community. To see a list of SNPC members please visit the Non-Profit section of the Directory on this website.

 Event Sponsors

We couldn't do all that we do without the sponsorship of local businesses in Sewickley.  Their sponsorship dollars help us do many of the great events in Sewickley. Sponsorship is one of the best ways to get involved with the community because it allows us to do so many things. Whether corporate or personal, your donation toward an event helps to make a difference.

Thank you to the businesses who have sponsored an event in 2016:  

Adesso Cafe, Alderman & Associates, Antiquarian Shop, Balloonatics, Barberry Handmade, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, Borough of Sewickley, Cafe des Amis, Clay Cafe, Clearview Federal Credit Union, Jeanne DeFazio, Diana Kauffman Designs, John Dunn, Dollar Bank, Embody Physiotherapy, Esmark, Everyone Needs a Fred, Eyetique, Fern Hollow Nature Center, First National Bank, Kevin Flannery, Forrest Orthodontics, Gather Sewickley, Gypsy Souls Photography, Tom & Nell Hartley, Health South, Hyde Travel, IDEAS Vintage Market, Invisible Fence, Laughlin Children's Center, Mario & Nathalie Lemieux, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, Michael Brocks CPA, Mt. Nebo Agway, Orr's Jewelers, PNC, PVSEC, Rachel Ray Nutrish, Rak Medical, Remington Orthodontics, Rozo's Boutique, Salud Juicery, Sewickley Chiropractic, Sewickley Civic Garden Council, Sewickley Confectionery, Sewickley Eye Group, Sewickley Gallery & Frame Shop, Sewickley Heights History Center, Sewickley Public Library, Sewickley Sporting Goods, Sharp Edge Bistro, Sherwin Williams, Sincerely Yogurt, Soho of Sewickley, Spoiled Chics, SRS Capital Advisors, StanCo Property Management, Star 100.7fm, Starbucks, Sweetwater Center for the Arts, Thomas Jewelers, Three Dog Bakery, Toni Sacco, TQL Foundation, Two Rivers Olive Oil Company, Urban Villages, Vecenie, Village Theater Company, Vivo Kitchen.