The HQ at CNX provides space for nonprofit organizations and minority and women-owned business enterprises to work collaboratively with similarly minded companies. Through the HQ at CNX, organizations are expanding their reach by offering support to additional counties in southwestern Pennsylvania. In many ways, the HQ at CNX is the physical embodiment of Appalachia First; bringing together groups dedicated to improving lives across the region and building on their natural synergy and drive. Tenants include nonprofits, charities, small educational institutions, or small women—or minority-owned businesses that need space but lack the resources to operate their own facility.

In its third year of operation, the HQ at CNX is over 82% occupied and is home to 26 organizations that align with CNX’s Tangible, Impactful, Local philosophy.

“We are exceptionally grateful for the space we secured with the HQ at CNX. The space is wonderful, and we have access to free Wi-Fi, a substantially increased number of volunteers, and the ability to network with other Southpointe corporate partners and nonprofits. We even obtained enough space to create a main packing station for our LittleMoochi® Food Program, allowing us to increase from 2,000 to 7,500 monthly healthy snack packs for kids to take home which we deliver to elementary schools across Washington County.” George Omiros, President & CEO of Food Helpers/Greater Washington County Food Bank, one of the HQ at CNX anchor tenants.

See more here about Food Helpers/Greater Washington County Food Bank and the HQ at CNX.

“Thanks to the space made available to us with the HQ at CNX, I was able to expand to a second cafe in Southpointe. The space is wonderful and inviting, and it works for those wanting to relax and enjoy lunch with friends as well as for those needing a place to meet with colleagues and business associates. The HQ at CNX has allowed us to increase our reach, revenue, and to become truly immersed in the community. We are proud to be a woman-owned anchor tenant with the HQ at CNX.” Casey Clark, owner, Perked Up Cafe.

See more here about PerkedUp Café.

“We are incredibly excited to join the HQ at CNX. We are going to be able to watch businesses grow and develop, and provide guidance along the way. We are also glad to be so close to CNX, so we can remain engaged with natural gas developments as they happen. With the reduction of our overhead costs by locating to the HQ at CNX, we are able to increase the quality of our programming and the impact of our business growth initiatives.” Jeff Kotula, President of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce, one of the HQ at CNX anchor tenants.

See more here about the Washington County Chamber of Commerce and the HQ at CNX

The HQ at CNX Tenant Roster

Autism Caring Center

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh

Chandler Coaching & Consulting, LLC

Community College of Allegheny County

Compassionate Care Unlimited, Inc.

Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern PA

Down Syndrome Association of Pittsburgh

Dress for Success Pittsburgh

Face2Face Healing

Food Helpers

Jeff Hancher Enterprises 

Joco Holdings, LLC

Leadership Washington

M&A Resources

Maria Allshouse, LLC

Nonprofit SideKick

Oakbridge Advisors Group

Perked Up Café

Technical Analysis & Services International, Inc (TASI)

The Language and Behavior Center

Transitional Paths to Independent Livingz

True Fit Marketing

Washington County Chamber of Commerce

Waynesburg University

Women’s Energy Network, Greater Pittsburgh

412 Thrive

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