EQT provides support to hundreds of worthwhile organizations every year. Here are
a few of the signature initiatives in which EQT plays a leading role:
EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta
The largest inland regatta in the country – the EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta – takes place the first weekend in August – providing three action-packed days of national music acts, great food, boating, and family fun. More than half a million attendees are expected to enjoy the activities located around Point State Park, the North Shore, and the Roberto Clemente Bridge. As the title sponsor of the Regatta, EQT is proud to provide the Pittsburgh region with an event that takes full advantage of everything Pittsburgh and its rivers have to offer. In the last two years, organizers have expanded their vision for the festivities, bringing a new level of energy to this Pittsburgh tradition. Celebrating 39 years, the EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta is where the community comes to celebrate the city they call home and to enjoy the waterfront they love.
EQT REC Center
The Greene County Memorial Hospital Foundation, EQT, and various other sponsors are working together to build a new two-story, 60,000 square-foot recreational complex on a 13.3-acre property at EverGreene Technology Park near Greene County Airport, adjacent to the Pennsylvania Army National Guard Readiness Center. The new EQT REC Center – with REC standing for Recreation, Education and Community – will feature a 24,000-square foot soccer field with artificial turf that also can accommodate other uses, a regulation basketball court, locker rooms, a traverse climbing wall, and several community rooms for events, meetings, exercise classes or educational classes. The second floor will have a suspended walking/jogging track overlooking the soccer field, a supervised child care room where parents can leave their children while using the facilities, conference room, several game rooms, and a fitness center. The EQT REC Center will make a positive difference in Greene County, and in the lives of the people who live there.