HEARTH Grand Opening!
Join us for one of two Grand Openings!
Tuesday, July 23rd at 1:00 p.m. This Grand Opening will include recognition of Capital Campaign Donors ... OR ...
Wednesday, July 24th at 6:00 p.m. This Grand Opening will include recognition of Volunteers.
Take a tour of our new offices and apartments.
Our new home is located at: 3724 Mount Royal Blvd. Glenshaw, PA 15116.
Parking on site is limited. Please park at: St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 1965 Ferguson Road Allison Park, PA 15101.
Please arrive early to allow time to be shuttled to the new property.
RSVP to Darlene Troy at 412-366-9801 x 11 or email: email@example.com
HEARTH Open Houses
Kennywood FunDay Passes Now Available at a Discount
HEARTH is Kennywood FunDay passes for $25. If purchased at the park, they would be $39.99 (we even beat the group rate and junior rate!). They are good any day in May, June, or September and weekdays in July and August. If you use them on a Saturday or Sunday in July or August, you will be charged an additional $10 at the gate. Call HEARTH at (412) 366-9801 ext. 12 to purchase. A limited number of tickets is available, so be sure to get yours early!
Our young speaker at Tees, Tapas & Tastings
Photos of our new property
HEARTH's long journey has come to an end and we are in our new location. Our new address is: 3724 Mount Royal Blvd., Glenshaw, PA 15116. Below are photos of the final phases of construction and moving of the first three families.
Saturday Diary / Evicted with children; it's got to stop
March 9, 2013 12:19 am
By Dan Simpson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
One of my sons and his wife bought a modest starter house. Next door to them was a woman with two of her children, 14 and 8, living in a similar house.
She had a job and, fleeing domestic violence, had bought the house with a subprime mortgage at a price above its market value. My son and his wife knew her and the two children. One child was gifted and in a magnet boarding school. The other had learning problems and a nice personality. Absent a father, he liked it when my son came out to throw a football with him.
A few weeks ago, my son told me that the mother and her family had been evicted...
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Arlene Grubbs has been an advocate for transitional housing for homeless women and children since 1989. Through her service, she became a founding member of HEARTH. For more than 20 years, she has met and overcome many ostacles as the agency has grown into one of the most important transitional housing programs in Allegheny County.
HEARTH is struggling with a 42% increase in operating costs in our temporary housing. Please help us overcome the increase during this transition.We’ve broken ground on our new property in Shaler Township and plan to move into our permanent home in 2013. Help us Give the Gift of Warmth & Light to help our familes.
To date, this campaign has raised more than $6,000 for HEARTH’s families.
Download a copy of our Annual Appeal and read Sophie's Story.
HEARTH Transitional Housing for Women
We are seeking more volunteers!
We are in need of volunteers in the North Hills and South Hills. We are also seeking Board Members and Committee Members. As we venture forth on the journey to our new home(s) our needs are greater than ever. If you would like to become a volunteer, please contact HEARTH by calling 412-366-9801.