Did you miss us in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette?

HEARTH’s the Art of Wine & Food was featured in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette by Natalie Bencivenga.

Take a look at their coverage by clicking here.

 

Facility Tour Dates added

Interested in learning more about HEARTH and our facility?
Schedule a tour on one of the following dates!

Thursday, December 14, 2017 @ noon – updated from Tuesday 12/12/17

Monday, December 18, 2017 @ 6pm

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 @ noon

Monday, January 22, 2018 @ 6pm

Tuesday, February 6, 2018 @ 6pm

Monday, February 19, 2018 @ noon

Contact Tara Maziarz at least 4 days prior to the selected date to schedule a tour

412-366-9801 ext 13 or trmaziarz@hearth-bp.org 

Only One Week until #SafetyNetPGH

Only one week left until #SafetyNetPGH. On Tuesday, May 23rd, starting at 8am, your donation to HEARTH will receive a prorated matched from a $600,000 pool created by The Pittsburgh Foundation and its donors. 8am – 11:59pm. One day only.

It’s easy to donate:
1. Visit www.pittsburghgives.org on Tuesday, May 23rd, between 8am – 11:59pm
2. Search for HEARTH
3. Enter a donation between $25 – $1,000

Join East End Brew Pub as they Support HEARTH

Arlene Grubbs’ story is providing safe, affordable housing in Allegheny County

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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.

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HEARTH’s executive director, Judy Eakin is a newsmaker you should know

It’s an exciting time for Judy Eakin and HEARTH – Homelessness Ends with Advocacy, Resources, Training and Housing…

Read the article at post-pazette.com >>

Odds–N–Ends” Shower

HEARTH held an “Odds–N–Ends” Shower for the families of our transitional housing program at our offices on Thursday May 3, 2012, from 6 – 8 p.m.

Guests were asked to provide various household supplies needed to restock one apartment and to come and learn more about HEARTH while relaxing with both new and old friends.

Items on the registry included: saucepans, skillets, cookie sheets, cake pans, casserole dishes, colanders, mixing bowls, pitchers, measuring cups, measuring spoons, turners, pizza cutters, potato peelers and tongs. Also included were: full – size cotton mattress pads, plungers, bathroom rugs, shower curtain liners and hooks and flashlights.

Approximately 10 community groups participated in the shower and 20 guests attended. HEARTH would like to thank everyone who participated for their continued support.

20 guests were in attendance

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