Recapping 2016’s The Art of Wine & Food

Oh what a “wine-o-licious” night it was! This year’s event grossed more then $60,000 for the families at HEARTH fleeing domestic violence and experiencing homelessness. Please visit our Facebook page to view photos from the event taken by Gary Zak. Thank you to everyone who came out to support HEARTH. We can’t wait until next […]

FAQs About Recent Funding – Get the Full Story

As Allegheny County’s Homeless Advisory Board votes to eliminate funding, you may have a lot of questions about how this all relates to HEARTH. We can assure you we are doing everything in our power to continue advocating for the families in our program, to provide safe transitional housing and to continue to open door for families […]

Allegheny Co. Transitional Housing Agencies Could Lose Federal Funding

Members of an advisory board voted unanimously Tuesday to recommend that Allegheny County stop seeking federal funding for transitional housing programs in order to make its grant bids more competitive, and instead focus on permanent housing and “rapid re-housing” services. But if it’s adopted by the county Department of Human Services, the policy change would […]

Local nonprofits say they will lose out with changes in HUD funding

A change in how federal funds are allocated to local housing programs has upset some nonprofits that stand to lose out. The county’s Homeless Advisory Board voted earlier this week to not ask for federal funding for transitional housing, in favor of other types of programs, including “rapid rehousing.” Marc Cherna, director of the Allegheny […]

2016 HEARTH Dreammakers

HEARTH is pleased to announce the “Dreammakers” for 2016. A “Dreammaker” has culmulatively donated $10,000 or more to HEARTH Genie and Michael DiChiazza Jim and Jackie Eakin Leslie and Doug Kittenbrink Glenn and Erika Kolod Paul and Camille Kurtanich North Boroughs Rotary Club Reed Smith LLP Thank you for your continued support, providing the families […]

2016 Volunteers of the Year for HEARTH

“Volunteers don’t necessarily have the time, they have the heart” HEARTH is pleased to announce our 2016 Volunteers of the Year: Girl Scout Troop 51227 The Mlecko Sister ~ Alexis, Jenna & Maura Judy Robertson We applaud you for your continued support for families, fleeing domestic violence experiencing homelessness.

Hot off the Press!

Our very own Judy Eakin was selected as one of the featured leaders in Pittsburgh Magazine’s Women & Business in the April issue. We are so excited to share her story from the magazine.

HOPS for Hearth is April 16th

Join HEARTH for a fantastic sampling of beer, appetizers, and a silent auction, while helping to support homeless families who are survivors of domestic violence. Sample more than 50 different types of microbrew and craft beers and taste delicious food from around Pittsburgh. Purchase admission online. Buy admission – More Details >

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EXCEPT… 0.5% is donated to a charity of your choice. Why not choose HEARTH? There’s no cost to you the customer and there’s no charge to HEARTH. The products are the same, everything is the same, except for the difference you can make by going through AmazonSmile. How it works: Visit smile.amazon.com, search and select HEARTH as your […]

Lawsuit Dropped

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