Interested in joining HEARTH’s ‘Art of Wine & Food’ committee? E-mail Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org
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HEARTH is pleased to introduce a new column called Eavesdropping. We hope this will address any questions that people may have about our program and issues that our clients face. T We hope you will join in by sending us your questions, comments, critiques, new resources, and ideas. Send your input to Trmaziarz@hearth-bp.org
As we prepared for our 25th anniversary, we started to re-think how to describe our program. HEARTH is very unique with many moving pieces. This means we needed to develop a clear way to explain what exactly our program does for homeless women with children. This led us to the four Pillars of HEARTH.
Meghan McLachlan is a familiar face at HEARTH. She has volunteered in a variety of ways, from helping out at our special events to being a mainstay during Monday night child care, she is always willing to lend a helping hand. Our kids think she’s the best and so does the HEARTH staff! We caught up with Meghan to find out why she continues volunteering at HEARTH!
This week HEARTH unveiled a new logo which kicked off of 25 years serving the community. Throughout 2020 HEARTH will be sharing important information about our history and our future.
BNY Mellon has been volunteering at HEARTH for many years! Today we have a Q&A feature with several volunteers from their team. Special event volunteers are crucial to HEARTH’s success! If you are interested in getting involved in the new year, please contact Morgan Ceschini at email@example.com.
Join us for our 10th annual ‘Hops for HEARTH’ a beer tasting! The event will once again be held at Nova Place in Pittsburgh’s historic North Side neighborhood. Check out our ‘Hops for HEARTH’ page for more information on vendors and sponsors!
Do you love golf or trap shooting? How about helping your local community? The Tees & Traps committee is looking for you!
Employees from BNY Mellon’s Legal team helped refresh an apartment and helped us prep for the Art of Wine and food. Stacy Grana “It’s great to be able to use our volunteer time with real purpose and to know we are making a real difference in creating a home for someone else”
HEARTH was featured in this week’s Post-Gazette issue in response to their series on homelessness. HEARTH board member and volunteer Barb Smith submitted a powerful letter to the editor. In it she highlights the importance of transitional housing.