“Now is the time and the opportunity to shore up those organizations that service those populations and give donors a little bit of incentive to do so.”
Imagine high schools that empower kids, cultivate curiosity, and encourage them to think big.
“The Education Partnership helps to even the playing ground for our students by giving all of our students the tools they need to be successful in and out of school.”
Volunteering as a family is a great way for children to learn the importance of doing good work throughout their community. That’s why United Way of Southwestern PA launched its first-ever #FamiliesForGoodChallenge last month, which seeks to inspire families to volunteer together and challenge their friends and loved ones to do the same on social...
It’s a grimy, sooty world with all sorts of toxic threats that would make any parent anxious. But a number of Pittsburgh organizations can help.
"Kids who wouldn’t touch a salad have such great enthusiasm when they’ve been involved in growing it. If kids grow kale, then kids will eat kale."
Many people want to volunteer but think it’s too hard when they have kids. Now, the United Way is making it easy for families with their “Families for Good Challenge.” They want to get families from around our region to volunteer 5,000 hours altogether by May 20, and everyone can join in. The Tuttle family...
"We all have birthdays, and everyone should know that they are loved, cared for, that they’re noticed and special,” Yunn told People.
Can one person make a difference? Meet school guard Nikkia Ingram, who looks out for students beyond personal safety.
A big event is coming up on June 10 featuring Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle and former Steeler Tunch Ilkin, but it has little to do with sports. It’s called ManUp Pittsburgh — a day to inspire men to be their best, particularly when it comes to fatherhood. It’s part of...
A mother's grief inspires her to found a new non-profit, Oli's Angels, to support moms from pregnancy through post-delivery.