Kidsburgh Heroes: Annie Yonas and Griffin Kerstetter mark 7 years of quilt-making for Pittsburgh homelessPosted on: April 17, 2018
“I’m not sure there’s a way to solve the problem (of homelessness). But there’s a way to improve it and we all have a role to play.”
"Through music, food, language, dance, and tradition, we can feel close to the ones we love now and learn about our families who came before us."
“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.”
Preschool teachers across the region are buying school supplies and resources for their classrooms today. They are doing that because PNC “flash funded” 850 projects across the country yesterday — part of a $5 million grant toward helping kids “grow up great” — part of PNC’s Grow Up Great initiative. The money is going to...
Volunteering is so easy, even kids can do it – and families do it best together, says The United Way of Southwestern PA
Students' 100 Days project at Quaker Valley Middle School helps students to develop skills and dispositions that can influence them to see service as a part of who they are as developing individuals.
In her new role at United Way, one goal for Tanya Baronti is to bring families and communities closer together.
What generation gap? Pittsburgh teens and seniors find connections through podcast interviews.
Having a child with adorable friends means running the gauntlet of birthday parties, play dates, and soccer games, which means forced interactions with other parents.
Teen Kidsburgh Hero Mikayla Davic is halfway to her goal of raising $50,000 for Make-A-Wish through her stage productions.