In one struggling neighborhood, these young people started the process of bringing life back to their community’s shared story.
"Having those special family moments together are memories that we wouldn’t trade for anything."
“We’re more of a do-it-yourself costume stop. We want to focus on the people who really enjoy the whole experience of piecing together their own costumes.”
“Even when something seems out of reach, don’t ever stop reaching for it. Be insistent, consistent, and don’t ever give up.”
"Luckily, I married a guy that holds the world together and magically keeps things from turning into complete and utter chaos.”
“I feel happy that we are helping our community – but I feel sad that so many people need help."
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.”