10 great places where families can volunteer in Pittsburgh
Where can families volunteer together in Pittsburgh? Check out our guide!
Meet this week’s Kidsburgh Kind Kids: Daisy Girl Scout Troop 28016
These Kidsburgh Kind Kids from Daisy Troop 28016 rescued fresh food to help neighbors in need!
Guest Editor Leah Lizarondo on the ‘super-happy process’ of helping other Pittsburghers
Inspiring thoughts from 412 Food Rescue’s co-founder and CEO Leah Lizarondo, this month’s Kidsburgh Guest Editor!
Kidsburgh Learning Guide: Helping young people use their voices
Is your child is passionate about social issues or looking to have a voice in their community? There are many ways to support that goal right here in Pittsburgh.
Millvale Community Library’s new “free fridge” shares fresh food with the community
This solar-powered free refrigerator is located behind the Millvale Community Library.
Keys to concentration: Why meeting basic needs means everything for kids in school
In addition to healthy food, kids need to feel safe, accepted for who they are and represented in their school communities.
Single Mom Defined grows as a support group of moms helping moms
“Being a single mom during the pandemic has taken stress to a new level.”
Kidsburgh Heroes shine during the pandemic, from a RipStik marathon to art commissions
Some of the best leaders to emerge during the global pandemic have been kids.
Michael Keaton to the rescue with bus-stop meals for Pittsburgh kids
Pittsburgh non-profits wanted to find a solution to help bring food closer to kids.
Youthquake 2030 gathers Pittsburgh’s young movers and shakers to discuss sustainability
With Youthquake 2030, Covestro drew on teen energy for ideas on sustainability.
Living in a Pittsburgh food desert? Lyft’s new Grocery Access Program will help you feed your family
“It can be a big challenge to transport frozen goods or lots of groceries using public transportation.”
My Favorite Pittsburgh Thing To Do With Kids: Gisele Fetterman
“Exploring the Carrie Furnace with the kids is another magical go-to. Their imaginations run wild, and there is so much to see and take in.”