As families in the Mon Valley struggle with food insecurity, H.E.P.'s programs send kids home from school with fresh fruit and basic staples.
This newly formed group of citizens and organizations is looking to use a small tax increase for major gains in childhood development and support.
What conversations should Pittsburgh be having? In the first installment of our new series, Samantha Black gets honest about the arts in Pittsburgh.
Our city's commitment to collaboration and innovation in teaching our kids is garnering a growing chorus of national attention in books and news stories.
Realizing that too many kids aging out of the foster care system lack basic life skills, the Moorefields created Serenity Living Transitional Home.
As a new report reveals a stark contrast between funding for white-majority organizations and ALAANA organizations, GPAC addresses the need for progress.
This newly created platform combining technology, health care, financial services, job creation and urban development, launches in Pittsburgh.
Build-a-Bike volunteers will practice their teamwork skills, join children in STEM activities and help them pick out helmets and safety gear.
“We want to empower groups to do more and provide resources to them to do it," Peduto said as he unveiled plans for Pittsburgh's social investment fund.
For many struggling residents in our region, "food programs have been the difference between heating and eating, or obtaining their medicine and eating."