Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank continues to monitor the development of COVID-19 and is taking proactive steps to protect the neighbors we serve, our Food Bank team, and our supporters. As the situation continues to rapidly evolve, our priority remains focused on providing food and resources to those in need — a demand we anticipate will increase significantly over the coming weeks.
You can transform the lives of our neighbors in need. Hardworking people and families who struggle to send their kids to school, feed their families or care for an aging parent. Together with United Way, you can improve the education, financial stability and health of every person in our region. Big community issues aren't easy to tackle, but together we can find a solution. Together we can make a difference.
The Pittsburgh region is facing unprecedented economic, health and human services challenges in the global public health pandemic brought on by the COVID-19 virus. In response, local philanthropies have partnered to create the Emergency Action Fund, which will award operating grants on a rolling basis to emergency service providers and nonprofit organizations serving on the front lines of recovery.
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