South Hills Interfaith Movement (SHIM) is a non-profit social service agency, meeting the emergency needs of individuals and families struggling to make ends meet in the South Hills. Through monetary donations, St. Clair is helping to provide food, clothing and assistance with utility bills, all the while providing support for the individuals and families to attain long term self-sufficiency.
The Hospital also partners with SHIM to provide free health education on its food pantry distribution days.
The Carnegie Boys & Girls Club (formerly the Chartiers Valley Boys & Girls Club) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting health, social education, vocational and character development for boys and girls ages 6 through 18. St. Clair is promoting after school programs, such as the Homework Power Hour, NFL Play 60 Challenge, and Dapper Dan Charities, which help to provide every child with the essential tools needed for a successful and bright future. Having taught skills, values and self-esteem to youth since 1931, the Boys & Girls Club is committed to adapting its programs and services to meet the needs of the children and families it serves.
St. Clair is a participant in the club's annual Holiday party. Representatives from the Hospital help host the party and donate refreshments.
The Salvation Army has been supporting those in need, without discrimination, for 130 years in the United States. Services range from providing food for the hungry, relief for disaster victims, assistance for the disabled, outreach to the elderly and ill, clothing and shelter to the homeless and opportunities for underprivileged children.
St. Clair partners with the Salvation Army to provide free health education on its food pantry distribution days.