Help keep neighbors in need warm as the temperatures start to drop! Donations of new or gently used hats, gloves and scarves can be dropped off between now and Wednesday, November 23, in the designated bins located at:
Community members attending the GROW Living Stones’ Sunday Meal the weekend after Thanksgiving will take home delicious leftovers and essential gear to keep them warm throughout the winter season.
For additional information or any questions, please contact the Marketing and Community Outreach office at 412.942.6280 for assistance. Thank you for your support!
GROW Living Stones is a charitable, non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that has been feeding the hungry in the South Hills of Pittsburgh since 2012.
We rescue locally prepared food that would otherwise be thrown out and provide delicious hot meals, without charge or discrimination, to individuals and families who join us for food and fellowship around Living Stones tables.
As relationships with our neighbors develop and deepen, we come alongside them to identify and help find ways to meet common challenges. Lives are being changed through these growing relationships, and it all begins with a meal.
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St. Clair Health is a community-based health system, and has always had the goals of promoting health, improving access to healthcare and providing benefits to the community as a whole. We envision our community as a place where healthful lifestyles are the norm, where residents of any neighborhood have access to health education, disease prevention, screenings and primary care.
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