Pittsburgh

My Best Self Hair Care Presentation for CYF Youth

On Saturday, January 16, Delta Phi Sigma Alumnae will conduct a Natural Hair Care presentation by Dee’s Beauty Bar & Spa for the My Best Self Program. The salon is…

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Pittsburgh Native Creates “Adopt-A-Nurse” Campaign

Pittsburgh native Bridget Coleman spent many days in Forbes Hospital as a child. “I was born with a hole in my heart,” Coleman told Pittsburgh’s Action News. She depended on…

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Couple Adopts 5-Year-Old Boy and Has the “Best Christmas Ever”

Exactly one year after Michaela and Dave Robbins began fostering Noah, they tell Pittsburgh’s KDKA that this was the “best Christmas ever.” The Robbins brought 5-year-old Noah into their home…

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JuJu Smith-Schuster Gives 200 Kids Gift Cards for Christmas

JuJu Smith-Schuster and the JuJu Foundation partnered with Walmart to give over 200 kids from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania $20,000 in gift cards for a happier…

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Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Offers Hotspot Lending Program

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) is offering a hotspot lending program for remote learners in Allegheny County! After providing some general information to determine eligibility, adult learners, teachers and the…

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Ed Higinbotham, 94, Makes 300 Wooden Toys for Children

 A 94-year-old Fayette County man has been making Christmas toys for children since the ’80s! State police said they have already picked up 300 wooden toys from Ed Higinbotham this…

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Human Rights Speaks: Call for Youth Creatives!

The City of Pittsburgh Commission on Human Relations is inviting Pittsburgh youth in grades K-12 to participate in the “Human Rights Speaks” arts contest by creating their own original answer to…

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Community Outlets for Black Youth to Channel Frustrations About Racism

Why do we need community outlets for Black youth? Most Black youth in the United States encounter racism in their daily lives, which can lead to continual psychological and emotional…

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Food Distributions in Pittsburgh: Do You Qualify?

The Pittsburgh Food Bank is providing drive-up food distribution. Individuals and families are able to receive at least 50 pounds of food in pre-packed boxes for emergency use only. Make a…

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Join Us for a Virtual Respite Recruitment Event!

ASCI’s respite home recruiters are inviting all families in the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia areas to join our virtual respite recruitment event on November 18 at 6 p.m. EST. Respite caseworker…

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