Please take action NOW to oppose Pennsylvania House Bills 2138 and 1659, which would add and expand cruel, costly, and unnecessary time limits on Medicaid and SNAP.
Their new plan and a revised federal grant application will better serve the Mon Valley. This victory comes after hundreds of riders, bus drivers, advocates, and a variety of stakeholders have mobilized for months to raise concerns about the Port Authority’s Bus Rapid Transit plan.
Just Harvest is seeking a Fresh Access On-site Coordinator for the upcoming farmers market season. This is a part-time, seasonal position.
The primary program that helps struggling Americans afford food, is at risk of being seriously restricted from helping those in need. Here’s a fast and easy way to help protect SNAP.
Starting immediately, the vast majority of students at Pennsylvania’s 14 community colleges may now be eligible for food stamps, a huge victory for anti-hunger advocates.
A hungry community is not a healthy community. Join the Just Harvest team to raise awareness about – and funds for! – addressing the root causes of hunger to improve health.
A recent bombshell is fueling our campaign to ensure Allegheny County’s plan for Bust Rapid Transit doesn’t hurt Mon Valley bus riders’ food and jobs access.
A wide variety of soups will be offered at the event – from Thai Corn Chowder to Smoked Cream of Cauliflower, and the ever-favorite Chicken Noodle.
Trump’s budget for the coming year really shows his commitment to the idea that government should serve the wealthy, not those in actual need of assistance or protection.
While many people are fortunate to have an income that allows them to have a professional do their taxes, or the understanding of the process to do their own, there are members of our community who might need some assistance.