This coming Saturday, June 24th, the focus of our meeting will be efforts underway in the state and federal government to pass grossly irresponsible and unfair budgets.
Here are three ways you can take action this week to help folks who are at increasing risk of food insecurity.
A partnership between the Pittsburgh Food Policy Council, Harvard University, and Pittsburgh Public Schools has yielded a set of recommendations to further improve school meals and student wellness.
Trump campaigned on a promise to help the people who need it most. But now he is threatening one of our most basic rights: to food.
Today we’re launching Thirty Weeks of Action to celebrate our thirty years of service, policy advocacy, community education, and amplifying the voices of people in poverty.
The Citiparks East Liberty Farmers Market runs Mondays 3pm-7pm, May through November. Here are a few of the faces you might see there enjoying Fresh Access.
You can help boost fresh food access for families in need. Every gift to Just Harvest through the Pittsburgh Foundation on May 23 unlocks matching funds!
Thirty years after we opened our doors, and in a time of new risk for the people we fight for, it’s time for a new kind of campaign.
Just Harvest and Pittsburgh Food Policy Council held a debate among Pittsburgh’s three candidates for mayor: Bill Peduto, Darlene Harris, and John Welch.
Anthony Coghill and Ashleigh Deemer fielded three questions about hunger and poverty at our May 2 Candidates Forum.