On February 7, we launched our new monthly action series to use letters to elected officials and newspapers as a way to take action against hunger.
Just Harvest joined Pittsburghers for Public Transit and other allies to highlight how transit equity is a civil rights issue for those who are likely to be in poverty.
After years of advocacy and a PA Supreme Court ruling, General Assistance has been reinstated in PA. But it’s now at risk of being eliminated again.
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) can get you a sizable refund of some of the hard-earned dollars you paid in taxes last year – if you qualify and claim it.
Just Harvest calls on Republican White House and Congressional officials to immediately re-open government so it can fulfill its critical functions.
Today, organizations and community members will join a protest at Senator Toomey’s downtown office to call upon him to end the partigal government shutdown.
Worried about the nation’s critical anti-hunger and anti-poverty programs? Here’s how the shutdown is affecting the people Just Harvest serves.
“The new Trump Administration decision – which strips flexibility from states to provide nutrition assistance to people who are unemployed – is unworkable, hypocritical, cruel, and illegal.”
Obtaining the resources that Michael is eligible for became a saga – a series of confusing barriers that no one in need of assistance should have to face.
Longtime Pittsburghers for Public Transit activist Mel Packer details the transit woes of low-wage Port Authority riders.