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.
Articles and notes from Just Harvest staff and partners.
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.
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.
Join allies across Allegheny County in the national drive to submit 100,000 comments before the Dec. 10 deadline to oppose the Trump public charge rule.
Just Harvest and allies are calling on Port Authority of Allegheny County to adopt three fare policies for a more equitable, high-performing transit system.