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.
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.
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.”
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.
This state bill would reduce assistance for the most vulnerable members of our community while punishing them for past mistakes, simple errors, or even a stroke of good luck.
Just Harvest is joining Pittsburghers for Public Transit and Mon Valley Initiative to advance the Riders’ Vision for Public Transit in Allegheny County.
Expanding SNAP’s ‘work requirements’ will make it harder for millions of workers to consistently put food on the table. Call your House Rep. to say “Hands off SNAP!”
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.