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.
A conversation with two Fresh Access fans about their love of farmers markets and their passion for fresh food as key to good health.
In part two of Sara’s story she shares what she went through as a drug addict, why it’s harder for women, and what has helped changed her life.
Sara has been nearly everything many people fear to be the worst about those who receive government assistance. She is also so much more. Here is part one of her story.
Susan came to file her taxes at Just Harvest’s South Side office with her son and a large box of homemade cupcakes for the volunteers.
For Bonnie, who works at a public library, buying fresh food for herself and her son hasn’t always been easy. But then she heard about Fresh Access, and her life changed.
For James, Thursday means Fresh Access, which means shopping for the freshest local produce at one of Pittsburgh’s two downtown farmers markets.
Janet Baker is a mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. But her other role, which has just as much of a place in her heart, is as someone who always helps those in need.
For people who are trying hard to make ends meet every month, every dollar counts, particularly when it comes to tax time. But getting help to maximize your tax refund can be costly in itself.
Friday is the opening of a Just Harvest exhibit of photographs taken by five of our clients. The photos are glimpses into the lives of an increasing number of our neighbors, capturing hardships that too often remain hidden.