Want to do good just by filling your pantry? Here’s a quick and easy way to help raise money for Just Harvest and have your dollars also support our local economy and other nonprofits.
How can a tree fight hunger? When it’s been decorated by area students in an effort to promote awareness for the cause. You can help their efforts with a simple click.
Last week, more than 400 guests helped Just Harvest raise over $33,000 for our efforts to end hunger and poverty in Allegheny County, making this our most successful annual fundraiser ever! Here are the highlights from the evening.
You’re invited to join us at our most important fundraiser of the year on Wednesday, October 22. The spotlight will be on keynote speaker author Sasha Abramsky and local legend Grow Pittsburgh, plus a treasure trove of silent auction goods!
Starting today until the end of 2014, the local health and wellness network Organically Social will be donating a portion of its proceeds to Just Harvest! That means if you become an Organically Social member before January, your work-out and wellness efforts will also benefit the fight against hunger and poverty.
The restaurant chain Chili’s is proud to support Just Harvest for one of it’s Give Back events on August 19. A portion of your meal – the cost, not the food itself 🙂 – will support our work.
It’s an evening of summer jazz in one of Pittsburgh’s most beautiful churches. Definitely the one with the best view. All proceeds will benefit Just Harvest.
What if we told you that you could have one of the best meals in town and support Just Harvest’s anti-hunger and anti-poverty work at the same time? Too good to be true? Read on.
Hundreds of people braved the snowstorm and made it out to the 19th Annual Empty Bowls at Rodef Shalom this past Sunday, March 2. Since its beginning, this yearly family-friendly benefit has helped Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and Just Harvest raise over half a million dollars to fight hunger in our region.
Despite the seriousness of the cause, the Empty Bowls fundraiser to fight hunger has always been a family-friendly event. This year will be more fun than ever with opportunities for kids – and adults! – to explore their creative side with clay.