Just Harvest calls on Republican White House and Congressional officials to immediately re-open government so it can fulfill its critical functions.
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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.
Just Harvest and allies are hosting a public event to oppose the Trump administration’s proposed change to the federal “public charge” immigration policy.
Despite an improving economy, 13.3% of Pa. households reported that they struggled to buy enough food during 2016–2017, according to a new report.
Pittsburgh United and One Pennsylvania issued a joint statement in response to the Supreme Court’s Janus vs. AFSCME decision. Just Harvest is a member of Pittsburgh United.
Their new plan and a revised federal grant application will better serve the Mon Valley. This victory comes after hundreds of riders, bus drivers, advocates, and a variety of stakeholders have mobilized for months to raise concerns about the Port Authority’s Bus Rapid Transit plan.
A Just Harvest and Pittsburgh Food Policy Council event about why the most popular solutions to hunger may not be the right ones.
Free tax assistance helps low-income Allegheny County residents to maximize their refunds Pittsburgh, PA — On Saturday, February 10, Just Harvest and Repair the World Pittsburgh are hosting Pittsburgh’s first-ever Taxathon, a day-long event to raise awareness about the availability of free tax services and to celebrate Just Harvest’s 16th year of providing free tax assistance. […]
The anti-hunger organization joins Pittsburghers for Public Transit, Mon Valley riders, stakeholders in speaking out against planned 61ABC bus route cuts, increased fares WHAT: Press conference and rally, then testimony at Port Authority Board public meeting WHEN: Friday, Jan 26 – Rally at 8:45am then testimony at Port Authority board meeting at 9:30am WHY: To […]
This nonpartisan event aims to inform Allegheny County voters about candidates for contested races in the Pa. Primary Election on May 16.