You can be a part of the nation’s most effective anti-poverty program: helping make key tax credits available to low-income people.
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Thirty years after we opened our doors, and in a time of new risk for the people we fight for, it’s time for a new kind of campaign.
After hearing about our work to improve access to healthy foods in neighborhoods across the region, Raynette Griff knew she wanted to make a difference.
One of Just Harvest’s most committed volunteers, Forrest Kesterson credits his local farmers market and our Fresh Access program for keeping him healthy, in body and spirit.
Farmers market season has arrived, and that means it’s time for Fresh Access! Volunteers are needed to help our program facilitating food stamp, credit, and debit purchases at local markets.
Training for new and returning tax client greeters.
To learn more about tax client greeters, visit http://www.justharvest.org/get-involved/volunteer/tax-season-volunteer-opportunities/
To RSVP, email email@example.com
Help us prepare folders for over 2,000 tax clients and mail out over 4,000 postcards to let low-income families know about our free tax sites.
Every year – thanks to many, many dedicated volunteers – we help a few thousand low-income families access several million dollars in tax credits. Those numbers keep going up every year, because every year we have more volunteers!
Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday…. How about a break from all the shopping madness with Giving Tuesday? This year marks the nation’s second annual Giving Tuesday: a day for us all to take stock – not of our gift lists or the store sales, but of ways to give back to our communities.
Tax season 2013 wrapped up April 15 – and what a busy one it was this year! Many thanks to our volunteers who donated over 4,300 hours to make this year such a success! As a lead organization in the United Way of Allegheny County’s Money in Your Pocket Coalition, Just Harvest operated four volunteer […]