Welcome to the South Hills Interfaith Movement: Neighbors helping neighbors

Right now in the South Hills, hidden in plain sight among our community’s beauty, are people struggling with poverty, hunger, and building a better life for their families. Which is why the South Hills Interfaith Movement invites you to join us and help our neighbors in need. Currently, we’re serving more than 4,000 of our neighbors. But there’s much more work to do.

Please join us to combat hunger and hopelessness with food, clothing, employment assistance, and a lift up to a better life.

What We Do

Meet Basic Needs

Food, Clothing and Utility Assistance Programs

Achieve Self-Sufficiency

Financial and Support Programs

Build Family & Community

Community Programs

SHIM News & Events

Jim Guffey

Bethel Park-based SHIM now is South Hills Interfaith Movement

THE ALMANAC —Last year, South Hills Interfaith Ministries served more than 4,000 people. “We need to double our impact,” executive director Jim Guffey said, immediately repeating the statement to double its impact. He spoke to an audience filling SHIM’s Bethel Park headquarters Feb. 3 to learn about what the organization has in store, including changing […]

Food for Thought initiative underway at Beth El in South Hills

THE JEWISH CHRONICLE (Pittsburgh) – Two women in the South Hills are fighting hunger and misconceptions. Stacey Reibach and Sheryl Cohen are co-chairing Food For Thought, a social action initiative currently underway at Beth El Congregation of the South Hills. “We were approached right around the high holidays by Steve Hecht, executive director of Beth […]