Building family and community

The South Hills community is the beating heart of SHIM’s work. Join the movement through interfaith programs, community-focused projects and more.

Holocaust Observance

Since 1979, members of the South Hills faith community have united each spring to remember the victims of the Holocaust. Led by a team of interfaith leaders, the Holocaust Observance offers community members an opportunity to pray, reflect, discuss and remember. SHIM coordinates this program to educate and unite our South Hills faith community.

Interfaith Thanksgiving Service

Held each November, our Interfaith Thanksgiving Service is a unique event that brings our faith communities together to celebrate in gratitude and unity. SHIM’s 54th Annual (and 1st virtual) Interfaith Thanksgiving Service will be hosted on Tuesday, November 24 at 7pm. Learn more here.

For more information, please contact:

Seth Dubin

(412) 854-9120 ext. 109

Rooted in our desire to provide the families who use SHIM’s food pantries with fresh fruits and vegetables, SHIM’s 15 gardens grow produce for distribution through our pantries. Last year, our gardens provided more than 15,000 pounds of fresh produce thanks to our volunteers and partners.

For more information, please contact:

Becky Henninger

(412) 854-9120 ext. 111

South Hills neighbors make the best volunteers. Join hundreds of volunteers who have dedicated more than 28,181 hours to SHIM last year. We invite you to explore the many ways you can volunteer.

For group, sports team, school, club or family volunteer opportunities, please contact:

Debi Dempsey

(412) 854-9120 ext. 106