Something is always happening at SHIM

How to Support the Pittsburgh Community While Social Distancing

Made in PGH – We asked you on our Instagram account what content you’re looking for right now. So many of you asked how you can help the local community during this…

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South Hills Interfaith Movement adjusts March to Sack Hunger campaign

The Almanac – The table was set, so to speak, for South Hills Interfaith Movement’s pantry-replenishing “March to Sack Hunger, Pack Hope” efforts to take place throughout the appropriately named…

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South Hills Interfaith Movement continues March to Sack Hunger

The Almanac – Even with the recent volatility of the stock market, the general perception is the U.S. economy is doing quite well these days. For many Americans, though, perception…

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Help SHIM Sack Hunger, Pack Hope

Made in PGH – You think you have a busy March? Check out what South Hills Interfaith Movement (SHIM) is up to! SHIM has a month-long endeavour “March to Sack Hunger, Pack…

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Every person counts: How participating in the 2020 census helps our community

Friends and neighbors, it’s that time again. A new census is upon us, and soon we’ll all get an invitation to participate. Here at SHIM, we understand how important the…

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South Hills Interfaith Movement launches March to Sack Hunger, Pack Hope

The Almanac – For many people, Saturday mornings represent a time for relaxing after a busy week. Then there are the folks who spent a couple of hours Feb. 22…

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From Mongolia to Pittsburgh: Bringing English language skills to children in need

With a wealth of worldwide experience teaching children, SHIM is proud to introduce Diana Hunsberger, the lead teacher in our Early Childhood Program (ECP), which prepares local three- and four-year-olds…

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A “Taste of Home” Grows in SHIM’s Gardens

Here at SHIM’s community gardens, we don’t just grow produce for families in need, we grow the exotic ingredients that enable refugee families to make their favorite meals. Check out…

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Lights On Afterschool: Kids can choose from 65 free quality events in Pittsburgh

Kidsburgh – When the final school bell rings on Thursday, Oct. 24, the fun will just be getting started. Around the country, schools, libraries, community centers and other organizations will…

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‘United for Women’ helps local women emerge from crisis

Tribune-Review – Andreá Long never expected to be a fulltime caregiver to her teenage son. But, after an injury in a pickup football game left the 14-year-old unable to walk,…

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