Something is always happening at SHIM

Young philanthropists step up to sack hunger

Still new to Upper St. Clair after their recent move from Michigan, Jackson and Alex VanHoorelbeke, 15-year-old twins, admit they don’t know much about the South Hills. But after learning…

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SHIM kicks off Sack Hunger campaign in South Hills

The Almanac – Your spare change can be someone else’s sustenance. Spreading a message along those lines, three young men from Mt. Lebanon asked folks for their unused coins with…

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Good People: Times change, but some things in the South Hills don’t.

In my 50 years of living in the South Hills, I’ve seen many changes. Our community has faced challenging times and prosperous ones. We’ve grown older. And we’ve welcomed neighbors…

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South Hills Interfaith Movement calls on volunteers for CheckMates program

Tribune-Review –Kathryn Powell calls her new friend every Monday. The two chat about everything from how the Steelers performed Sunday to tips for keeping in touch with long-distance family members.…

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What makes a successful leader?

Leadership is a skillset and a gifting that has been applied to different persons throughout the course of human history. We each encounter various leaders in the different aspects of…

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Shimpact newsletter fall 2018

South Hills Interfaith Movement Newsletter…

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Back-to-School: Tips to save and ways to help

As a parent with small kids, a friend of many other parents with children of their own, and the director of programs at SHIM, I know firsthand the struggles families…

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New site doubles space for SHIM Family Center

The Almanac – Among the more prominent features of older education buildings is the presence of large windows, as is the case for Baldwin-Whitehall School District’s former Wallace School. “That’s…

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Bright, welcoming new Family Center opens a world of opportunities for SHIM

Tribune-Review – Enise Sari spent much of her first year in the United States in tears. She lived in McKeesport with her husband and young son, and she was pregnant…

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