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SHIM adjusting in response to changing needs in South Hills neighborhoods

TribLIVE – Eleanor Kunesky showed off her cozy, plaid winter coat and new-to-her jeans she recently selected from South Hills Interfaith Movement’s clothing center. “It’s comfy and warm,” said Kunesky,…

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South Hills organization offers resources as poverty grows outside of Pittsburgh

WESA —Urban poverty is a serious issue for any city, but a new report shows that Pittsburgh’s suburban neighborhoods may be even more concerning. A study done by Jefferson Regional…

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South Hills nonprofit expands its mission

An area faith-based organization is changing its focus to better address the spread of poverty in the suburbs. KQV’s Earl Bugaile has more on the story

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SHIM aims to serve more individuals afflicted by ‘suburban poverty’

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – More than 1,700 people and 600 families in Pittsburgh’s south suburbs obtained food or clothing last year at two pantries operated by South Hills Interfaith Movement. Of…

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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…

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South Hills Interfaith Ministries announces new name, logo and plans

Pittsburgh, Pa. (Feb. 3, 2016) – Today, South Hills Interfaith Ministries announced a new name, logo, website and growth strategy, including plans for 2016 to adapt to the increasing need…

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Pittsburgh suburbs aren’t immune to poverty

PublicSource – In the South Hills of Pittsburgh, the cookie-cutter houses and picket fences of suburbia are hiding the crippling effects of poverty on residents. At least 20 percent of…

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Shimpact winter 2016

South Hills Interfaith Movement Newsletter

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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…

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Resume: Newsmaker you should know / South Hills Interfaith Ministries volunteer manager

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette –  Last year, more than 162 volunteers logged almost 12,000 hours to help neighbors in need through South Hills Interfaith Ministries in Bethel Park. With these numbers expected…

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