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Meeting neighbors’ needs: Local food pantry seeing increase in customers

WTAE – Many Pittsburghers are wondering what they can do to help others during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

With so many people unemployed, it’s more challenging than ever for some families to get food on the table.

In Pittburgh’s South Hills and stretching into Washington County, SHIM (South Hills Interfaith Movement) has a food pantry with three locations that are seeing new faces due to coronavirus.

Those in need can go to their website or give them a call if you need help getting food on the table. Those interested in donating can also get in touch online.

SHIM says the best way to help stock the food pantry shelves is with an online financial donation because it is the safest way to help out neighbors.

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