Halloween for HEARTH families
The Youth Group of St. John Neumann once again hosted a Halloween Party for the families of HEARTH and what a party it was! The kid's guessed the number of candies stuffed in a jar, painted pumpkins, bobbed for marshmallows and even guessed which "body part" was hidden in a bag. A great time was had by all. HEARTH would like to thank the Youth Group for all their hard work!
HEARTH is reaching out to the community requesting a donation of two computers that can operate Windows 7 and Office 2010.
If you or someone you know can donate a computer, please contact our Development Manager at (412) 366-9801 x12.
With savory tastes & delicious treats from Pittsburgh’s best wine and food establishments, entertainment, we had another fabulous event at the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh. Please keep us in mind for the next event.
View photos on Blacktie-pittsburgh.com
View Wine and Food Event photos on the WPSI website.
Dreammakers are individuals or companies whose monetary donations to HEARTH have reached $10,000. We are so thankful for this year's Dreammakers. Your contribution makes a huge difference to us, and goes a long way to reaching our goals.
Left to right: Debbie Flinner of TriState Capital Bank, Gayle & Patrick Manning, Alan Bicker of
First National Bank
We also could not operate without our many volunteers.
We would like to give special thanks to this year's Volunteers of the Year.
Left to right: Katie Smith & Dottie Ingersoll, Erika Kolod, Anne Mlecko
Still haven't seen the inside
of the new HEARTH HOMES?
We have arranged tour dates so you can come inside and see what HEARTH is all about.
You must RSVP by the day
before your desired tour:
Thursday, November 6; 11:00 a.m.
Tuesday, November 18; 6:00 p.m.
Great Gift Ideas - and your purchase will benefit HEARTH
Purchase Platters and Pins for gifts. The platters are offered by Contemporary Concepts, 15% of the proceeds benefit HEARTH. House Pins are unique, handmade pins depicting houses and other themes made by Designs By Lucinda, whose owner Lucinda Yates overcame poverty and homelessness. For more information about these gift ideas, click the links below.