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North Hills Community Outreach (NHCO)
September Part 1

Categorized as: Community & Neighborhood
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NHCO invites supporters to its 30th anniversary dinner and awards presentation 5:15pm September 17 at The Chadwick in McCandless (Wexford). Rick Dayton of KDKA TV will emcee the event.Tickets are $60 and proceeds support NHCO’s many programs for local families in need. For tickets, please contact Cheryl English at 412-48-6316 option 1 extension 3111 or clenglish@nhco.org by September 7.

NHCO winter coat drive begins September 1

NHCO will collect new and gently used winter coats for local families in need September 1 through October 16. All sizes are appreciated; children’s and adult XL - XXL are especially needed. Coats should be clean and have working fasteners. Hats, gloves and scarves are also welcome. Donations can be dropped off at NHCO Allison Park, 1975 Ferguson Road, Hampton, Monday – Friday, 9am-4pm, September 1 through October 17, or in the NHCO Allison Park food pantry during special donation hours, 9:00 a.m. to noon, Saturday, October 7. Due to space limitations, NHCO is unable to accept coats after October 17. For more information or alternate donation options, please contact Vicki at vdburst@nhco.org or 412-487-6316 opt 1.

Garden produce accepted at NHCO’s pantries

NHCO welcomes donations of fresh produce from home gardeners who wish to share their excess garden bounty with neighbors in need. Donations can be dropped off at any NHCO office, Monday through Friday, 9am-4pm. Call NHCO at 412-487-6316 opt 1 for more information or alternate donation options, or visit Ampleharvest.org to locate NHCO’s three pantries.

NHCO urgently needs volunteers in the upper Route 28 corridor; now offers online registration for volunteering to help seniors

NHCO has a particular need for volunteers interested in helping seniors in the route 28 corridor near Tarentum and Brackenridge. Specifically, volunteer drivers and dispatchers are needed for the Free Rides for Seniors shuttle, and individual volunteers are needed to help seniors get to appointments and shopping. NHCO now has an online registration process for those who wish to volunteer to help seniors through its In Service of Seniors: North Program. Visit http://nhco.org/volunteer-opportunities/volunteer-help-seniors/ and follow the easy step-by-step registration process. Volunteers are needed to help seniors get to doctor appointments, take them grocery shopping, do light yard work, drive shuttles and more. For more information, call Cathy at 412-307-0069 x 3313.

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