We need your time, talent and treasure

We will never be able to move forward if we choose to leave families behind


Volunteer On‑Site

HEARTH has a variety of on-site volunteer opportunities for all ages and skillsets.

Volunteer ideas include but are not limited to:

  • Childcare sessions
    Run fun and engaging sessions for young people to give moms time to focus on themselves. Group activity, in-person suitable for 5-10 volunteers. 1-2 hours first and third Monday of the month 5:45 PM – 7:30 PM
  • Food Pantry or in-kind donation drive
    Collect items for our food pantry, put together craft kits, meals in a jar or collect items for our store of everyday essentials, there are lots of options. Group activity, off-site, for groups of 5 + 2 hours
  • Signature Event support
    Help at our signature fundraisers: Tees and Traps, Hats Off and Purses with a Purpose.
  • Seasonal Decorating
    Decorate our main hall and porch around seasonal themes – winter, Valentines, Spring, Easter, Fall, and the Holidays. Group or individual activities. 1+ hours
  • Life skills workshops in person or virtual
    One-on-one or group workshops with program participants could include interview skills, resume refreshing, budgeting, etc. Individual volunteers or groups of up to 10. 1-2 hours.
  • Run a sports session – seasonal
    Soccer, basketball, juggling? If your people have the skills, come and share them with our young people. Individuals or groups of up to 5 volunteers. 1-2 hours.
  • Tutoring in-person or virtual
    Working to support our participants learning in key subjects’ math, science, and English. Individuals. 1-2 hours a week.
  • Housing Support
    Work alongside our program team to help families transition from our program to securing housing and thriving. Individuals or small groups. 1 + hours a week depending on the family’s needs.
  • Ground maintenance
    Weeding, litter picking, pruning, etc. Group activity, on-site, suitable for 5 – 15 volunteers. 3-5 hours

And so much more! If you can think of a service for our families we would love to hear your ideas! Contact Community Engagement Coordinator, Morgan Cable at mcable@hearthpgh.org


Volunteer Virtually

In our ever evolving world, HEARTH now offers virtual volunteer opportunities. These include but are not limited to:

  • Virtual tutoring for families
  • Virtual Budgeting with families
  • Virtual craft or cooking class
  • Virtual fitness/wellness class

Have something creative in mind? Contact our Community Engagement Coordinator, Morgan Cable for more information at mcable@hearthpgh.org

we can't do this without you

Your investment is changing futures one family at a time.

Together we are helping families get healthy again so they can reach their full potential