servePGH Celebrates Its 3rd Birthday!
Last month servePGH celebrated it's third birthday! In the last three years, this City of Pittsburgh initative has engaged 8,700 volunteers in over 57,000 hours of service.
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April 1st was the Mayor's Day of Recognition of Service
Mayor William Peduto recognized the hard work of volunteers in our community at an event at the East End Cooperative Ministry.
Following breakfast and speakers, members of AmeriCorps and Senior Corps engaged in community service projects in East Liberty.
Impact of AmeriCorps in Pittsburgh
The first week in April is AmeriCorps Week! In celebration and appreciation of all AmeriCorps members, the servePGH office has compiled a report on the impact of AmeriCorps in Pittsburgh. In 2013, nearly 19,000 volunteers engaged in 94,000 hours of service through AmeriCorps programs.
Take a few minutes to read about great things being done in Pittsburgh by AmeriCorps members!
servePGH engages Pittsburgh residents to help solve some of the City's most pressing needs with volunteer-fueled solutions.
Through innovative service initiatives, the City of Pittsburgh has engaged thousands of citizens to revitalize City blocks, restore vulnerable residents’ homes, help middle-school youth navigate life’s challenges, and more.