Last week, the federal and state government took significant steps to help struggling families feed their children.
The package contains powerful public policies to help suffering American households, but pervasive hunger and poverty will likely continue.
Just Harvest and 21 community, advocacy, and labor organizations urged our U.S. Senators and Representatives to enact specific relief measures.
Just Harvest is taking preventive measures in accordance with emerging community best practices regarding COVID-19 preparedness.
With the health and safety of our neighbors in mind, Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and Just Harvest have chosen to postpone the Empty Bowls Dinner.
More SNAP recipients who face barriers to work will be subjected to a three-month time limit on receiving nutrition assistance.
We The People – PA campaign partners put out the following statement in response to reports of a minimum wage bill now moving through the General Assembly.
Elected officials and community advocates took part in a press conference today announcing the completion of the Poverty Report.
Just Harvest calls on Republican White House and Congressional officials to immediately re-open government so it can fulfill its critical functions.
Despite an improving economy, 13.3% of Pa. households reported that they struggled to buy enough food during 2016–2017, according to a new report.