225 West Main Street
Carnegie, PA 15106
Robert Miller - Director | Email
Business Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30-2:30
When the food pantry is open- 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month
Social Services - a vital part of our work and where we get to connect with the clients and assess their needs. Some of our available resources at the center are: emergency food, clothing, rental and utility assistance.
Dollar Energy- this application can be done at the Center and provides financial assistance to low-income utility customers during the grant season.
Cooking Show - the focus is on healthy meals, food safety and food budgeting. Partners include: the University of Pittsburgh, the Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank and other local organizations.
Women's Bible Study - The House of R.U.T.H. is a safe place for women to share their experiences and strengths. The focus of this study is to work to develop life skills and hope in Jesus Christ. We want to restore women to hope while allowing the Holy Spirits to provides peace and inner-healing.
Job Readiness - a six-week course that teaches basic job and professional skills to those who are interested in getting back into the workforce or entering a professional field first time. The goal of the Job Readiness is to assist clients in developing themselves by drawing on their individual strengths and developing behaviors, attitudes, and professional skills.
GED Preparatory Classes - The length of this course is determined by the time it takes to successfully GED testing. Class is offered twice a week and tailored to meet student's needs.
Back To School Bash - Students within the 21 communities that we serve are invited to spend the day playing games, cooking out and receiving brand new backpacks filled with the required tools to help them succeed for the upcoming school year. Last year we gave away a bike to the first student with an A!
Food Pantry - Eligible clients can come to receive meat, dry goods, fresh fruit, vegetables, breads and sweets once a month. Must be income eligible.
Camp Allegheny - located in Ellwood City. Children in the service area are able to rotate through different adventure programs throughout their stay while being exposed to the outdoors. This helps them to develop a better understanding of God, his creation, and their place in it.
Treasures for Children - Local businesses and community members donate toys to families in order to provide Christmas for children within the service area.
Project Bundle Up - The Salvation Army and WTAE-TV joined forces to provide new winter outerwear for disadvantaged children and seniors across Western Pennsylvania. Through annual fundraising efforts and the community's generosity, more than 5,800 children and seniors are helped annually.
Byron Howell (Chairperson) Finance Manager
Mary Ann Paff (Vice Chairperson) WesBanco Branch Manger
Sue Kelly (Secretary) Retired
Rich Meyer Insurance Salesman
Jim Baumgartel Retired
Jack Abriola Lawyer/Financial Advisor
Daniel Luttner Vice President of Business Development
Updated: July 12, 2016