Welcome to Hope from Home 2021
Peoples, an Essential Utilities Company
Join us Friday, May 14 as Bishop Zubik and Catholic Charities honors Peoples, an Essential Utilities Company.Read More
2021 Community Caritas Award Recipient
Peoples, an Essential Utilities Company, has long demonstrated the power of hearts and minds united for the greater good. In addition to dedicated team members who work directly with customers who are having difficulties making payment for necessary natural gas service, they impress upon all team members the importance of listening carefully to local need and stepping forward with solutions.
It’s a culture of care and engagement that has made a difference in hundreds of communities Peoples serves.
Eat, Drink and Help is one way Peoples ensures that happens. That’s the name of their program that goes directly to local businesses in communities, asks what is most needed in that specific area and then makes a donation on customer purchases to help fund those causes. Cancer research, pet shelters, community arts and recreation are among the many areas that have benefited – and enriched communities and local partnerships in turn.
Baseball fans the world over know the sport is more than a game – it’s an investment of heart. Since 2006, for the Pittsburgh Pirates, their fans and the communities in which they live together, Pirates Charities has shown what that investment can do. Although the team has always been deeply rooted in the region, it has narrowed its charitable activities to leverage its ability to build closer partnerships and realize long-term benefits.Read More
Baseball fans the world over know the sport is more than a game – it’s an investment of heart. Since 2006, for the Pittsburgh Pirates, their fans and the communities in which they live together, Pirates Charities has shown what that investment can do. Although the team has always been deeply rooted in the region, it has narrowed its charitable activities to leverage its ability to build closer partnerships and realize long-term benefits.
With an emphasis on youth health, fitness and education, Pirates Charities has made a public commitment to bring energy and resources for the betterment of local neighborhoods – and they’re inviting their partners to join them in that mission.
In recent years, that’s included providing opportunities for adults and youth with special needs to play baseball. It’s also meant improving baseball and softball facilities and fields in neighborhoods and communities. If you catch a glance at the team’s “Care-a-Van,” you’re likely seeing players, coaches, front office staff and community partners on their way to serve children and youth in their own neighborhoods.
|Pirates Charities||Friday, May 7|
|Peoples Natural Gas Co||Friday, May 14|
|Archabbot Douglas Nowicki, O.S.B.||Friday, May 21|
Project Cares Leadership
|Friday, May 28|
Saint Michael the Archangel Parish's Ladies of Charity
Marilyn Holmes and Lisa Coleman from Saint Michael the Archangel Parish's Ladies of Charity, share hope for those in search of basic needs, through their donation drives.
Margo Malone, ELC
Margo Malone, member of Catholic Charities Executive Leadership Committee, shares a message of hope through the hard work and dedication at the agency's Free Health Care Center.
Hope from Home Sponsors
Pillar of Champion
Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote PC
Peoples, an Essential Utilities Company
Pillar of Change
In Memory of John M. Foody, Sr.
Howard Hanna Real Estate
Victoria B. Kush, Shareholder, Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney
Alina & Joe Massaro
Joe & Diana Rockey
Saint Vincent College/Archabbot Douglas Nowicki
Fund the Mission
Katherine D. Larsen, Wealth Management Advisor, The Larsen Group, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
In memory of Fred and Ruth Egler
Mary J. Donnelly Foundation
Tom & Caroline Wentling
Becky & Tim Kcehowski
Scott & Sue Lammie
Felician Sisters of North America
Maureen lally-Green & Ross Green
Dan & Ruth Darragh
Mary Lou McLaughlin
Cameron and Marie Milie Jones
Scalon ADR Services
Orbital Engineering, Inc.
Joni Mangino & Joe Selep
Nancy B Foster
Executive Leadership Team
Hope from Home Chairs
Tom & Becky McGough
Hope from Home Executive Leadership Team 2021
Mr. and Mrs. Steve & Pam Blanco
Mr. John Conti
Mrs. Susan Cruz
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel & Rachel Dippold
Mr. Fred Egler
Mr. and Mrs. Howard & Mary Anne Hanna, III
Ms. Rebekah Kcehowski
Mr. & Mrs. Jason & Victoria Kush
Mr. and Mrs. Scott & Sue Lammie
Mr. Paul Malone
Ms. Lynne Marchese
Ms. Marcia Martin
Mr. & Mrs. Joe & Alina Massaro, III
Mr. and Mrs. Chris & Molly McMahon
Mr. and Mrs. John P. & Cindy Meegan
Mr. & Mrs. Dan & Shelly Onorato
Mr. & Mrs. Mickey & Kaya Pohl
Mr. & Mrs. Joe & Diana Rockey
Mr. Kannu Sahni
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph & Joni Selep
Mr. and Mrs. James Stalder
Mr. and Mrs. W. Alan & Anna Torrance
Mr. & Mrs. Michael & Lydia Turzai