New Hope For Neighborhood Renewal
Rating: 4 stars 1 1 review 258
2710 Shadeland Avenue Pittsburgh PA 15212 USA
S. T. E. P & y. E. S. Kids mentoring provided one-on-one educational, life-skills& spiritual guidance to approximately 35 youth in grades 6-12. Also provided scholarship money to students for post-secondary education.
cafe n' creamery coffee house provides a safe haven for neighborhood youth as well as a place for families to relax. The cafe is also used by the s. T. E. P. Youth training program
the community garden provides residents of marshall-shadeland the opportunity to grow their own fresh produce and learn gardening techniques as well.
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New Hope for Neighborhood Renewal makes a difference in the Marshall Shadeland neighborhood by providing mentoring for students, providing a community garden space and by purchasing a nuisance bar and transforming it into the Cafe 'n Creamery where families can relax and enjoy ice cream and gourmet coffee in a safe and welcoming atmosphere. Check it out!
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