Amazing organization that we partnered with a few years back that has not disappointed our organization at all. They are dedicated to supporting the lives of all people as well as their clients. Due to their values and offerings, I am still a client but also a board member .
Lifes'Work has been part of the Pittsburgh community for generations. As a Board member, I have been encouraged to watch the organization pull itself out of a fiscal crunch that was exacerbated by the 2008-2009 recession. The organization is stronger, leaner, and more agile today.
I have had the privilege of attending several Client Recognition events over the years. The organization has clients in who have been part of the LW family for 20, 30 and even 40 years. That alone speaks volumes.
I have been an employer of Life's Works clients for many years. I have found that Life's Works clients are eager to work, eager to please, want to do the job at hand perfectly. Along, with the support of the staff at Life's Work it allows training to go smoothly and the transition flawlessly,
I highly recommend any employer to utilize the services available by this beautiful Non-Profit
I have been recently appointed to the Board of Directors which is so humbling. I look forward to be playing a vital roll as a board member.
Being apart of this organization has been a great experience! The leadership and staff are dedicated to the mission.
Life's Works of Western PA strives to help provide resources/aid to youth/individuals with disabilities or barriers to employment.
I am honored to be apart of this organization as it continues a historical mission since 1927!
For over five years, I have used the mailing and fulfillment services of Life'sWork to distribute materials and packages during health insurance open enrollment season. They have been tremendous partners in delivering to my customers, and in turn, it has been an incredible experience to be able to provide meaningful opportunities back to their clients working onsite. Out of this collaboration, I was recently afforded the opportunity to join the Life'sWork board to help advance the goals of the organization and provide even greater to support to the communities in which we all live and work.
I wish that every organization was so concerned about the dignity of their clients. I wish I was always treated with as much respect and care as it seems this organization treats its clients.
I was able to visit Life'sWork through my volunteer work with the greatnonprofits website. The experience was a wonderful one. Chris, Director of Marketing and Development, took us around the facility, and showed us the people the serve and the work they do. I was overwhelmed by the size of the operation and the happiness of the clients served.