I have volunteered for the past year with the Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry once a month at NHCO in Allison Park, PA. It has been a true highlight of my year to be able to personally interact with individuals who need a little extra help to feed their families. I am grateful to the NHCO staff for allowing me to spend time with these families and a way for me to "give back" to our local community. It is a joy to see the smile on their faces when we can provide fresh produce or dessert treats to them; they enjoy choosing from the many soups, vegetables and fruits available on the food pantry shelves. NHCO respects the dignity of each individual. I am very proud to serve as a volunteer for their Thanksgiving Food Drive and their fundraising "Dessert theater" as well as in the food pantry...in many ways, NHCO is a true beacon of hope and education for the entire community. I applaud the staff and all the volunteers for their daily commitment to serving others.
I VOLUNTEER FOR THE COMMUNITY AUTO PROGRAM FOR THE NORTH HILLS COMMUNITY OUTREACH. THIS PROGRAM TAKES DONATED CARS AND FIXES THEM UP FOR PEOPLE BELOW A CERTAIN INCOME LEVEL. I HAVE SEEN IT DO WONDERS FOR FAMILIES. IN ADDITION, NHCO ALSO PROVIDES FOOD FOR THE NEEDY, WINTER COATS, FRIENDLY VISITS AND MUCH MORE. IT IS AN ORGANIZATION FILLED WITH WONDERFUL PEOPLE WHO CARE ABOUT THOSE IN NEED. I AM PROUD TO BE A PART OF IT.
NHCO is a well respected not for profit organization meeting it's mission on a daily basis. The administration and staff are well qualified and are willing to go an extra mile to meet the needs of their consumers. As a volunteer I have had an excellent working relationship with everyone at NHCO. The resources at NHCO are extensive and a real asset to Pittsburgh! As an example, one of the exemplary programs at NHCO is, Community Auto. This transportation program has helped hundreds of people buy an automobile, thus helping people in need get to and from a job and becoming tax paying citizens with dignity. NHCO IS A GREAT NONPROFIT!
Community Auto is a program under NHCO. It sells reliable automobiles to low-income, working individuals and families. Individuals donate cars to Community Auto, which, in turn, repairs and inspects them and sells them for about one third less than what they would cost at a used car lot. It is a real win-win proposition. The donors receive the maximum tax deduction because their cars are resold to needy individuals, and the individuals purchase a more reliable vehicle for significantly less than they could through any other channel.
The two individuals responsible for the program, Jennifer Carr and Ed Holdcroft, and genrous, caring, understanding and supportive of the clients. The provide a wonderful service to the community and are great to work with!
North Hills Community Outreach is a Wonderful organization. Volunteering for the Senior program does so much for our community. Without NHCO and "Open your heart to a senior", there would be elderly people in our community without, transportation to Dr. Appts, grocery stores, or simple conveniences that we all take for granted....like being able to walk outside on your sidewalk without worrying about slipping in the snow...thanks to the snow removable volunteers from the NHCO.
Because of this organization, and all aspects of their community service, the North Hills of Pgh is much, much better off.
I was first a volunteer through Faith in Action and was able to get many "new best friends". Recently, I was elected to the board of directors. what a privilege to serve on the Board of such a great community organization.
North Hills Community Outreach is a fantastic place for people to feel secure about getting help when needed. They are very professional and always look out for the person in need first. It has been a pleasure volunteering at the North hills branch. Keep up the good work.
I have been involved in NHCO as a volunteer since 2003. I have served as a Board Member, and worked on Board committees. This organization has helped so many individuals and families in need in the northern Allegheny County area. I am so proud to be a part of this organization. I work with the staff and other volunteers. I have seen first hand how this organization works and how our clients are taken care of in a compassionate way. I have Co-chaired a fundraiser for the last five years and was able to raise funds that were directed to help with rental and utility assistance, caregiving for seniors and adults with physical disabilities, employment, food panty and more. Because we have strong Board members, a dynamic Exercutive Director and dedicated staff, NHCO is an organization that promotes a lot of good will in the community.
Thanks to North Hills Community Outereach, our student volunteers have an opportunity to learn and experience what giving back to a community really means. Our college club student members have been able to participate in the United Way's Day of Caring at the Outreach and also share in various volunteer opportunities throughout the year. So many of our students have been personally touched by your agency whether in terms of assistance with their basic needs of life, food shelter and clothing, to financial assistance for educational purposes, or to set up a household, or to purchase their first home or car. THANK YOU for helping over 700 families in the North Hills area.
I am proud to be a volunteer at NHCO and Community Auto. It's a joy to find a compassionate, commited staff with one goal of providing assistance to those living in the North Hills. I personally know two families who could not have made it through some dark financial times without the help of NHCO. They're the best!
I've volunteered on many projects for NHCO and have met and worked with many wonderful people. We choose to support them financially because we have seen the good that they do for our community.
My son and I volunteered at the Food Bank over the summer. What a wonderful team you have and no one was turned away because the food ran out. There was plenty of food and everyone was patient and kind to each other.
The NHCO is a wonderful organization, helping our community is so very many ways. I am a volunteer on the Free Rides for Seniors bus. This service has become integral to the lives of so many residents in our community, allowing them to lead more independent lives than would otherwise be possible.
Kerry Mulhern manages, among many other things, this corp of volunteers. She puts heart and soul into her job and we feel very lucky to have her.
I have been volunteering at the Millvale office of the NHCO for 9 months. It is my pleasure to be there one day a week,
Every one cares for the clients and does everything possible to help them in a caring manner
As a volunteer receptionist I see this happen every day
I have also donated to the Outreach Center, from stamps and coats to crochets hats.
I have also received some services from the Center
I WAS HAPPY TO BE THE CO CHAIRMAN OF THE TURKEY ON EVERY TABLE SHARING PROJECT. WE WERE ABLE TO PROVID 723 FAMILIES COMPLETE THANKSGIVING DINNERS.
I FELT SO BLESSED TO BE ABLE TO DO THIS FOR THESE FAMILIES. I WAS ABLE TO GET MY OFFICE TO HELP ON ONE OF THE DAYS, WE DISTRIBUTED THE FOOD. EVERYONE CAME WAY WITH A WONDEFUL EXPERENCE AND WANT TO PARTICAPATE IN MORE EVENTS.
THIS IS JUST ONE OF THE SHARING PROJECT THE NHCO PROVIDES FOR FAMILIES IN THIS AREA.
The North Hills Community Outreach is a wonderful organization and I am honored to be a volunteer. This organization helps so many people in so many ways. They have an excellent food pantry, they provide folks with rides to doctors appointments and food shopping, as well as deliver food and gifts to folks in need.
This quote tells it all, "You're one of God's angels he put on earth."
I am proud to tell people that I am a volunteer for NHCO. The work they do in the community is so valuable. My son and I volunteer one evening a month at the food pantry in Bellevue. The clients are so appreciative and grateful. Although it breaks my heart that there is such great need, the difference that NHCO makes is beyond words. They are unsung heroes indeed.