Agencies supported by Attorneys Against Hunger

Downtown Ministerium Walk-in Ministry
Downtown Ministerium Walk-in Ministry is a collaboration of five downtown churches: First Lutheran Church, Smithfield United Church of Christ, Divine Mercy Parish, First Presbyterian Church and Trinity Episcopal Cathedral. Each of these churches provides hunger assistance to the homeless and less fortunate downtown.


Allies for health + Wellbeing
Pittsburgh AIDS Task ForceThe food pantry at Allies for health + Wellbeing provides assistance to individuals living with HIV/AIDS. The Food Pantry program, Allies' most requested service, provides food, nutritional supplements, and nutritional counseling.


East End Cooperative Ministry
East End Cooperative MinistryEECM’s hunger services include a food pantry and soup kitchen located at 6140 Station Street. The food pantry serves anyone in the city of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County. EECM’s Soup Kitchen serves hot, nutritious lunches to all visitors Monday through Friday.


Focus On Renewal
East End Cooperative Ministry Established in 1969, Focus on Renewal serves approximately 12,000 disadvantaged individuals and families annually in the Sto-Rox community. FOR’s hunger services include weekly food pantry distribution, a senior box program, as well as on-going emergency food and nutrition services. All of these services come under The Community Resource Center of Focus On Renewal and include assistance with meal planning, budgeting, and purchasing of wholesome foods.


Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank is a nonprofit organization that distributes nearly 40 million meals annually across 11 counties in southwestern Pennsylvania through a network of more than 600 agencies, partners and programs including smaller county-wide food banks, food pantries, soup kitchens and life stabilization organizations.


Hunger Services Urban League of Pittsburgh
Hunger Services Urban League of PittsburghThe Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh’s Hunger Services provides more than 3,000 households each year with emergency food assistance, food stamp outreach, food for early development and/or the pantry management training program.


Intersection, Inc.
Intersection, IncThe Intersection’s on-site meal program provides a hot midday meal to people who are hungry and do not have a permanent residence or accessibility to adequate kitchen facilities. The food pantry club provides food orders to income-eligible McKeesport residents.


Jubilee Soup Kitchen & Food Pantry
Jubilee KitchenThe Jubilee Soup Kitchen is open 365 days a year serving breakfast and lunch, for those challenged by poverty, illness, and homelessness. The Jubilee Food Pantry, located in Polish Hill, serves families, the elderly, and delivers to the disabled. The Food Pantry is open every Wednesday and Friday.


Just Harvest
Just Harvest Just Harvest works to promote a just system of food access by addressing the root causes of hunger – systemic poverty and inequity – through policy advocacy, grassroots organizing, community-based solutions, and connecting people to benefits.


Just HarvestNorth Hills Community Outreach
North Hills Community Outreach offers hunger services to families and individuals in northern Allegheny County at three locations: Millvale, Alison Park, and the north boroughs. NHCO operates three food pantries that help over 1,200 clients annually.


Rainbow Kitchen
Rainbow Kitchen Rainbow Kitchen was established in 1984, in response to massive unemployment in the Homestead region following the closing of the steel mills. For more than 37 years Rainbow Kitchen has been a strong and reliable source of aid for the most vulnerable members of the, community—children, the elderly and disabled, single parent families, homeless, the unemployed, and the working poor.


South Hills Interfaith Movement
Rainbow Kitchen Originally founded in 1968 by a priest, a rabbi, and a minister, South Hills Interfaith Movement (SHIM) serves as an anchor institution to the human service safety net in the South Hills of Allegheny County. Through its basic needs, self-sufficiency, and community building programs, SHIM delivers a single comprehensive model of integrated services significantly impacting more than 7,500 individuals.


Squirrel Hill Food Pantry
Squirrel Hill Food PantryThe Squirrel Hill Food Pantry serves the needs of those in the 15217 zip code as well as the greater Pittsburgh area who require kosher food.