Neglected, abused, and homeless youth in Western Pennsylvania could use your help.
Three Rivers Youth provides a broad spectrum of vital services to help seriously vulnerable youth succeed in life. Although we receive fee-for-service income from Allegheny County and maintain service contacts with a handful government agencies to provide basic services for our youth clients, public funds are not enough to address all of the challenges that disadvantaged, troubled and homeless youth need to overcome in order to become healthy, educated, vibrant, and successful.
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#GIVING TUESDAY November 29, 2016
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Send contributions to:
Three Rivers Youth
6117 Broad Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15206-3011
Phone 412.441.5020 ext.218
Volunteers are needed to pitch in as mentors, guest speakers, chaperones, and many other supportive roles.
Material donations of new and gently used appliances, furniture, clothing, vehicles, and the like, are needed to replace essential items that wear down frequently.
We are grateful for supporters like Chuck and Nancy Adreon, who created a college scholarship for high school graduates pursuing STEM capacities and careers. Eight Colfax Elementary School students recently gave up one of their lunch periods to raise more than $100 in their school cafeteria. Upper St. Clair High School students created care packages containing hygiene and beauty products for TRY youth home residents, returning year after year to help with painting and yard work.
Dozens of individuals contribute to Three Rivers Youth through employer matching programs and the United Way of Allegheny County each year. Every contribution is put to use in the service of Three Rivers Youth mission and vision to be a leader in innovative model programs providing excellent comprehensive services for at risk youth and their families. Please give generously.
Monetary Donations will ensure that on any given day, a young person in our care will move another step away from homelessness toward achievement in school, at home, in the community, and in life.
All donations will be used to care for at risk youth while helping them expand their talents, experience success, and build coping skills so that the challenges of difficult childhoods can be transformed into adult achievements.