It is with sadness and gratitude that the Board of Directors announces the departure of Lisa Perry as Executive Director of Jeremiah’s Place. While the board is saddened to see Lisa go, they are thrilled that she will be able to use her skills and passion for another organization that is making a difference in the lives of so many. … Read More
Jeremiah’s Place have been tenets of the Kingsley Association since our opening in 2014. We are proud to be a part of the Larimar community with them. The families of the Family Support Center regularly use Jeremiah’s Place and attend our events. Two of our board members, Kristin O’Connor and Mona Jordan-Hawkins, are connected with the Kingsley Association.
We are honored to be sponsored by PSIP for these two days. Thank you to your commitment to the families of Western Pennsylvania! The Pittsburgh Society of Investment Professionals is a professional group of financial leaders looking for networking and educational opportunities and seeking ways to support the community through charitable efforts.
Last year the Steelers introduced Huddle for the Holidays at Heinz Field, a unique one-of-a-kind outreach in conjunction with Convoy of Hope that provided necessities and the simple pleasures in life for 500 individuals, from kids to senior citizens. Heinz Field was transformed from a football mecca into an oasis of love and caring, with every corner a place for individuals to benefit from the art of giving back.
Susie Chase (Open Minds, LLC) has served as a Jeremiah’s Place board member since 2017, and as our Board’s Chair since 2019. She has been a committed force behind the scenes of Jeremiah’s Place during her tenure! Her expertise in strategic planning and governance has set the agency on the right path for many years to come. Thank you Susie … Read More
2020 has been a difficult year for everyone, and Jeremiah’s Place was not immune to this. Because of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Jeremiah’s Place has experienced a down-tick in both monetary and in-kind donations. Despite this lower funding, Jeremiah’s Place continued to provide childcare to our community’s essential workers, respite for stressed out parents, and emergency care during medical emergencies. Our … Read More