Thank You, Susie Chase!

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

Today is Sponsored by VBA

Today is generously sponsored by the team at VBA! VBA’s mission is to improve the human experience by utilizing innovative models of service, delivery and advocacy to reduce barriers to high-quality eye care. We are delighted to have them be today’s sponsor!

Save the Date! Giving Tuesday is December 1st, 2020

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

On the Frontline: Human Services in Allegheny County – Issue 11

Jeremiah’s Place is proud to be featured in the November 2020 issue of “On the Frontline: Human Services in Allegheny County.” Each issue of “On the Frontline” showcases the front-line workers and providers who are keeping so many Allegheny County residents safe, housed, fed and supported. The team at Jeremiah’s Place is dedicated to providing emergency childcare services to families … Read More

Today is Sponsored by the Bella Cappelli Academy of Robinson

Today is generously sponsored by the staff and students of the Bella Cappelli Academies in Robinson and Monroeville (a Paul Mitchell Partner School). This is the second consecutive year Bella Cappelli Academy has sponsored a day for Jeremiah’s Place. Paul Mitchell Schools are committed to giving back to their community, and they have collectively raised $21 million dollars since 2004. Jeremiah’s Place is honored to be the local Pittsburgh charity of Bella Cappelli Academy!

Welcome to JP, Kimmy Phillips

Please join us in welcoming our newest board member to the Jeremiah’s Place family – Welcome to JP, Kimmy Phillips! Kimmy has been a part of JP since the very beginning. She has been a childcare volunteer and as a volunteer event coordinator. Prior to coming onto the board officially, she was a member of our Development Committee and will continue her work on that committee as well as the HR committee.

Today is Sponsored by the ERA Group of Hefren-Tillotson

Hefren-Tillotson is one of the oldest and largest wealth management institutions in Western Pennsylvania. The ERA Group, out of Greensburg, is led by Jack Ellenberger, David Alderson Jr., and David Riehl. David Riehl serves on Jeremiah’s Place’s board as a member of the Finance and Human Resources Committees. He and his family have been supporters of Jeremiah’s Place for many years, and we are honored to be sponsored by the ERA Group of Hefren-Tillotson today.

Community Impact – David Riehl

David Riehl and Ashleigh Riehl learned the importance of volunteering early and have been committed to serving their community throughout their lives. Now parents themselves, we salute these changemakers for passing a sense of responsibility to their children and peers. Learn more about their impact here!

Today is Sponsored by Gateway Health

We are so excited to announce that today, September 17th, 2020 is sponsored by Gateway Health! Their generosity will provide comprehensive childcare for families in need.25% of the families that use Jeremiah’s Place use us for medical appointments and emergencies, so partnering with local medical providers is imperative in our work. We are grateful for this relationship with Gateway Health … Read More

Community Impact – Tanya Baronti

The United Way recognizes that far too many families in our community, every day presents a struggle to meet basic needs. They face homelessness and food insecurity. Add to this the pressures we are all now facing as a result of the current COVID-19 Crisis and the struggle can turn a difficult situation into a real emergency.