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Volunteers in the News
Donating money to organizations that help victims is quick and easy.
A spaghetti dinner fundraiser will help Dormont resident Darryl Hays, who is currently ill with a life-threatening disease.
Read here to see if you're eligible.
Volunteers in the News, Breast Cancer Awareness
Representatives from Susan F. Komen Pittsburgh will be on hand to help.
Jamie Jackson of Brookline, a volunteer soccer coach and Christianpalooza organizer, is one of 12 winners of the Jefferson Award for Public Service from Highmark, Inc.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
Butterfly Bandits, founded by women from Scott Township and Brookline, are looking for thyroid cancer survivors to join them at the Sept. 15 Pirates game.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files, Going Green
The work of more than 13,000 volunteers from neighborhoods, schools, businesses and organizations have made it possible for communities in 20 counties to enjoy 135 gardens.
Our 'Volunteer' section is free and easy to use.
Government, Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
Veterans of all generations are asked to take this survey, but especially post-9/11 veterans.
The Butterfly Bandits will hold a fundraiser at Cain's Saloon on Thursday to support thyroid cancer research.
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