Empowering Families, Rebuilding Community,
and Promoting Economic Stability...
through active community engagement

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Kim Parsons Library & Community Center

COVID-19 UPDATE: The Kim Parsons Library and Community Center will open this summer from June 23 - July 31. See details below. We will be following CDC guidelines.

The Kim Parsons Library & Community Center officially opened in September 2019. Due to COVID-19 we had to cancel our programming and events as of mid-March 2020. As we enter into the "green phase" we are excited to announce we will be opening in a very modified way this summer!

The KPLCC will be open each Tuesday & Thursday from 1pm-3pm from June 23 to July 31.

Open Hours Guidelines

  • Only open for borrowing books.
  • There will be craft-to-go bags and grab-and-go snack bags available for the kids participating in our Kids Connect online summer program.
  • Laptops, toys, and board games are not available.
  • The number of people in the building at one time is limited to 10.
  • Each person will be allowed up to 15 minutes to find an check out books.
  • Masks are recommended to be worn inside the library & community center.
  • No public restrooms available.
  • Returned books will be quarantined for a minimum of 72 hours.

Continue to check back here as we will provide updates on the current events hosted at the Library & Community Center.

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Pitcairn Food Pantry

COVID-19 UPDATE: The Pitcairn Food Pantry will continue operating its regular hours. Please check our Facebook Page for updates!

The Pitcarin Food Pantry is located at 520 Broadway Boulevard. The Food Pantry not only meets the needs in our community, is provides us another opportunity to get to know our neighbours.

The Pitcairn Food Pantry is open for distribution at these times:

  • FIRST Thursday of each month from 10AM-12PM
  • THIRD Thursday of each month from 10AM-12PM
  • THIRD Sunday evening of each month from 6:00-7:30PM

To learn more about the Food Pantry, click here!

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St. Pauls Meals on Wheels

COVID-19 UPDATE: Meals on Wheels is not only operating, we are expanding to provide food for anyone who is 18 or older and is in need of assistance.

For pricing and contact information, visit their website by clicking here!

St. Paul Meals on Wheels is a ministry founded in 1971 by members of the former St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church who saw a need in the community, among the elderly citizens, for daily, home-delivered meals, at a reasonable cost. They traveled to the North Side of Pittsburgh to observe and help with a Meals on Wheels program already established in that area. This experience informed the founding of St. Paul Meals on Wheels program and for the last 47 years, a hot dinner meal has been prepared in that same church kitchen, five days a week. In addition, a lunch is prepared and delivered along with the hot dinner meal. The meals have been delivered to the Meals on Wheels clients in all types of weather. Throughout the history of St. Paul Meals on Wheels it is estimated that over 600,000 meals have been prepared and delivered by hundreds of volunteers.

The St. Paul Meals on Wheels ministry has remained through the efforts of many dedicated volunteers and continues to faithfully provide home-cooked meals to residents of Pitcairn, Monroeville, Trafford, Level Green, Wall, and Wilmerding.

To learn more about St. Pauls Meals on Wheels, click here!

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Mr. Gary's Walk

Gary Agate, PitCare co-founder and president of the board, set out on a mission to walk 1,300 miles from Pitcairn, PA to Orlando, FL. He began his journey on September 2, 2019 and continued to walk for 74 days (with days of rest here and there).

His goal all along had been to inspire the community of Pitcairn, especially the kids, that you can do anything you set your minds too - to inspire them to set goals and reach for their dreams - it will take hard work, but with perseverance, determination, and faith you can accomplish what may seem impossible!

On November 16, 2019, Gary achieved his goal of walking to Florida when we he crossed into Orlando, welcomed by friends and family to celebrate this huge achievement with him.

Along Gary's journey, funds were raised to support the mission and vision of PitCare. To date, a total of approximately $95,000 has been raised and funds continue to trickle.

HUGE thank you to all those who supported through words of encouragement, prayers, hospitality, meals, and donations. We are grateful and humbled by your generosity.

To view the videos from Mr. Gary's Walk, check us out on YouTube by clicking here!


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Pitcare Community Testimonials

PitCare Inc. is a valuable asset to Pitcairn. PitCare has and continues to help many families in this financially depressed community. The youth in Pitcairn are supported to reach their life goals by this organization. I personally have a vested interest in PitCare. My family and I have been assisted by this organization. I am extremely grateful for their care and support.

Today I was at the door as the children were leaving our summer reading program and telling each one to have a good weekend and see them on Monday. We had packed each child a weekend snack bag filled with healthy treats and put one in each of their PitCare bags as they were leaving.One little boy took two steps out and turned around, came back, threw his arms around my waist and gave me a huge hug. No words were needed. I love knowing we are making a difference to our children here in Pitcairn.

Dawn Nicolazzo, Summer Reading Program Director