Welcome to the Office of PittServes!
We aim to enhance your personal growth and development by providing meaningful opportunities for service and reflection. By engaging with PittServes, you’ll cultivate relationships within our greater community, complement your classroom learning experience, and lay the foundation for a lifelong commitment to service.
This is a free and open to the community event that is centered around a Creative Kite Competition. We will have blank canvas kites for sale at $5 each or guests can bring their own. We encourage guests to share their kites in memory or in support of a loved one, to share their school/community/organization support, etc. WPXI’s Cara Sapida will be our emcee and local television personalities and meteorologists will be guest judges for the kite competition. We are also looking forward to having the Mac & Gold food truck join us and other businesses and organizations. We are in need of volunteers to assist in the day as well as any groups that may be interested in coordinating game play with kids (on field or small table top/carnival type games to encourage interaction with families).
Lending Hearts provides emotional and social support to children and young adults with cancer and their families through unique activities and community outreach.
Organization: Carrick Community Council
Organization Social Media Accounts:
Contact person: Linda Donahue
Phone number : 4129016673
Description of opportunity: We clean up litter. I have bags and gloves that I provide. We meet at one location and then some walking is involved.
Location of opportunity: 2134 Brownsville Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15210 (the rear of this shopping center)
Is this accessible by PAT bus? Yes
Requirements of opportunity: just be willing to pick up litter for 2 hours!!! and be willing to walk a bit.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (412) 781-TREE (8733)
Contact person: Erin Tobin
Phone number : 201-669-9046
Description of opportunity: Join Parks Conservancy staff in Schenley Park for these regularly scheduled group volunteer events! At volunteer sweeps, a small group of volunteers (typically five to 15) better the health of the park by cutting vines, pulling invasive plants, and clearing trash. Projects vary by season. Tools, gloves and training are provided.
Location of opportunity: Schenley Park Visitors Center, 101 Panther Hollow Road Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Is this accessible by PAT bus? No. It is walking accessible from campus.
Requirements of opportunity: Arrive on time and do the planned project of the day
To register for the volunteer sweeps, you must do so at this link: