Join us for our 3rd Annual:
Picture This! Opportunity | Independence | Success
March 29, 2014, 6-9 PM
The Pittsburgh Glass Center
For more information,visit our Special Events page!
Ward Home in the news! Check out this inspiring article on Ward Home in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette!
We're so proud of our teens who graduated from the Hip-Hop On Lock program. Check out this short video that documents their experience: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlX3NgCYYZo
Check out our profile on Pittsburgh Cares to see the volunteer opportunities we have available!
How can you help?
Select Ward Home as your United Way contributor choice by filling in Section "D" of your pledge form with the Ward Home code: 306.
Visit our How to Donate page to find out other ways you can help!
Ward Home Wish List
If you are able to donate any of the following NEW items, please contact our Development Department at 412-722-1404 ext. 236 or at email@example.com regarding a donation!
Ward Home is currently seeking donations of the following new items:
Bus Tickets - Book of 10 = $20.00
New Small Appliances for Apartments - Toasters, Blenders, Can Openers
New Apartment Supplies - Dish towels, dishes, pots, pans, glasses, silverware, comforter sets, sheets
New Baby Items - Clothes, blankets, bibs, car seats, baby carrier, toys (newborn to age 5)
New School Supplies - Backpacks, calculators, notebooks, pens/pencils, SAT flashcards
Gift Cards - Giant Eagle, Wal Mart, Bed Bath & Beyond, Kmart
New Appliances: Washer, Dryer, Refrigerators
Teen Moving Kit: NEW Towels, twin sheet sets (must be in original packaging), kitchen utensils (serving spoons, spatulas, etc.), silverware, mops, brooms, sponges, toolkits, childproofing supplies, fire extinguishers.
New Teen Welcome Kits: Kits can include new items such as toiletries, snacks, towels or washcloths, school supplies, etc. Any item that would make a teen girl or boy feel more at home in an unfamiliar place.
Luggage – suitcases, carry on bags
Ward Home, Inc.
2275 Swallow Hill Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15220
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Ward Home's mission is to train at risk young adults in practical life skills in safe, nurturing environments in order to live independently as effective, contributing members of the community.
Ward Home, Inc. does not discriminate in admissions, the provision of services, referrals, or employment because of race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin, age, or sex. Ward Home is an equal opportunity employer.