Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank To Close 15 Pantries
The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank will close 15 food pantries next month because of funding cuts.
The CEO says the food bank saw $400,000 in funding cuts this year.
Food bank officials say no community will be without food access.
The closing pantries are:
McKees Rocks Terrace, Ohioview Senior Hi-Rise FP and Pleasant Ridge Community (McKees Rocks); Bernice Crawley Manor Highrise and Glen Hazel Tenant Council (Hazelwood); K. Leroy Irvis Towers and The Legacy Food Pantry (Hill District); Arlington Heights Food Pantry (South Side); Carrick Regency Food Pantry (Carrick); Harrison Village Food Pantry (McKeesport); Helping Hand Food Pantry (Braddock); Homewood North Food Pantry (Homewood); Millvue Acres (Clairton); Pressley Street Hi-Rise Food Pantry (North Side); and West Mifflin Manor Food Pantry (West Mifflin).