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).

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