PITTSBURGH - The 12th annual Walk for the Homeless was held Saturday on the North Shore.
The event, which benefits Light of Life Rescue Mission, was hosted by former Steelers and current sports broadcasters Tunch Ilkin and Craig Wolfley.
Light of Life Rescue Mission is a Christian nonprofit organization that provides poor and homeless men, women and children with recovery programs, and food and shelter.
“We’re in support of the people who make a difference in people’s lives,” said Wolfley.
The 10k walk took participants along the Three Rivers Heritage North Shore Trail.
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