Soccer in the Community holding food, toy drive to help its members

Soccer in the Community holding food, toy drive to help its members
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PITTSBURGH — A local non-profit that provides free soccer and lifestyle coaching to children from inner city neighborhoods is holding a nonperishable food and toy drive - and they could use your help.

Pittsburgh Soccer in the Community is looking to help the members of its organization who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic due to significant loss of family income.

Here are some of the items they’re requesting:

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  • Nonperishable food items such as canned goods, dry goods (ie pasta and beans) and bottled drinks
  • Books for children, toys, board games and old gaming consoles

Please sterilize any donated items and drop them off at The Neighborhood Academy Athletic Facility between 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Friday April 24th, April 27th or Friday May 1st.

  • Address: 709 North Aiken Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206)

Donations should be left in front of the Pittsburgh Soccer in the Community office.

To make a financial donation, click here.

Our 11 Cares sponsor, Gateway Health, is a proud sponsor of Pittsburgh Soccer in the Community.

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