Pittsburgh Unity Fair Offers Help for All Working Families

by on October 5th, 2015
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Unemployment isn’t just a personal problem, it’s a community problem. Are you out of work, facing a lay-off, or under-employed? Do you know someone who is? The Pennsylvania Wants to Work! Resource, Jobs and Unity Fair can connect you with information, help, and support.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Noon to 3:00 p.m.

Lunch at 1:30


Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers

10 South 19th Street, Pittsburgh – South Side neighborhood, Near Giant Eagle


A dynamic community event for the whole family.

Kickoff a national week of action for jobs and solidarity with the unemployed.

Rally for JOBS NOW.

Meet with others to discuss your concerns

Connect with resources for unemployed workers and their families

Act on critical issues to bring real change for working families.

· Fun · Music · Food · Networking · Kids’ Activities

The following community partners will be on hand:

Operating Engineers Apprenticeship Program

Alliance for American Manufacturing

World Class Industrial Networks

Veterans Vocational Services

PA Health Access Network: Consumer support, advocacy for state and federal healthcare issues

We Are One Coalition

United Way of Allegheny County: Helpline, info linking to a range of resources

Just Harvest: Earned Income Tax credit, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

One Pittsburgh

Carnegie Library

North Hills Community Outreach

Reading is FUNdamental

Family Foundations

Pgh Black Nurses in Action

Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank: Produce to People and information about the Food Bank

Military Order of the Purple Heart

Goodwill, Working America

Guerilla Eye Services – University of Pittsburgh Department of Ophthalmology


Rebuilding the Dream

Allegheny County Health Dept Mobil Unit

and more.

Working families did not cause the downturn in the economy, but they’re the ones picking up the tab — and the struggle is even more difficult for unemployed Americans and their families. Some in our country are getting huge tax breaks while the budget burden is breaking the backs of working families, job seekers, and those least able to afford it.

Pennsylvania Wants to Work

is a project of the PA AFL-CIO, Allegheny County Labor Council, and Working America.


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