You’re invited to a behind-the-scenes one-hour tour on Saturday, October 17th, where you can get a first-hand look at our new Voeghtly Street Mission location. You’ll have the opportunity to see what our program, furniture, technology, and appliance needs are and give towards the Capital Campaign.
The new Mission will house the kitchen, dining room, chapel, and men’s emergency shelter, as well as our very first women and children’s shelter! Your support can help us fulfill our needs with items like kitchen appliances, children’s furniture, new bedding, and general costs to finish the campaign. By donating, you’ll have a hand in making history in Pittsburgh and helping us finish the Mission so that the homeless men, women, and children in our community can come to find hope and healing.
Each tour group will be no larger than 15 people and participants will be required to wear masks. If you would rather participate in the event online, don’t worry! We will have a virtual tour video available for you to watch, as well as the opportunity to give right from home.
Sign up using the link below for a timeslot between 9am and 1pm.
Where is the new building located?
The address is 234 Voeghtly Street, Pittsburgh PA 15212. It is near the 16th Street Bridge and Prospect Street, close to River Avenue.
How long is the tour?
We are allowing one hour for each tour, which gives you the opportunity to learn about the plans we have for the new building and see what remaining needs we have in case you would like to give something toward those needs.
Do I have to register?
Yes, please register so that we can keep to our 15-person per tour limit and plan to meet you!
What COVID-19 protocols will you have for the tour?
We are limiting tours to 15 people, and masks and hand sanitizer will be available. We also encourage social distancing.
Where do I park?
Parking will be available at the lot across from the Mission. It is located directly between E. Lacock and River Ave. Signs will be posted at the parking lot.
What should I wear?
We recommend casual clothing and close-toed shoes.
Is the building handicap accessible?
At this time, the building is not handicap accessible. There are stairs leading to the 2nd and 3rd floors. Our elevator is not yet installed.
Will you be serving food?
We will not be serving food, but Rescue Dogs, a food truck benefitting Light of Life, will be on site. Water and coffee will be provided.
What if I am unable to attend but would like to donate?
There are two ways you can participate even if you cannot attend in person:
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