Grant Recipients

Thanks to community members like you, our thrift store is thriving. But our dream from the beginning was always to be more than a store.

That dream is baked right into our mission statement: “Invest our proceeds into living wage jobs and ultimately grants to strengthen and accelerate neighborhood organizations and initiatives”. After only two years in business, we’re proud to be able to realize that part of our mission even sooner than we planned.

Second Harvest’s 2022 Community Development Grant Recipients

These grants are funded in their entirety by revenue from our thrift store sales, which has exceeded our projections for 2022. We’re proud to be able to reinvest these profits in our community and to help our grantee organizations flourish.



The Patsy Grable Burke Memorial Grant
Camp GuyasutaOur grant will purchase necessities to support the over 32,000 people including scouts, schools, community organizations, and the general public who utilize the camp each year.

The Wilma Stoebener Memorial Grant
Sharpsburg Neighborhood OrganizationOur grant will reinforce and expand free access to the community owned wi-fi system in the business district.

The Sharpsburg Community Library
A branch of the Cooper-Siegel Community Library, The Sharpsburg Community Library will use our grant to offer a full range of adaptive tools, including adaptive art supplies, fidgets and sensory furniture supplements to help children, enrolled in their youth programs, who struggle with focusing and manual dexterity.

Fox Families Care
Our grant will help bridge the gap between the needs and resources of children and families in the Fox Chapel Area School District.

Backpack For Hunger
Our grant will help prevent weekend hunger for children living in the Fox Chapel Area School District.

Sharpsburg Borough Police Department
Our grant will help to purchase first aid kits and AED supplies for the Borough.

Sharpsburg Family Worship
Back to School Block Party
Our grant will help to purchase backpacks and school supplies for students in our community.