PITTSBURGH, Pa., Nov. 22, 2019 – Mountain View Apartments in Pittsburgh this week hosted a “Feed the Children – No Hunger Holidays” event spearheaded by Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smith of the Pittsburgh City Council and event partners Feed Our Students and TrueSense. The community engagement program marked the first time Pittsburgh District 2 has been chosen as a Feed the Children food distribution site.
All families residing at Mountain View Apartments, and nearly 120 families with students attending the adjacent Pittsburgh Langley K-8 School, received vouchers for a 25-pound box of food and a 15-pound box of essentials, as well as books and additional donated items. More than 400 vouchers were distributed.
Pictured at the event (L-R) are Councilwoman Kail-Smith, Feed Our Students Founder Steven DelVitto and Mountain View Property Manager Jeff Peterson, with a Mountain View Apartments resident.
According to Feed the Children, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, more than 15 million households in the U.S. are dealing with food insecurity. Feed the Children’s mission is “to create a world where no child goes to bed hungry.”
“Our sincere thanks to all those who made today’s Feed the Children food distribution program a reality here in Pittsburgh,” said Peterson. “For the staff at Mountain View, it was wonderful to be a part of this very special event.”
Located at 1592 Crucible Street, Mountain View is a 281-unit affordable housing rental community owned and operated by affiliates of Tryko Partners, a private equity investment group based in Brick, N.J. Tryko Partners owns more than 7,200 residential units, including affordable, market-rate and age-restricted properties.