The 2021 Great PUCS Serve-A-Thon

Pittsburgh Urban Christian School

$51,789

515 supporters

$50,000 goal

Team Members

Simon and Lily

$4,025

33 supporters

Cecily (Taylor)

$1,945

63 supporters

Matthew and Emma

$2,880

16 supporters

Graham, Eden, Jamir & Mya

$2,850

11 supporters

Samuel and Noah

$1,360

22 supporters

Bea

$2,700

9 supporters

Ben and Cassie

$890

23 supporters

Søren and Davita

$1,260

16 supporters

Juliet

$1,200

16 supporters

Brogan, Declan, and Erlina Mae

$1,840

10 supporters

Catriona & Rannoch

$1,055

17 supporters

Norah and Stella

$1,775

10 supporters

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Pittsburgh Urban Christian School

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Story

It's a service project!

On Friday, May 7th, we will gather as we have in years past to serve the Wilkinsburg community. We are dedicated to creation care: collecting trash before it enters our waterways and caring for our neighbors through public gardens and beautiful community spaces. Our long-time Community Partners will join us and guide our service projects. They include Nine Mile Run and Watershed Association, Covenant Fellowship Reformed Presbyterian, the Sleeping Octopus, and the Community Forge, just to name a few. Watch our students' caring hearts in action!

It's a fundraiser!

God provided abundantly for our school in 2020 and we will continue to trust Him for our future! We hope to raise $50,000 this year through community donations and an additional $50,000 through Corporate Sponsors. Where does all this hard work go? The Serve-A-Thon is a large part of our annual budget. Donations will again be utilized to fund over 60% of our students via scholarships, a potential summer academy for students needing extra assistance after an unsettled year, and provide needed classroom supplies. This year we are striving to increase our impact!

Join us in our mission to cultivate caring hearts & curious minds!

Visit www.PUCS.org for more information about our school!

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