Resolving Conflict & Improving Lives, Since 1996
We have partnered with organizations for 24 years to serve the limited-income community by providing utility assistance and other services that lead to self-sufficiency for more than 10,000 head of household moms. Funding for this program was provided in part by a grant from the POISE Foundation.
We care about you and are working diligently with our partners to try our best to accommodate you during this unfortunate pandemic. Most of our programs have continued to online applications and classes due to COVID-19. Counseling is available via phone only. Food Share and basic need distributions are limited and based on availability. Please leave a detailed message at 412-661-1919 for additional assistance.
Food: Shares snacks, food, drink and meal packages with families, elderly and veterans in need when available.
Clothing distributed to the disadvantaged.
Holiday assistance for children in need.
Emergency Energy Relief Assistance (EERA)
NCM is responsible for the application grant process, intake interview and gathering of pertinent information regarding the applicant and follow up.Click to View Application Guidelines & Process
Studies have shown that financial hardship directly affects academic achievement. Over half of the children in low-income families experience utility disconnections, which eliminates resources, such as electricity for computers, water to maintain good hygiene, enjoy a healthy meal, and having a comfortable and well-lit study environment.
Veteran waiting to be fitted for warm coat
Books: Provides access to valuable reading resources to inspire and improve reading and language skills needed for success.
Backpacks/School supplies: To help students jump-start their education and increase academic success.
KCSA (Kirkland Community Service Award): Scholarship for high school HS graduating seniors dedicated to community service and leadership.
Coats for Warmth