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Participants in Best Buddies’ Ambassadors Leadership Program receive training in speech writing and public speaking so they can become advocates for those with IDD and the Best Buddies programs. They'll learn the necessary tools to help spread awareness to eliminate the use of hurtful words such as "retard" from everyday language and ultimately create opportunities for others with IDD to socialize and become more involved in their communities. After completing training, Ambassadors can speak to local legislators and Best Buddies chapters, train others with IDD, and work at recruitment fairs and other Best Buddies events.

132 South 17th Street
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

ASSET draws science class out of textbooks and places it squarely into student hands in the form of educational experiments and a curriculum designed to motivate student interest in the subject. In addition to promoting a deeper interest, hands-on scientific learning employs critical-thinking skills that can foster lifelong learning. ASSET currently works with 150,000 students in 140 Pennsylvania school districts to increase their exposure to science education. However, ASSET is still in need of donations to fund a kit of mentally stimulating science materials for a class of 30 elementary and middle school students in the Pennsylvania school system. Kits contain enough science materials for children to conduct between 9 and 12 weeks of scientific experiments and investigations.

2403 Sidney St
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

By encouraging everyone to participate in outdoor recreational activities, Venture Outdoors promotes Pittsburgh’s unique natural amenities, highlights the region’s excellent quality of life, fosters a greater appreciation for the environment, inspires an active lifestyle and creates a shared sense of community.

33 Terminal Way
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

A Pittsburgh, PA nonprofit specializing in leadership development. 4th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership and Diversity Awards, Fri. Jan. 14, 5:30 PM, Heinz Field.

33 Terminal Way
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Dr. Dennis Hurwitz and the team of skinsmiths at Hurwitz Center for Rejuvenation rewind face clocks to an earlier time with a dizzying array of skin-revitalizing treatments. During the doctor-supervised microdermabrasion treatment, a steady-handed aesthetician removes the outermost layer of skin, revealing a face that's as brilliant as a glow-in-the-dark copy of The Republic. The exfoliating technology can stimulate collagen production, fade fine lines and scars, even out skin tone, and give faces enough confidence to play hide-and-seek with the Invisible Man. Meanwhile, 20 units of Botox injected into the facial muscles behind crow's-feet or frown lines can calm nerve impulses, relaxing wrinkles and leaving faces smooth and sleek.

3109 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Individuals living with chronic kidney disease face a heightened risk of sudden kidney failure, an emergency requiring immediate medical attention. The more quickly kidney failure can be diagnosed and treated, the higher the likelihood of survival. Medical-alert jewelry, customized to display each individual's health condition, can aid medical professionals should they need to administer emergency kidney treatment but cannot communicate with the patient. The National Kidney Foundation Serving the Alleghenies relies on donations to be able to provide medical-alert jewelry to patients in need.

3109 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh,
PA
US