Find up-to-date news about Casa San Jose’s work in the different media outlets of the Greatest Pittsburgh Region and the State of Pennsylvania.
July 22, 2020
“If we want to make Pittsburgh a welcoming city, we have to create outlets for our immigrant community to get accurate information in order to create more inclusivity and encourage civic and social engagement,” said Monica Ruiz, executive director of Pittsburgh Latinx community advocacy group Casa San Jose. Read more here.
June 26, 2020
“Latino and immigrant advocacy and community organization Casa San Jose received a grant of $25,000, to be distributed over the course of two years, to support general operations, and long-term sustainability.” Read more here.
March 02, 2020
“Casa San Jose launched a one-day event from the gymnasium at St. Catherine of Siena Church […] with more than 50 volunteers who agreed to endure the rejection and disappointment of door-knocking for a good cause — raising awareness about the importance of the U.S. census.” Read more here.
January 13, 2020
“Casa San Jose began five years ago under the guidance of Sister Janice Vanderneck. Originally from Indiana, Pa., the Catholic nun had lived in the Amazon for many years, working with indigenous peoples.” Read more here.