Catholic Charities receives Mellon Foundation grants to assist Ukrainian refugees in Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW — Four Pittsburgh nonprofits with experience helping resettle refugees will receive nearly a half million dollars to assist Ukrainians fleeing their war-torn home country.

The money – about $499,999 – comes from the Richard King Mellon Foundation and will be divided among the Catholic Charities of Pittsburgh, Hello Neighbor, the Holy Family Institute, and Jewish Family and Community Services of Pittsburgh.

Catholic Charities of Pittsburgh will receive $100,000 to provide mental health services, case management and similar services to 50 to 75 refugees.

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