In December, our “A Lasting Legacy” capital campaign committee kicked off the new campaign with a gathering at our Emmaus and Jordan Houses. Committee members toured the homes, mingled with the Emmaus residents, and enjoyed a delicious meal together. Celebrating is what we do best at Emmaus!
Take a peek at our photo scrapbook to see the Emmaus Community mission in action!
Our first annual Emmaus Founders Day was held on October 14, 2012, to celebrate our past and present as a Community. What a great day!
The Emmaus Young Professional Advisory Board hosts special events to support the mission of Emmaus throughout the year. Past events have included Emmaus Pirates Night, Pins for a Purpose, and a “Spread the Word to End the Word” awareness-raising event at BD’s Mongolian Grill.
Each year, the Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh holds its Emmaus Golf Classic in September. Venues have included prestigious courses such as The Club at Nevillewood and Oakmont Country Club.
The annual Kentucky Derby Gala is held each year at Oakmont Country Club. The evening is a great opportunity for everyone to break out their fanciest hats and dancing shoes and celebrate the Derby, Pittsburgh-style!
The 2011 Black & Gold Bash was an evening of food, football, and fun at the Sheraton at Station Square. Emmaus residents, staff, and friends all joined together to cheer on the Steelers and enjoy some tailgate-style food and drinks. Everyone had a blast at this year’s event! We even had a visit from Steely […]
The Annual Emmaus Pentecost Eve Social kicks off with a special Mass, where individuals with intellectual disabilities participate as altar servers, gift bearers, greeters, and readers. Following the service, there is a spaghetti dinner and dance in the church social hall. Everyone always has a great time celebrating together!
At the annual Emmaus Community Seven Springs vacation, residents have the opportunity to relax and enjoy fellowship with one another, while taking in the beauty of Seven Springs. Check out these great photos! There’s always an adventure to be found on our Seven Springs vacation!
Emmaus has been providing services for people with intellectual disabilities for more than twenty years. The Community began as a small, grassroots organization, with one home in Pittsburgh’s South Side neighborhood, and has grown into a well-known and respected provider in the Pittsburgh region.