Community in a Time of Distance: Our Covid-19 Response
First, we want to say that we are so grateful to be a Community. Supporting one another through difficult times and knowing that we’re here to catch each other when we fall has been part of our mission from the beginning, and this is no exception.
Thank you to the students of Bishop Canevin High School!
Thank you to all the students from Bishop Canevin High School who worked together to raise $1,250 to support the Emmaus Community!
Now accepting nominations for the 2020 Ken Wagner Award
Know someone who has dedicated their life to helping others? Don’t forget to submit your nominations for the 2020 Ken Wagner Award for Outstanding Service by 2/24/20!
Emmaus Resident Featured in Advocacy Campaign
Check out this new video from Emmaus resident Erin Gannon, who is featured in the new Disability Inclusion & Access: Moving Forward Initiative, sponsored by the Heinz Endowments and FISA Foundation.
Welcoming Communities Invite Emmaus to Break Bread.
Each year, Emmaus is invited to the Great Supper at Faith Bible Baptist Church in Turtle Creek! The Emmaus residents are thrilled to be included in this beautiful community gathering.
Press Release: Bethel Park Journalist Receives Golden Quill Award
Emmaus and Bethel Park resident Erin Gannon was awarded the Golden Quill Award in the Radio/Podcasts category for her video, “She Set Them Free: Retiring Exec’s Role in Improving Life for Disabled,” produced by Unabridged Press.