United States of America

North America

Welcome to Project Love Coalition!
As a unique organization which encourages diverse community partnerships we are dedicated to the universal spread of love in our great work of uplifting fallen humanity. Project Love Coalition encourages all people of all faiths and cultures to become part of our unique collaborative initiatives to serve those veterans who are now in need. At Project Love Coalition:

  • We aim to provide affordable healthy housing to homeless veterans and their families. Additionally, we seek to provide a welcoming space which honors and provides support services those who have served our country while connecting veterans with other community residents and veterans affairs pipelines that enable them to be workforce assets and leaders in neighborhood sustainability.
  • We are a grassroots organization which brings veterans and other community residents together to use arts to improve and build an inclusive, sustainable community where peace, dignity and a sense of belonging are among our top priorities. Project Love Coalition aims to create social and economic opportunities that include veterans.
  • We welcome all to participate regardless of belief, nationality, age, or gender. Project Love Coalition was originally started by a group of Americans in the Hill District and Homewood community sectors of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Please help Project Love Coalition in its humanitarian mission to help the poor and vulnerable. Your generous consideration of any gifts that we receive from the website will go towards support to cover costs of our community outreach to those who are homeless or struggling with hunger. We will keep all donors informed of our progress. We are grateful for your support. Project Love Coalition is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. For other ways to donate. Click here Your generosity is greatly appreciated.


U.S. Service Men & Women

U.S. Military Armed Forces

"Giving Our Nations Veterans In Need A Hand Up"

SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN

60%
VETERANS REPORT THAT ONE OF THEIR BIGGEST CHALLENGES IS EXPLAINING HOW THEIR MILITARY EXPERIENCE TRANSLATES TO SKILLS EMPLOYERS ARE INTERESTED IN.

33%
OF HOMELESS MALES IN THE U.S. ARE VETERANS

ABOUT US