AMPD Group reopened the kitchen doors of its Steel Cactus restaurant in Bethel Park to prepare 600 to 800 meals using donated food items from the company’s other locations, while closely following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines and regulations.

OHM is also providing a virtual diaper delivery, food box delivery, CSA delivery for those who are immune-compromised, and children’s games and activities for pickup and delivery. Meal deliveries can be requested by calling or texting Jamie at 412-334-8631 between 5 p.m. the night before and 7 a.m. on the day of delivery. Emergency packs can be requested at any time. To volunteer or make a donation, call 412-334-8631 or email


The Troy Hill eatery is moving a majority of its carryout items to a Pay-What-You-Can model. There are prepared foods, which are divided into Heat Me and Eat Me and Keep Me Cool sections, bakery products, meats and produce. Dairy and beer must be priced as listed.

If you have the ability to pay, fill out whatever you feel is a fair amount in the tip section as you check out. For those who are saving their money, just place the order as you normally would and pick it up; no questions will be asked.

5 Generation Bakers

The bakery behind Pittsburgh’s favorite Jenny Lee Swirl Bread, is shipping four free loaves of mini-wheat slider bread anywhere in the country. All they ask is that you pay for shipping.

Bethel Bakery

Bethel Bakery has donated 180 loaves of fresh-baked Italian and homemade bread to the South Hills Interfaith Movement (SHIM) to help feed families who are struggling in the wake of COVID-19.

SHIM continues to offer essential programs and services, including their three food pantries and utility assistance, to help people in need get back on their feet. Anyone in need of urgent assistance during this crisis can contact SHIM’s main office at 412-854-9120 and select the extension for the appropriate staff person or visit their website.

The organization is asking citizens to join its #RestockOurPantryChallenge and donate money to ensure their food pantries can meet the increased demand during this critical time and that they can continue to provide case management services and financial assistance for other pressing needs.