Looking for ways to help during the coronavirus outbreak? Pittsburgh organization One Minute’s got you covered.
Photo courtesy of Tony Duff.
If you’ve been looking for ways to support the local economy and help those in need throughout these trying times, you should check out One Minute. One Minute, a Pittsburgh organization that aims to help artists share their stories, is hosting a unique fundraiser for the Pittsburgh Food Bank. Jessica Buchman, Pittsburgh artist and founder of One Minute, has gathered a coalition of local artists to donate their time and talents for a raffle. If you donate a minimum $5.00 to the Pittsburgh Food Bank through One Minute, you can win a variety of prizes from these artists including photo shoots, studio rentals, dance classes, and more. My personal favorite is the bundle of custom stickers from female-owned business, She Papery. All proceeds go to the Pittsburgh Food Bank, and $1.00 will provide five meals. That means you can feed 25 people for the price of a Starbucks drink! Watch the video below for more and check out @one_m1nute_ on Instagram for all the details. Together, we can get through this.