Ursuline Senior Services…
helping older adults age with dignity.
"Does your life have purpose? The question entered my mind a few weeks ago while reading an article in the Pittsburgh Post- Gazette about 94-year-old Ed Schultz, a Forest Hills resident who just happens to be my wife's great-uncle."
Ursuline Senior Services is proud to be able to display this Seal of Excellence awarded by the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations (PANO). Read More
Ursuline Senior Services is pleased to congratulate board member Scott Pipitone, founder and president of the Pipitone Group, for being named the first Small Business Community Hero by Direct Energy and Pittsburgh Magazine.
The award recognized Mr. Pipitone's dedication to community investment and revitalization as demonstrated both through his personal contributions as well as his Observatory Hillbased integrated marketing communications firm's commitment to helping dozens of area nonprofits advance their missions to help others. Read more.
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In October 2008, the agency Executive Director Anthony Turo and Director of Volunteer Services Karen Miller Tobin were guests of the local CTV weekly talk show "A Nickols' Worth" and its host Dr. Mitchell Nickols. The venue afforded the opportunity to share the emerging needs facing more and more of our senior neighbors along with the good work that Ursuline is striving to expand and make more available every day to those we are here to serve. Watch Video