Small Seeds Development, Inc.
Supporting, Strengthening, and Sustaining Families to Build Strong and Safe Communities.
About Small Seeds Development, Inc.
Small Seeds Development, Inc. (SSDI) has provided social services and educational support in the Pittsburgh metro area since 1999. SSDI started with one program, Mother to Son, and in the past 17 years, has quadrupled their programming and the size of their budget to $1.5 million and 4 distinct programs. The organization's goal is to provide economic prosperity, promote social well-being, and strengthen the family unit. The families we serve reside in over 33 neighborhoods and are enrolled in 21 schools and 13 school districts within the city of Pittsburgh and Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties. Each year, SSDI provides intensive and critical services to families and youth. We provide direct services to over 1,500 families, 2,300 children, 800 teens, and 450 young adults annually in order to combat violence, sustain and support families, and provide opportunity to families and youth so that they can thrive.
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