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Your generosity makes a difference!

Through different methods of donations, we have only reached $7,500 of our $40,000 goal as of 31 Jan 2024.

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With the help of countless volunteers, we have been able to restore the cemetery to a presentable condition, but there is still much to accomplish. To continue this important work, we are always in need of donations to help offset the costs of maintaining this local treasure. 

These funds directly provide for the operation of the cemetery throughout the year. The money will be used for gasoline, maintenance of our aging equipment, and supplies related to the landscaping and beautification of the cemetery. 

 

 

 

 

 

PayPal donations are also accepted. Please click on the above "Donate" button to be directed to our PayPal page, or simply scan the QR code with your smartphone.

 

Checks made to the "Homestead Cemetery" should be mailed to:

Homestead Cemetery

2257 Main Street

Munhall, PA 15120

Volunteers and supplies are always welcome, as well! Please notify us at homesteadcemetery@gmail.com if you wish to offer your time or supplies to our cause. 

We truly thank you for your patronage.

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We support those who support their Community!

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the Battle of Homestead Foundation
Campbell Education and Community Foundation
Carnegie Library of Homestead
Senator Jay Costa
Former Congressman Mike Doyle
Finishing Trades Institute of Western PA
International Union of Painters & Allied Trades, DC #57
Munhall / Whitaker VFW Post 6673
Park Plumbing
Paws in the Family, LLC
Race Trucking, LLC
R. V. Anderson Funeral Home
Saint Michael's Catholic War Veterans
Savolskis-Wasik-Glenn Funeral Home, Inc.
Steel Valley Military Banner Program
Steel Valley Smiles
Unite Brotherhood of Carpenters, Local #432
United Steelworkers, Local # 1219
University of Pittsburgh Dept. of Library and Information Science
University of Pittsburgh Geographic Information System and Community Data Class
UPMC Charitable Giving Committee
The Valley Mirror

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