Gilfillan Farm

South Hills Interfaith Movement (SHIM)

A Partnership

South Hills Interfaith Movement's (SHIM) has been committed to feeding, clothing, and providing services to people in the southern suburban areas of Pittsburgh since 1968.

Produce Donated

  • 3,028 Pounds in 2021

Serving the Community

In 1968 a priest, a rabbi, and a minister joined forces for the greater good, forming an organzation that would impact the southern suburban neighborhoods of Pittsburgh by the hundreds of thousands. Realizing the rising levels of poverty, the South Hills Interfaith Movement (SHIM) was born.

Gilfillan Farm and the Historical Society of Upper St. Clair formed a parternship with SHIM to help with their efforts of feeding people in need. A portion of the Alexander Gilfillan garden is dedicated to growing produce for the SHIM food pantry. Lynn Kister and Sue Wyble, volunteers from Upper St. Clair High School, and Westminster Presbyterian Church are working together to support this effort by tending to the garden. We happily donate a variety of produce including tomatoes, squashes, lettuces, peppers, beans, melons, potatoes, and garlic. In 2021, the volunteers grew and donated 3,028 pounds of produce.

Interested in volunteering? Please contact Sue Wyble at
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