Activities & Events

Holiday and Special Events

Project Destiny hosts an annual Christmas Luncheon for families, a Valentine's Party and an Easter Egg Hunt. During the year we offer a number skill building workshops such as financial literacy and informational presentations of interest to both children and adults.

Easter Party

Field Trips

International Conservation Centern (ICC); Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium

We visit the ICC several times a year and host a variety of events and retreats. There is a a pre-camp staff training, a week away overnight camp, and an end of camp celebration for parents, friends and families. We are very grateful to the staff at the ICC for their help and assistance in making these programs a success.

Other field trips

During the year we offer a number of family field trips to cultural events and other venues through Tickets for Kids. We also take families and youth bowling and skating, as well as a number of other fun outings.

Community Events

Our staff participated in the 7th Annual Women’s Walk for Peace sponsored by the Northside Coalition for Fair Housing.

Reception for Chief McLeay

Project Destiny hosted a meet and greet for Chief McLay on Friday December 19th. Lisa Sylvestry (pictured her) from WPXI covered the event which was the 3rd in a series of meetings with Pittsburgh residents to have a conversation with incoming Police Chief. The event was sponsored by The Black Political Empowerment Project (B-PEP), the Alliance for Police Accountability (APA) & The North Side Pastors Alliance in partnership with African American Women for Political Change (AAWPC), the Black & White Reunion (BWR), and Black Women for Positive Change, Operation Better Block, The Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh and The Western PA Black Political Assembly (WPBPA). Chief McLay (pictured with Brenda J. Gregg and Scott Hollander) shared his initial thoughts on Pittsburgh versus his previous locations, his vision for policing in Pittsburgh, and plans for the future in improving community-police relations. Chief McLay introduced his command staff and then the floor was opened up to questions, suggestions and recommendations from the audience.