MyWay Mobile Storage of Pittsburgh Participates in REALTORS® Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh Community Service Event

Ed Sickmund, Emily Platts, Jim Jarrett (BHHS), Bob Moncavage, Angel Ivey (BHHS-City Office-Murray Ave), John Petrack, Michelle Schocker, Max Lieberth (HH Fox Chapel) Jason Corna (Edgewater Realty-Murrysville), and Jeff Zirngibl

MyWay Mobile Storage is once again supporting the local realtors association’s Daily Bread event on June 23rd

There’s nothing better than a barbecue to lift everyone’s spirits and create a real sense of community.

—Ed Sickmund

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, July 13, 2022 / — MyWay mobile storage of Pittsburgh was thrilled to rejoin the REAL ESTATE AGENTS® Pittsburgh Metropolitan Association (RAMP) in their community service committee Daily bread an event. The June 23 event aimed to serve lunch to people who are food insecure due to homelessness or underemployment. The food was served in the kitchen of New Hope Methodist Church on the north side of Pittsburgh. The RAMP Community Service Committee provided burgers and hot dogs and MyWay Mobile Storage lit the grill. Volunteers distributed COVID safe meals.

Pastor Bob Maravalli said: “I have helped the homeless cope through the Daily Bread program for over 10 years and this BBQ is the highlight of the year for those in dire need.”

“They are a great team who love getting out into the community and giving back. The Daily Bread program (formerly known as the Northside Congregate Feeding Program) provides a crucial service and we are happy to be able to volunteer for them,” said said Michelle Schocker, agent at Berkshire Hathaway.”RAMP and MyWay are a great team and that’s very important because this has been a very difficult year for so many in our community.”Schocker continued: “Now more than ever, we we have to help our neighbours.”

Ed Sickmund, owner of mobile storage marketplace MyWay and affiliate member of RAMP, said: “Helping the food insecure continues to be important after the worst of the pandemic and now inflation is hitting everyone hard. “. Sickmund continued, “There’s nothing like a barbecue to lift everyone’s spirits and create a real sense of community.”

“The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank estimates that prior to the pandemic, over 14% of our community was food insecure,” commented RAMP Membership Director Jeff Zirngibl. He continued: “These numbers are much higher now. And we’re just happy to help.

Jim Jarrett, president-elect of the Realtor Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh, added, “The Daily Bread program does a terrific job, along with other food programs on the Northside, in making sure hot meals are available every day. days of the week. They have made the necessary adjustments during the pandemic to keep everyone safe.

Emily Platts, a Howard Hanna agent, noted, “Food insecurity, homelessness and underemployment have been challenges our neighbors face year-round, every year. My colleagues at Howard Hanna and I are happy to do our bit.

About The Daily Bread Program of The Union of The United Methodist Church:
The Northside Congregate Feeding Program has been serving meals in the Northside for over a quarter of a century. Over 250,000 quality nutritious meals were served. The address is 114 West North Avenue, Pittsburgh, 15212. Anyone interested in volunteering for the Daily Bread program can apply online. The program serves meals three times a week: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and Sundays from 3:15 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. helps disinfect surfaces. to take the leftovers to other organizations. To become a volunteer, register online at or call the office at 412-231-4900.

About real estate agents® Pittsburgh Metropolitan Association (RAMP):
Since 1911, RAMP has served real estate professionals and the community as Western Pennsylvania’s most effective spokesperson for private property and industry professionalism. RAMP started with 30 members and has since grown to include approximately 2,100 residential and commercial real estate agents. RAMP has remained at the forefront of public policy and member advocacy. With full-time government affairs and education programs, RAMP is uniquely positioned to provide its members with the tools they need to do business successfully and ethically. By shaping legislation and preparing real estate agents to serve their clients more effectively, RAMP has delivered the American Dream to five generations of Pittsburgh-area real estate owners. Visit

About the RAMP Community Committee:
The RAMP Community Service Committee is responsible for engaging with the general public by coordinating public service projects. The activities of this committee provide a service or assistance to less fortunate citizens. The mission is to maintain and enhance RAMP’s image and community awareness through community outreach projects. In addition to feeding the homeless and underemployed, the 2019 calendar includes volunteering at the Light of Life Rescue donation center, Senior Curb Appeal Day. Boys and Girls Club hat/glove/scarf/sock drive and career day.

About MyWay Mobile Storage:
MyWay Mobile Storage is the leading provider of moving and storage solutions and is located in a spacious 25,000 square foot facility in West Mifflin, PA to better serve its customers in the Pittsburgh metro area. They provide quick and easy do-it-yourself moving containers that can be delivered right to your doorstep and stored in their secure, climate-controlled storage facilities. MyWay Mobile Storage is an affiliate member of RAMP and marketplace owner Ed Sickmund received the 2011 Affiliate of the Year award. Sickmund and MyWay Mobile Storage are also involved in the National Association of Productivity Professionals and the organization, Business Networking International, Veterans Place of Washington Boulevard and the Southwestern Communities Chamber of Commerce.

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