Now More Than Ever
We were strong before the attack.
And we will become stronger together moving forward as a community.
Giving together to help more people.
Bring People Together
Working together to solve complex problems.
Planning together to identify needs.
Remember. Repair. Together.
Honoring the lives lost in the attack on three Pittsburgh synagogues.
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October 27th Attack
Remember who we have lost. Remember to take care of yourself with these community resources.
Events of Interest
Join us to watch the Steelers win before Thanksgiving!Read More
Did You Hear?
This past week has been like a roller coaster for me. On Saturday, I and lots of Pittsburgh teenagers went to the anniversary Havdalah in Beit Shalom synagogue commemorating the October 27, 2018 attack. At the Havdalah, I had the opportunity to meet teenagers who, over the last three months, I got to know from…Read More
Donors to the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh will enable a record $36.8 million in allocations and grants to human services and community-building programs in 2019–20.Read More
A core component of Federation’s work is in the area of government relations and working towards actions at the local, state and federal level that can positively impact our Jewish community.Read More
Yedid Nefesh synagogue in Karmiel, Israel held a memorial event marking one year since the attack on the three congregations housed in the Tree of Life building.Read More
Governor Tom Wolf signed a proclamation declaring Sunday, October 27, 2019, a day of remembrance and ordered state flags to half-staff on the one-year mark of an anti-Semitic attack on the Dor Hadash, New Light, and Tree of Life• Or L’Simcha congregations in their synagogue in Pittsburgh.Read More
Another antisemitic attack, however this one did not work out as the attacker had intended. due to improvements made through The Jewish Agency for Israel’s Security Assistance Fund.Read More