Now More Than Ever
We were strong before the attack. And we will become stronger together moving forward as a community.
2019 Annual Meeting
Celebrating Community Strength
THURSDAY, SEPT. 5 | 7 P.M. | AUGUST WILSON CENTER
Giving together to help more people.
Bring People Together
Working together to solve complex problems.
Planning together to identify needs.
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The Fund for Victims of Terror is closed, but you can still help through the Community Campaign
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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
The Resiliency Center and how will it help heal our community, with Maggie Feinstein, Resiliency Center Director.Read More
Rabbi Amy Bardack will be outlining the plans and guiding principles for the one year commemoration of October 27.Read More
Did You Hear?
The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh and the Ethiopian National Project (ENP) honored over 600 students of Ethiopian heritage for their dedication and commitment to leadership and community advocacy at a national summit in Jerusalem on June 19. Government officials from various ministries attended the national summit as did Ethiopian-Israeli students from all over the…Read More
As I watched this Friday night magic and even more magic on Saturday, I couldn’t help but think about the One Happy Camper program funded locally by the Papernick Family with additional support from the Jewish Federation’s Centennial Fund for a Jewish Future.Read More
The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh has finalized an agreement to transfer $666,430.55 to help the Muslim community of New Zealand heal from the March 15th attack in Christchurch, New Zealand.Read More
What you can do to stand against extremism that threatens all communities.Read More