Campaign Closes June 15
$13Million of $14 Million Goal0%
$100,000 of $100,000 Match!0%
$46,365 of ADDITIONAL $60,000 Match!0%
An unprecedented crisis calls for an unparalleled response.
With the strength of our donors and volunteers, the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh has responded to the pandemic with speed and urgency.
How We Stay Stronger Together
0+vulnerable households supported with emergency relief
0+consultations with agencies and synagogues to identify immediate needs
0+phone calls to socially isolated seniors
$0+in emergency relief distributed to Federation's partner agencies to cope with escalating needs
$0+in emergency grants and loans to families in immediate need
Our Growing Needs Due to Coronavirus
The Jewish Federation is relying on our generous philanthropic leaders for a record-breaking Community Campaign to ensure the recovery and continued resilience of our community.
0%Community members requesting interest-free loans
0%Home-bound households needing delivery of food assistance
0%Community members requesting food assistance
Everything we do as individuals, as leaders, and as a community will define who we are when this crisis is over.
Connect With Your Community
Did You Hear?
It’s been a difficult and emotional week. A recap of our outreach to the Black community: 1. Our Community Relations Council issued a statement in solidarity with the Black community on Sunday. We are heartbroken by the senseless and unnecessary death of George Floyd at the hands of law enforcement in Minneapolis several days ago.…Read More
Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh Community Relations Council Statement Regarding Riots Sparked by the Killing of George Floyd
We stand with the African American community and all communities of color in mourning the deaths of Mr. Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and countless others who have lost their lives simply because of the color of their skin.Read More
Nine Pittsburgh Organizations Receive $3.86 Million for Cost Related to Anti-Semitic Attack of Oct. 27, 2018
The funding will reimburse the organizations for costs resulting from the anti-Semitic attack on three Jewish congregations on Oct. 27, 2018.Read More
These funds are a combination of campaign and foundation allocations that were reallocated and supplemental donor gifts.Read More
We encourage all Pittsburghers, no matter their race or religion, to persevere and stay safe as we traverse these trying times together.Read More