How to Help

Donations

Donations made to the Fund for Victims of Terror will go directly to those in need. Please, remember to check if your employer matches contributions.

Consider increasing your commitment to the Community Campaign which is the first line of support within our community.

The Federal Order of Police has set up a fund at the Pittsburgh Police Credit Union to help the officers who were injured in the synagogue shooting. It's called the Injured Officers' Fund.

Send Condolences

You can send cards and letters of condolence and support to the families in care of the Jewish Federation that will be delivered to the synagogue.

Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh
234 McKee Place
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Submit Your Own Letter of Support: Jewish Family & Community Services is compiling letters to bereaved and injured families. The letter you submit will be compiled in books and shared with each family. Join in.

Volunteer Your Time

There are a few opportunities to volunteer your time, contact David Chudnow at dchudnow@jfedpgh.org or 412-992-5209.

Donate Items or Services

If you have items or services that you would like to contribute, contact Joel Schwarz at jschwarz@jfedpgh.org or 412-992-5218. If you'd like to knit/sew/crochet toys, hats, scarves, pillows or other comfort items they can be sent to Federation to be allocated at a later date.

Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh
234 McKee Place
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Donate Blood

Donating blood is a great free way to help out in the upcoming weeks.

O-positive, O-negative and platelet donations are needed most, but existing and first-time donors with all blood types are welcomed, according to Vitalant, formerly Central Blood Bank.

People who are as young as 16 (with parental consent), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in general good health may be eligible to donate blood, according to Vitalant.

American Red Cross will also be holding a blood drive inside the William Pitt Building at the University of Pittsburgh on Friday from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Appointments are required at www.redcrossblood.org. Use the code PITT.

Don't Live Near Pittsburgh?

The entire American Jewish community has been shaken by this event. Any help to your local Jewish community will be a great show of support in these trying times.

Remember the Victims

List of Hebrew Names of the Victims:
Joyce Feinberg - Yiddis Bultcha bat Aba Menachem, hy”d.
Jerry Rabinowitz - Yehudah Ben Yechezkel, hy”d
David Rosenthal - Dovid Ben Eliezer, hy"d
Cecil Rosenthal - Chaim Ben Eliezer, hy"d
Irving Younger - Yitzchok Chaim ben Menachem, hy"d
Dan Stein - Daniel Avrom ben Baruch, hy"d
Rose Mallinger - Raizel bas Avrohom, hy"d
Richard Gottfried - Yosef Ben Chaim, hy”d
Bernice Simon - Beila Rochel bas Moshe, hy"d
Sylvan Simon - Zalman Shachna Ben Menachem Mendel, hy”d
Mel Wax - Moshe Gadol Ben Yosef, hy”d

Share Your Experiences

The Heinz History Center is collecting digital images, sound and film recordings, social media, typed recollections, and other digital content relating to the events at Tree of Life, as well as memorials, rallies and community gatherings around the world. Help the Rauh Jewish History Program & Archives document your experience.

Stronger Together on Facebook

Stronger Together on FacebookThere is a “Stronger Together” Facebook profile image frame available for your use if you feel so inclined.

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