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.
Latest Resources on the
October 27th Attack
Remember who we have lost. Remember to take care of yourself with these community resources.
Events of Interest
In commemoration of the Tree of Life shooting, Classrooms Without Borders is organizing conference titled “Antisemitism, Hate and Social Responsibility.”Read More
Join us to watch the Steelers win before Thanksgiving!Read More
Did You Hear?
It was a fantastic but emotionally challenging Annual Meeting last night. Our FEDTalks addressed personal healing, healing for the helpers and communal healing after a tragedy.Read More
While serving as a Board member should be taken as an honor, it also comes with incredible responsibility. Last night, our Federation Board convened for nearly four hours to better understand their roles as fiduciaries of our organization.Read More
I want to call your attention to an article in the Post-Gazette this week about the community’s one year commemoration of what happened on October 27th. The day provides each of us with the opportunity to do what may be personally meaningful: Torah study, hands on volunteering, prayer, attending the gathering, or not doing any of these things.Read More
A Jewish community commemoration planning committee today announced initial plans for the upcoming one-year commemoration of the lives lost when three Pittsburgh Jewish congregationsRead More
Our Federation established a theme after the October 27th shooting: “Stronger Together”. I know that when organizations work together on common goals, we achieve more.Read More
We are devastated and outraged by the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio this weekend, which resulted in the deaths of at least 29 innocent people.Read More