Posts Tagged ‘super featured’

Cardozo Society Passover Luncheon

Passover Seder Plate Items

Please join us for a Passover luncheon, hosted by the Cardozo Society of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, and sponsored by Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. Join us for a catered lunch*, and spend time with other attorneys from throughout the Pittsburgh area. Cardozo Society membership is not required. All attorneys are…

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Ira and Nanette Gordon Professional Achievement Award Reception

The Ira and Nanette Gordon Professional Achievement Award inspires communal service on behalf of our community by recognizing an outstanding community professional early in his or her career. This year’s recipient is Becca Hurowitz Associate Campaign and Missions Director Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh  Becca was selected as the 2019 Gordon Award recipient because she…

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Stop The Bleed Training

Stop the Bleed

The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh is pleased to offer free training to the community. Please join the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh’s Security Director, Brad Orsini, for this hands on training from UPMC Trauma Surgeons. Stop the Bleed is a national awareness campaign and call-to-action that is intended to cultivate grassroots efforts that encourage…

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Jewish and Sikh Community Gathering: Stronger Together

Community Gathering

Please join us for a community gathering with the Jewish and Sikh Community at the Pittsburgh Sikh Gurdwara. Experience the opportunity to share prayer, food, reflections, and solidarity with our Sikh and Jewish brothers and sisters. Want to join us? Great! Please read this “Welcome to the Gurdwara” guide on respectful attire and conduct at…

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Knowledge & Nosh: Women’s Lunch Break to Educate

Knowledge and Nosh

Featuring Bar Gissin, Executive Director, The Movement for Public Journalism Gissin will discuss social change through journalism. The Movement for Public Journalism is an Israeli grassroots social movement set against the background of the crisis in public confidence in the media. The Movement is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan organization whose goal is to create quality journalism…

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E3: Birthday-In-A-Bag

E3: Empowered, Educated & Engaged

Join the ladies of E3 for an evening of service with Beverly’s Birthdays. Together, we will create pre-assembled bags filled with all of the necessary items to host a small birthday celebration that will be distributed to the JFCS Food Pantry and other families-in-need. Appetizers will be provided. Couvert is $20. Please RSVP by Friday,…

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Lion Lunch & Learn #2

Lion of Judah Lunch and Learn

Join us for our next Lion of Judah Lunch and Learn! Take part in a thought-provoking discussion on Won’t You Be My Neighbor? presented by Rabbi Ron Symons. LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR AS YOURSELF…ESPECIALLY NOW! A hopeful conversation about redefining “neighbor” from a geographical term to a moral concept. To RSVP, contact Rachel Lipkin at 412.992.5227…

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I-Volunteer with Brother’s Brother

Good Deeds Day Pittsburgh

Join this young adult I-Volunteer event as we help out at Brother’s Brother sorting medical supplies. I-Volunteer is a collaboration organized by the Jewish Federation’s Volunteer Center. The Friendship Circle partners with Shalom Pittsburgh, Repair the World and Moishe House to encourage young adults between the ages of 18 and 45 of all abilities to…

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Conversations That Count: Community Leadership in Difficult Times

Conversations That Count

$10 admission includes light hors d’oeuvres and refreshments. Dietary laws observed. Featuring leaders from the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh… Todd Rosenfeld, Men’s Philanthropy Chair Randal Whitlatch, Men’s Philanthropy Co-Chair Steve Latterman, Shofar Society Chair Please contact Michelle Weisbord with any questions at 412.992.5253 or Conversations that Count is a program of the Men’s…

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