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Who We Support

Your giving helps people in need and Pittsburghers seeking to connect with Jewish life

We support these people through a network of Jewish agencies

Two Yeshiva Schools Students Playing Chess

Yeshiva Schools

Preschool – Grade 12, affiliated with Lubavitch movement.

Two Women Hugging and Laughing

Jewish Residential Services

Providing housing and support services for people with mental and physical disabilities. Howard Levin Clubhouse – vocational training and supportive social environment for adults with mental illness.

JCC Members in Fitness Class

Jewish Community Center

Offering social, cultural and religious programs for all age groups and segments of Jewish community in Squirrel Hill and South Hills locations. Preschool, fitness and wellness, Jewish summer camp (Emma Kaufmann Camp – overnight; James and Rachel Levinson Day Camp), activities for children and adults with special needs, and much more.

Immigrant Family Playing at Park

Jewish Family and Community Services

Social, psychological and employment services provider for Greater Pittsburgh area, not limited to Jewish community. Offering counseling for all age groups; case management for adoption, elder care and immigration; Career Development Center; Squirrel Hill Food Pantry.

Elderly People Laughing

Jewish Association On Aging

Providing residential and outreach services for Pittsburgh’s Jewish seniors. The Charles Morris Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (skilled nursing care, in/out-patient physical therapy), Weinberg Village and Weinberg Terrace (assisted living facilities), and Kosher meals on wheels.

University Students Eating Cookies

The Edward and Rose Berman Hillel Jewish University Center

Providing social, educational, cultural and religious programs for more than 3,000 Jewish college students across Pittsburgh’s universities.

Hillel Academy Students on Mitzvah Day

Hillel Academy

Preschool – Grade 12, affiliated with Orthodox movement.

Community Day School Students at Computers

Community Day School

Age 3 – Grade 8, for students from all Jewish backgrounds.

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