Women's Philanthropy

Women's Impact

When we give in our own names we increase our credibility and agency as leaders and policy makers.

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Why Women's Philanthropy?

Women's Philanthropy

It's Personal

When you give a gift in your own name, you demonstrate the importance of tzedakah to you.

Women's Philanthropy

It's Eternal

You demonstrate women’s dedication to and acceptance of responsibility for the needs of the global Jewish community.

Women's Philanthropy

It's Empowering

You prove that women are knowledgeable philanthropists who understand how to exercise their power to make a difference through giving.

Women's Philanthropy

It's You

You inspire others with the fiscal evidence of the influence women exert as full partners and decision makers in the family, the community, and among the Jewish People.

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Women's Philanthropy

Leadership

Dr. Susan G. Berman Kress

Women's Philanthropy Chair

Jane M. Rollman

Women's Philanthropy Co-Chair

Rachel Lipkin

Women's Philanthropy Director
(412) 992-5276
rlipkin@jfedpgh.org

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rlipkin@jfedpgh.org

(412) 992-5227