J-Serve Pittsburgh/J-Serve Steering Committee:
J-Serve Pittsburgh is an annual day of service learning, planned by a teen steering committee and offering a wide array of service opportunities to participants from all over the greater Pittsburgh area. Each year, hundreds of teens come together in service, doing everything from preparing meals for families in need to packing craft kits for patients at Children’s Hospital to cleaning up Squirrel Hill’s streets, and much more. Join us for another amazing year of J-Serve Pittsburgh!
J-Serve 2023 date to be announced soon!
J-Serve Pittsburgh is planned every year by a teen steering committee of dedicated student leaders passionate about giving back to the community through service and growing as activists.
Click HERE to learn more about J-Serve
J-SERVE is a partnership of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh, Repair the World: Pittsburgh, BBYO and the Volunteer Center of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh.
For more information, email Josh Cohen at [email protected].
The Goldston Teen Philanthropy Project: Grades 8-10
The Goldston Teen Philanthropy Project is a program consisting of monthly Wednesday afternoon sessions.
For 8th-10th graders, the Project is focused on philanthropy, social justice, and volunteerism in theory and practice.
Together, a cohort of Pittsburgh teens will:
– Learn about social justice, philanthropy and fundraising through a Jewish lens
– Learn about Judaism, Pittsburgh, and themselves
– Allocate over $10,000 to a local non-profit of their choice!
– Learn to evaluate and read grant proposals from local organizations
– This amazing program is fun, educational, and looks GREAT on college applications! To request more info, please email Director of Teen Leadership, Rebecca Kahn, at [email protected].
The schedule for this program is still being determined, but will take place on afternoons in our Squirrel Hill The Second Floor Teen Center. Snacks will be provided.
Questions? Comments? Email Director of Teen Leadership, Rebecca Kahn at [email protected]
Nazun (Formerly Challah for Hunger)
Shape challah dough into beautiful braids while learning about tikkun olam, food insecurity, and raising money for local food access organizations!
Nazun meets once a month in Squirrel Hill. For more information, email Maria Carson at [email protected].