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Goldston Teen Philanthropy

 

JOIN A GROUP OF FUTURE JEWISH TEEN CHANGEMAKERS AND LEADERS TO GIVE AWAY $10,000 TO YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY!

Goldston Teen Philanthropy

The Samuel M. Goldston Teen Philanthropy project is for Jewish 8th-10th graders who want to make a positive impact in the greater Pittsburgh community. In just 6 sessions, beginning in February, Goldston participants will become engaged community leaders by learning about Tikkun Olam, how to assess community needs, and what matters most to them. We will learn how to activate these skills and values in our everyday lives, and into our futures as engaged Jewish leaders.

Goldston will take place over 6 sessions from February through May. Dates for the 2023 year are:

Wednesday, February 15th

Wednesday, March 1st

Wednesday, March 15th

Wednesday, April 19th

Wednesday, May 3rd

Wednesday, May 24th

All sessions will be held in the Second Floor Teen Center from 4-5:30pm. Snacks will be provided.

Apply for the 2023 Goldston Teen Philanthropy Cohort here.

To request more info and ask questions, email Rebecca Kahn, Director of Teen Leadership, at [email protected]

Contributions are matched through a generous grant from Edward and Linda Goldston (z’l) in memory of their son, Samuel.

Contact Rebecca Kahn

General Contact- Samuel M. Goldston Teen Philanthopy

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