March 24, 2020 to July 31, 2020
Please Help Sustain Our Important Work
To date, the JCC
- Gave out 4,800+ Grab & Go Meals to seniors
- Made 2,200+ Telephone Wellness Checks to isolated seniors
- Hosted 340+ Blood Donations at JCC facilities
- Provided 120 per week LIVE and recorded programs and activities on #JCCPGHVirtual
For us to continue supporting your community and providing necessary resources, and to ensure the future of the JCC, we need your help.
The JCC is incurring substantial expenses while our buildings are closed due to Covid-19 pandemic. Membership dues and program fees remain on hold since March 15 and the JCC will require increased community support to sustain our work through this public health crisis and our indefinite suspension of most services
Here’s how you can support the JCC:
- Opt-in to donate your membership fees as a charitable contribution.
Please fill out this FORM.
- To make a one-time or recurring donation to the JCC:
We at the JCC – your JCC – are working hard to respond quickly so that we can continue to provide the community with life sustaining services and you with virtual content to stay engaged.
Our need is critical. Please support us so that we can continue supporting you and our community now and for the years to come.
And as always, take care of yourself and your loved ones, and be well. We look forward to seeing you at the JCC as soon as possible.
We thank you.
Brian Schreiber, President & CEO
William S. Goodman, Board Chair
During the suspension of regular services at the JCC of Greater Pittsburgh, AgeWell at the JCC is pleased to offer Lunch Meals to Go for participants who are already registered in our Senior Center program.* The meals are freshly made and are kosher. Meal pickups will be drive-through only: 11 am and 1 pm Mondays and Wednesdays...
New as of 06/03/20: Vitalant is now testing all blood donations for COVID-19 antibodies. This includes JCC blood drive locations. While a positive antibody test does not mean that someone is immune to COVID-19, it does mean that they may be eligible to donate convalescent plasma and help people who are still recovering from coronavirus...
The JCC Association’s 100 Days of Summer Fitness Challenge is back! Let’s win another one for Pittsburgh! Now, more than ever, it’s critical to stay connected. During these unprecedented times, we need to exercise to help us stay strong and healthy—physically and mentally. Go head-to-head with JCC participants across the continent in your favorite form of exercise....
JCC to Participate in Summer Food Service Program in Squirrel Hill and Monroeville The Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. General Information: This USDA program is locally administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Education The program is open and available for children under the age of 18...