Volunteer Based Programs
J-Serve/J-Serve Steering Committee 2019:
grades 10-12

Hannah Kalson, [email protected]
412-339-5400

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. Last year, more than 300 teens came together in service (one of the largest J-Serve events in North America!), 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!

April 7, 2019

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

The Samuel M. Goldston Teen Philanthropy Project: grades 7-8
[email protected]

Seven workshops exploring a number of non-profit agencies help teens learn how to make the world a better place. Each workshop is tailored to a meaningful topic ranging from Jewish values to budgeting and grant making. Teens make friends from different schools and neighborhoods, allowing them to build a deeper understanding of tzedakah. Meets monthly

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