Partners + Community

The following organizations generously support the JCC:

 

The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh is at the heart of Jewish giving, ensuring that your commitment reaches near and far, to address critical needs and build a strong vibrant Jewish community for the future.

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JCC Association is the continental umbrella organization for the Jewish Community Center Movement, which includes more than 350 JCCs, YM-YWHAs, and camp sites in the U.S. and Canada. JCC Association supports the largest network of Jewish early childhood centers and Jewish summer camps in North America.

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Jewish Healthcare Foundation fund programs that support and spread efforts to improve patient safety and healthcare quality and respond to the health-related needs of elderly, underprivileged, indigent and under-served persons throughout Western Pennsylvania.

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As the community’s fundraiser, United Way of Allegheny County streamlines the process of getting dollars to agencies that are impacting critical community needs. Each year, thousands of individuals in hundreds of workplace campaigns find help or give help through United Way. United Way ensures maximum community impact and optimal donor value through high standards of organizational excellence and efficiency, expertise in identifying and addressing community needs, and rigorous review and monitoring of non-profit partners.

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UPMC Health Plan, owned by UPMC, one of the nation’s top-ranked health systems, is part of an integrated health care delivery system that partners with UPMC and community network providers to improve clinical outcomes as well as the health of the greater community.

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Healthways SilverSneakers® Fitness Program is a fun, energizing program that helps older adults take greater  control of their health by encouraging physical activity and offering social events. Health plans  offer the award- winning program to people who are eligible for Medicare or to group retirees.

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Silver&Fit® is a fitness and healthy aging program designed to help you achieve better health through regular exercise. The Silver&Fit Programs include membership at a local participating fitness facility, Web site resources and support from Silver&Fit’s toll-free member services hotline and Web site. Additional features may also be included based on your Silver&Fit membership.

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Highmark, one of the largest health insurers in the United States, provides millions of people in Western Pennsylvania with the security of quality health insurance. Highmark’s mission is to provide access to affordable, quality health care enabling individuals to live longer, healthier lives.

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PNC is a highly diversified and growing financial services organization spanning the retail, business and corporate markets.

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Squirrel Hill Health Center is a comprehensive primary healthcare center based in Pittsburgh, PA. SHHC’s doctors provide the highest quality medical care to everyone in our community, regardless of their income level or insurance status.

AgeWell Pittsburgh offers a one-stop resource that links older adults, their family members, friends and caregivers to solutions for issues related to aging. Services are provided without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, ancestry, religious creed, disability or age.

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AgeWell Pittsburgh is supported in part by the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh and the United Way
of Allegheny County. Additional funding is provided by The Fine Foundation, The Pittsburgh Foundation, and an anonymous donor. Government support is provided by the Area Agency on Aging, Department of Human Services, Allegheny County.

AgeWell Pittsburgh is a collaborative program of the Jewish Association on Aging, the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh and Jewish Family & Children’s Service.

American Jewish Museum is supported in part by the Allegheny Regional Asset Board, the Anna L. Caplan & Irene V. Caplan

Fund of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, the Robert C. and Gene B. Dickman Fund, Ira and Nanette Gordon Curator Enrichment Fund, Ed ward N. and Jane Haskell Endowment Creative Projects Fund, the Nancy Bernstein and Robert Schoen Fund, the Speyer Family Foundation Endowment Fund, Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts, and individual support.

Basketball programs are supported in part by the Allen “Ace” Aizenberg Basketball Fund, the Jock Rosenberg Fund, the Larry Ruttenberg Fund and the Shapera Endowment Fund.

Clubhouse After-School Program is supported in part by the Massey Charitable Trust. Additional support is provided by the Curtis & Joelle Krasik and Scott & Laurie Krasik After School Care Fund.

Early Childhood Development Centers are supported in part by the Pittsburgh Jewish Pre-Kindergarten Educational Improvement Foundation of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh and Keystone STARS/ Pennsylvania Early Learning Keys to Quality. Additional support is provided by Massey Charitable Trust,
the Ginsberg Family Fund for Children’s Programs, the Miriam and Paul Kossis Early Childhood Equipment
Replacement Fund, the Mark Allen Robinson Day Care Center Endowment Fund and the James H. and Nancy
H. Wolf Philanthropic Fund.

Fitness and Wellness Department is supported in part by the Jack and Esther Bergman Fund.

Gesher Program at Emma Kaufmann Camp is generously supported in part by The Edith L. Trees Charitable Trust.

JCC Camps are supported in part by The Philip Chosky Charitable and Educational Foundation, Massey Charitable Trust, the Morris and Fannie Skilken Foundation and The Edith L. Trees Charitable Trust.

Jewish Teen Programming in the Department of Jewish Life is supported in part by The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh.

Maccabi Games, South Hills Day Camp, James and Rachel Levinson Day Camp, Emma Kaufmann Camp, the Early Childhood Development Center/Squirrel Hill, Children and Family programming, basketball, aquatics and fitness activities/Squirrel Hill, and physical education in South Hills are supported in part by The Jewish Sports Hall of Fame.

New Americans programming is supported in part by the Jack Buncher Foundation.

Special Needs Department is supported in part by the Herman and Rebecca Fineberg Fund for People with Special Needs. Additional funding is provided by the Edna and Larry Abelson Fund for Special Needs, the Raymond and Elizabeth Bloch Educational and Charitable Foundation, the Ralph Davidson Special Needs
Fund, the Zola Hirsch Fund for Special Needs and the Robert Spiegel Memorial Endowment Fund.

Youth programming is supported in part by Massey Charitable Trust.

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