OneTable helps Millennials host and attend unique Shabbat dinners all over the US.
Shalom Pittsburgh never misses a chance to hang out at Moishe House, a Jewish 20-something living environment.
Shalom Pittsburgh regularly teams up with Repair the World to achieve our mutual goals of transforming our community and the world where we are needed most.
Shalom Pittsburgh collaborates with the Jewish Federation Volunteer Center to match you up with the organizations that need you!
The National Young Leadership Cabinet of the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) is a select group of men and women actively engaged in shaping the future of the Jewish community in North America, Israel and throughout the world.
Shalom Pittsburgh often partners with J’Burgh to sponsor Shabbat Dinners, cultural experiences, happy hours, networking opportunities, and High Holiday celebrations.
Joint Shalom Pittsburgh and JPRO Pittsburgh events are great places to schmooze with other professionals working in Jewish organizations.
The SteelTree Fund provides grants of $5,000, $3,600, or $1,800 to projects that serve the Pittsburgh Jewish community.
Wechsler provides a platform for participants to develop their own leadership skills and identify what it takes to be a Jewish community leader.