JFCS Pittsburgh invites college students and older teens who have been touched by the October 27th tragedy to attend an informal gathering where you can meet one another and share experiences, as desired.
Calling all teens! Take part in late night conversations on building community.
Service and learning for 6th-12th graders.
The Papernick Family Foundation, in partnership with the Jewish Federation’s Centennial Fund for a Jewish Future and the Foundation for Jewish Camp, offers grants to children attending Jewish overnight camp for the first time:
$700 for a period of 12-18 consecutive days, or $1000 for a period of 19 consecutive days or more.
The Friendship Circle aims to enrich the lives of children and young adults with and without special needs through mutually advantageous interactions to create lasting friendships.
J-Serve is a peer led volunteer organization for teens in 6th through 12th grade.