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Congregation Dor Hadash (New Generation), formed in the 1960s, is a member-led congregation and an affiliate of the Jewish Reconstructionist Communities. Dor Hadash is welcoming, egalitarian and inclusive. The Congregation holds services at the Tree of Life synagogue.
Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #1
First established in Pittsburgh in 1917, the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) represents police officers, advocating for their improved working conditions. The FOP has since grown nationally with over 2,100 local lodges and more than 325,000 members in the United States. Donations will go toward the Injured Officers Fund to assist officers wounded or otherwise affected by the tragic events at the Tree of Life synagogue on Saturday, October 27.
Friends of the Riverfront Inc
HIAS, founded as the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society in 1881 to help protect Jewish refugees, now protects and assists refugees around the world to rebuild their lives in safety and dignity. HIAS stands for a world in which refugees find welcome, safety and freedom.
Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh
The Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh (JCC) advances its vision of an exemplary, thriving, engaged community rooted in Jewish values, and enriches the greater Pittsburgh community by creating an environment that strengthens the physical, intellectual and spiritual well-being of individuals and families.
Jewish Family and Community Services
For 80 years, Jewish Family and Community Services (JFCS) has been the safety net for individuals and families in the Greater Pittsburgh community. JFCS is focused on supporting community members through all of life's changes and challenges by offering programs and services for every stage of life and constantly evaluating and innovating services based on changing times and changing needs.
Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh
The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh envisions a thriving, vibrant and engaged Jewish Community. In order to accomplish this, the organization raises and allocates funds and builds community locally, in Israel, and around the world.
New Light Congregation
New Light Congregation is a conservative congregation with a 100-year history of serving God as Jews. Situated in Squirrel Hill, people call New Life the "most haimish shul in town." New Light is about embracing the living covenant of Judaism and the Jewish people. New Light Congregation holds services at the Tree of Life synagogue.
Tree of Life Congregation
Tree of Life*Or L'Simcha Congregation is a traditional, progressive and egalitarian congregation based in Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill neighborhood. Tree of Life offers a warm and welcoming environment where even the oldest Jewish traditions become relevant to the way its members live today. The Congregation is a place for religious expression, Judaic education and communal fellowship and the spiritual center of its community members.