Beneficiary Agencies

Community Day School

CDS is a K-8 Jewish Day School that offers families of all Jewish backgrounds an inclusive community where children enjoy a deep, meaningful cultural and religious experience interwoven with an academically advanced private school education.


6424 Forward Avenue

Pittsburgh PA 15217




Hillel Academy

The K-12 Orthodox Jewish Day School graduates young men and women with unlimited capacity to compete in a superior manner in any challenge they undertake, who are G-d fearing, Torah observant models of exemplary character, who love G-d, the Jewish people, and the land of Israel and possess a love of learning, confidence and the ability to think critically and serve as active members and leaders of the Jewish community and of society.


5685 Beacon Street

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania15217




The Edward and Rose Berman Hillel Jewish University Center

The focal point for Jewish campus life for more than 5,500 Jewish University students in Pittsburgh. Their mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world.


4607 Forbes Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15213



The Jewish Association on Aging (JAA)

The JAA is a continuum of care offering home health care and residential services for the elderly and their families in the Pittsburgh community for over 100 years.


200 JHF Drive

Pittsburgh, PA 15217



Jewish Family & Community Services (JFCS)

JFCS is an independent 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life of children, families, and adults of all ages throughout the Greater Pittsburgh area by providing psychological, employment and social services. South Hills Jewish Pittsburgh has partnered with JFCS on a number of career and development activities including weekly career counseling sessions at the Mt. Lebanon Public Library.


5743 Bartlett Street

Pittsburgh, PA 15217




Jewish Community Center (JCC)

The JCC enriches our community by creating an environment that strengthens the physical, intellectual and spiritual well-being of individuals and families. The JCC has two locations, Squirrel Hill and the South Hills.

Beginning January 1, 2018, South Hills Jewish Pittsburgh will be affiliated with the Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Greater Pittsburgh with offices at the South Hills JCC.


Squirrel Hill

5738 Forbes Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15217



South Hills

345 Kane Boulevard

Pittsburgh, PA 15243




Jewish Residential Services (JRS)

JRS supports individuals with psychiatric or intellectual disabilities, helping them to live, learn, work and socialize as valued members of the community.


4905 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3

Pittsburgh, PA 15213




Riverview Towers

Riverview Towers provides affordable, quality housing and related services to the elderly.


52 Garetta Street

Pittsburgh (Squirrel Hill), PA 15217

(412) 521-7876



Yeshiva Schools

Yeshiva Schools offers a quality preK-12 education in both Judaic and secular subjects – developing students’ analytical, abstract and cognitive thinking skills while cultivating a sense of purpose through Torah values. They offer an education that integrates acts of community service, striving to instill our children with a sense of responsibility and caring toward others. Yeshiva supports continuing education while laying the groundwork for commitment to Torah life and Jewish continuity.


2100 Wightman Street

Pittsburgh, PA 15217