In the mid-nineteen eighties, the Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh assembled a task force to look at unmet needs of people with disabilities in the city’s Jewish community. Perhaps the most glaring unmet need to emerge from that study was for housing and support services for adults living with mental illness or with intellectual disabilities.
Thursday, June 13, 2019
Sally and Howard Levin Clubhouse
Paint Night and Basket Raffle
Come enjoy a relaxing evening of painting with friends! Money raised in previous fundraisers has been used to send colleagues to an intensive two-week long Clubhouse training, run camping trips for collegial bonding, support operations, and for social events we wouldn’t be able to afford otherwise! This is a fundraiser like none before at the Clubhouse, please help us make it a success!
Thursday June 13, 2019
6:30 pm- 8:30 pm
RSVP online via email to email@example.com or by sending cash or check* to:
The Sally and Howard Levin Clubhouse
2609 Murray Avenue, Suite 101
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Reservations due by 6/3/19, space is limited
Ticket includes: art supplies, appetizers, class instruction, 2 free raffle tickets (more will be available to purchase at the event), 1 drink, and your art creation!
*Checks should be made payable to Jewish Residential Services with SHLC- Paint Night in the memo.
New Executive Director
We are thrilled to announce that Nancy Gale has joined Jewish Residential Services (JRS) as Executive Director. Nancy comes to JRS from EQT with leadership and finance experience in the corporate world. Nancy is a long-time community member and the immediate past president of Temple Sinai. For more information on Nancy and her vision for the future JRS, read about her in the Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle.