JHF Recognized During JCC “Little” Big Night

Karen Wolk Feinstein speaks during JCC’s virtual “Little” Big Night.

The Jewish Healthcare Foundation (JHF) was honored to be recognized during the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh's (JCC) virtual Little Big Night on January 23. 

"For all these years, the JCC has been there for us, from birth to older age, and even toward end of life. But right now, during COVID, I cannot imagine an institution that has been more actively there for us. In that respect, the Jewish Healthcare Foundation knew we had to be there for them," said JHF President and CEO Karen Feinstein. In 2020, JHF granted $2.5 million in emergency funding over two years to support the JCC's work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

From community blood drives to meals for seniors to fitness classes, camps, and family retreats, the JCC's contributions to our community are vital, especially during this difficult time. We are thankful for all they do, especially to the heroic staff who make the JCC's programming possible. We look forward to continued partnership with the JCC into the future.

Watch Karen Feinstein's full remarks from the event here. 

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