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National Council of Jewish Women Pittsburgh

Help Us Get 600 Kids Ready for School!

The Back 2 School Store returns to the Kingsley Association on Sunday, July 23, from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. The Back 2 School Store (B2SS) is a program that helps underprivileged children begin the school year on an equal footing with their peers. Students from pre-qualified families
Back 2 School Store 2016

2016 Back 2 School Store Reaches Nearly 500 Kids

Our 2016 Back 2 School Store was a smashing success! The size of the event more than doubled from our first year, reaching nearly 500 children in need of school supplies, outerwear, shoes, and clothing. Students came to our program from our partner agencies: ACH Clear Pathways; Allegh
Back 2 School Store NCJW Pittsburgh Section

Back 2 School Store 2015 Unforgettable for Volunteers and Kids

The first Back 2 School Store in Pittsburgh was a huge success! On August 11 & 12, more than 200 children got to choose a new back to school outfit and shoes, a backpack stuffed with school supplies, and a winter coat, hat, and gloves. At the B2SS we asked the children to describe
Back 2 School Store update

Back 2 School Store Volunteer Registration Now Open!

Do you remember the first day of school? Did you have a new outfit? Shiny new shoes? A backpack full of school supplies? Wouldn’t it be great if every child could have those things? August 11 & 12, NCJW Pittsburgh Section will host our first Back 2 School Store (B2SS) where
Shopping for NCJW's Back 2 School Store

New Activities in “Store” at NCJW

A new program is coming to NCJW Pittsburgh Section in the summer of 2015. The Back 2 School Store (B2SS) will enable economically disadvantaged children to “shop” for brand new clothing, sneakers, and school supplies in a one-day-only “store” set up just for them. With the assistance
Stay at Home Ball 2014

Stay at Home…Make a Difference! NCJW’s 2014 Stay at Home Ball

At this time of year, many of us are bombarded with numerous requests for support from charitable organizations that are doing important work in our community. There are so many pressing needs and worthwhile causes that it sometimes becomes challenging to determine how and where to al