As our community continues to face the COVID-19 pandemic, more women, children, and families are turning to NCJW Pittsburgh Section for help. Your donation can make a difference.
Through your gift you are:
- ensuring children have a new outfit and supplies so they are prepared, like their peers, for school.
- supporting the well-being of women in life transitions and helping them to achieve financial stability.
- giving refugees the opportunity to furnish their new life in Pittsburgh.
- enabling children to safely play while their family deals with court matters.
- advocating on issues such as domestic violence prevention, reproductive health and rights, civil rights, and economic justice.
All of these things happen because you support NCJW Pittsburgh Section.
Ways to Donate
There are many ways to support NCJW with a financial contribution. Please read below to find the giving option that is best for you. If there is another way you would like to support NCJW, please contact Amy Herlich, Director of Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-421-6118 x206.
If you participate in the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania’s annual campaign, you may designate all or part of your donation to NCJW Pittsburgh Section by using the agency code 4857.
Your gift goes to work immediately, directly helping those who need it most. (Hopefully to be added: Select NCJW, or designate your gift to a specific NCJW program in the designation drop-down menu on the Donate page.)
You can also mail a check or money order, payable to NCJW Pittsburgh Section:
NCJW Pittsburgh Section
1620 Murray Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Knowing we can count on your contribution helps us continuously provide services to women, children, and families. You can make your gift monthly, quarterly, or annually by choosing the Recurring Gift option when you make a donation through our Donate page.
Honor or memorialize a special person or event with a Tribute Card. After you make your donation, we’ll send a beautiful personalized card to your chosen recipient, informing them of your thoughtfulness. Please be sure to enter all tribute information, including tribute message and signature, and the name and address of where tribute should be sent.
You can also purchase blank tribute cards to send to loved ones, at $5 a card. In the note section of the donation, just let us know how many you’d like to purchase and we’ll mail them to you.
To dedicate a gift or request a tribute card, or purchase a pack of tribute Cards, you can also contact Amy Herlich, Director of Development, at email@example.com or 412-421-6118 x206.
Stock Gifts & Securities
Donating appreciated securities (stocks, bonds or mutual funds you’ve held for more than one year) is typically an excellent way to reduce or avoid capital gains taxes and receive a federal income tax charitable deduction. Please contact Amy Herlich, Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-421-6118 x206 to make your gift.
In-kind donations are welcome at NCJW Pittsburgh Section.We accept donations of new or gently-used clothing, furniture, and household goods at Thriftique, located at 125 51st St, Pittsburgh, PA 15201. You can drop off your donations there or call Thriftique at (412) 742-4951 to schedule a large pick-up.
The Children’s Rooms in the Courts give away more than 4,200 books to visiting children each year. Do you have books to donate or want to organize a book drive? Please contact Meredith Brown at email@example.com to make arrangements.
We also accept donations of brand new, never-been-used elementary school children’s clothing and school supplies, as well as prom attire, for the Back 2 School Store and Project Prom. Please contact Meredith Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.
Planned Gifts – Life & Legacy
Generations of women have volunteered their time and financial resources to ensure the health and financial viability of the Pittsburgh Section. We read in the Talmud, “As my father planted for me, so I plant for my children.” It is our turn to plant for our children and future generations. As we sow, so shall we reap. You can create a legacy and enable NCJW Pittsburgh Section to carry out its mission more effectively, by making a charitable bequest. The Life & Legacy program provides permanent, additional funding required to enhance NCJW’s existing programs, launch new initiatives, and be responsive to newly identified community needs. Please contact Amy Herlich, Director of Development, at email@example.com or 412-421-6118 x206 for more information.