Our Mission

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The Friendship Circle of Pittsburgh was established in 2006 with the intention of creating a more inclusive community. Our programs engage youth and adults with diverse abilities in a full range of social activities; we aim to enrich the lives of all participants through mutually advantageous interactions, creating lasting friendships that strengthen both the Jewish and greater communities.

Behind the scenes of Friendship Circle

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I volunteer at Friendship Circle on Mondays and Thursdays.  When I go there, I’m a receptionist, which means I answer the phone and help other people sign in.  I also help out with small tasks like restocking the fridges, cleaning and helping out with events. What I like most about my job is helping everyone when they need me.  The… Read More

The Donald Klein Teen Fellowship Award

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The Donald Klein Teen Fellowship Award The Friendship Circle’s Teen Fellowship award is awarded to volunteers that show outstanding commitment to Friendship Circle Activities. The Teen Fellowship award is a $50 US savings bond for use as a College Scholarship. This will add tremendous prestige to your college application as it portrays that you were successful and a valuable asset… Read More

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Recent blog posts

FOTT Late Night Cancelled Tonight August 13th

FOTT Late Nate is Cancelled Tonight Due to Weather. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow night for the last night of FOTT Late Nights.

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Cece’s Vacation!

“I just got back from a beach in York Connecticut called fishers island.  While I was there I saw the ocean and boats. I also saw tennis courts and a lot of houses. While I was there I went on a boat into the ocean a few times with an American flag on it. I watched the sunset every night… Read More

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Humble, Why?

A WEEKLY TORAH THOUGHT FROM RABBI MORDY This week’s Parsha, Behar, contains various laws, including that of the Sabbatical and Jubilee years. What I would like to focus on, however, is the name of the Parsha. “Behar” means “on the mountain,” which indicates its significance; the laws of the Torah were communicated to Moses on Mt. Sinai. But why is the parsha… Read More

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