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Get to know us as we get to know you!

Here is what you should know about joining:

  • Our doors will open to new friends in January 2019.
  • In the meantime, please click here, to complete our get to know you form, to tell us more about yourself!
  • We will be in touch in November to begin our application process.
  • Please note if you are 18 or older please click here to learn more about iVolunteer

 

Additional Information

  • Although we are a Jewish organization, we welcome members with or without any religious affiliation.
  • Because everyone contributes to “our circle,” all members call log and track community service hours through our FC Connect Program.
  • Friends pay no fees for our programs in keeping with our philosophy that one cannot put a price on friendship. We are incredibly grateful to our generous donors, sponsors, and supporters for making Friendship Circle’s programming possible.

 

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And You Shall Live

A WEEKLY TORAH THOUGHT FROM RABBI MORDY No amount of Rabbinical School training prepares you for a week like this past one. The amount of numbness, emotions, sadness, love, shock, awe, mourning, and support has been overwhelming for many and the days ahead will likely prove to be overwhelming as well. In truth, I should leave it this week saying… Read More

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FOTT Art Night by: Mark Sulkin

Last night at Friendship Circle, we did, FOTT Art. It was a lot of fun. We learned how to make sculptures out of aluminum foil and different colored fabric. A woman named Teresa talked to us about an artist who made sculptures like that. The sculpture I made was a worm. I started rolling the aluminum foil into the shape… Read More

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Our Mission

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.

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