Friends 18+

Social opportunities for our alumni adult group continue to grow! 

Friends on the Town

alumni friends ages 18+

Book Club
Our Book Club meetings are led by our local librarian incorporating hands-on activities relating to the book of the day.

Trips
Friends hit the town each month for a fun outing together.

Cafe
At this full culinary experience, we cook, setup, host and serve dinner for friends and guests. 

Dinners
We catch up monthly for dinner and coffee with friends old and new at eatery and coffee shops.

Art Nights
Tap into your creative side at Art Night as we make various forms of art under the instruction of an art professional.

Movie Nights
Kick back with friends as we enjoy some of our favorite movies.

Fit
Stay fit and healthy while having fun with friends as we try things such as bowling, zumba, and cardio.

Rock Climbing 
Join us at ASCEND in South Side as we reach new heights rock climbing. See how high you can scale the wall with friends.

i-Volunteer

ages 18+

Develop and maintain meaningful relationships with other agencies in the community while also providing a service of need.


I-Volunteer is a partnership between the Jewish Federation Volunteer Center and The Friendship Circle. Young adults between the ages of 18 and 45 of all abilities combine entertainment with community service in a comfortable social setting. Each month, The Friendship Circle partners with a different young adult organization; including Repair the World, Shalom Pittsburgh, J’Burgh, Hillel JUC, and Moishe House. Together, they perform meaningful work within the Pittsburgh community.

Interested in joining iVolunteer? Contact Us!

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