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We are deeply moved by the outpouring of support for our synagogue from our community and people across the country and around the world in the wake of the horrific anti-Semitic attack of October 27, 2018. We will continue to mourn our lost congregants, even as we honor their memories by healing, growing, and strengthening the congregation they loved. We deeply appreciate the many offers of assistance and support of the victims' families and to help rebuild the Tree of Life synagogue. Your support proves that love is truly stronger than hate.
The Tree of Life fund for Victims and Families is closed. You may still to the impacted synagogues or other community agencies.

How to Help

We are deeply moved by the outpouring of support for our synagogue from our community and people across the country and around the world in the wake of the horrific anti-Semitic attack of October 27, 2018. We will continue to mourn our lost congregants, even as we honor their memories by healing, growing, and strengthening the congregation they loved. 

​We deeply appreciate the many offers of assistance and support of the victims' families and to help rebuild the Tree of Life synagogue. Your support proves that love is truly stronger than hate. 

Here are various ways to show your financial support:

​Donate to Tree of Life*Or L'Simcha Congregation
To donate to the Rebuilding Fund, select "Capital Improvement (Rebuilding Fund)" from the Type dropdown.

Congregation Dor Hadash

New Light Congregation

Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh

Jewish Family and Community Services

Center for Victims

Tree of Life*Or L'Simcha is more grateful that words can express for the love and support we have already received. Thank you!​

Tue, December 10 2019 12 Kislev 5780