The PJ Library program in Pittsburgh supports families in their Jewish journey by sending free Jewish-content books and music on a monthly basis to children from age six months to five and half years. Created by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, The PJ Library is a national program implemented by local communities.
At this time, The PJ Library is available in more than 125 communities across the United States. The local program is partnered with the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, the Jewish Community Center, the Agency for Jewish Learning and Community Day School.
Thanks to our charitable contributors: anonymous local donor, The Anna L. Caplan and Irene V. Caplan Endowment Fund of the UJF Foundation, The Fine Foundation and in conjunction with a generous grant from the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, more that 700 local families have been able to receive these gifts.
If you have children between the ages of six months to five and half years and would like to be part of the PJ Library program in Pittsburgh, please sign up now!
To Enroll Your Child: click here.
For more information regarding the program, please contact us!