The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh’s Hannah Kamin Annual Lion of Judah event was on Wednesday, Oct. 26. The Lion of Judah is an internationally recognized designation for women philanthropists.
Attendees at the annual luncheon are women who have made a significant individual or household commitment to the Federation’s Community Campaign or created a permanent endowment to ensure their significant campaign commitments in perpetuity.
The event, introduced in 1972 in Pittsburgh, celebrates the commitment of Hannah Kamin, Amy Kamin’s mother, to the preservation of the worldwide philanthropists who have committed ongoing support of Pittsburgh’s Jewish community.
The event was presented by the Federation’s Women’s Philanthropy.