The Young Adult Purim Party, presented by Shalom Pittsburgh, a program of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, and J’Burgh, a program of Hillel Jewish University Center, took place on Saturday, Feb. 24, at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh.
Michal Gould sampled the chocolate fountain at the Willy Wonka-themed dessert table at the Purim party. The event was a party with a purpose: Attendees donated gift cards and canned goods to support 412 Food Rescue, which delivers food directly to people in need and teaches consumers how to prevent food waste.(Photo by Joshua Franzos)
From left: J’Burgh board member Sam Kline, Emily Brok and Eli LaBelle posed for a photo at the Shalom Pittsburgh-J’Burgh Young Adult Purim Party. This is the first year the two organizations partnered to present the event. Shalom Pittsburgh and J’Burgh provide programming that builds community and connections among young Jewish adults. (Photo by Joshua Franzos)
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