by Ilene Rinn My Jewish grandmother lived to be over 100. Until she was 98, she lived alone in an apartment in West Palm Beach, FL. Eventually, a troupe of lovely caregivers moved in to provide her with around-the-clock care. She rarely visited the doctor and never spent a night in a
We continue now with our ongoing geographic breakdown of the Your Answers Matter survey. We left off last time looking at a) how respondents from the various geographic regions within Pittsburgh valued feeling connected to the Jewish community and b) how connected those regions actual
In this series, we’re examining some of the different ways that different geographic areas responded to the Your Answers Matter survey. The first portion of this post can be found here. As a reminder, the study does not serve as a statistical representation of Jewish Pittsburgh.
There are countless ways to cross-tab the results from the Your Answers Matter survey disseminated across Jewish Pittsburgh. One such way is to look at how questions were answered by zip code. (Throughout the coming weeks, we’ll look at a variety of segments like financial incom
The Scorecard is a tool to focus the resources and energy of the organized Jewish community on actions that can help Pittsburgh become a more thriving, vibrant, and engaged Jewish community.
The mission of the Community Scorecard is to make community performance more visible to the general Jewish public in Pittsburgh and to provide information that will help improve communal decision making.