Through understanding the life of those who are incarcerated and the concerns and issues faced by their family members, one can truly begin to understand the ripple effects that are created by such a dramatic event.  With the help of volunteers, we at Aleph can continue to actively ensure that those incarcerated will receive the desired guidance, direction, and visitation needed to continue on the path to self-sufficiency. 

If you are interested in volunteering at Aleph please fill out the applicable forms or contact us for more information at: receptionist@alephne.org or 412-421-0111 Ext. 100.



Our Volunteers:

Patty Anouchi
Betzalel Bassman
Mr. Moshe Barber 
Mrs. Batsheva Barber 
Kathleen Belskey
Adar Ben-Lapid
Mr. Avi Cohen
Brian Cynamon
Barbara Cynamon 
Rabbi Yossi Eisen 
Leibel Estrin
Mr. Arthur Feldman 

 

Rabbi Mendel Goldwasser 
Rabbi Zalman Gurevitz
Rabbi Elchonon Friedman 
Rabbi Boruch Hyman 
Yosef Chaim Lester 
Mendel Lester
Michoel Dovid Leopold
Rabbi Dovber Marcus
Yankel Marcus 
Mr. Pinky Naiditch 
Shmuel Naiditch
Dr. Chaim Oster 

 

Rabbi Tzvi Perlman 
Mr. Shmuel Posin 
Rabbi Chezky Rosenfeld
Rabbi Leibel Scheinbaum
Bryan Shuman
Rabbi Yossi Silverman
Rabbi Mordechai Saxon
Sholomo Silverman
Yitschok Shlomo
Professor Mitch Small
Arthur Smith
Kathryn Holmes