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Penguins selling ‘Stronger Than Hate’ patches for Tree of Life victims and families

November 04, 2018 - 1:32 pm

The Pittsburgh Penguins are now selling patches like the ones worn during their game against the New York Islanders, with all proceeds going to the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh to help the victims and families of the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill.

Along with the 'Stronger Than Hate' patches, the team is auctioning off jerseys worn during the October 30th game, with proceeds also going to the victims and families.

“The tremendous outpouring of support from our fans and the entire Pittsburgh community is a great testament to the character and compassion of our region,” said Dave Soltesz, president of the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation. “We have all come together to show that we are, indeed, stronger than hate.”

To order the limited-edition patch, click here.

Related: Catholic parishes in Pittsburgh will have a special collection for Tree of Life

For the jersey auction, click here.


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