12
MAR
2020
Coronavirus impact

HFL Unveils Loan Program to Address Financial Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic

Hebrew Free Loan Association of Pittsburgh has announced a Coronavirus Financial Bridge Loan Program to provide interest-free loans on a nonsectarian basis for up to $5,000 to residents of Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Westmoreland, Washington, and Armstrong counties who are...
20
DEC
2019
Shay Port, Financial Coach at Hebrew Free Loan Association of Pittsburgh

HFL Now Offering Free Financial Coaching for Pittsburgh Area Residents

The Hebrew Free Loan Association is bringing a new essential service to 15217—financial coaching. Appointments will be free and open to the public, regardless of religious affiliation. The service will focus on helping individuals and families achieve the financial goals of their...
01
MAR
2018
Pay for summer camp with an interest-free loan from HFLA

Need money for summer camp? HFL can help!

Attention camp families! Do you need help paying for your kids’ summer camp? Would it be easier for your family to spread out payments over time? Did you know many summer camps offer a discount on tuition if you pay in full at registration? The Hebrew Free Loan Association...
01
FEB
2018
HFLA Interest-Free College Tuition Loans

Allegheny County Residents: Need Money for Tuition?

It’s back-to-school season, which means the tuition bills are rolling in! Hebrew Free Loan Association of Pittsburgh provides interest-free loans to residents of Allegheny County through a confidential, in-person application process. Education loans can help students and...
11
NOV
2017

HFL Assists with Winter Preparedness

The Hebrew Free Loan Association is poised to assist area homeowners in preparing for winter. Loans are available to help cover the costs of insulation, furnace, and window maintenance or repair, among other winterization projects. “We regularly get calls from people this...
22
MAR
2016

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Features HFL

By Joyce Gannon / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette As she browsed IKEA for desks, chairs and filing cabinets to furnish a co-working space she launched in Sharpsburg last year, Jessica Strong thought about charging the purchases on a credit card. She wanted to keep her savings account...