Jewish Federation Distributes First Round of Security Funding

The Jewish Federation distributed the first round of security funding for Jewish organizations, a total of $377,303 to 31 different organizations. The organizations received a variety of levels of funding depending on needs, facilities, the number of people they serve and other factors. The money will go to a variety of security improvements including buttons that immediately alert first responders, communications equipment, alarms, cameras and other access control and monitoring systems.

Organizations receiving funding include (in alphabetical order):

  • Aleph Institute
  • Beth Israel Congregation
  • Beth Samuel Jewish Center
  • Bnai Emunoh Chabad
  • Chabad of Carnegie Mellon
  • Chabad of Monroeville
  • Chabad of Pittsburgh
  • Chabad of South Hills
  • Congregation Beth Shalom
  • Congregation B’nai Abraham
  • Congregation Emanu-El Israel
  • Friendship Circle
  • Gemilas Chesed
  • Hamedrash Hagodol-Beth Jacob
  • Hillel Academy
  • JAA
  • Jewish Healthcare Foundation
  • Jewish Family and Community Services
  • Kollel Jewish Learning Center
  • National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section
  • Parkway Jewish Center
  • Poale Zedeck
  • Rodef Shalom Congregation
  • Shaare Torah
  • Squirrel Hill Health Center
  • Temple B’nai Israel
  • Temple Emanuel of South Hills
  • Temple Ohav Shalom
  • Temple Sinai
  • Thriftique
  • Young Peoples Synagogue

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