Federation distributes another $500,000 in COVID aid
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Federation distributes another $500,000 in COVID aid

So far, Federation had distributed more than $8 million in COVID relief

The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh (Photo by Adam Reinherz)
The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh (Photo by Adam Reinherz)

The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh has distributed an additional $500,000 to local Jewish agencies for COVID relief.

In total, Federation’s COVID relief distributions have reached $8,153,545 so far, including $2.5 million that the Jewish Healthcare Foundation provided to the JCC.

The latest funding includes: $100,000 to the Jewish Association on Aging for COVID testing; $192,000 to the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh for COVID testing at Emma Kaufmann Camp; $25,500 to Hillel Jewish University Center for several items, including finals week care packages and student interns for food and resource distribution; $60,800 to Hillel Academy for laptops, headsets and conference cameras; $60,800 to Community Day School for staffing, including IT support and classroom monitors; and $60,800 to Yeshiva Schools of Pittsburgh for additional administrative support and COVID facility upgrades. PJC

Toby Tabachnick

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