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