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In response to the coronavirus pandemic, JUF is accelerating human service delivery throughout our community, swiftly meeting emergency needs wherever help is necessary.
To pinpoint those areas where increased emergency resources would have the greatest impact, JUF surveyed hundreds of service providers, and a committee of volunteers who lead the community’s main planning and allocation efforts has already made several rounds of emergency grants.
The committee will continue to meet regularly to identify emerging needs, and to provide funding to address them, in the following areas:
Separately, we also have advanced some $4 million to help with cash flow for JUF affiliate agencies.
Beyond dollars, JUF is providing technical assistance and expertise in employment law, human resources, benefit administration, fundraising, financial planning, communications, facilities, security, advocacy to elected officials and guidance in applying for new government programs.
As the needs continue to grow in the weeks and months to come, so will JUF’s response.
Together, we will ensure that thousands more are fed, thousands more are provided emergency cash for rent, utilities, medications and other necessities, and thousands more are receiving medical care.
We are—truly—together for good.