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Updated 6/21/2022

Position Statement – Assault Weapons Ban – December 2018

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Position Statement - Assault Weapons Ban


Mt. Sinai Approves $500,000 Grant, Launches Enhanced Security Initiative in the Jewish Community

December 3, 2018 (Cleveland, Ohio) – The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation today approved a grant of $500,000 to the Jewish Federation of Cleveland to enhance security in the Cleveland Jewish community following the attack on Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh that killed 11 people.

“We applaud the Jewish Federation of Cleveland for being in the forefront of safety and security efforts both locally and nationally and for taking action to intensify its program as a result of the current anti-Semitism,” said Foundation President Mitchell Balk.

The Federation’s plan, developed with local and national security experts, will provide enhanced security for 37 synagogues and 9 day school sites, and 9 Jewish-sponsored preschools.

“In the face of the growing threat from anti-Semitism and in light of the attack in Pittsburgh, the need for increased security throughout Jewish Cleveland is no longer an option,” said Stephen H. Hoffman, President of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland. “We are grateful for this significant investment and leadership by the Mt. Sinai Foundation, which will help our community members live as Jewishly as they wish in a safe and welcoming environment. We believe the Mt. Sinai commitment will encourage other generous donors to step forward in our effort to raise the $2 million per year that is required to implement the enhanced security program.”


Press Coverage: Mt. Sinai brings Nurse Family Partnership to Cleveland

December 7, 2015 (Cleveland, Ohio) – Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation today announced a $1.2 million grant that will bring to Cleveland for the first time a nurse home visiting program proven to curb infant mortality among low-income families.
Read the article at Cleveland.com