We raced against the clock and mapped out a plan to ensure the continuation of our indispensable services. We heard the cries of so many community members who were (and still are) facing new and unpredictable adversities. The one constant in Jewish Baltimore was us – as a community – as donors – as The Associated.
We leveraged our 100-year history of responding to crises in Baltimore and across the globe. We helped the unemployed, supported those dealing with grief, anxiety and other mental health issues, distributed food to ensure that no one went hungry and we eased the pain of isolation. Look at how much we have accomplished in less than a year.
But our work is not done… looking forward, there is much that needs to be accomplished. We must ensure that Jewish Baltimore gets back on its feet.
We will continue to address the enormous needs of those who are struggling and adapt to this rapidly changing world with solutions that will help our community move forward.
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