“The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia strongly condemns the disturbing antisemitic vandalism that occurred at Temple Beth Hillel – Beth El yesterday. As antisemitism continues to rise nationally and locally, we must work together as a community to make it clear that hate has no place here. We stand with Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El as they address this vandalism while continuing their critical work to unify the Wynnewood Jewish community through prayer, inclusion and love.

We encourage you to join a prayer service tonight, April 1, at 7:00 p.m. at Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El to show the power of our unity and solidarity. Please plan on arriving early for security purposes. You can learn more about the event by clicking here.” 

Thank you ABC Philadelphia for covering this important program.

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Since 1901, the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia has served as the hub of the region’s Jewish communities, providing an infrastructure of support for Jewish people and organizations in need. Through grants, emergency funding, restricted gifts, endowments, and our partnership with the Foundation for Jewish Day Schools, we invest more than $61 million each fiscal year to care for those in need, combat antisemitism and global crisis, and strengthen Jewish identity.

For more information, please visit: jewishphilly.org.  

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