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In Europe and now the United States, anti-Semitism has reached
unimaginable levels. The unthinkable attack on Tree of Life
Synagogue in Pittsburgh is not only an affront to the Jewish
community, it is a blatant attack on all of us, regardless of religion
or race.
Our residents, made up of Jewish and non-Jewish seniors, are
elderly and vulnerable. They deserve to live in an environment that
is safe and secure.
Over the years we have enhanced security on our campus, but
there are always improvements that can be made. We cannot wait
any longer to make additional security enhancements. We must
ensure that our residents, staff and visitors feel safe.
Detectives from the St. Petersburg special crime unit recently
conducted an extensive Vulnerability Assessment Report of the
Menorah Manor campus. Their findings document suggestions
for improvements. Recommendations include bollards, lighting, a
complete proxy entrance system and updated video cameras.
Of course, these security upgrades are expensive. A “Security
Enhancement” fund has been established to help cover the costs
of making sure our Jewish campus is safe for the most vulnerable
citizens in our society – the elderly.
Thank you for anything you can contribute to the Menorah Manor
Security Enhancement Fund. Your generosity will ensure the
continued safety of our residents. Please call our Foundation office
at (727) 302-3888 or go to www.menorahmanor.org/donate to
make a gift.
We can never let our guard down.
Enhancement Fund
P.S. The lead gift was made by a Christian couple whose father had lived at
Menorah Manor. They learned about our campaign and wrote a generous
check, because they wanted to do something here to help.
Rob Goldstein
Chief Executive Officer
Barry Kanner
Menorah Manor Chair
Susie Berman
Menorah Manor
Foundation Chair
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