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Federation CJA awarded funding through the Communities at Risk: Security Infrastructure Program
Funding is available to private, not-for-profit organizations that are at risk of being victimized by hate-motivated crime. The program helps with the cost of security infrastructure improvements for places of worship, private educational institutions, and community centres.
By: Federation CJA
Friday, August 13, 2021
The Communities at Risk: Security Infrastructure Program (SIP) recently awarded $1,214,681.48 to 19 organizations.
The following Mount Royal-based organizations received funding:
Organization Funding Federation CJA $100,000.00 Ahl-ill Bait Islamic Organization $24, 300.00 Chabad Zichron Kedoshim Community $62,695.88 Congregation Bais Menachem Chabad-Lubavitch $64,054.22 Congregation Beth Chabad C.S.L. $91,239.32 Congrégation Sépharade Or Hahayim $75,160.42 Les Ecoles Juives Populaires Et Les Ecoles Peretz Inc. $100,000.00 Congregation Sepharade de Hampstead Nahar Chalom $46,844.83 Académie Yéshiva Yavné $69,582.05 Adath Israel Poale Zedek Anshei Ozeroff Congregation $62,212.41 Beth Israel Beth Aaron Congregation $70,335.82 Beth Zion Congregation $64,064.25 Congregation Shomrim Laboker, BethYehud, Shaare Tefilah, Beth Hamedrash Hagadol, Tifereth Israel $71,806.75 Congrégation Tifereth Beth David Jérusalem $55,775.70 Hebrew Academy Inc. $72,251.90 Jewish Community Council of Montreal $11,542.00 L'Academie Beth Rivkah pour filles $25,907.50 Rabbinical College of Canada $78,840.21 Yaldei Developmental Center $68,068.22
About the Communities at Risk–Security Infrastructure Program:
The SIP Call for Applications is currently open and accepting applications until September 22, 2021, at 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time (PT).
Funding is available to private, not-for-profit organizations that are at risk of being victimized by hate- motivated crime. It helps with the cost of security infrastructure improvements for:
- Places of worship such as a temple, mosque, synagogue, gurdwara or church, where a group of people can gather to perform acts of religious praise, meditation, honour or devotion.
- Provincially/territorially recognized private educational institutions, including primary and secondary schools; and
- Community centres, such as a community drop-in centre or aboriginal Friendship Centre, where members of a community can gather year-round for social or cultural activities.
Crown corporations, publicly funded institutions, for profit organizations, and individuals are not eligible for funding.
For the purpose of the SIP, a hate-motivated crime is described as a criminal offence motivated by hate towards an identifiable group. Some groups, by virtue of their color, race, ethnic and/or national origins, sexual orientation, religious affiliation or some other attribute are at risk of being the victims of hate-motivated crime.
To apply or learn more about the program, please visit the website: https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/cntrng-crm/crm-prvntn/fndng-prgrms/scrt-nfrstrctr-prgrm-gd-en.aspx