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Invitation to apply for JEPP Emergency Preparedness Grant

Updated: Jul 3

We are thrilled to announce A NEW GRANT available for our

Step by Step Emergency Preparedness Program


This is a call for Jewish institutions and organizations that would like to:

  • Evaluate your security needs and strengthen your security resources.

  • Develop a plan of action with an Emergency Response Team and infrastructure to prepare to face crises.

  • Train your Emergency Response Team and staff to be mentally and physically prepared for emergencies.

About JEPP

JEPP stands for Jewish Emergency Preparedness Project, was established in March 2021 by a group of lay leaders led by Sherrie Savett and Vitaly Rakhman. It is an IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit entity. They recognized that after the "Tree of Life" massacre in Pittsburgh, the flooding and cold weather in Houston, Texas, and the antisemitic terror in Jersey City, there is a need to prepare the Jewish community for emergency incidents which inevitably occur. By providing educational courses and training, informed by world reknown experts in crisis management and preparedness, we will ensure that the Jewish community will have the best tools to deal with an emergency crisis and to build a stronger, united, resilient Jewish community.

About the program

This is a 10 month program. The program has three parts to it:

1. Evaluation of security needs.

2. Creation of a customized Plan of Action.

3. Live exercises and training.

We will provide analytical tools, on-site training, and a unique plan of action that matches your organizational needs.


JEPP’s Emergency Preparedness Program applications will open on Monday, June 24, 2024 and will only be eligible to 15 organizations. Spots are limited. Apply today.

Please SIGN HERE to apply. Application will appear upon signature.

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