Cedar Sinai Park awarded $950 grant from Teen Philanthropists

Cedar Sinai Park awarded $950 grant from Teen Philanthropists. Oregon Jewish Community Youth Foundation (OJCYF) has granted $950 to Cedar Sinai Park for the Community Connect Project.

The Community Connect Project provides for events which bring Jewish residents from CSP's Downtown Affordable Housing Buildings together on the CSP campus with residents of Kehillah, Rose Schnitzer Manor, Robison Jewish Health Center, and Adult Day Services for events and celebrations.

"We are a community and we strive to honor that. We are grateful to the youth of OJCYF for recognizing the importance of keeping our community connected," said Kathy Walls, Cedar Sinai Park Community Life Director.

Residents are are invited to participate in and provided transportation to events on the main CSP campus, including lectures, summer barbecues, a Purim party, High Holiday services and a Sukkot celebration.

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