b'Through a newly defined Resilience Portfolio, the Federation will lead or fund efforts that build cohesion, foster preparedness, strengthen leadership, and support shared responsibility for our future. We will continue to build partnerships, provide consultation, and support organizations with grant funding to build the resilience of our Jewish ecosystem, enhance community security, and promote a sense of communal well-being area-wide. The importance of this work was never more clear than it has been during the course of the pandemic.COMMUNITY SECURITYWorking to safeguard the physical and emotional safety of our Jewish community Conducted security consultations and trainings for over 75 Bay Area synagogues and organizationsDistributed microgrants of over $400,000 in designated funds to support security enhancements for 60 synagogues and religious communities following tragic synagogue shootings in Pittsburgh and PowayAdvised Bay Area Jewish schools and synagogues with Nonprofit Security Grant Program applications, resulting in $1.3 million in state and federal funds for physical security upgradesResponded to dozens of threats, reports of suspicious activity, and antisemitic incidentsLEADERSHIPCultivating a new generation of community leaders through multiple avenues for leadership development20 Fed Fellows completed a 2-year leadership development program, with 100% invited to continue involvement in Boards or Committees of Jewish organizations19 community members from San Francisco, Marin, and the East Bay participated in The Rubin Text Talks, a two-year program supported by Pam and Ron Rubin, to further Jewish knowledge and strengthen leadership skills150 Bay Area Wexner alumni attended a leadership conference to discuss the most compelling issues facing the Jewish community535 volunteer leaders served on 38 Federation committees and working groups 14'