b'Jewish Organizations $1.3 million granted to 20 organizations including all local overnight camps and JCCs, to help with lost revenue, facilitate a healthy reopening, and assist with startup costs to adjust or resume operations37 Jewish nonprofits received pro bono support, resulting in $30 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans $150,000 provided to 14 Jewish organizations and synagogues for teen summer program grantsJewish Preschools*Over $1 million to 23 preschools to assist with reopening costs $828,00 to 27 preschools to provide scholarships to 309 students Jewish Day Schools*$1.2 million to 11 day schools to provide scholarships to 288 students Israel$809,000 granted to 17 Israeli organizations to meet human service needs Donor-Advised Grantmaking553 grants totaling $6.8 million granted from donor-advised funds and supporting foundations to 241 organizations, designated for COVID-19 support** Majority of grants went to human services organizations including Jewish Family and Children Services, San Francisco-Marin Food Bank, and Jewish Home and Senior Living Foundation 87% of grant dollars granted to Bay Area organizations*Preschool and day school scholarships were awarded in tranches from May-August, and preschool reopening grants were awarded in August. We have included them in order to report on our full response to date.21 **85 grants totaling $2,038,110 were granted to the Federations COVID-19 Response Fund.'