b'Major Highlights from Year One(cont.)Placed 6 PJ Library Connectors throughout the East Bay tohelp connect families with young children with opportunities to engage in Jewish life. Locations include Richmond/El Cerrito, LaMorinda, Concord/Pleasant Hill, Alameda, San Leandro, and Danville/San RamonExpanded the Community Security program to East Bay. Conducted safety seminars with synagogues and Berkeley Hillel, conducted vulnerability assessments, and advised on grant proposals for 7 organizations, resulting in over $500,000 in state and federal fundingSecured 3 years of funding for East Bay Community Impact grantees to support the transitionIntegrated both East Bay Day schools into the Culture of Belonging cohortProvided Teen Initiative microgrants to help East Bay programs provide virtual programming due to COVID-19 restrictionsGranted $1.3 million to 37 East Bay Jewish organizations for COVID-19 Response, $1 million of which supported preschools and day schools with scholarships and reopening support Integration of East Bay Leadership Added 5 East Bay leaders to the Board and 5 to the Endowment CommitteeIncorporated East Bay leadership into several of Federations committees, such as the Community Impact and Student Debt Relief Committees Placed 3 East Bay-based Fed Fellows at East Bay agenciesWhats to ComeExpansion of PJ Connectors into the Tri-Valley areaRebranding and renaming our organization to better reflect our expanded community25'