VIDEO: Agudath Israel NJ Office engages team of professional volunteers to assist Tzibur in navigating new government program

Rabbi Avi Schnall gives brief overview of available programs.

Due to the financial crisis in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic,

both the Federal and State governments have enacted several new measures to assist businesses, nonprofits, families and individuals.

Among the available resources are paid sick leave, paid family leave and unemployment benefits.

The New Jersey Office of the Agudah has engaged a team of qualified professionals who are well versed in the applicable programs that can help guide you navigate this process.

Should you or anyone you know need any guidance, please reach out by sending an email to [email protected] with your name, phone number and if possible, a concise description of your situation and one of the professional volunteers will call you shortly thereafter. All inquiries are held in strict confidence. Please circulate the above address to family and friends who may be in need of assistance.

May Klal Yisroel be zoche to see yeshuos, refuos and besuros tovos,

Rabbi Avi Schnall
Director

Yosef Herz
Associate Director

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1 COMMENT

  1. There was a slip of tongue at about 4:00.
    Avi accidentally said that sick leave is $511 per week, for a max of 2 weeks. Avi meant to say $511 per day, for a max of 2 weeks.

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