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UJA allocates $263,000 for housing, neighborhoods.

UJA-Federation of New York is disbursing some $263,000 in housing and neighborhood preservation funds to the 1992-93 budget year. The monies are for new projects and to renew funds for existing ones.

New grants and loans include:

*$39,100 to the Bensonhurst Council of Jewish Organizations and the Jewish Community House of Bensonhurst for a joint project to improve inter-ethnic relations

*$35,100 to the Jackson Heights Elmhurst Kehmah, Inc. for commercial revitalization

*$20,000 to the Northeast Queens Jewish Community Council for neighborhood marketing and promotion

Renewed grants included $29,750 to the Jewish Council of Yonkers for various community development initiatives and $19,700 to Beth Abraham Hospital and the Neighborhood Initiatives Corporation in the Bronx to support a citizens' anti-crime program.
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Title Annotation:United Jewish Appeal
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Aug 12, 1992
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