Gov. Wolf joined the Pennsylvania Jewish Coalition and local leaders at the 38th Annual Civic Commemoration of the Holocaust in Harrisburg.
Gov. Wolf announced over $5.23 million in funding to 120 churches, synagogues, mosques, temples, and other nonprofit organizations which serve diverse communities to improve their facilities’ security and protect from hate crimes.
Gov. Wolf Announces Launch of Nonprofit Security Grant Program, $5 Million Now Available for ApplicationsFebruary 01, 2022
Gov. Wolf announced that non-profit organizations serving diverse communities may now apply for the $5 million Non-Profit Security Grant Program to enhance security and protect from hate crimes.
Gov. Wolf Announces $4.5 Million Available for Organizations Targeted by Hate Crimes to Increase SecurityJanuary 27, 2022
Gov. Wolf announced $4.5 million in new funding for the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency’s Non-Profit Security Grant Program that provides funding to churches, synagogues, temples, mosques, and other non-profit organizations which face bias and are targets of hate crimes.
Pennsylvania Commissions Issue Joint Statement with Gov. Wolf in Remembrance of Lives Lost and Condemning Asian and Asian-American HateMarch 19, 2021
The Pennsylvania Commissions on African American, Latino, Asian Pacific American, Women and LGBTQ Affairs, overseen by Gov. Tom Wolf, released a joint statement today honoring the memory of eight murder victims in Atlanta and other Asian-Americans who have lost their lives in racially motivated acts of violence, as well as denounce the increase anti-Asian rhetoric and hatred.