(Cleveland) - This is the week of Hanukkah, and a Cleveland synagogue and its congregation are lending their help to a neighbor who was a victim of anti-semitic vandalism on the first night of the annual Jewish holiday festival.
The homeowner says she heard noises outside her home that evening, then went outside to find swastikas spray painted all over the outside of her house and driveway gate. A neighbor's surveillance camera caught sight of the vandal, but there is no clear view of his face, and there has been no arrest.
The congregation of B'nai Jeshurun has set up a mailing address for tax-deductible contributions that will go to repairing the outside of the victim's home. They have also provided an online means of donating, through their website at bnaijeshurun.org/donate. B'nai Jeshurun says 100 percent of any contribution will be used to this end.
B’nai Jeshurun Congregation
27501 Fairmount Blvd.
Pepper Pike, OH 44124
Note: if contributing online, make sure to state in the 'memo' portion of the web page that it is to be used for 'home repair.'
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