The latest from New Jersey's Jewish Standard:
"I write to mobilize support for a Community Temporary Emergency Tuition Relief Fund. This emergency fund would exist only until such time that schools and the broader community are able to adequately create and support a structure that pushes us towards the quality and excellence we all desire, while also protecting a distressed and threatened Jewish middle class."
While institutions from shuls to social services to schools are wondering if they are going to be able to make their next mortgage payment or provide adequate food for a growing number of needy families come Pesach, I have no clue where such Emergency Funds that are in addition to current needs are going to come from. But don't get me wrong, I really wish I could believe.