THEDET80II JEWISH NEWS
Prayers are said before Shabbat dinner. Tradition is followed, a
heritage and identity reaffirmed.
At the Jewish Association for Retarded Citizens, our goal is
to make each Shabbat and each day a day of pride, dignity and
quality for mentally retarded citizens.
Through JARC, these people explore possibilities and
qualities of life not thought possible 25 years ago. They are able
to live in supervised homes or apartments. They're able to
grow, learn and explore their own identities, their own
heritages, their own dreams and goals.
The Jewish Association for Retarded Citizens is
currently helping retarded men and women reach
those dreams every day. But hundreds more are still
waiting for placement.
JARC needs help; the kind of help you can provide.
Please think of JARC the next time you have the
occasion to send a special tribute. Simply use the
form here. And know you've shared something
special with some very special people. You've
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Upon receiving a contribution, the Jewish Association for Retarded Citizens
will notify the person you designate. Contributions are tax deductible.
Please make checks payable to JARC.
Your cancelled check will serve as your receipt.
Mail to: JARC
24525 Southfield, Ste. 207
Southfield, MI 48075 • 557-7650
Amount of Enclosed Gift $
❑ Brick ($50)
[v] Double Chai ($36) L i Regular Tribute (minimum $5)
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