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October 02, 1987 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-02

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Jews Asked
To Fight Hunger

Los Angeles — On Yom Kip-
pur, as Jews throughout the
world fast and pray, rabbis in
more than 1,000 congrega-
tions in the U.S. and Canada
will urge their congregants to
donate the dollars they would
normally spend on food that
day to Mazon, a Jewish
response to hunger.
Founded less than two years
ago by Leonard Fein, former
editor of Moment magazine,
Mazon — the Hebrew word for
food — seeks to combat
hunger around the world by
raising funds for established
agencies, both Jewish and
non-Jewish, that feed poor
people.
Mazon's concept for raising
funds is an unusual one. It
calls on Jewish families
celebrating a simcha — a wed-
ding, a bar or bat mitzvah, a
birthday or an anniversary —
to add a self-imposed three
percent tax to the cost of the
function and contribute it to
Mazon for the fight against
hunger.
Those wishing to share in
Mazon's Yom Kippur project
and/or to donate an addi-
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cost of their family's next
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the Administration's support
for Soviet Jewry, but concern-
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Shcharansky was concern-
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