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January 22, 1988 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-22

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The Jewish Welfare Federation — the central
organization of the Jewish community of
Detroit — reaches thousands of people through
social service and education agencies here in
the metropolitan area, in Israel and in 33 other
countries.

Many activities — like this weekend's Campaign
Super Sunday telethon — bring our commu-
nity together. They give you and your family an
opportunity to reach out to other Jews and to
strengthen the services and programs that
benefit all of us.

On the local scene, Federation volunteers and
professional staff play a vital role in budgeting
and coordinating agency services, developing
new and creative programs and raising funds to
support them through the Allied Jewish

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For information or help from any of the local
Federation beneficiaries listed below, call the
Jewish Information Service at 967-HELP.

LOCAL

B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations:
Michigan State University
University of Michigan
Wayne State University
Fresh Air Society
Hebrew Day Schools:
Akiva, Hillel and
Yeshivat Beth Yehuda
Hebrew Free Loan Association
Jewish Community Center
Jewish Community Council

Jewish Family Service
Jewish Federation Apartments
Jewish Home for Aged
Jewish House of Shelter
Jewish Information Service
Jewish Vocational Service
Midrasha, College of Jewish Studies
Resettlement Service
Sinai Hospital
Transportation Services
United Hebrew Schools

When a volunteer calls you for your contribution
on Super Sunday, say YES to these beneficiaries
of the Jewish Welfare Federation's Allied Jewish
Campaign :

NATIONAL

American Jewish Committee
American Jewish Congress
Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith
Association of Jewish Family
and Children's Agencies
Baltimore Institute for
Jewish Communal Service
B'nai B'rith National Youth
Services (Hillel)
Brandeis University
Hornstein Program in
Jewish Communal Service

Center for Jewish Community Studies
Council of Jewish Federations
Hebrew Union College School
of Jewish Communal Service
International Conference of
Jewish Communal Service
JWB
Jewish Education Service of
North America
Jewish Labor Committee
Jewish War Veterans

Joint Cultural Appeal:
9 agencies
Large City Budgeting Conference
National Association of
Jewish Communal Service

National Association of Jewish
Vocational Services

National Conference on
Soviet Jewry
National Jewish Center for
Learning and Leadership
National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council
North American Jewish
Students Appeal
Synagogue Council of America

OVERSEAS

United Jewish Appeal and its beneficiaries:
Joint Distribution Committee
and ORT
New York Association for
New Americans
United Israel Appeal/Jewish Agency for Israel:

Bar-Ilan University, Ben-Gurion University,
Hebrew University,
Technion Institute of Technology,
Tel Aviv University, University of Haifa,
Weizmann Institute of Science

America-Israel Cultural Foundation
HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society)
Jewish Telegraphic Agency

YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
ON SUPER SUNDAY

JANUARY 24, 1988

Jewish Welfare Federation and Allied Jewish Campaign • 163 Madison Avenue • Detroit, MI 48226 • (313) 965-3939

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1988

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