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October 13, 1989 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-13

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Jews who arrived in Israel in
large numbers during 1984
and 1985.
"It's not one of the easier
campaigns," acknowledged
Robert Forman, executive
vice president of the Federa-
tion of Jewish Agencies of
Greater Philadelphia.
Forman called the debate
over the destination of the
emigres "divisive and atten-
tion-getting," but said that
givers are beginning to
understand that the com-
munity has a responsibility
to its new arrivals.
Philadelphia expects 1,500
emigres to arrive this year,
at a cost of $2,100 per arrival
for approximately three
months of Federation-
provided services.
Like many other federa-
tions, Philadelphia's waited
for the end of summer before
launching a full-scale fund-
raising effort on behalf of the
emigres.
In New York, where
12,000 Soviet Jews have set-
tled this year, the UJA-
Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies has pledges
of $7.4 million for the cam-
paign and has collected $5.6
million toward a goal of $10
million to $12 million.
Stephen Solender, exec-
utive vice president of the
federation, called it "a very
encouraging response, given
the fact that we started after
the regular 1989 campaign
was well along."
In Chicago, $1.8 million
has been raised toward a
goal of $2 million, according
to a spokesman for the
Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Chicago.
"The response has been
good," the spokesman said.
"Obviously, it is different
than if there were a war in
Israel. But on the whole,
there is a good, positive
response and a recognition
that the challenge is going to
be for a number of years."
The Combined Jewish
Philanthropies of Greater
Boston has raised $1.2
million toward a goal of $2.5
million in its New Freedom
Trail campaign.
Federation officials there
have also tried to counter
another community concern
that arriving Soviets are go-
ing to "disappear from the
community or become
totally assimilated," said
Barry Shrage, the federa-
tion's executive vice presi-
dent.
"From all the studies,
there is no indication" that
Soviet Jews drop out. El

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