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December 29, 1989 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-29

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UJA/JCA Reconsiders
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nited Jewish Appeal/
Jewish Community
Association board
members on Dec. 19 awarded
$121,917 to local programs
for the 1990 budget year. The
two largest recipients includ-
ed the Jewish Community
Center ($55,000) and the
Hebrew Day School ($30,000).
Other organizations receiv-
ing funds included the Hillel
Foundation, Chabad House
and the Council of Jewish
Educators.
The allocation total was by
far the largest amount — in
dollars and percentage — ever
given to local organizations
by the UJA even though the
Campaign did not grow this
year. Some $372,138 was
raised.
Last year, local agencies
received $53,260 from the
UJA and the previous year
$39,400.
For years, there has been a
debate within the communi-
ty about the low level of funds
raised and the amount
budgeted for local needs.
• Within the past two years
there has been a push to in-
crease total campaign dollars
by showing donors that more
money would be used for local
needs, and less for national
needs and Israel, in line with
Jewish communities of
similar size.
One year ago, the UJA
adopted a policy that allowed
the earmarkiing of funds
specifically for local needs.
Twenty-five percent of the
total 1989 campaign ended
up earmarked. But on Dec.
19, the board decided to drop
, that policy.

"The whole process of ear-
marking was to give the im-
petus to provide funding
locally," explains Iry Smokier,
UJA board president. "Now
people can feel confident that
monies will go to local
organizations.
The move was seen by some
as a way of soothing those
who were against the ear-
marking policy while remain-
ing committed to substantial-
ly increased local funding.
UJA officials are hopeful that
pledges for the 1990 cam-
paign will be up substantial-
ly — topping $500,000.
The board also adopted
sveral policy recommenda-
tions suggested by the alloca-
tions comittee:
• The officers of each
membership organization re-

questing UJA funds will sign
a pledge to participate direct-
ly in the annual UJA fun-
draising campaign as con-
tributors and solicitors.
• Requesting organizations
must agree to abstain from
major fundraising during the
UJA Campaign and must pro-
vide a current list of their
members to the UJA.
The UJA board will set up
a committee to identify the
capital needs of local
organizations.
Left unresolved at the
meeting was whether the
UJA would consider con-
tributing funds for overseas
needs through channels other
:than the national UJA. The
allocations committee had
turned down a $12,500 re-
quest from the New Israel
Fund.
It is believed that the issue
will be raised again next
spring at the UJA/JCA's an-
nual meeting. 1=1

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1 LOCAL NEWS h.

Aleynu Begins
Group For Women

Aish HaTorah/Aleynu is
starting a learning group for
women in the Oak Park/Hun-
tington Woods area.
The group, led by Aviva
Tolwin, will study the mitz-
vot, emphasizing its relevan-
cy to life.
It will meet every Sunday
at Tblwin's home, in Oak
Park, at 8:30 p.m., starting
Jan. 7.
For information, call
Aleynu, 948-6900.

Brandeis Women
Host Drawing

At a noon luncheon Jan. 17
at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek, Brandeis University
National Women's Commit-
tee will hold a drawing for a
framed limited edition
graphic Emeth. The artwork
was created in honor of
Brandeis University by artist
Rina Rotholz.
The speaker at this event
will be University of
Michigan professor of
political science Dr. Zvi
Gitelman whose topic will be
"Caught In The Flood Tide:
Jews In The Soviet Union
And Eastern Europe Tbday:
There is a charge. For infor-
mation or reservations by
Jan. 12, call Ruth West,
569-7510; or Brandeis,
341-2461.



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