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December 06, 1991 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-12-06

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Here Are the Facts
of the 1992 Allied
Jewish Campaign

No One
Taught
Him
the
Facts
of Life

Fact:

More than 60

human service agencies

in Detroit and around the

world benefit from your

gift to the Allied Jewish

Campaign. That adds up

to hundreds of thousands

of people whose lives

you'll touch.

Fact:

Campaign admini-

strative costs total 6.3% of

the funds raised -- one of

the lowest fund-raising

costs of any charity in the

country.

Fact:

$18 more in your

Campaign gift this year will

help subsidize counseling

for a jobless single parent

at Jewish Vocational

Service. Why give $18
more? 18 is chaff... life.

It's a fact -- or so goes a myth that Jew baiters like to revive now and
then -- that all Jews are rich. That they control the banks, Hollywood,
the press. You name it.

Fact:

Hundreds of

Federation and agency

volunteers and staff spend

Is that a fact? If so, why is the Jewish Family Service providing emer-
gency aid for hundreds of families suddenly without income? If so,
why is the Jewish Vocational Service counseling new Americans facing
poverty in their new country? If all Jews are rich, why is the Fresh Air
Society giving so many scholarships to kids dreaming of a summer at
camp?

many hours matching
dollars to needs. By

making a pledge now, you

enable your community to

plan for the coming year.

Fact:

$100 more will help

The fact is, lots of our people are hurting. But, it's also a fact that the
Jewish community of Detroit shares their burdens... and their dreams.

supply kosher food and

Support our network of caring -- the agencies and beneficiaries of the
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit -- with your pledge to the
Allied Jewish Campaign. You'll be glad you did.
And that's a fact.
`Vs.

$100 more? $2 more a

warm clothing for an elderly

Jew living in poverty in

Eastern Europe. Why give

week can help provide

dignity and hope to another

human being.

Fact:

Share the Dream.

7

L.

More than 750

Soviet Jews will be

reunited with their families

in Detroit in 1992. The

'92 Allied Jewish Campaign

agencies of the Jewish

Federation, with Campaign

'

Answer the call
December 15

_ December 15, 1991

support, will help them with

housing, jobs, language

and the needs of daily

living.

Fact:

$365 more would

help an immigrant teenager

adjust to his new life in

Israel at a Youth Aliyah

village. Why give $365

more? It's a daily reminder

that we can help a child

Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit • 163 Madison Avenue • Detroit, MI 48226-2180 • (313) 965-3939

fulfill his dreams.

■ Isie

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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