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April 10, 1992 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-04-10

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• EXHAUST • BRAKES
•SHOCKSISTRUTS
• SUSPENSION
•FREE TIRE ROTATION

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Nickels, Pennies Add Up
To Help At Passover

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(Balance Extra)

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22

FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1992

T

he money came in in
pennies, nickels,
dimes and quarters. In
less than two weeks, it
totalled $156.
Akiva Hebrew Day School
students, grades one
through six, recently col-
lected the money to help
needy Jews in the area with
Passover food. The project
was part of an Akiva pro-
gram called Midot, which
stresses the development of
positive character traits.
Last month's focus was
tzedakah.
The project was developed
by third-grade teacher
Chana Greenfield and
second-grade teacher Flo
Ziffer.
Students were encouraged
during a two-week period to
bring tzedakah to purchase
kosher-for-Passover food.
About $100 of the money col-

lected went directly to Yad
Ezra, the local kosher food
bank. Representatives of the
fourth-, fifth- and sixth-
grades took the remaining
funds to the grocery store,
where they bought kosher
food themselves and gave it
to Yad Ezra.
"We wanted to give them
the hands-on experience and
realize what's really in-
volved in buying food for
Pesach," Mrs. Ziffer said.
Mrs. Ziffer said the seven
classes (two second-grade <
classes participated) took the
project seriously. In addition
to giving money, some
students priced food in ad-
vance and reported to fellow
students, while others
delivered the goods to Yad
Ezra. Each class had a spe-
cial tzedakah box to collect
the funds.
Started two years ago, the
Midot unit also has focused
on shmir at halashon, guar-
ding one's speech, and bikur
cholim, visiting the sick. ❑

New Endowment Fund
Aids Immigrants

In 1940, a young Jewish
girl from ,Germany found
haven in America. Now, 52
years later, she is repaying a
debt of gratitude with an en-
dowment fund to help new
Americans.
Resettlement Service will
use income from the
Margaret Herz Demant Im-
migrant/Refugee Horizons
Fund for shelter, food,
transportation and other
needs of immigrants.
Mrs. Demant recalls how
her uncles Fred and Henry
Butzel enabled her family to
come to America and helped
her parents establish a
business in Detroit. That
business grew into Walter
Herz Interiors.
A member of the Resettle-
ment Service board, Mrs. De-
mant said that should a time
ever come when there is no
need for immigrant relief, the
fund income will support the
needs of the elderly and poor,
as well as provide day care for
preschool-age children whose
parents have financial need.
Mrs. Demant's fund was
created under the Federated
Endowment Fund of the
Jewish Federation/United
Jewish Foundation and agen-
cies' Horizons program.
Horizons allows donors to
establish funds in their
names or the names of loved

Margaret Demant

ones to support specific areas
of service. Income generated
by the program is earmarked
for communal needs based on
the donor's interests.
Funds can be created with
a minimum of $5,000 for a
variety of purposes, including
innovative projects that can-
not be supported by agencies'
annual budgets. Donors also
may wish to enhance existing
services. New contributions to
existing programs, such as
the Margaret H. Demant Im-
migrant/Refugee Fund, are
welcome.
Michael Maddin is chair-
man of the Federated Endow-
ment Fund, and Robert
Slatkin chairs the Agency
Endowment Committee.

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