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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-06-19

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DETROIT

WHAT
EVERY MAN
SHOULD
KNOWABOUT
IMPOTENCE.

Metro Hillel

Continued on preceding page

O

tinue programs and staffing.
The local Friends of Hillel
group raised $9,000 for the
organization last year, and
are increasing their efforts,
he added. The Friends' dona-
tion is matched by the Teitel
Family Trust.
Mr. Singer said the organ-
ization has applied for foun-
dation grants, will raise
money at its annual recep-
tion next week and will get
help from a Wayne State de-
velopment office mailing
this summer.
A June 22 buffet supper

Planners Now Working
On Budget Allocations

PHIL JACOBS

Managing Editor

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will honor Rabbi Finkelman
and raise funds for a schol-
arship in his name.
Mr. Singer said Hillel is
hoping to have a replace-
ment director "on board by
the time the academic year
starts" in the fall. Hillel
treasurer Paul Rochlen is —
heading the search corn-
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f May 31 to June 5 was
called Days of Decision
by Federation's Allied
Jewish Campaign, then the
upcoming days could be
regarded as "Days of Divi-
sion."
At least that's what Fed-
eration's Director of Plann-
ing Larry Ziffer said as his
department prepares itself
for the allocation of funds to
at least 23 constituent agen-
cies.
Days of Decision was a
window of time where the
Campaign closed itself
down. The purpose was to
enable Federation to know
exactly how much money it
would have to allocate. In
past years, as much as $2
million to $3 million would
come in as pledges as late as
December. Also, Days of
Decision lifted the Cam-
paign to last year's level of
$26 million, and it also add-
ed about 500 new con-
tributors.
"This is still going to be a
tough year," said Mr. Ziffer.
"But instead of walking
with a dagger over our
heads, we'll have a sense of
security."
The 500 new contributors
represents a 3 percent in-
crease in donor cards. Fed-
eration is hoping to make its
allocation plans complete by
the end of the month. The
Federation asked its agen-
cies to submit budgets repre-
senting a 5 percent cutback.
For some agencies such as
Jewish Vocational Service

where the Campaign con-
tribution represents only 10
percent of its budget, the
cutback is seen as slight. But
for agencies such as the Jew,
ish Community Council,
which depends 100 percent
on the Campaign, 5 percent
is a major slice.
"This is the end of a year-
long process for us," said Mr.
Ziffer. "This process is one of
making decisions
after listening to other peo-
ple and their concerns. We
don't pretend to play like
we're a government accoun- <
ting office where we're
challenging or second --H
guessing the agencies.
"Instead," he continued,'"
"we ask the agencies if they
are fulfilling their mandate
and accountability. Are there
Jews being served? Are Jews
not being served? This pro- ,
cess doesn't just happen at
budget time, but it's all of
the time. We look at it as if
we are managing portfolio.
We go so far as to check
what's happening in other
communities with similar
agencies. And with all of this
in mind, we're validating
level of services."
Mr. Ziffer said that he and
his staff also will be looking
at crisis issues, identifying
who the clients most at risk
are, and how this commun-
ity can best serve them. He T_
also said that the planning
staffers are also asked to ci
volunteer time on the
phones doing solicitations.
"You can't spend the
money unless you under- =
stand the pathos of raising ,
the money," he said. ❑

Allied Campaign
Names '93 Chairmen

Doreen Hermelin, past
president and Campaign
chairman of the Jewish

Federation Women's Division,'
will serve with Norman Pap-
pas as chairman of the 1993

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