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September 17, 1993 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-09-17

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YAD EZRA

feeding the Jewish ttaggry

To: Concerned Mem

September 17, 1993

bers of Our Community

Poor and hungry Jews in Detroit? Yes! And in Southfield, and Westland, and
Mount Clemens, and Oak Park, and Livonia, just to name a few. These people live in your
community, they are your family, and your neighbors, but, mostly, thousands of your Jewish
Brothers and Sisters whom you will never meet. And they are forced to depend upon Yad

Ezra to supplement their meager food supply.

providing a
Yad Ezra opened its doors in February of 1990 with the hope of pr
with the generous
supplement of strictly kosher food to any needy members of our blessed
Jewish Community.
M an
have been
ately,
Yad
ts charitable organization, we a
independent,
grass-roo
support of hundreds
of people who have offered their time and money. Unfortun
our Ezra
Jewish
Ezra's growth has been all too dramatic and, from very modest beginnings,
is
m Ders of Yad
of food to over 1600 nlg—L---
currently providing over 30 Iasis,
000 and always without cost to our clients. These recipients
_______1/1---
include the elderly,
shut-ins, the disabled, new Americans, single-parent families, the
Community
on a montb

underemployed and unemployed, and those in emergency situations.

WE NEED YOUR HELP. Help in further identifying those in need and directing
or below
them to our doors; help in teaching our chilren,
and our children teaching their d parents,
d
of the several thousands of people in our community with incomes hovering aroun
the poverty level; and help in soliciting , participation
from the leadership
members
of
service organizations,
and country and
clubs,
and your
UNITY WHO WILL
our temples, synagogues, youth groups
friends and family. THERE ARE THOSE IN THE JEWISH COMMUN
GO HUNGRY OR UNDERNOURISHED UNLESS YOU HELP. FOOD IS A BASIC

A BASIC HUMAN RIGHT.
happiness and health.
HUMAN NEED
d your fam
As we embark upon a New Year, we wish you and
We invite you to learn more about the Jewish hunger and poverty problem and Yad Ezra's

response, and ask for your involvement and support.

L ana Tova

Howard L. Zoll
President, Yad Ezra

Hardin • Oak Park, M148237 • (313) 548-FOOD (3663)
26641 Hard g

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