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March 31, 1995 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-31

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There's more than
one way
to save
a ie.

With your contributions to the Allied
Jewish Campaign, Jewish relief
agencies are rescuing suffering and
destitute people around the world.
But there's another group, closer to
home, that also needs our help.

They are the thousands of youngsters
who need guidance, an adult friend,
Jewish experiences to enrich their
lives and shape their future.

Agencies supported by the Allied
Jewish Campaign provide counsel-
ing, adult volunteers, Jewish educa-
tion, and recreational opportunities
in a Jewish setting. Scholarships
enable all children to take part.

But our agencies can't do it without
you. Your gift to the Allied Jewish
Campaign will help provide vital
services to our children so that their
lives will be enriched and their future
assured.

You don't have to go far to save a
life. Please give to the Allied Jewish
Campaign... for the kid next door.

Allied Jewish Campaign

Days of Decision
April 2-5, 1995

For information on Federation's
youth-serving agencies, call the
Jewish Information and Referral
Service, (810) 967-HELP (967-4357)

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