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July 19, 2002 - Image 101

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-07-19

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Leave the Comers of Our h-eids

For the poor and the „Stranger
High I M 1/4 9 Da y s 576 3/2 002

This is the fast I

have chosen ... to share your bread with the

kaiak

Although we live in an era of unprecedented
abundance, 12 million American children go to
school hungry, unable to concentrate and learn.
Millions of elderly people live with hunger each day,
uncertain of where their next meal is coming from.
And millions more struggle under the crushing weight
of hunger and poverty.

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For the last five years, thousands of Jews have given
life to the tradition of tzedakah and tikkum olam by
supporting "The Corners of Our Fields," a High Holy
Days appeal that seeks funds for MAZON: A Jewish
Response to Hunger and food for local charities.

The appeal has raised more than $4.4 million and
over six million pounds of food.

The Reform, Conservative and Reconstructionist
movements and Hillel International have again joined
with MAZON in "The Corners of Our Fields. "And
again, we ask you to join in this extraordinary act of
Jewish pluralism.

As you look inward during these High Holy Days, MAZON asks that you reach outward to those in need. Please give to MAZON
what you would have spent to feed yourself and your family on Yom Kippur. Your tax-deductible donation will support our grant-
making to programs that provide food, help and hope to hungry people in our country, In Israel and throughout the world.

Yes, I/we will leave "The Corners of Our Field" for the poor and the stranger
during the High Holy Days by giving to MAZ
A Jewish Response to Hunger.

Enclosed is a check payable to MAZON for $
or Visa ❑ Mastercard
AmEx ❑ Discover No.
Name
Cardholder name, if contributing by creirmrd--v- --„,
Address
City/State/Zip





Exp. Date





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Mail to: MAZON, 1990 S. Bundy r., Suite 260, Los Angeles, CA 90025-5232
All gifts are tax-deductibleiand will be acknowledged in writing.
www.mazon.org

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