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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-08-09

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Hannan Lis, vice president of the
Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit, said he knows
how tight things are.
"We look at things on the global
perspective," he said. "Obviously every
agency as well as JCC would like to
have more available resources, but we
understand that Federation has tough
choices to make and we think that
they are making it in a very responsi-
ble and very community-minded fash-
ion."
The JCC will not only benefit from
the restricted funds to increase it's allo-

cation, but also an additional
$250,000 from the Federation's unal-
located Campaign Reserve Fund - a
move Lis said was part of a long-term
evaluation of the agency that actually
started years ago.
Because of the JCC renovation, "we
cannot be as aggressive in selling
memberships," he said. The fund "was
always out there to provide us once we
needed it."
Nurenberg said JVS hopes to avoid
any cuts in programs.
Last year, Federation's allocation was
only about 6 percent of the total JVS

revenue, but other funding organiza-
tions like the United Way and the
state of Michigan were unable to give
increases as well, she said.
"Over the past several years we have
been struggling in light of less revenue
from the state," she said. "We knew
going into this year that with the state
of the state budget that we were going
to have problems."
Hoping to raise $400,000 to pro-
vide for the most immediate needs,
the JVS has planned "Detroit Live: Jay
Leno," its 60th anniversary fund-rais-
er, for Sept. 14 at the Fox Theatre. ❑

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JEWISH FEDERATION OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT
2002-03 ALLOCATIONS REPORT LOCAL AGENCY ALLOCATIONS

JEWISH EDUCATION

Agency for Jewish Education
Alliance for Jewish Education
Day Schools
Akiva Hebrew Day School
Hillel Day School
Jewish Academy of Metro Detroit
Yeshiva Beth Yehudah
Yeshiva Darchei Torah
Yeshiva Gedolah
Total Day Schools
Supplement. School Scholar. Fund
Teen Mission
TOTAL JEWISH EDUCATION

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2002-03

2001-02

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1,348,890
165,000

$1,335,535
164,320

435,760
598,375

440,118
604,359

764,060
104,342
130,000

771,701
105,385
131,300

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245 .539.3001

150,000

2,032,537
340,000

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5,922,3

CULTURE & GROUP SERVICES

B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
Fresh Air Society
Hillel Foundations
EMU Hillel
Hillel of Metro Detroit
MSU Hillel
U-M Hillel
Total Hillels
Jewish Community Center
Neighborhood Project
TOTAL CULTURE & GROUP SERVICES

$68,840
$162,485
$175,332
$228,866

68,158
160,876
173,596
226,600



629,230
761,66 1

0,010- • •

120,500•

$3,183,525

COMMUNITY SERVICES

Commission on Jewish Eldercare Services (COJES)
COJES Long-Term Care Reserve
Hebrew Free Loan Association
Jewish Community Council
Michigan Board of Rabbis
Michigan Jewish Conference
Jewish Family SerVice
Jewish Apartments and Services
Women's Department Grant-JAS
Jewish Home and Aging Services
Jewish Vocational Service
Domestic Resettlement
DMC/Sinai-Grace Hospital
TOTAL COMMUNITY SERVICES

112,000
590,000
13,300
94,000
1,922,372
197,000
20,000
360,000
1,149,071
206,907

101,000

90,000

$4,921,403

$4,921,870

TOTAL LOCAL ALLOCATIONS

$12,027,320

$12,229,478

1. Will receive additional grants from restricted funds.
2. Total allocation is $543,400: with $200,000 funded from Annual Grant.
3. Total JFMD subvention of Teen Mission is $200,000 over 2 years, with $100,000 funded from Annual Grant.
4. An additional $250,000 is recommended from the Federation's Unallocated Campaign Reserve fund previously designated to support the JCC.
5. Designated to support JAS Prescription Medication Program for Seniors (PPS).
6. Based upon 72 arrivals. Estimated fund balance of Operation Exodus projected to be $300,000 as of 5/31/02.

113,120
595,900
13,433
94,000
1,941,596
198,970
20,000'
363,100
1,160,562
175,437-

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many good
reasons to
read the
Detroit
Jewish
News!

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2002

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