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January 17, 2003 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-01-17

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Foundation. Seeks
Grant Requests

The Jewish Women's Foundation of
Metropolitan Detroit is seeking pro-
posals for projects to benefit the
health, expand the choices and
improve the opportunities for Jewish
women and girls through philanthro-
py and education.
Initial proposals are to be submitted
to the Jewish Women's Foundation,
do Helen Katz, 6735 Telegraph
Road, P.O. Box 2030, Bloomfield
Hills, MI 48301, no later than noon
Friday, Feb. 21.
Applicants must be non-profit
organizations with IRS 501 (c)(3) tax
designation letters or must have a tax-
exempt organization as a fiscal agent.
The maximum grant size for the
Foundation's 2003 cycle will be
$10,000.
Margot Halperin has been JWF
chair since the foundation's November
1999 inception. Always ready to
recruit new women to its roster, JWF
recently welcomed its 105th trustee.
For application guidelines, instruc-
tions and forms or information about
the Jewish Women's Foundation, call
Helen Katz, (248) 203-1483 or
katz@jfmd.org Application materials
are also available online at
thisisfederation.org

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MJAC Names
Raffle Winners

Michigan Jewish AIDS Coalition
(MJAC) announced the winners of its
annual raffle.
The $10,000 grand prize went to
Joel Cathey; a piece of jewelry from
Astrein's Fine Jewelry was won by
Dorothy Kaufman; and a three-hour
home design consultation by
Goldman Design Firm went to Eric
and Liz Kanter.
A dinner for four at Duet was won
by Marc Zupmore; dinner for four at
Milk & Honey of West Bloomfield
went to Elizabeth Driker Ohren. The
winner of season tickets for two at the
Jewish Ensemble Theatre was Faith
Landsman.
Two champagne flutes and a bottle
of champagne from Ilona's were Terri
Irvine's prize. A cosmetics package
from Mira Linder Spa in the City
went to H. James Zack.

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