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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-07-18

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JEWISH FEDERATION OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

2003-04 ALLOCATIONS REPORT
LOCAL AGENCY and DIRECT PROGRAM ALLOCATIONS

to Sinai-Grace Hospital in Detroit.
"We have some carryover of funds
that we have available," said David
Page, chairman of the Jewish Fund.
"We don't expect to have that carryover
next year, and so there should be no
expectation on the part of Federation or
the agencies that we would renew these
grants even at reduced levels; but we
didn't say, 'Don't come back."'
The agencies are still appreciative.
"The Jewish Fund is helping us to
continue services at a time when com-
munity need is at its highest," said Leah
Rosenbaum, JVS executive vice presi-
dent and chief operating officer.
Southfield-based JVS provides social
services and career development services.
Co-chairs Marta Rosenthal and
Michael Horowitz are gearing up for
the fall launch of Federation's 2004
Campaign. Mandel Berman and Robert
Aronson are co-chairing the Detroit
Legacy Fund, a permanent, restricted
endowment to secure communal servic-
es and programs. Phase I calls for $50
million.
Not all is in "hold the line" mode.
Facility and program improvements
continue at the JCC, including a new
Health Club and the new Harry and
Jeanette Weinberg Judaic Enrichment
Center in West Bloomfield, the Miracle
Mission to Israel 2004 is up to 506 pre-
registrants and 182 Israeli teens will
visit Tamarack Camps this summer.

2002-03

2003-04

Change

Alliance for Jewish Education /AJE
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
Supplemental School Scholarship Fund

1,632,323

1,294,000

(338,323)

-21%

440,118
604,359
150,000
771,701
105,385
131,300
2,202,863
513,400

418,200
574,200
142,500
733,200
100,200
124,800
2,093,100
487,800

(21,918)
(30,159)
(7,500)
(38,501)
(5,185)
(6,500)

-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%

(25,600)

-5%

$4,348,586

$3,874,900

($473,686)

-11%

TOTAL JEWISH EDUCATION SERVICES

JEWISH IDENTITY BUILDING AND
COMMUNITY OUTREACH

B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
Fresh Air Society
Grand Resort
Hillel Foundations
EMU Hillel
Hillel of Metro Detroit
MSU Hillel
U-M Hillel
Total Hillels
Jewish Community Center
Jewish Community Center Supplemental Grant
Mission Subsidies
Neighborhood Project
Birthright Israel

87,344
591,512
35,000

80,356
553,065
15,000

(6,988)
(38,448)
(20,000)

-8%
-6%
-57%

68,840
162,485
175,322
228,866
635,513
1,779,278
200,000
110,300
118,500
185,322

64,711
152,736
164,791
210,500
592,737
1,636,937
200,000
76,000
20,000
185,322

(4,130)
(9,749)
(10,531)
(18,366)

-6%
-6%
-6%
-8%

(142,342)
0
(34,300)
(98,500)
0

-8%

TOTAL
_____ JEWISH IDENTITY ANDCO MUNI
OUTREACH ACTIVITIES ,

,742,769

$3,35 ,424

($383355)

-10%

155,753
25,000
113,120
20,000
590,900
1,941,596
246,470
20,000
363,100
1,160,562
94,000
175,437
90,000

147,630
25,000
107,458
13,000
522,810
1,854,224
201,470
20,000
310,274
1,085,126
66,470
163,156

(8,123)
0
(5,662)
(7,000)
(68,090)
(87,372)
(45,000)
0
(52,826)
(75,436)
(27,530)
(12,281)
(90,000)

-5%

-31%
-83%

ADVOCACY AND AID TO
AT-RISK POPULATIONS

Commission on Jewish Eldercare Services (COJES)
Elderlink
Hebrew Free Loan Association
Hebrew Free Loan Association-JELS
Jewish Community Council
Jewish Family Service
Jewish Apartments and Services
Women's Department Grant - JAS
Jewish Home and Aging Services
Jewish Vocational Service
Michigan Jewish Conference
Domestic Resettlement
DMC/Sinai-Grace Hospital

Sharing The Burden

Jackier is pleased with how the agencies
have responded to their funding plight.
"Other communities that have faced
this have almost come apart over it," he
said. "People become very parochial in
their perspective and start worrying
about their own little area, and don't
care about the larger picture. They're
simply concerned about the few dollars
and fighting for whatever they can;
therefore, community discipline
becomes eroded. We didn't have that.
And I think it's a great tribute to this
OCA AN1j.
community. We came through a very
puutno
difficult time."
Agencies tried to maintain services at
ADDITIONAL LOCAL SUPPORT
near-optimal levels, although that wasn't
completely successful. Still, "our com-
0 Agency Incentive Grants
munity has come through this together,
Max M. Fisher Foundation
without finger pointing or bickering,
Capital Needs Reserve
Jackier added.
Fund Guarantees/Loan Obligations Supporting Local
There was the understanding, he said,
Services (5)
of, "`OK, we have to retrench and
UJF Endowment Development and Administration
understand we're now living in a new
TOTAL. OTHER ASSISTANCE
environment. We're going to get
through this together and we also rec-
TOTAL LOCAL AGENCY &
ognize that we're gong to have to raise
PROGRAM ALLOCATIONS
more money.'"

C



Change +/-

JEWISH EDUCATION SERVICES

-5%
-35%
-12%
-4.5%
-18%

-15%
-6.5%
-29%
-7%

,

44,14
-

11,243
135,000
695,000
1,050,000

4,166
(60,000)
(300,000)
50,000

+37%
-44%
-43%
+5%

2,691,497

15,409
75,000
395,000
1,100,000
1,000,000
2,300,000

(391,497)

-14%

$4,582/40

$3,885A09

(697,331 .

$17,670,033

$15,636,352

($2,033,681)

-11%

7/18

2003

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