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News Watch

The Birmingham Temple presents_

To Good
Health

El Lecture by
Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine

MARCH 10, 2004 8:00 PM

Jewish Fund approves
community health grants.

"THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST"

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, its Jan. 27 board meeting,
the Jewish Fund approved
$2,402,088 in grant pay-
ments for 19 primarily
health-related programs.
The Jewish Fund was created in 1997
from proceeds of the sale of Sinai
Hospital to the Detroit Medical Center
and has since awarded $24.3 million in
grants to expand health and human
services to residents of metropolitan
Detroit.
"The Jewish Fund
remains committed to
continuing Sinai
Hospital's tradition of
improving the health
and quality of life for
individuals in metro-
politan Detroit," said
David Page, Jewish
Page
Fund chairman.
Following is a com-
plete listing of the dollars allocated and
purposes of the latest awards.

THE RISE OF
THE NEW ANTI-SEMITISM

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• Arthritis Foundation of Michigan
(Southfield): $110,000 over two years
to develop a comprehensive arthritis
education and management program in
the Detroit Jewish community.

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• Children's Dental Health Foundation
(Farmington Hills): $40,000 to provide
dental services to uninsured children
and families in Detroit.

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• DMC/Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital
(Commerce): $400,000 to purchase a
state-of-the-art critical care heart moni-
tor system.

• DMC/Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital
(Commerce): $50,000 for an on-site
health and wellness program at the
Jewish Apartments through Huron.

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• City Connect Detroit (Detroit):
$25,000 to increase federal and national
grant support for the city of Detroit and
the metro Detroit nonprofit community.

• City Year (Detroit): $75,000 to spon-
sor the Jewish Community City Year
team in partnership with the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit,
United Jewish Foundation and Jewish
Community Council.

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2004

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