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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-05

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COMMUNITY HELP

5,99%

Fixed Rate Home Equity Loans

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Valley's Kreiger Geriatric Center.

• DMC/Sinai-Grace Hospital (Detroit):
$140,000 to purchase five beds for the
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

• DMC/Sinai-Grace Hospital (Detroit):
$24,200 to purchase biofeedback equip- .
ment for the Crown Pointe Pain
Management program in Oak Park.

• DMC/Sinai:Grace Hospital (Detroit):
$43,492 to purchase an electrophysiolo-
gy system for the Comprehensive Heart
Center Catherization Lab.

Interest Rate•— 25 years

• DMC/Sinai-Grace Hospital (Detroit):
$194,000 to purchase surgical equip-
ment for the Berry Health Center in
West Bloomfield.

• DMC/Sinai-Grace Hospital (Detroit
$6,500 for the 17th annual Benard
Maas Lecture Series.

• Friendship Circle (West Bloomfield):
$80,000 over two years to hire an edu-
cational director for Ferber Kaufman
LifeTown, a new facility that will serve
as a therapy center, social meeting place
and activity center for children with
special needs.

• Henry Ford Health System (Detroit):
Up to $10,000 to support startup costs
for the Detroit Wayne County Health
Authority.

• Jewish Apartments and Services,
Jewish Family Service, Kadima (Oak
Park/Southfield): $674,000 to provide
in home support services to over 700
frail older adults to continue to live
independently in their own homes.

REFINANCE

• Jewish Apartments & Services (Oak
Park): $60,000 for a partnership pro-
gram with the University of Michigan
Geriatrics Center designed to reduce
fall-related injuries by residents.

I HOME IMPROVEMENT I DEBT CONSOLIDATION

• Jewish Apartments & Services (Oak
Park): $25,000 for a mental health pro-
gram in collaboration with the Wayne
State University Institute of
Gerontology and Jewish Family Service.

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Jewish Community Center (West
Bloomfield): $100,000 for the Kids All
Together program to integrate children
with disabilities into existing recreation-
al and social programs at the JCC.

• Jewish Home and Aging Services/JVS
(West Bloomfield and Southfield):
$384,896 for the Dorothy and Peter
Brown Adult Day Care Program.

Fifth Third Bank

• Salvation Army (Southfield): $40,000
to. expand medical services at the Denby
Center, a residential facility in Detroit
for homeless children awaiting place-
ment with a foster family. ❑

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Upon qualification. Offer valid at Southeastern MI Banking Centers. Applicable interest rate may vary depending on your credit qualifications. As of 2-01-04, up to 80% loan-to-value (LTV) home equity loan
and 300 month term receives 6.02% Annual Percentage Rate (APR) and $322.91 monthly payment. APR reflects 5.99% interest rate, amount financed of $50,000, 30 days to first payment, first lien position,
BillPayer 2000' debited from a Fifth Third Bank checking account, $165 loan fee, and is not available for Fifth Third refinances. Selection of 120 days no payment option may affect APR and payment; APR is
6.02% and payment is $327.77. Interest will continue to accrue during the no payment period. No other discount applies. Other rates are available on loans with loan-to-value ratios above 80% up to
100%. In Florida documentary stamp tax and intangible taxes apply. The total cost of these fees will generally range from $28 - $275. Contact your nearest Banking Center for details. Terms and
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