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June 25, 2009 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-06-25

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No Family Stands Alone isnot just a
slogan.
It's a call to action.

To our Jewish community:

Our Detroit Jewish community has always been one of the strongest, most dynamic and vibrant in the country.

Ours is also a generous community, a community that has always responded to the needs of the most vulnerable

As representatives of our community's synagogues and social service agencies, we are seeing first

So the deteriorating economic conditions. Needs far outweigh resources, making it increasingly difficult to keep pace.
of many members of our Jewish comm
are crying out for support.
unity are facing serious difficulties and subsequent family pressures, and

No Family Stands Alone

is not just a slogan,. it's a call to action.

It's a response
to help
those
Federation, along with partner agencies such as ours and other community
agencies,
created
n dire need.
Project to direct all those in need to one central resource. The Jewish Assistance Project
t h i e Jewish
w ish Assistance

addresses emergency
financial assistance, food, healthcare, housing, employment services, transportation and menta
Those who are lu need of such assistance can call 248N2°2650.
l health issues.

In order for us to respond to the urgent needs of our community during this critical time, it will take the involvement
of
our entire Annual
community.
The most significant way to address these enormous needs is through the work of
Federation's
Campaign.
No Family Stands Alone
is not just a slogan,. it's a call to acti
For those of us who can support its efforts
on.
, we need to participate.
We ask that you do what you can to provide hope to those who turn to our a
Three ways to give now:
gencies for help.

1. Hotline:
888- GIVE-HOPE

2. Online:
j e wishdetroit.org/nfsa

3. Mail:

Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
Attn: NFSA

P.O. Box 2030, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-2030
On behalf of a grateful Detroit Jewish community, thank you for your kindness and generosity.
Thank you for standing with us to en
sure No Family Stands Alone.
Shelley Hutton
Sandy Danto
President,
Brian Meer
President,
Tamarack Camps
Jim Berger
Chairman of the Board
Jewish Family Service
President
of Trustees, JVS
Peggy Daitch
Hillel Day School
Rabbi Joseph Krakoff
President,
Rabbi Yechiel Morris
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Hebrew Free Loan
Young Israel-Southfield
President, Michigan Board of Rabbis

Presidium Member, Council of Orthodox
Rabbis of Metropolitan Detroit

If you, or someone you know needs
assistance, contact the Jewish

Assistance Project at (248) 592-2650

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Jewish

--' Federation

of Metropolitan Detroit

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