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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-09-20

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from the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit


uestion: What does a good year mean to you?

Likely, it means health and security for you and

your loved ones. For many of us, Shana Tova

This is the mission of Federation.

We are here to ensure a good year for the entire community,

and to build the foundation for many good years to come.

means simply a year in which we can enjoy our family,

This too, is the mission of our Annual Campaign. The

friends and community.

Campaign is the central vehicle for ensuring the welfare

What does a good year mean for our Jewish community?

of our Jewish community here in Detroit, in Israel and

The answer is much the same. We hope for health, happi-

around the world.

ness and prosperity for Jews everywhere across our city.

StepForward is the theme of the 2012 Annual

Those in crisis are offered the help they need; children are

given access to Jewish education and experiences; seniors

Campaign. Please join with the thousands of Jewish

Detroiters who have already stepped forward and made

live in comfort and with dignity; our young people have

their gift.

opportunities to pursue rewarding lives in their home town.

We need your help today.
Make your gift so that the year ahead is a good one for everyone.


© Jewish Federation


September 20 • 2012


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