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March 07, 2013 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-03-07

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CENTENNIAL
FUND

SECURING OUR FUTURE

Through the Centennial Fund, Doug and Barbara Bloom
Offer An Act of Loving Kindness to the Community

D

ouglas and Barbara Bloom share a deep

The Blooms' gift will impact the Acts of Loving

awareness and concern for the welfare of older

Kindness—Gemilut

Chasadim—program

for the

adults in our community. Together, they were searching

elderly living at Jewish Senior Life's Fleischman

for a way to make a difference amongst this vulnerable

Residence. Through this program, JSL has never had to

group, and the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan

send a resident elsewhere due to lack of funds, a truly

Detroit's Centennial Fund offered the ideal opportunity.

remarkable achievement given our recent economic

The Centennial Fund is the central endowment

challenges. The Blooms' gift will ensure that this track

campaign for ensuring the future long-term sec unty
i

record continues long into the future.

of the Detroit Jewish community

% Jewish Federation

OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

JN

March 7 • 2013

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