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October 17, 2013 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-10-17

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Through Their Donation to the Centennial Fund, Henrietta and Alvin Weisberg
Provide Dignity and Self-Sufficiency to Our Seniors

enrietta and Alvin Weisberg understand that

The Centennial Fund is the central campaign for

there is no greater gift than the ability to

ensuring the long-term security of Jewish Detroit.

lead an independent and meaningful life. Henrietta,

Providing for the well-being of our vulnerable

a Holocaust survivor, is a loving wife, mother and

members, including older adults, is a core priority.

grandmother and a devoted member of our Jewish

"Taking care of seniors is one of our essential

community. Alvin is an entrepreneur who, along

responsibilities as Jews," says Alvin,"and that means

with his family, built a thriving business through

helping them to remain active and independent as

tremendous drive and determination. Together,

long as possible." Adds Henrietta, "If we don't take

the Weisbergs have long been committed to

care of them, who will?" Through the Centennial

helping individuals throughout the community

Fund, and the extraordinary passion and generosity

lead fulfilling Jewish lives. Now, through their

of individuals like the Weisbergs, Jewish Detroit will

donation to the Federation Centennial Fund, they

always be a place where seniors can live with

are supporting Jewish lives long into the future.

independence and dignity.

Jewish Federation



October 17 • 2013


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