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April 24, 2014 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-04-24

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Through the Centennial Fund, the William Davidson Jewish College
Loan Program Will Help Jewish Students Receive a Higher Education

illiam Davidson z"/, one of the nation's

will provide interest-free college and graduate

greatest entrepreneurs, was a champion

school loans to Jewish students of all ages from

for educational advancement as well as a major

across Michigan, helping hundreds of students each

supporter of the Detroit Jewish community.

year to achieve career goals and self-sufficiency.

Today, through the William Davidson Foundation,

The William Davidson Foundation hopes recipients

his philanthropy continues to support Jewish

from this program will continue Mr. Davidson's

education, scientific innovation and a myriad of

passion to make Southeast Michigan's Jewish

Jewish and general causes in the United States,

community a thriving place to work and live.

in Israel and around the globe. With a Trustee

Through this generous grant to the Centennial

Level grant to Federation's Centennial Campaign,

Fund, the William Davidson Jewish College Loan

the William Davidson Jewish College Loan

Program will carry on Mr. Davidson's investment in

Program has been established to further those

entrepreneurship and higher education, as well as

ideals. Through this program, Hebrew Free Loan

his love of our local Jewish community.


g% Jewish Federation



April 24 • 2014


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