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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-05-22

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Through Their Centennial Fund Gifts,The Farber Family
Have Come Together to Support the Future of Jewish Detroit


udrey and Bill Farber have cared deeply about

"The motivation to give these gifts came from deep

the Detroit Jewish community throughout their

within Bill Farber," say David and Nanci. "He believes

lives, and their commitment and generosity have

simply that children are our future. If he could have it his

made a profound difference to countless individuals.

way, every Jewish child would be able to have a Jewish

The Farber's passion for helping others also has had

education regardless of financial ability." As Jeff and

a tremendous impact on their children, David and

Jennifer point out, that belief has become a central

Nanci, Jeff and Jennifer, and Larry and Barbara.

value for the entire family. "We hope to teach our

Now, through their Founder Level Centennial Fund

children the importance of helping others just as our

gift, the Farber family is working together to provide

parents have taught us. From education to feeding the

support to Jewish children at Akiva and Hillel Day

hungry to taking care of the elderly, helping others is

Schools and Camp Tamarack. The Centennial Fund is

not just a nice thing to do, but a responsibility for those

the central endowment campaign for ensuring the

that can. As we grew up, we saw our parents giving both

long-term security of Jewish Detroit, and the ideal

their time and money. Our goal is to see that their wishes

vehicle to support the family's vision for the future of

are met for many years to come."

the community.

g% Jewish Federation



May 22 • 2014


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