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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-05-29

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GIVE YOUR CHILD THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME!



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Me Votes Are In

Federation announces
results of public voting.

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IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO REGISTER FOR
SELECT MINI-SESSIONS FOR CAMPERS
ENTERING 2ND - 5TH GRADE!

• Great way to enjoy a "taste of camp"

• Caring and nurturing staff

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• A leader in Jewish camping since 1902

Contact Kitty Phillips regarding available spots
248-647-1100 or phillips@tamarackcamps.com .

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Make positive changes
that will last!

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Women's Issues
Couples Therapy
Geriatric Specialty
Anxiety, Depression,
Bereavement Therapy and more.

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lawyer or an accountant when they have
legal or financial difficulties... Why delay
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Psychotherapist

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24 May 29 • 2014

he Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit
recently wrapped up "Jewish
Detroit Votes," an initiative that
offered the community the chance to
decide how a special $50,000 alloca-
tion was divided amongst the many
organizations it supports.
Using an online survey, partici-
pants were invited to choose from five
overall categories that encompassed
Federation's local and international
partner agencies and programs. All
community members were eligible to
vote.
Using the survey, participants were
asked to break their votes down into
percentages for each category, mir-
roring the allocation process that
Federation goes through as it weighs
the various needs throughout the
community.
The main goal of Jewish Detroit
Votes was to educate the community
into the work of Federation and its
partner agencies. The $50,000 fund
was a special one-time allocation
and was not a part of the Annual
Campaign, which raises money each
year to support the Jewish community.
By evaluating the many important
agencies and programs, participants
were given firsthand insight into
the breath of services and activities
in the community, and the inter-
related way in which they work with
Federation, as well as each other, to
serve Jewish Detroit.
The results of the voting are as
follows:
• Our Family: 33 percent
Hebrew Free Loan, Jewish Senior
Life, Jewish Family Service, JVS
• Our Future: 16 percent
Hillel of Metro Detroit, MSU Hillel,
U of M Hillel, NEXTGen Detroit
• Our Homeland: 13 percent
World ORT, Birthright Israel, Jewish
Agency for Israel, Partnership2Gether,
Teen Mission to Israel 2014, 'DC
• Our Knowledge: 21 percent
Akiva Hebrew Day School, Hillel
Day School, Yeshiva Beth Yehudah,
Yeshiva Darchei Torah, Yeshiva
Gedolah, Frankel Jewish Academy,
Federation's Alliance for Jewish
Education
• Our Spirit: 17 percent
BBYO, Jewish Community Center,
Tamarack Camps, Jewish Community
Relations Council
The $50,000 was divided evenly,
according to the final percentages.
Federation offers "mazel toy" to all
its schools and agencies and thanks
those who voted.



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