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Every minute of every day,

we’re doing a world of good.

For the world. For the community. 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, Jewish Federation is hard at work. Caring for people in need, building communities, responding to emergencies and fostering Jewish life and learning — here at home, in Israel and around the globe. Through our extensive network of partners and agencies — and the generous support of donors like you — we’re doing a world of good.

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together 24/7/365 Our Promise

Jewish Federation of San Diego County will respond to the growth and needs in our community and work closely with our donors and community partners to create a vibrant Jewish world that will serve generations to come.

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Jewish Federation of San Diego County will partner with Jews in San Diego County to help fulfill their commitment to philanthropy in ways that meet their needs and match those of the community.

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Dear Friends, In 2011, the Jewish Federation of San Diego County celebrated 75 years of service and honored those whose selfless dedication, visionary leadership and unshakeable purpose brought us to this milestone. Together with our supporters, we have been instrumental in helping to establish San Diego as one of the leading Jewish communities in our country. We have worked tirelessly to define what

selves as a strong, vital and effective force

Federation will mean in the years to come,

in building our community for the future.

how it will be a relevant and effective organization guided by a clear, easily understood and widely accepted mission, and how it will be built and managed to fulfill that mission going forward. This past year has been marked by innovation and reinvigoration within the Federation movement and here in our own community. At home and across North America, Federations are working to respond to the needs of the Jewish community with energy, creativity and

whose efforts have enabled Federation to

4. Community Planning & Innovation Center

do the work it does today.

Federation is a catalyst for the develop-

this great organization over the years and

3. Community Event: Celebrating Jewish Heroes We hosted a free community event featuring Natan Sharansky, a true Jewish hero who traveled to San Diego to help

ment of innovative programs and services through our Community Planning & Innovation Center. Our Community Innovation Fund is an exciting, new, and ambitious approach to funding that focuses on our top five community

We are grateful to our board and staff

celebrate the 20th Anniversary of

who have worked so hard to ensure our

Operation Exodus, a proud and momentous

success. The following accomplishments —

time in our history. He shared his story of

our top 10 of the year — can make us all

heroism and freedom with our community.

proud to be part of the Federation family.

Another highlight of the event was a

1. Name Change

moving ceremony in support of “Torahs for

We successfully changed our name and

our Troops” that provides Torah scrolls for

Since opening last October, Moishe

identity to align more closely with the

use by military chaplains all over the world

House has already hosted more than 40

North America Federation system and

that began the effort to fund the writing of

programs for hundreds of young adults.

benefit from national exposure, visibility,

a San Diego Jewish community Torah for

And thanks to the One Happy Camper

and recognition.

use by Jewish military chaplains serving in

program, 121 Jewish children from the area

the field of battle.

are attending overnight camp for the first

initiative that are aligned with Jewish

2. 75thAnniversary

values. Just one year after launching our

In commemoration of this milestone, our

new name and logo to strengthen our

75th anniversary celebration on January

identity with Federations across North

15 was a wonderful night in which we

America, we continue to establish our-

recognized the leaders who have built

priorities. Twelve projects, including Moishe House and One Happy Camper, were initiated through this fund with the goal of strengthening the San Diego Jewish community.

time.

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5. JCRC

7. Young Adult Engagement

8. Senior Services

10. Disaster Relief

One of our biggest accomplishments of

We have focused on several meaningful

As part of our renewed commitment

In this year marked by several major

the past year was the introduction of the

initiatives to engage young Jewish adults

to ensure quality of life for seniors, we

natural disasters, the San Diego Jewish

new Jewish Community Relations Center

in the San Diego area and connect them to

expanded our support of On the Go. This

Community continued its tradition of

(JCRC), which will soon unveil a new

our community.

senior transportation system — developed

support during times of crisis. Just as last

in a partnership of Jewish Family Service,

year when Federation provided critical

the Jewish Community Foundation, and

aid to those affected by catastrophic

Federation with several other Jewish

earthquakes in Haiti and Chile, this year we

organizations — provides a cost-effective

raised funds for the victims of a massive

transportation option for seniors. It allows

earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the

them to maintain their independence,

disastrous forest fires in Northern Israel,

manage their health and medical needs,

and the devastating tornadoes in the U.S.

maintain social activities and stay connected

As always, the Federation movement,

to Jewish religious and cultural life. Over

through our partners, responded instantly

the past year, we also revitalized the

to help those in need, and this ability is a

Jewish Senior Services Council to focus on

true strength of our Federation.

Jewish Community Relations Council with representatives from partners across the diverse spectrum of our community. The new Center, established with the generous support of the Leichtag and Viterbi Family Foundations, is already serving as the public affairs arm of Federation and the Jewish community — as well as a place for the community to come together in times of crisis, celebration, and commemoration.

This past year our Young Adult Division hosted more than 360 events — an event a day. Our diverse programming included food drives, fundraising, Shabbat Connections, business networking, happy hours, softball and even Jewish speed dating. In partnership with the Leichtag Family Foundation, we also made a major commitment to Birthright Israel. We collected critical funds to help ensure that

6. Jewish Educational Services Council

any young Jewish adult in San Diego who

We are very excited about the work

wanted to could participate in a Birthright

we are doing to ensure a bright future

Israel trip and thereby strengthen their

for Jewish education. Together with

personal Jewish identity.

our community partners, the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center (JCC) and its Center for Jewish Culture (CJC), we are undertaking a new collaborative framework for the advancement of Jewish education in San Diego. In August 2011, the Agency for Jewish Education’s programming, resources, and services were integrated into the JCC and CJC program offerings. Federation, in turn, established the Jewish Educational Services Council to engage Jewish community educational stakeholders in a visionary planning and advisory forum.

Finally, The 2030 Project, also sponsored by the Leichtag Family Foundation, is a new planning initiative aimed at bringing Jews in their 20s and 30s together to envision and create a stronger San Diego Jewish community. Federation offered subsidies to attend Jewish conferences, which have a direct correlation to young adult engagement. As a direct result, 46 young San Diegans were sponsored to attend TribeFest, JFNA’s innovative and creative conference for young adults. We look forward to sharing more about the outcome of this initiative after a planning

identifying and planning new innovative programs for the needs of seniors. The new JSSC will be composed of both volunteers and professionals.

Looking Ahead In the coming year, we will continue our efforts to meet the needs of Jews around the world and build our community for the

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future. We are committed to do more and

This past year marked the 13th year

look forward to working with each and every

of our longstanding partnership with

one of you as we look toward celebrating

Sha’ar HaNegev. This Bar Mitzvah year

100 years of Federation in San Diego.

was an opportune time to re-imagine our partnership and continue to develop compelling ways to connect Jews in San Diego to the people of Israel. We are also

Thank you for all you do for the community. Your support means so much, particularly during these challenging times.

proud of our continued commitment to fundraising for a safe high school, the Sha’ar HaNegev Educational Village. Its grand opening early next year will be an emotional occasion for all of us.

Jan Tuttleman Board Chair

summit of thought leaders convenes to discuss the future of San Diego’s emerging adult community. Steve Morris President and CEO

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Our 75th anniversary and a milestone year. August 3, 2010 2030 Network, including leadership of all San Diego Jewish young adult groups, convenes for the first time.

September 2010 The Latino-Jewish Coalition establishes a new home at Federation.

October 2010 President and CEO Steve Morris and 15 others participate in “Start-up Israel 2010,” an innovative Federation mission to Israel co-sponsored by the Friends of the Israel Defense Force — focusing on people and organizations that are true examples of the ingenuity and intelligence that have made the Jewish state a leader in technology, innovation and entrepreneurship.

October 2010 Moishe House San Diego opens its doors to serve young adults in their 20s, helping to strengthen their Jewish identity and

October 2010 One Happy Camper program is initiated, a groundbreaking collaboration between the Federation and The Foundation for Jewish Camp.

community involvement — sponsored by a partnership between

November 2010

Federation and the Jewish Community Foundation.

Israel Advocacy Leadership Forum (IALF) convenes for the

October 28, 2010 Federation honors Jewish heroes with a historic community-wide event at the former Naval Training Center at NTC Promenade.

first time — a working group of community professionals and volunteer leaders actively engaged in the work of Israel advocacy in the San Diego area.

Highlights include a moving ceremony in support of “Torahs

December 2010

for Our Troops,” that provides Torah scrolls for use by military

The Jewish Federation of North America (JFNA) Carmel Wildfire

chaplains all over the globe, and an address by Natan Sharansky

Allocations Committee, chaired by our immediate past Board

in recognition of the 20th anniversary of Operation Exodus.

Chair, Andrea Oster, distributes nearly $1 million to aid victims of the catastrophic fires in Israel’s Carmel region.

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January 15, 2011

May 1, 2011

More than 750 Federation supporters attend Celebrate 75,

San Diego commemorates Yom HaShoah, Holocaust

the 75th anniversary celebration of Jewish Federation. The

Remembrance Day. The program, entitled “Our Survivors: Their

fundraising event raises more than $560,000 for the Annual

Lives and Legacies,” draws more than 700 people.

Campaign and honors past presidents of Federation and its

May 11, 2011

Women’s Philanthropy arm.

Nearly 600 community members attend the Israel & Overseas

March 2011

Center’s Yom Hazikaron ceremony, featuring performances

A national mission, chaired by San Diego Federation board

by a new children’s choir and local musicians and other

member, Brain Tauber, travels to Ethiopia and Israel to launch

commemorative ceremonies.

“Completing the Journey,” the culmination of a historic effort

May 14, 2011

that raised $5.5 million to help bring the remaining 8,700 Falas Mura community members to Israel.

March 6-8, 2011 Forty-six young San Diegans attend TribeFest 2011 in Las Vegas, a gathering organized by JFNA and aimed at cultivating the next generation of Jewish leaders and philanthropists.

Tzedakah Ball, Federation’s Young Adult Division’s annual flagship fundraising event to benefit the Federation’s Annual Campaign, is held.

May 15, 2011 Over 2,000 San Diegans gather at Ski Beach in Mission Bay Park to celebrate Israel Independence Day in a festival featuring a Bike

March 15, 2011

Ride and Walk for Israel, a performance by the Israel Defense

A ceremony is held at the Scripps Seaside Forum, recognizing

Forces Band, an Israeli circus and a wealth of other activities.

the generosity of 100 local members of Lion of Judah.

September 25, 2011

Community leader and philanthropist Elaine Galinson receives the prestigious Kipnis-Wilson Friedland Award.

March 24, 2011 The Louis Rose Point Memorial commemoration ceremony is held in Point Loma, honoring San Diego’s first Jewish settler. Federation managed the funds and supported the effort to build the memorial and support the commemoration ceremony..

April 22, 2011 Landmark Jewish Education Framework is adopted, a milestone agreement between the Agency for Jewish Education (AJE), the Lawrence Family JCC/CJC, and Federation to support Jewish education programming and planning for the next five years and to create the new Jewish Educational Services Council (JESC), a part of the Federation’s Community Planning & Innovation Center.

May 2011 The Jewish Community Relations Center (JCRC) travels to Sacramento for a public policy trip to advocate for Jewish causes.

2030 Project of the Young Adult Coalition meets at Paradise Point in Mission Bay.

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FEDERATION MATTERS AT EVERY HOUR

(09:25:15) (01:46:03) From armed conflicts to acts of terror to natural disasters, Jewish Federation responds. Whenever there are Jews in need, Federation and our overseas partners are there to help.

Studies show that kids who attend Jewish camps are 55% more likely to maintain a lifelong connection with the Jewish community. That’s why Federation funds camp experiences in the U.S., in Israel and around the world. Our local One Happy Camper program has enabled more than 121 San Diego area kids to attend Jewish camps for the very first time this past summer.

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(05:55:31) From kosher food banks and soup kitchens to Meals on Wheels and other food programs Jewish Federation funds prevent and alleviate hunger here in San Diego and all over the world.

(11:08:16) More Jews live in poverty in the former Soviet Union than anywhere else in the world. Nearly two thirds of Ethiopian families and one-third of all children in Israel live below the poverty line. Wherever on earth there is poverty, Federation is there with our overseas partners — bringing hope as well as access to critical social services.

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(10:35:47) Federation funds absorption centers across Israel, helping prepare new immigrants for their new lives. For 13 years, the Jewish Federation of San Diego County has funded the work of IBIM, one of Israel’s most effective absorption centers.

Responding quickly to the deadly tornadoes that gripped the South and Midwest in 2011, Federation efforts provided medical care and recovery assistance. From Joplin to Tuscaloosa, we were there to help.

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(12:35:57) In keeping with the long tradition of Jewish humanitarianism during times of crisis, Federation provided critical aid to those affected by the massive earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Within hours, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee had people on the ground with food and supplies and opened a field hospital.

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Federation helps the future leaders of our Jewish community

enhance their connection to Israel and the Jewish people. Since 1999, for example, more than 260,000 young adults from 52 countries have visited Israel on Birthright Israel trips Including more than 3,000 from San Diego.

(11:48:32) Through Federation, the San Diego Jewish community has generously donated over $1 million toward the construction of a new High School Arts Center for school children in Sha’ar HaNegev who live under a constant threat of missile fire. The school, scheduled to open in early 2012, will provide a safe environment for students and faculty to learn, grow, and celebrate Jewish life without fear.

(02:36:51) Federation joined a historic effort to raise $5.5 million to help bring the remaining 8,700 Falas Mura community members from Ethiopia to Israel. “Completing the Journey” will close the circle the Jewish Federations began in the 1980s and 1990s with Operations Moses and Solomon, which brought more than 100,000 Ethiopian Jews to Israel.

Since 1999, more than 260,000 young adults from 52 countries have visited Israel on Birthright Israel trips.

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24/7/365 In 2010–11, along with a name change, Jewish Federation of San Diego County initiated a new structure: a collaborative effort among several centers, each with a particular emphasis. This structure will enable us to optimize planning for the future; connect Jews in San Diego to Israel, the worldwide Jewish community and each other; provide a voice for our community in the public sphere; and most importantly, be a partner in Jewish giving.

connect “Chesed Home is an exciting new concept that will soon become a reality — the first home of its kind in San Diego, a place where adults with mental health disabilities can live in a safe, secure and Jewish-oriented environment. Federation has given us the impetus to move forward, with a generous oneyear innovation grant that has allowed us to explore licensing, zoning and other logistical issues. More importantly, Federation has provided us with people resources — experienced trained staff — and knowledge resources that have been invaluable.” Fern Siegel, President of Hope Village, Past President of Jewish Family Service of San Diego and Co-chair of Mental Health Committee of JFS

Community Planning & Innovation Center works with local and worldwide Jewish communal institutions and organizations to understand, predict and plan for the Jewish community’s needs in San Diego, Israel and around the world and strategizes how to effectively meet those needs. Programs and organizations include: Jewish Senior Services Council (JSSC) — This community council is aimed at improving the quality of life for older Jewish adults throughout San Diego Country. On the Go — This program provides cost effective senior transportation options so that seniors can maintain their independence, manage their health and medical needs, participate in social activities and stay connected to Jewish religious and cultural life.

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The Community Innovation Fund — This bold, new and ambitious approach to funding is designed to stimulate grassroots projects and programs to improve the San Diego Jewish community. Federation opened the grant application process to the entire non-profit San Diego Jewish community, receiving 32 applications, in an effort to engage people at various stages in their Jewish journeys. An Innovation Leadership Gathering, under the auspices of Jewish Jumpstart, identified the need for innovation grant funding as a top priority. After a rigorous review process, the Innovation Review Committee selected 10 projects to receive a total of $50,000. Acting as a catalyst for change, Federation-funded projects include an Israel advocacy project on local campuses, a Jewish Discovery Expo, Tarbuton, G’Mach-Jewish Gift Closet, Chesed House for Jewish people with mental health challenges, an intergenerational program, and a Jewish genetic diseasescreening program. Other key projects initiated through this fund include Moishe House San Diego, which opened its doors in October 2010 and has since hosted 40 plus programs for more than 800 young adults. Serving young adults in their 20s, Moishe House connects the post-college Jewish population with each other and the wider Jewish population to build Jewish identity and foster Jewish community involvement and learning. Another key initiative coming out of the Community Innovation Fund is One Happy Camper, which has already funded first-time Jewish overnight camp experiences for 121 young San Diegans, thanks to the cooperation and support of local San Diego schools, businesses and many area synagogues.

Israel & Overseas Center connects Jews in San Diego to Israel and the worldwide Jewish community. Programs and organizations include: Israel Learning Series — This series of programs is designed to increase the community’s understanding of Israel’s history and culture, and its socioeconomic and geopolitical contributions to the world. A recent program featured Ishmael Khaldi, Policy Advisor to the Foreign Minister of Israel and Israel’s first Bedouin diplomat. Sha’ar HaNegev Partnership — Federation’s partner region, Sha’ar HaNegev, or “Gate to the Negev,” is a thriving, green oasis in Israel’s Negev desert. The region sits next to Gaza and is under constant threat from Kassam rockets. Despite that fact, housing is increasingly in demand and the community is flourishing. Federation is proud to help fulfill David Ben-Gurion’s dream of seeing the Negev bloom. We are pleased to have contributed over $1 million to the new Sha’ar HaNegev Educational Village, a state-of-the- art, safe secondary school for the community, which is scheduled to open in early 2012. JFNA Negev Coalition — This coalition, in which the Jewish Federation of San Diego County is partnering with 10 other Federations nationally, was formed to help provide employment, education and social service support for family members of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) related to their planned relocation from Tel Aviv to the Negev.

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Jewish Community Relations Center provides a voice for the

Provide the main information and technology portal through

Jewish community in media, government and intergroup affairs.

which new and current members of the Jewish community

The Center’s focus is on Israel advocacy, Latino-Jewish relations,

will get involved and connected to Jewish life in San Diego.

education of government officials, strengthening interfaith relations, and advancing the San Diego Jewish community priorities at all governmental levels. Programs and organizations include:

Coordinate a young adult engagement project that brings Jews in their 20s and 30s together to envision and create a San Diego Jewish community that is responsive to the strengths and needs of young Jewish adults.

Israel Action Network (IAN) — Rooted in the conviction that

Partner with San Diego County synagogues to increase

local communities can and must play a more substantial role in

engagement in the San Diego Jewish community.

countering the assault on Israel’s legitimacy, the IAN was created to mount an effective and strategic response to deal with boycotts, divestment, and sanctions (BDS). Israel Advocacy Leadership Forum (IALF) — This is a working

Become a volunteer clearinghouse within the Jewish community, engaging individuals and groups in volunteering, developing volunteer programs, and connecting volunteerism with Jewish education and leadership development.

group of community professionals and volunteer leaders who are

Implement leadership development strategies that will

actively engaged in the work of Israel advocacy in the San Diego

attract, engage and prepare new volunteer community

area. Their mission is to promote Israel as a viable, safe, secure,

leaders as well as improve the leadership skills of

Jewish and democratic state.

current leaders through board member training, succession

Secure Community Network — This national organization focuses on matters of communal safety, security and preparedness in response to a heightened security concern among national and local Jewish leadership. Community Engagement & Leadership Center is one of four centers envisioned by The Jewish Federation of San Diego County as part of a bold and innovative plan to build and sustain a vibrant Jewish future for San Diego. Specifically, the Community Engagement & Leadership Center will:

planning, and governance enhancement programs for Jewish organizations of all types. Programs include: The 2030 Project — Sponsored by the Leichtag Family Foundation, this new Federation initiative is aimed at bringing young Jewish adults together to envision and create a strong San Diego Jewish community by the year 2030. Specifically, the 2030 Project offers subsidies to attend events like TribeFest, a gathering of young Jews from Federations across North America, held in Las Vegas this past March. Plans are also in the works for a summit of thought leaders to discuss the past, present, and future of San Diego’s emerging adult community. Community Chaplaincy Program — This program serves the religious and spiritual needs of unaffiliated Jewish patients, residents and family members in hospitals and long-term care facilities.

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24/7/365 partnership PARTNERING FOR A VIBRANT JEWISH FUTURE

The Jewish Federation of San Diego County supports our partners providing direct services on the front lines — locally, nationally and around the world. Together we are working to care for those in need and inspire and engage Jews throughout the world.

“Jewish Federation of San Diego was instrumental in bringing Moishe House to the San Diego area. They proactively approached us because they believed, passionately, in Moishe House as an effective model for strengthening Jewish identity and making connections among young adults. A testament to their level of commitment and support was the fact that they first contacted us in March 2010 and the Moishe House in La Jolla opened in October 2010.” David Cygielman, CEO, Moishe House

OUR LOCAL PARTNERS Jewish Community Foundation of San Diego The Jewish Community Foundation of San Diego Is a major resource for Jewish philanthropy, partnering with donors and community organizations to achieve a variety of charitable goals and increase support for Jewish and general community charities locally, in Israel and around the world. Among its many programs are Book of Life, Community Issue Advocacy, Create a Jewish Legacy®, and Jewish Women’s Foundation. Jewish Federation of San Diego and the Jewish Community Foundation are collaborating to determine the future funding and sustainability of a number of key projects, including On the Go, Birthright Israel, Legacy Development and others. The two organizations are also spearheading the Senior Summit, which is working to identify the future needs of the Jewish senior population in San Diego County and how best to address them. Agency for Jewish Education (AJE) Federation has been a critical donor to and long-term supporter of the Agency for Jewish Education (AJE), which ceased independent operation on June 30, 2011. Future funding of key

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AJE legacy programs will be through the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center. Federation recently spearheaded the creation of an exciting new Framework for Jewish Education through the newly created Jewish Educational Services Council, (JESC). B’nai B’rith Youth Organization (BBYO) As the leading pluralistic teen movement nationally, BBYO aspires to involve Jewish teens in meaningful Jewish experiences. For more than 80 years, BBYO has provided exceptional identity enrichment and leadership development experiences for hundreds of thousands of Jewish teens.

“Federation leads the way in helping to build and maintain a vibrant Jewish Hillel of San Diego Hillel of San Diego serves an estimated 5000 Jewish undergraduate and graduate students at institutions of higher education across San Diego County. Students from all backgrounds are invited to participate in Jewish life on campus. Social, cultural, educational, and community service programs provide opportunities for students to build relationships with each other and develop Jewish community Jewish Day Schools Federation provides needs-based scholarship support to five Jewish day schools in San Diego County for children in kindergarten through grade 12:

Chabad Hebrew Academy

San Diego Jewish Academy Soille San Diego Hebrew Day School Southern California Yeshiva High School

Torah High School of San Diego

community here in San Diego. My husband and I are long-time supporters and are active in Federation because we believe in its mission and its tireless efforts and commitment to our community and to the Jewish people. Federation enriches the lives of all of us.” Caryn Viterbi, Federation Board Member and President of San Diego Center for Jewish Culture

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Jewish Family Service

Moishe House

Jewish Family Service was founded in 1918 by a consortium of

Founded in 2006, Moishe House has quickly grown from a

women’s clubs seeking to address a myriad of human needs.

concept among four friends in Oakland seeking to build Jewish

Today, JFS has grown into one of San Diego’s premier human care

community for young adults in their 20s, to thriving centers of

service organizations serving more than 30,000 people annually

Jewish life in 32 cities spanning 10 countries on five continents.

with 12 locations throughout San Diego County and three in the

In the past four years, Moishe House has become an international

Coachella Valley. With more than 50 programs and services, JFS is

phenomenon in serving the post-college young adult Jewish

dedicated to serving the entire San Diego community.

population, the single greatest underserved constituency.

Ken Jewish Community The Ken Jewish Community was established 25 years ago to be the place where Latin Jewish families find friends for life — individuals who share their beliefs, values and traditions. Through a wide range of educational, leadership, social, performing arts, sports programs and activities, members strengthen their Jewish identity, build a connection with Israel, and maintain their Latin culture. The Ken is an organization dedicated specifically to serving the Latino Jewish community In San Diego County Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center, Jacobs Family Campus The Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center, Jacobs Family Campus connects the community to Jewish heritage, identity, experiences and values to ensure the continuity and vibrancy of the Jewish community. LFJCC promotes the physical and mental well-being of the community and offers a rich array of stimulating and innovative social, cultural, educational, and recreational programs and services. The LFJCC is committed to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for San Diego’s diverse Jewish community and the greater general community.

The Jewish Federation of San Diego County, working with the Jewish Community Foundation, helped established Moishe House San Diego in October 2010, with generous support from the Leichtag Family Foundation, Galinson Family Foundation and Feuerstein family. Seacrest Village Retirement Communities With locations in Encinitas and Poway, Seacrest Village campuses have addressed the needs of San Diego’s Jewish seniors since 1944. Their communities offer excellent service and a continuing commitment to the highest standards in retirement living, assisted living, Alzheimer’s/dementia care and healthcare. Created and maintained through the generous support of San Diego families, Seacrest Village campuses reflect sincere dedication to seniors.

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Sha’ar HaNegev Partnership Community Federation’s partner region, Sha’ar HaNegev, or “Gate to the Negev,” is a thriving, green oasis in Israel’s Negev desert. The

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region is next to Gaza and under constant threat from Kassam rockets. Despite that fact, school construction is on the rise and housing is increasingly in demand. Federation is proud to help fulfill David Ben-Gurion’s dream of seeing the Negev bloom. San Diego IBIM Youth Village The Jewish Federation of San Diego County is a proud funder of the San Diego-IBIM Student Village in the Sha’ar HaNegev region. Today, nearly 18 years since it opened its doors, the IBIM Student Village is at the forefront of young adult Aliyah and youth absorption. Serving as the first home for student-aged immigrants from around the world, the Village is not only a place to sleep and study, it is a place of promise and progress — where residents take their initial steps as Israeli citizens and build their future in Israel. Taglit Birthright Israel Taglit-Birthright Israel provides young Jewish adults, ages 18 to 26, with the gift of a first-time, 10-day, educational trip to Israel. Its follow-up program, NEXT, inspires all Taglit-Birthright Israel trip participants and their peers to expand their connections to the land and people of Israel, to deepen their personal commitments to Jewish life, and to find or form a community where Jewish responsibility, learning, and celebration thrive. Taglit Birthright Israel is a unique partnership between private philanthropists through The Birthright Israel Foundation; the people of Israel through the Government of Israel; and Jewish communities worldwide (including North American Jewish Federations, Keren Hayesod and the Jewish Agency for Israel).

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18 years ago we opened the doors to the IBIM Student Village

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building 24/7/365 OUR NATIONAL PARTNERS Anti-Defamation League (ADL)

Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA)

The nation’s premier civil rights/human relations agency, ADL fights anti-Semitism and all

The Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JPCA) serves as the representative voice of the

forms of bigotry, defends democratic ideals and protects civil rights for all.

organized American Jewish community.

Association of Jewish Family and Children’s Agencies (AJCFCA)

Jewish Education Service of North America (JESNA)

AJFCA is the membership association for approximately 125 Jewish family service

For more than 25 years, JESNA has been working closely with local and national partners,

agencies across the United States and Canada, providing vital services to clients of all

including federations to improve the quality of Jewish education through North America.

ages, faiths and economic backgrounds.

An independent and community-based agency, JESNA provides services through three

Foundation for Jewish Camp The Foundation for Jewish Camp unifies and galvanizes the field of Jewish overnight

centers: The Berman Center for Research and Evaluation in Jewish Education, The Learnings and Consultation Center (LCC) and The Lippman Kanfer Institute.

camp and significantly increases the number of children participating in transformative

Jewish Community Centers Association (JCCA)

Jewish summer camp experiences.

JCC Association is the continental umbrella organization for the Jewish Community

Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) is the international migration agency of the

Center Movement, which includes more than 350 JCCs, YM-YWHAs, and campsites in the U.S. and Canada.

American Jewish community. It provides rescue and refuge for persecuted and oppressed

Jewish Public Affairs Committee of California (JPAC)

Jews around the world.

The Jewish Public Affairs Committee of California (JPAC) is the largest single-state

Hillel The largest Jewish campus organization in the world, Hillel provides opportunities for Jewish students at more than 500 colleges and universities to explore and celebrate their Jewish identity.

coalition of Jewish organizations in the nation. Comprised of local Jewish Federations, Jewish Community Relations Committees and Councils, and other Jewish community advocacy groups from throughout California, the organization advocates on behalf of Jewish social service agencies, traditional community concerns, and broadly shared values that affect the citizens of our State.

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support 24/7/365 OUR INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) Founded in 1914, JDC gives global expression to the principle that all Jews are responsible for one another. Working on behalf of North America’s Jewish Federations, JDC is dedicated to rescuing those in danger, providing relief to Jews in distress, and revitalizing Jewish communities. Active today in more than 70 countries, JDC and its partners work to rescue Jewish lives at risk, bring relief to Jews in need, and help to renew lost bonds to Jewish identity and Jewish culture. The organization is also committed to helping Israel’s most vulnerable citizens, both Jewish and non-Jewish, overcome the social challenges they face. In addition, in the spirit of “healing the world,” JCD offers non-sectarian disaster relief and long-terms assistance worldwide.

Our partner 24/7/365 - Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) Our national umbrella organization, JFNA represents 157 Jewish Federations and 300 independent Network communities across North America. Its mission is to mobilize financial and social resources through its philanthropic endeavors, strategic initiatives and international agencies to strengthen the Jewish people. JFNA is also the voice of the Federation movement, meeting Jewish needs throughout North America and around the world.

JDC’s reach is global, yet it is uniquely equipped to make a deep impact locally. For example, in the former Soviet Union, home to the world’s poorest Jews, a network of JDC-supported Hesed welfare centers offer relief to 168,000 Jewish elderly in some 2,800 towns and villages, while Jewish Community Centers are fueling Jewish renewal for all ages across the region. 
Wherever JDC works, it is viewed as a trusted partner to propel vulnerable Jewish and non-Jewish communities from dependency to selfsustainability.

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Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI) This humanitarian organization is committed to the highest ideals of freedom and equality, and has been the driving force behind the unique bond between Jews worldwide and Israel. For over 80 years, the Jewish Agency has served as the link between the Jewish people and Israel, working to ensure the future of a connected, committed, global Jewish people with a strong Israel at its center. Among its many accomplishments, JAFI has brought over 3 million Jews to the land of Israel. World ORT ORT is one of the largest non-governmental education and training organizations in the world with activities in more than 100 countries past and present and with current operations in Israel, the CIS and Baltic States, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, Africa, Asia and the Pacific. A non-profit, non-political organization, ORT has met the educational, and manpower training needs of contemporary society with more than 3 million graduates worldwide since its inception.

24/7/365 teamwork

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our work

Jewish Future An important aspect of the work we do is to develop and strengthen Jewish identity,

24/7/365

PARTNERING FOR A VIBRANT JEWISH FUTURE

as individuals and as a collective — to preserve our history and create lasting cultural con-nections. The strong and capable Jewish leaders of tomorrow will require support and education that instill Jewish values and pride in Israel. Federation and its partners remain committed to building and maintaining a re-silient sense of Jewish identity and continuity. Israel & Overseas

38%

Federation and its partner programs provide unique opportunities to connect

Jewish Future

15%

Jewish Caring

43%

Israel & Overseas

5%

Jewish Advocacy

Jewish Caring

San Diegans to Israel and other Jewish

Our Jewish community has a long tradition

communities worldwide — working to

of humanitarianism. The broad reach of

strengthen the Jewish people globally.

Federation and our partners JDC and

We feed, shelter and provide healthcare

JAFI assures that we, as a community, can

and medicine to Jews in the former

respond instantly to assist those who are in

Soviet Union; rescue Jews whose lives are

need. In addition to emergency response

threatened in several corners of the world;

work, our network of community partners

and connect the next generation to Israel

in the San Diego Jewish community and

as a core part of their identity.

across the country focus on providing basic human services. Together, we

Jewish Advocacy

provide the safety net of services upon

Now more than ever, there is a need for

which our most vulnerable rely. Under the

clear advocacy on Jewish issues, here in

current economic challenges faced by our

San Diego, Sacramento and Washington

community, many long-time donors have

DC. The Jewish Federation of San Diego

now found themselves on the other side of

County, and its partners, forge connections

the table. It has been heartening for many

among different Jewish groups and with

to find the caring hand they had been

the larger community, and take a proactive

supporting for many years is now there for

role in maintaining Israel’s positive

them in their time of need.

standing in society.

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Federation’s Support of the Worldwide Jewish Community

2011-2012 Financials

43%

Israel & Overseas

How much money was raised:

$8,482,107

How the money is distributed:

Where the money is distributed:

Young Adult Programs Planning & Innovation

15%

38%

Community Schlicha Helping Israel’s Neediest Citizens

Jewish Caring

Jewish Future

Support for New Immigrants Israel Center Operations

Israel & Overseas

43%

Jewish Future Jewish Caring

Israel Educational Travel Programs Israel Travel Scholarships

54%

Israel & Overseas

15%

Jewish Advocacy

Connect San Diego with Israel

San Diego Area

38%

National

5%

39% 7%

Yom Ha'Atzmaut Yom Ha'Zikaron Percent (%)

Young Adult Programs

Young Adult Programs

Community Planning & Innovation

Community Planning & Innovation

5%

Community Teen Trip Jewish Community Relations Council

Jewish Advocacy

Jewish Day School Scholarships

0 100

Percent (%)

0 100

Community Teen Trip Jewish Community Relations Council Jewish Day School Scholarships

Summer Camp Scholarships

Summer Camp Scholarships

Children & Teen Programs

Children & Teen Programs

Birthright Israel

Birthright Israel

Outreach Programs

Outreach Programs

Sources of Funds Net Campaign Contributions/Pledges

2011

% of Total

2010

% of Total

$8,482,107

94%

$8,102,544

94%

$306,410

3%

$258,621

3%

$200,000

2%

$170,000

2%

$29,835

0%

$55,770

1%

$9,018,352

100%

$8,586,935

100%

Program Revenue Endowment Distribution Other Revenue Total Sources of Funds

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) Community Chaplaincy Program Disaster and Preparation Response Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) Jewish Community Centers Association of North America (JCCA)

Uses of Funds

Jewish Family Service (JFS) Jewish Senior Services Council (JSSC)

Local Programs & Services

Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center (JCC) On the Go

Israel & Overseas Programs & Services

Seacrest Village Retirement Communities

2011

% of Total

2010

% of Total

$3,891,841

43%

$3,414,055

42%

$2,767,654

31%

$2,946,089

36%

$501,657

6%

$184,082

2%

$1,221,535

14%

$1,004,691

12%

$623,714

7%

$659,375

8%

$ 9,006,402

100%

$ 8,208,292

100%

National Programs & Services

Torahs for Our Troops

Cost of Raising Funds

7%

Management & Administration

14%

Cost of Raising Funds

80%

Grants & Programs

Administrative Expenses Total Uses of Funds

Increase/(Decrease) in Net Assets

$ 11,950

Selected information based on 2010-2011 IRS 990 filings. The 2011 990 information is preliminary. These amounts will differ from the audited financial statements.

$624,000

$1,222,000

$7,161,000

$ 378,643

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2010-2011 Board of Directors

2010 – 2011 CAMPAIGN CABINET BOARD CHAIR - Jan Tuttleman

BOARD CHAIR

CAMPAIGN CHAIR - David Geffen

ASSOCIATE CAMPAIGN CHAIR - Theresa Dupuis

Jan Tuttleman*

Immediate Past Board Chair

Andrea Oster*

Vice Chair — Annual Campaign

David Geffen*

Vice Chair — Community Planning & Innovation

Community Planning & Innovation Co-Chair

Judith Belinsky

Vice Chair — Women’s Philanthropy President

WOMEN’S PHILANTHROPY CAMPAIGN CHAIR - Laura Tauber WOMEN’S PHILANTHROPY CAMPAIGN CHAIR ELECT - Lori Polin WOMEN’S PHILANTHROPY LION’S CO-CHAIRS - Jessica Effress & Joyce Kole

YAD CHAIR - Jeff Greco

Jim Lewis Andy Ratner Stuart Starr Yosi Zagursky Jan Tuttleman

AUDIT COMMITTEE Larry Katz, Chair

ENDOWMENTS CHAIR - Andrea Oster

Larry Kaplan Gary Kornfeld

Theresa Dupuis*

Jan Tuttleman

Gary Kornfeld*

JEWISH COMMUNITY RELATIONS CENTER CHAIR Tad Parzen

Terri Bignell, Co-Chair Paul Datnow

JEWISH COMMUNITY RELATIONS CENTER Tad Parzen, Chair

Susanna Flaster

Women’s Philanthropy Campaign Chair Laura Tauber

Young Adult Division Co-Chair Kevin Oskow

Israel & Overseas Center Chair Jon Schneider

Jewish Community Foundation Board Chair

Mike Harnett

BGS CHAIR - Steve Shulman

Judy Belinsky, Co-Chair

Marty Klitzner, Investment Chair

MID-LEVEL AFFINITIES CHAIR - Brian Miller

Kevin Wechter

FINANCE & INVESTMENT COMMITTEE

COMMUNITY PLANNING & INNOVATION COMMITTEE

Ilana Umansky

Gary Kornfeld, Finance Chair

Secretary/Treasurer

Jan Tuttleman

MAJOR GIFTS CHAIR - Susan Shmalo

MID-LEVEL CAMPAIGN CHAIR - Kobi Berkson

Terri Bignell*

Stuart Starr

Emily Einhorn

Members at Large

Lynn Gordon

ISRAEL TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE

Marcia Hazan

Stuart Starr, Chair

Joyce Kole

Sharleen Wollach

Jim Lewis Luis Maizel Brian Miller

YOM HA’ATZMAUT COMMITTEE

Kevin Oskow

Rueben Artenstien

Bev Pamensky

Emily Bartell

Howard Robin

Dahlia Cooper

Jon Schneider

Bella Dosovitsky

Sherron Schuster

Elisheva Edelson

Steve Shulman

Geula Hebron

Jan Tuttleman

Audrey Jacobs

Caryn Viterbi

Glenda Jaffe

Kevin Wechter

Chani Kochinski

Richard Effress*

Kenneth D. Polin

Robert Fink

Gary Shekhter

Marty Klitzner

Stuart Starr

ISRAEL & OVERSEAS COMMISSION

Yiftach Levy

Jon Schneider, Chair

Varda Savion

Judy Belinsky

Zeev Bar-Sheshet

Terri Bignell

Jennie Starr

Carine Chitayat

Nir Ben Zvi

Carlos Michan

Brian Tauber

Brian Miller

Caryn Viterbi

President & Chief Executive Officer Steven J. Morris*

*denotes members of the Executive Committee

Daphne Lavi Michael Leeman

Paul Datnow Boris Shekhter

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GOVERNANCE TASK FORCE

WP BOARD MEMBERS-AT-LARGE

YOUNG ADULT DIVISION (YAD)

YAD CLUSTER CHAIRS

Marty Klitzner, Chair

Judy Belinsky

Kevin Oskow, YAD Chair

Michael Stember, Arts & Cinema Cluster

Theresa Dupuis

Karen Breziner

Brooke Demner, YAD Vice-Chair

Matt Kolker, Basketball Cluster

Rich Effress

Silvana Christy

Jeff Greco, Campaign

Laurie Shear, Book Cluster

Andrea Oster

Claudia Ehrlich

Steve Shulman, BGS Chair

Aaron Sheinbein, Business Networking Cluster

Kenneth Polin

Belinda Feldman

Tim Kitt, 3Sixty Chair

Jaci Feinstein, Camping Cluster

Jan Tuttleman

Penina Goodman

Todd Kirschen, Education

Paul Segal, Cigar Cluster

Alexandra Hirschhorn

Brad Slavin, Shabbat Connections Chair

Jarred Pinn & Dan Weiss, Cooking Cluster

Marsha Janger

Jon Bell, Newcomers Chair

Jeff High & Elena Zubarevsky, Couples Cluster

Susan Kabakoff

Lenny Grokop, Community Service Chair

Jonathan Rosenberg, Dining Out Cluster

Lisa Kornfeld

Greta Schuman, At Large

Jonathan Baskin, Disneyland Cluster

Judy Lilienthal

Alona Yacobovsky, Engagement

Jody Krampfner, Exercise Cluster

Sheila Nerad

Hannah Fabrikant, Annual Event Chair

Chuck Temple, Golf Cluster

Shulamit Ritblatt

Robin Phillips, Social Chair

Pamela Epstein, Green Cluster

Molly Schneider

April Angeloni, Social Vice-chair

Steve Stelman, Hiking Cluster

Susan Shmalo

Chad Rothbart, Clusters Chair

Amir Baum, Israel Dancing Cluster

Ilana Umansky

Stacie Bresler-Reinstein, Families Chair

Amanda Ball, Jam Band Cluster

Kathy Weber

Jeff High, Couples Chair

Ilene Tatro, Jewish Learning Cluster

Elena Zubarevsky, Couples Chair

Jon Horn, North County Cluster

Paul Segal, At Large

Jack Maizel & Rachelle Toobian, Ping Pong Cluster

UJF HOLDINGS CORP Kenneth Polin, Chair Andrea Oster Brian Miller Gary Kornfeld Marty Klitzner Jan Tuttleman

NOMINATING COMMITTEE Andrea Oster, Chair Theresa Dupuis Rich Effress Emily Einhorn Jeff Greco Laura Tauber Jan Tuttleman

WOMEN’S PHILANTHROPY BOARD (WP) Theresa Dupuis, President Laura Tauber, Campaign Chair

BRUNCH CLUB COMMITTEE (WP) Danielle Miller, Co-Chair

YAD SOCIAL COMMITTEE

Ilana Umansky, Co-Chair

Robin Phillips, Chair

Belinda Feldman

April Angeloni, Vice-Chair

Alexandra Hirschhorn

Jennifer Neivert

Meg Mandel

Kara Liederman

Amy Morris

Michelle Adelman

Sheila Nerad

Scott Lesowitz

Sharon Wax

Lori Polin, Associate Campaign Chair Juli Bear, VP Community Education Leigh Johnson, VP Leadership Development Olivia Okovita, VP Social Action

WP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Terri Bignell Jessica Effress Leslie Fastlicht Russo Jean Gaylis Karen Grossman Joyce Kole Meg Mandel Sivia Mann Danielle Miller Rebecca Newman Bev Pamensky Anne Ratner

Dana Green, Running Cluster

Silvana Christy, Co-Chair

YAD TZEDAKAH BALL COMMITTEE B’NAI MITZVAH COMMITTEE (WP)

Hannah Fabrikant, Chair

Theresa Dupuis, Co-Chair

Hilary Srole

Meg Mandel, Co-Chair

Martine Rabie

Michelle Berkowitz

Pam Epstein

Claudia Ehrlich

Bobby Israel

Belinda Feldman Penina Goodman Karen Gross-Sable Karen Grossman Lisa Kornfeld Judy Lilienthal Amy Morris Ilana Umansky Laura Vainer Kathy Weber Joellyn Zollman Olivia Okovita

Maya Rich, Salsa Cluster Justin Heinrich, Ski/Snowboard Cluster Zubi Rubin, Surf Cluster Chad Rothbart, Tennis Cluster Gaby & Ilana Silver, Torah Cluster Alex Zaliznyski, Volleyball Cluster Miriam Maya, Wine Cluster Jessica Shaanan, Yoga Cluster

YOM HASHOAH COMMITTEE Michael Bart, Chair Bonnie Bart Bela Breziner Lou Dunst Michael Flaster Tina Friedman

YAD NEWCOMERS COMMITTEE Jon Bell, Chair Dan Weiss Brandon Wasserman Sherry Tehrani Aaron Sheinbein Miriam Maya

Jackie Gmach Alma Hadash Geiger Sol Kempinski Liz Levine Gail Littman Vera Lorell Hanna Marx Rabbi Scott Meltzer Barbara Ostroff Rose Schindler Steve Schindler

Marlene Recht

Marcia Tatz Wollner

Laura Vainer

Teri Wilner

Jackie Woolf

Gussie Zaks

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2012 FEDERATION STAFF Executive Steven J. Morris, President & Chief Executive Officer Michael M. Sonduck, Chief Operating Officer Rachel H. Kitt, Executive Assistant for President & CEO Phyllis Freeman, Executive Assistant for COO and CDO

thank you We gratefully acknowledge the generosity and

Philanthropy Donna Ostrower, Chief Development Officer

support of the Jewish Community Foundation for

Raquel Benguiat, Development Manager —

grants of $4,170,160 recommended by donor

Community Campaign & Pacesetter Debbie Kempinski, Major Gifts Officer – Lion of Judah

advised fund holders and family foundations to

Deena Libman, Development Manager — Women’s Philanthropy

maintain and enhance the work of Federation.

Miriam Norten, Major Gifts Officer and Planned Giving Darren Schwartz, Development Manager — Young Adult Division Barbara Sherman, Major Gifts Officer and

$250,000+

John & Toni Bloomberg

Brian Tauber

Laura Galinson

Sophie Brody z”l

Nessim Tiano

Trude Gitler z”l

Hattie Brooks z”l

Jan Tuttleman

Mark Gleiberman

Enid & Martin z”l Gleich

Betty J. Cohn

Alan Viterbi

Frank Goldberg

Gary Jacobs

Melvin Cohn

Alexander Viterbi z”l

Lee Goldberg

Irwin Mark Jacobs

Nurit R. Ambrose, Planning Associate

Aaron Feldman

Erna Viterbi

Richard Gordon

Leichtag Family Foundation

Diane Feuerstein

Stanley z”l & Dorothy Winter

Robert Hotto

Debbie Kornberg, Planning Officer

Andrew Viterbi

Elliot Feuerstein

Anton & Julie Woolf

Hilary Isakow

Bertram Woolf

Robert Fink

2 Anonymous

Selwyn Isakow

Senior Missions Advisor Community Planning & Innovation Center Lisa J.S. Haney, Director

International Leadership

Israel & Overseas Center Shoshi Bogoch, Community Shlicha Dana Mekler, Administrative Assistant Jewish Community Relations Center & Council Linda Feldman, Director Jenna Barocas, Administrative Assistant Community Engagement & Leadership Center

David & Leigh Johnson

Arnold Fischer

$100,000 $199,999 Prime Minister’s Council

Elaine Galinson Murray Galinson Beverly Glickman Joseph Glickman

$10,000 $24,999

Andrew Kaplan Jerry Katleman Gary Kornfeld

Major Donors

Richard Kornfeld Michael Krichman &

Arthur Brody

Jerri-Ann Jacobs

Sybil & B.J. Adelson

Pauline Foster

Joan Jacobs

Jean Bark

Jerome S. Katzin

Dr. David Kabakoff

Cindy Bloch

Arthur Levinson

The Polis-Schutz Family

Marge Kalmanson

Larry Bloch

Sandra Levinson

Dr. Warren O. Kessler

Gayle Breitbard Klusky

Steven Morris

Foundation

Carmen Cuenca

Rabbi Ralph Dalin, Community Chaplain

Sheila Potiker z”l

Joanne & Mitch Leibovitz

Elaine Chortek

Andrea Oster

Rabbi Janice Elster, 2030 Project Coordinator

Gary Shekhter

Linda & Bernard z”l Lewis

The M. Chris Dickson

Kenneth D. Polin

Karen Grossman, B’nai Mitzvah Project Coordinator

Herbert Solomon

Anne Ratner z”l

Jerome Turk

Marilyn & Michael Rosen

Brenda Silvers, Camping Coordinator Finance & Administration David A. Sigal, Chief Financial Officer Martin Barken, Office Clerk Carole Brewer, Accounting and HR Clerk Corrie McCoy, Accounting Manager

Lee Posnock

Foundation Theresa Dupuis

Allison Price

Jessica Effress

Shirley Ravet

Robert Rubenstein

Richard Effress

Howard Robin

Jean Shekhter

Naomi R. & Al Eisman

Edward Samiljan

$25,000 $99,999

Susan H. Shmalo

Claire Ellman

Rae Samiljan

Gene & Judy Siegel

Phyllis Epstein

George & Mary Ann Scher

Donald Slate

Myron Feinberg z”l

Gayle Slate

King David Society

Elene Solomon

Ira Feinswog

Sharon Stein

Eugene L. Step

Richard Fink

Gloria Stone

Hannah Step

Esther Fischer

Ryan & Ashley Stone

Rod Stone

Susanna Flaster

Laura Tauber

Jacqueline Woolf 1 Anonymous

Brenda Saunders, Receptionist

Arnold & Esther Belinsky

Lance Yeaman, Donor Services Manager

Jeremy & Joan Berg Barbara Bloom

and Family

Marketing Aaron Truax, Senior Marketing Associate

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United Jewish Federation Donors $1,799

Charles & Renee Taubman

Sharon Braverman

Harriet Fremland

Marcia Hazan

Dr. Lawrence Lotzof

Lori S. Polin

Dr. Mitchell Shack

Sarah Tiano

Ira Braverman

Dr. William Friedel

Alexandra Shubin

Lynn & Peter Louis

Joan Pollak

Boris Shekhter

Carole Turk

Lillie Breitbard z”l

Jeff Friedman

Nancie Hochberg

Allen & Judy Lyon

Stuart Posnock

Lawrence Sherman

Audrey Viterbi &

Jaime Brener

Alan Friedman

Steven Hochberg

Sally Maizel

Joan Poticha

Barbara Sherman

Alicia Abadi

Karen Breziner

Lawrence Fritz & Stephanie

Mark & Cindy Hoffman

Jack Maizel

Jori Potiker

Sydney Shore

Ernest Abbit

Caryn Viterbi

Julie & George Bronstein

Kogan

Jack & Rosa Iskin

Robert M. Malkus, MD

David & Jill Prolman

Reina Shteremberg

Jodi Abel

Valerie Viterbi

Matt Browar

Sharon Gabriel

Sonia Ancoli Israel

Marcia L. Malkus

Seymour Rabin

David Shteremberg

Brenda Abelkop

Charles Wax

Barbara Browne

Richard Gabriel

Joan Jacobs

Gary Manchester

Allan Rabin

Steve Shulman

Stephen Abelkop

David Wax

Steven Brozinsky

Melissa Garfield Bartell

Irvin H. Jacobs, MD, MPH

Meg Mandel

Marie Raftery

David Sigal

Ruth Abraham

Sharon Wax

Liz Calderon

Susan Garfin

Adam Jacobs

Felicia Mandelbaum

James & Lauren Ramenofsky

Karen Silberman

Charlene Abrahamson

Katherine Weber

J. Michael Channick

Jean Gaylis

Richard Jaffe

Sivia Mann

Stanley Rapoport

Jeffrey Silberman

Joel Abramson

Kevin & Jamie Wechter

June Chocheles

Dr. David Geffen

Ann Jaffe

Norman Mann

Robyn Rapoport

Bobbie Silverman

Sue Abramson

Herbert Weiss

Peter Chortek z”l

Michael Gelfand

Sonya Jinich

Andrès & Libe Marek

Andy Ratner

Ronald Simon

Paula Abulafia

Stuart Weiss

Susan Chortek-Weisman

Maxine Geller

Julian Josephson

Ellen Marks

Cheryl Rattner-Price

Robert Singer

Roger & Ingrid Acheatel

Gary & Nancy Weissberg

Michael Cohen

Milt Gilman

Susan Kabakoff

Carl Melcher

Gary Ravet

Miriam Smotrich

Loretta Adams

Stanley Westreich

Phyllis Cohn

Dawn Gilman

Robert Kaplan

Eli Meltzer

Michael Recht

Elyse Sollender

Ellen Adamson

Norman Zander

Philip Cohn

Phillip L. Ginsburg

Marjory Kaplan

Paul Meyer

Marlene Sasson Recht

Steven Solomon

Moises Adato

2 Anonymous

Congregation Beth Israel

Francine Ginsburg

Marge Katleman

Esther Michan

Tracy Reif

Irvin & Florence Sontag

Arturo Adler

Harold Copans

Jeffrey Glazer

Richard A. Katz, MD

Carlos Michan

Robert & Lauren Resnik

Brian Sorokin

Jacqueline Adler

Avrille Copans

Hanna Gleiberman

Berdele Katz

Alberto Michan

Lois Richmond

Leo Spiegel

Leona Adler

Susana Cohen Corrigan

Ruth Gold

Miriam Katzin

Danielle Miller

Fane Robinson

Nathan Stein

Raymond Adler

Amy Corton

Robyn Goldberg

Debbie Kempinski

Brian Miller

Elena Romanowsky

Jerome Stein

Julian Aires

Dr. Brian Datnow

Dorothy Goldberg-Pace Fund

Edythe Kenton

Theodore Mintz

Elizabeth Rose

Ruth Stern

Yael Aires

Nelly & Paul Dean

Robert Goldklang

Michael & Joyce Kole

Anabel Mintz

Jodyne Roseman

Jennifer Strulowitz

Albert Algazi

Steven & Diane Demeter

Lucy Goldman

Edith Koppel Schaechter

Tamara Moch

Judith Rosen

Mark Stuckelman

Liliane Algazi

Jeff Deverett

Rabbi Lisa Goldstein

Lisa Kornfeld

Mario Modiano

Gerald Rosen

Fran Suknow

Beth Alpert

Debbie Deverett

Martin Goodman

Gregg Kornfeld

Ronnie Morgan

Arlene Rosen

Robert Tauber

Lisa & Steve Altman

Bonnie Diamond

Iris Goodman

Carol Kornfeld

Susan Morris

Ruth Rosenbaum

Gayle Tauber

Rhonda Amber

Sandra Dimenstein

Sore Gordon

Betty & Leonard Kornreich

Amy Morris

Helen Rosenberg

Phoebe & Gene Telser

American Friends of Magen

Mitchell Dubick

Lynn Gordon

Charles Kossman

Selwyn Moss

Irving & Muriel Roston

Tifereth Israel Synagogue

David Adom

Samuel Dychter

Igal Gordon

Harold Krasner

Mark Moss

Sheryl Rowling

Julius & Marian Tills

Philip Ames

Carlton Eibl

Herman Gordon

Rabbi Martin Lawson

Barbara Nagorner

Allan Rudick

John Tishler

Keegan Amit

Emily Einhorn

Sylvia Gorshtein

Ian & Golnoosh Lerner

Ruth Nelson

Nina Sabban

Maxine Trimble

Carol Amster

Dr. Daniel Einhorn

Dorita Gotlieb

Gary & Lisa Levine

Paul Neustein

Nicole Saloner

Beverly Turchin

Harvey Amster

James Eisenberg

Lillian Gottlieb

Gary Levitt

Rebecca Newman

Brett Saloner

Liora Vainer

Judith Amster

David Ellman

Daniel Green

Shana Lew

Dr. Michael Newman

San Diego Jewish Academy

Laura Vainer

William Anapoell

Daniel Epstein

Lawrence Greenbaum

Marshall Lewis

Lawrence Newman

Parent Teacher Association

Michael Wallace

April Angeloni

Lynn Epsten

Jim & Carrie Greenstein

James Lewis

James Nierman

Sheldon Scharlin

Maureen Wallace

Cecelia “Teedy” Appelbaum

James Farley

Charles Grunfeld Foundation

Leonard Liebermann

Miriam Norten

Lillian Scharlin

Blanche Wasserman

Suzanne Appelbaum

Leslie Fastlicht Russo

Jea Guertin

Zita Liebermensch

Steven Oberman

Robert Scheinberg

Joanne Weiner

Lina Arakanchi

Andrea Feinswog

Gina Guertin

Morris Liebermensch

George Olsher

Judith Scheinberg

Sandra Weinstein

Pepe Arakanchi

Mike Feldman

Kay Gurtin

Judy Lilienthal

Donna Ostrower

Jane Scher

Perri Wittgrove

Barbara Arenson

Judy Feldman

Bryna Haber

Sheila Lipinsky

Bev Pamensky

Bret Scher

Louis Wolfsheimer

Susan Arenson

Albert Feldman

Alma & Jonathan Geiger

Elaine Lipinsky z”l

Stanley Pappelbaum

Irving Schiffman

Lara Woolf Grusd

Anne Arnold

Alberta Feurzeig

Darryl Hall

Dr. Donald Lipkis

Julius Pearl

Gloria Schiffman

Marvin Zaguli

Heather & Glenn Arnold

Raymond Fink

David Handler

Michael Lipman

Suzy & Robert Penner

Beverly Schmier

Judith Zaguli

Herbert Arnold

Jessica Fink

Dr. Monica Handler-Penner

Sylvia Liwerant

Shirley Pidgeon

Jon & Molly Schneider

Lois Zien

Reuben Artenstein

Beverly Fink

Wayne Harris

Jaime Liwerant

Raymonde Plant

Enid Schwartz

Helene Rubin Ziman

Noam & Heidi Arzt & Family

Sigrid Fischer

Phyllis Harris

Norman Lizt

Shearn Platt

Suzanne Schwartzman

Allan Ziman

Rachel Atri

Michael Flaster

Naomi Harris

Estelle & Hamilton Loeb

Linda Platt

Denise Selati

Lois Zlotoff

Joyce Axelrod

Lisa Foster

James Harris

Michael London

Raulf Polichar

Brian Seltzer

Jose Zyman

Melissa Baker

Susan Freeman

Howard & Iris Harris

Mathew Loonin

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United Jewish Federation Donors Alan Bark

Abraham Berlad

Susan Braun

Dana Chortkoff

Sherry Delsen

Jane Fantel

Karen Fox

Sylvia Geffen

David Bark

Jay Berlin

Gail & Mark Braverman

Richard Christy

Frank Dembinsky

Barbara Farfel

Ron Fox

Harvey & Lois Gelb

Michael Bark & Laura

Lisa Berlin

Michael Breslauer

Silvana Christy

Brooke Demner

Martin Farfel

Leonard Fram

Jay Gelbart

Benedict

Laurie Berman

Stacie Bresler-Reinstein

Ruth Cielak

Sheldon Derezin

Heidi Farkash

Marcia Fram

Alisa Gelbart

Ethel Barkell

Ralph & Roberta

James Brewer

Gary Clorfeine

Michael & Elena Deutsch

John Farkash

Barbara L. Frank

Arthur Geller

Barbara Brietigam

Pat Clorfeine

David Diamond

Adolfo Fastlicht

Beryl Frank

Mary Jo Gersenfish

Hadas Baron

Wagner Berman

Sheryl Baron

Alice Bermanis

Susan Brodie

Daniel Coden

Ellis Diamond

Dan Feder

Betsy Frank

Gordon Gerson

Zvi Baron

Julie Berner

Sarah Brodsky

Elizabeth Coden

Perry Diamond

Joshua Feder

David Frank

Susanne Geshekter

Ina Bartell

Steven Bernsen

Howard Brotman

Barbara Coffey

Ronnie Diamond

Herschel Feigelson

Jack Frank

Bette Getline

Michael Bartell

Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey L. Bernstein

Rosalyn Brotman

Elaine Cohen

Sidney & Marianna Djanogly

Judith Feinberg

Julian Frank

Joseph Gezelter

Alan Barth

Arlene Bernstein

Steven Brotman

Florence Cohen

Samuel Dolnick

Randi Feinberg

Cantor Lori Wilinsky Frank

Arlene Gil

Nan Barth

Beverly Hecker Bernstein

Jeffrey Brown

Jeff Cohen

Roberta Frank Dosick

Inge Feinswog

Patty Frasier

Gerald Gilberg

Bernard Baruch

George Bernstein

Leonard Brown

Kenneth & Karen Cohen

Laurie Doyle

Renee Feinswog

Simon Freedman

Marcia Gilberg

Zahavit Baruch

Josh Bernstein

Nanette Brown

Loris Cohen

Mike Durschlag

Karen Feitelberg

B. David Freundlich

Bobbie & Jon Gilbert

Marcelle Bayley

Robert & Linda Bernstein

Scott Brown

Maya Cohen

Mary Lou Dyke

Barbara Feldman

Judith Friedel

Richard Gilbert

Maureen Bear

Alan Bersin

Roseann Brozinsky

Michel Cohen

Matthew Earne

Batsheva Feldman

Bernard Friedland

Shirley Gilbert

Karen Behar

Robert Berton

Our Lady of Fatima Roman

Molly Cohen

Gary Eaton

Bernard Feldman

Richard Friedland

Ruth Gilboa

Pamela Beimel

Rebeca Besquin

Myrna Cohen

Dr. Bertram C. Edelstein & Dr.

Claire Feldman

Abraham Friedman

David Gimbel

Rafaela Belanich

Roberto Besquin

Lynn Bruser

Rick Cohen

Karen L. Helrich

Daniel & Sylvia Feldman

Howard Friedman

Kenneth Gimbel

Rafaela Belanick

Wolf Bielas

Barbara Bry

Robert Cohen

Evelyn Edelstein

Earl N. Feldman

Jan Friedman

Amnon Gires

Felicia Belcher

Hollie Bierman

Debby Buchholz

Samantha Cohen

Mark Edelstein

Eleanor Feldman

Noah Friedman

Marc Gittelsohn

Irwin Belcher

Jerry & Rita Bierman

Deborah Bucksbaum &

Suzanne Cohen

Michael Edelstein

Howard Feldman

Edward Frieman

Thomas Glasser

Jon Bell

Dean & Cassi Birnbaum

Aaron Cohn

Bruce Edens

Linda Feldman

Andrea Frimmer

Rae Glassman

Rosa Grunhaus Belzer

Barbara & Gary Blake

Michael Buczaczer

Alice Cohn

Richard Eger

Nomi Feldman

Benjamin Frishberg

Abraham & Frances Gleiberman

Cheryl Bender

Gayle Blatt

Seth Bulow

Guenter Cohn

Allen Ehrlich

Sanford Feldman

Virginia Frogel

Marleigh & Alan Gleicher

Judith Bender

Marvin Blecker

Wendy Burk

Robert Cohn

Claudia Ehrlich

Sara Feldman

Avi & Margarita Frohlichman

Elaine Gliner

Morris Benguiat

Marty Block

Susan Burke

Milton & Renee Cokin

Wendy Eichenbaum

Suzi Feldman

Helane Fronek

Eli Glovinsky

Raquel Benguiat

Sandra Block

Dan Burland

Donald & June Cook

Joanne Einhorn

Uri & Belinda Feldman

Jan Fronek

Barbara Gluck

Ellen Benkle

Herb Bloom

Michael E. Busch

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Marti Eisenberg

Zane & Alice Feldman

Donald Fuhrman

Ayelet Gneezy

Linda Bennett

Paul Bloom

Joyce Camiel

Keri Copans

Ronald Eisenberg

Robert Feldner

Ellen Furman

Claire Gold

Michael Bennett

Jennifer Bloomberg

Jane Carlin

Albert Cornofsky

Toby & Norman Eisenberg

Pam & Walter Ferris

Fred Furman

Ilana & Joe Gold

Robert Bennett

Bernard Blotner

Edward Carnot

Pamela Cosman

Karen Eisman

Ann Fichman

Ivan Fux

Jeanne Gold

Alberto Benrey

Heidi Blotner

Pamela Carnot

Ruth Covell

Joanne & Harry Ellison

Susan Fieldman

Jaya Fux

Mindy Gold

Nadin Benrey

Merwin Blum

Jim Carr

Naomi Crosby

Daniel Ellman

David Fingerhut

Tania Fux

Morris Gold

Jonathan Benumof

Pearl Blumberg

Linda Carson

Arthur Cummins

Larry Emdur

April Fink

Danny Gabriel

Phyllis Gold

Sherrie Benumof

Norman Blumen

Stephen Carson

Pearl Cutler

Janet Endo

Mathew Fink

Graeme Gabriel

Stuart Gold

Amnon Ben-Yehuda

Jeanne Blumenfeld

Leslie Caspi

Rabbi Ralph & Hedy Dalin

Jean Enoch

Rhona Fink

Sara Galante

Susan Gold

Tina Beranbaum

Leonard Blumenreich

Shlomo Caspi

Fred Daniel

Pamela Epstein

Brian First

Gregorio Galicot

David M.F. Goldberg

Leslie & Jacob Bercovitz

Jack Bober

Carol Center

Berta & James Darr

Jon Epsten

Howard First

Jana Galicot

Dr. Barry & Delores Goldberg

Frances Berger

Richard Bockoff

Raquel Chaitas-Benguiat

Julie Datnow

Mary Epsten

Karen First

Karla Galicot

Edward Goldberg

Fred & Donna Berger

Jedd Bogage

Lori Champagne

Merle Datnow

Milton Erman

Shirley First

Melissa Galicot

Jerold Goldberg

Mark Berger

Rabbi Lenore Bohm

Marc & Debra Channick

Paul Datnow

Susan Erman

Merle Fischlowitz

Rashel Galicot

Linda Goldberg

Paulo Berger

Howard Bolotin

Susan Channick

Aron Davidson

Leo & Mary Eskenazi

Kathleen Fisher

Helena Galper

Melvin Goldberg

Sylvia Berger

Kandee Bondy

Sharon Chard-Yaron

Sharon Davidson

Jeffrey Esko

Samuel Fisher

Melissa Gans

Meryl Goldberg

Erica Berick

D. Stephen Boner

Martin Charlat

Dr. Stuart Davidson

Jeffrey & Jill Essakow

Tom Fisher

Heidi Gantwerk

Rory Goldberg

Joel Berick

Janice Boner

Rosalie Charlat

Jeffrey Davis

Nathan Essakow

Leonard Fishman

Raquel Garber

Steven Goldberg

Michael Berk

Louis Bookheim III

Hadarah Chemnick

Mardelle Davis

Norma Essakow

Meryl Flam

Seymour Garber

Warren Goldberg

Robert Berk

Dovid Borok

Shirley Chervin

Steven Davis

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Etess

Murray Fleck

Daniel & Allison Gardenswartz

Florence Goldfarb

Eugene Berkenstadt

Jonathan Borok

Joan Chesner

Congresswoman Susan Davis

Dorothy Ettinger

Arnold Flick

Brendan Gaylis

Ronald & Wyona Goldman

Barbara Berkovich

David Bramzon

Carine & Allen Chitayat

Rachel De Quesada

Jacob Ettinger

Bonny Forrest

Franklin Gaylis

Michael Goldsmid

Gil & Barbara Berkovich

Sol Brantz

Jack Chitayat

Ethel Delawie

Hannah Fabrikant

Joseph Fox

Dr. Hyman Gaylis

Laura Goldstein

Kobi Berkson

Inbar Braude

Ellen Chodorow

Lawrence Delsen

Candice Fagan

Perla & Jules Fox

Brian Geffen

Meg & Allan Goldstein

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United Jewish Federation Donors Jo Ann Goldstone

Vivian Guefen

David & Heather Hofflich

Linda-Anne Kahn

Tamara Klein

Ian Kutner

Theodore & Mimi Levine

Michael & Kevan Lyon

Stuart Goldstone

Judith Gumbiner

Joyce Hoffman

Bernardo Kajarek

Morton Kleinberg

Jess Lacher

Ely Levinsky

Leslye Lyons

Boyd and Louise Goldwyn

Jerry Gumpel

Sam Hoffman

Barbara Kamesar

Nan Kleinman

Phillip Ladman

Cheryl Levitt

Harold Mackler

Daniel Goldzband

Rebecca Gumpel

Thomas Hoffman

Bernardo Kanarek

Guy Klemens

Candice Lagnado

Jennifer Levitt

Dr. Norman & Mrs. Elaine Magid

Melvin Goldzband

Herbert Jr. & Ellen Hafter

Holocaust Remembrance

Maya Kanarek

Gertrude Klotz

Isaac Lagnado

Carol Levy

Chelle Maio

Andrew Gomperts

Diana L. Hahn

Endowment Fund of the JCF

Helen Kanfer

Mr. Conrad Kluger

Sanford Lakoff

David Levy

Sharon Mair

David Goodblatt

Judith Hahn

Robert Horowitz

Melissa Kanter

Deena Kobernick

Jan Landau

Lawrence & Nancy Levy

Alan S. Maisel, MD

Andrew Goodman

Howard Haimsohn

Laurie Hoshaw

Simone Kanter

Gerald Kobernick

Max Landau

Linda Levy

David Maizel

Eric Goodman

Robert & Merrill Haimsohn

Don Houts

Daniel Kaplan

Dr. Marc E. Kobernick

Sam Landau

Nathan & Celia Levy

Luis Maizel

Penina Goodman

Jeffrey Hall & Fern Platt

Harold Hower

Denise Kaplan

Todd Kobernick

Barry Lander

Theodora Pincus

Jerry Malamud

Sharon Goodman

Samuel Halpern

Lillian Huberman

Esther Kaplan

Karen Kogut

Michael Lanes

Betty Lias

Ruth Malin

Barbara Gordon

Kristin Hampshire

Deborah Huennekens

George Kaplan

Joyce & Michael Kole

Curtis Lang

Clark Libenson

Jay Malkoff

Jeoffry Gordon

Steven Mannis & Kane Handel

Leroy Hughes

Jeri Kaplan

Robert Kolkey

Mark Laska

Harriette Libenson

Sharon Malkoff

Michael Gordon

Barry Handler

Kathy Huish

Jodie Kaplan

Stephen Kollisch

Elliot & Phyllis Lasser

Hillary Liber

Lori Maloney

Nancy Gordon

Gerald Handler

Linda Hutkin-Slade

Lawrence Kaplan

Margaret Kopiec

Jerri Pittluck

Jeffrey Liber

Morgan Maltzman

Robert & Rhoda Gordon

Judy Handler

Kent Hytken

Morris Kaplan

Michael Kopiec

Eleanor Laverson

David Liberman

Jess Mandel

Vicki Gordon

Suzanne Handler

Jean Iglow

Muriel Kaplan

Marlene Kopstein

Dennis Lavine

Deena Libman

Melissa Mandel

Shelley & Gideon Goren

Lisa Haney

Brian & Jenny Ilfeld

Robert Kaplan

Jessica Koren

Rhoda Lavine

Eleanor Lieb

David Mandelbaum

Shelley Goren

John Harland

Dr. Robert Ilko

Roy Kaplan

Nat Koren

Mara Lawrence

Dalia Lieberman

Sonia Mandelbaum

Salomon Gorshtein

Michael Harnett

Kenji Ima

Stephen & Alysa Kaplan

Sharon Koren

Pamela Lawrence

Sandy Lieberman

Mark & Brenda Mann

Roanne Gotthelf

Jay Harris

Shirley Imber

Theodore & Trina Kaplan

Rabbi David Kornberg

Anita Lawson

Kara Liederman

Barbara Marcus

Steve Gould

Ruth Harris

Robert Irving

Harvey & Elizabeth Karten

Deborah Kornberg

Joth Layton

Paul C. Liederman, MD

Brad Marcus

Bonnie Graff

Rita Hartman

Israel Ismaj

Avra Kassar

Murray Kornblit

Robert Lazarus

Cyril Light

Danielle Marcus

Schuyler Grant

Alan and Barbara Haubenstock

Jacqueline Ismaj

Barry Kassar

Marsha Korobkin

L.E.B Enterprises, Inc

Elias Lilienthal

Marie Margulis

Lawrence Gratt

Betsy Haubrich

Hans Ismann

Dorothy Katz

Marcia Kossman

Fanny Krasner Lebovits

Sara Limenes

Kenneth & Gloria Marion

Philip Graubart

Mike Heath &

Dr. Andrew Israel

Ilse Katz

Doris Kossy

Brad Lebow

Miriam Lincoff

Michael Marks

Isaac Israel

Linda Katz

Beulah Koz

Yvette Lechtner

Katja Lindenberg

Diane Schachat

Jeff Greco

Kaye Quiroquiro

Alan Green

Joy Hecht

Audrey Jacobs

Liz Katz

Ana Kozlowski

Caryl Lees-Witte

Philip Linssen

Jerry Markus

Claire Green

Lisa Heikoff

Dr. Gary Jacobs

Louis Katz

Jaime Kozlowski

Michelle Lefton

Nancy Linton

Celia Marshak

Liora Green

Saul Heiman

Dr. Jacqueline Jacobs

Mel Katz

Joan Kramer

Matthew Lehrer

Hilliard Lipman

Ruth Marx

Melvin Green

Morton Heinrich

Karl Jacobs

Norman Katz

Kathryn Kramer

David Leib

Ann Lipschitz

Miriam Maya

Melvyn Green

Joel Heiser

Lila Jacobson

Rita Katz

Mark Kramer

Rich Leib

Gerald Lipschitz

Carrie Mayers

Orin Green

Chuck Helsel

Jake Jacoby

Emanuel Kauder

Barbara Krantzberg

Hilda Leisorek

Hollis & Alan Litrownik

Hillel Mazansky

Jennifer Greenberg

Harvey & Randi Helsel

Marsha Janger

Nadja Kauder

Jesse Krantzberg

Lainie Lesser-Mark

Gail Littman

Felice McGrath

Laurie Greenberg

Agnes Herman

Dr. Edward A. Janon

Bernard Kauderer

Martha Krasne

Howard Levin

Dr. Marshall J. Littman

Kathie McKirdy

Mark Greenberg

Richard Herman

Linda Janon

Myra Kauderer

Joy Krasner

Ina Levin

Mark & Ellie Livingstone

Lanie Meltzer

Beverlee Greene

Sandra Herman

Cornell Jaray

Richard Kaufman & Eyla

Milton Krasner

Michael Levin

Nancy Loewenthal

Rabbi Scott Meltzer

Pat Greene

Elissa Herring

Emily Jennewein

Boies

Albert Krasnoff

Phyllis Levin

Iliana Lombrozo

Susie Meltzer

Roberta Greene

Ilana Herring

Elizabeth Jeter

Sheryl Kaufman

Dianne & Larry Krasnow

Rebecca Selk Levin &

Jessica Lombrozo

Ed Mendelsohn

Patricia Greenfield

Larry Herring

Daniela Jinich

Ann Kavy

Enid Krieger

Jose Lombrozo

Ivan Mendelsohn

Estelle Greenstein

Tammy Hershfield

Karen Jinich

Ron Keidar

David Kroll

Beth Levine & Henry Abarbanel

Barbara Loonin

Lynn Mendelsohn

Marlene Greenstein

Elaine Hess

Ricardo Jinich

Sol Kempinski

Jonathan Kroll

Elizabeth Levine

Ingram Losner

Marcie Merel

Leonard Gregory

Leonard & Ursula Hess

Roberto Jinich

Marcia Kern

Alex Krongold

Ellen Levine

Marc Lotzof

Cantor Sheldon Merel

Stephen Groban

Howard Hian

Sergio Jinich

Karen K. Kessler

Cecilia Krongold

Ellyn Levine

Beatrice Loynab

Brian Mervis

Carla Grosmann

Jeffrey High

Gabrielle Joel

Clark Kholos

Sherry Kroop

Geraldine Levine

Herbert Lubick

Stanley Mestman

Marc Gross

Arnold Hill

Dr. Cecile Jordan

Perla Kimball

Seth Krosner & Phil Johnson

Haya Levine

Marsha Lubick

Mandi Meyerowitz

Mimi Gross

Ari Hirschhorn

Roberta Josepho

Todd Kirschen

Elena Kucinski

Ira D. Levine

Anthony & Joan Lubowe

Wayne Meyerowitz

Karen Grossman

Gary Hirsh

Roy Josepho

Miriam Kirshner

Roberto Kucinski

Justin Levine

Alan Lurie

Marge Michaelson

Harry Gruber

Morton Hirshman

Anthony & Natalie Josephson

Timothy Kitt

David Kupferberg

Dr. Mauricio Levine

Barbara Lurie

Cecilia Michan

Judith & Allen Gruber

Sheila Hittleman-Sohn

Laura Jucha

Barbara Klein

Dr. Lloyd Kuritsky

Robert Levine

Karin Lurie

David Michan

Brandon Grusd

Charlotte Hockstein

Marcia Kagnoff

David Klein

Dr. Paul Kurtin

Stefanie Levine

Norman Lurie

Henry Michan

Miriam Guberek

Barbara Hoffer

David Kahn

Selwyn Klein

Diane Kutner

Steven & Audrey Levine

Selwyn Lurie

Jenny Michan

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United Jewish Federation Donors Rashel Michan

Semyon Nodelman

Lori Pivo

Rabbi Yael Ridberg

Judith Rubenstein

Sylvia Schenker

Shirley Shapiro

Bradley Slavin

David Michelson

Maureen Norwood

Jeff Platt

Gloria Rimland

Dr. Stuart & Britt Rubenstein

Barry Scher

Liz Sharp

Ethel Slayen

Paul Michelson

Jeffrey Novack

Jeffrey Platt

Judith & George Ritner

Budd Rubin

Colin Scher

Jerome Shaw

Sandra Slivka

Shelley Michelson

Robert D. Novick

Cynthia Polger

Dr. Laurence S. Rivkin

Joan Rubin

Arthur & Evalyn Schiff

Morris & Clara Shechet

Lance & Lynne Small

David Mickelson

Mark Oberman &

Lorne Polger

Naomi G. Rivkin

Joseph Rubin

Gloria Schiff

Abraham Sherman

Edith Smargon

Eric Sands Poliak

Shirley Robbins

Michael Rubin

Leonard Schiff

Mark Sherman

Marilyn Smiedt

Gavin Miller

Judith Eisenberg

Joyce Miller Arovas

Linda & Larry Okmin

Sharon Polichar

Michael Roberts

Norman Rubin

Max Schindler

Alan Shetzer

Stanley Smiedt

Lesley Mills

Irving Okovita

Michael Polin

Carole Robin

Toba Rubin

Arlene Schloss

Bennett Shiller

Arlette Smith

Leonard Milner

Olivia Okovita

Arlene Pollard

Connie Robin

Barbara Rubin-Lampitt

Craig Schloss

Henry Shillet

Gregory J. Smith

Stan Minick

Howard & Bonnie Oleff

Dr. Erving Polster &

Linda Robinson

Alan Rusonik

Alan Schneider

Jacob Shor

Jillian Smith

Jaime Mirman

Vivian Olmos

Robert & Lila Rockstein

Cecelia Russell

Jerry Schneider

Jane Shore

Norman Smith

Arvin Mirow

Paulette Olsher

Monica Posner

Leonard Rodin

Marc Russo

Jerry Schneider

Davida Shreiber

Dr. David Smotrich

Phyllis Mirsky

Joseph Oppenheimer

Howard Potash

Rebeca Rodkin

Aviva Saad

Julius Schneider

Ida Shreiber

Dora Smukler

Lillian Miselewicz

Gabrielle Oratz

Ellen Potter & Ronald Evans

Ellen Rofman

Jorge Saad

Molly & Jon Schneider

Betty Shteremberg z”l

Linda Smulowitz

Charles & Ilene Mittman

Glenn Oratz

Beverly Powazek

Murray & Ruth Rogow

Raymond Sachs

Jacqueline & Ivan Schuller

Carlos Shteremberg

Sylvia Smulyan

Ilene Mittman

Arlene & Daniel Orlansky

Benjamin Press

Diane Roland

Ivor Sack

Paul Schulman

Susana Shteremberg

Cynthia Sneider

Monica Mizrachi

Lisa Orlansky

Judy Pressman

Abraham Romanowsky

Anthony Sacks

Sidney & Elsie Schulman

Danielle Shulman

Eduardo Sneider

Rafael Mizrachi

David Osias

Gigie & Laurence Price

Evan Rose

Arlene Sacks

Steven Schulman

Ingrid Shulman

Norman Sobel

Charlotte Mizrahi

Kevin Oskow

Harry Proctor

Laura & Howard Roselinsky

Ellen Sacks

Joseph Schulmann

Alan Shumacher

Martin Sodomsky

Elias Mizrahi

Lawrence Oster

Jacob Proud

Charles Roseman

Jeffrey Sacks

Joan Schultz

Harriet Shumacher

Esther Solomon

Evelyn Moch

Elizabeth Ozer

Bernie Semel & Tricia Pummill

Randi Rosen

Lila Sacks

Paul Schultz

Fern Siegel

Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence Solomon

Lorin Moch

Martin Pamensky

Lisa Rabie

Sharon Rosen Leib

Sandra Sacks

Harriet Schuman

Hano Siegel

Lewis Solomon

Esther Modiano

Renee Parker

Edward Rabinovich

Rose Rosenberg

Craig Saffer

Cindy Schwartz

Michael Siegel

Norman & Judith Solomon

Barry Mogol

Sidney Parker

Sheryl Rabinowitz

Sam Rosenberg

Richard Safrin, MD

Darren & Dr. Dara Schwartz

Mitchell & Elizabeth Siegler

Howard Somers

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