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2014

ANNUAL REPORT

why FEDERATION

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Jewish Community Center Jewish Federation Jewish Foundation Jewish Family Services 速

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Jewish Community Center Jewish Federation Jewish Foundation Jewish Family Services ®

OF GREATER DAYTON OF GREATER DAYTON OF GREATER DAYTON OF GREATER DAYTON

JEWISH FEDERATION of GREATER DAYTON & ITS AGENCIES

GLOBAL OUTREACH Globally, a portion of our Annual Campaign is distributed through the Jewish Federations of North America to the Joint Distribution Committee and the Jewish Agency for Israel. These agencies provide us with partnership programming, that expands Dayton’s horizon across the Atlantic, and connects us with Jewish communities in Israel and across the globe.

The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) brings together 151 Federations and 300 Network Communities to maximize our impact as the central address of North American Jewry. Collectively among the top 10 charities in the world, JFNA secures and manages $16 billion in endowment assets, partners with the Government of Israel to secure the Jewish State, provides world-wide relief to Jewish and non-Jewish victims of national disasters, and lobbies the US government in the best interest of the Jewish communities here in the states and those overseas.

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OF OUR ANNUAL CAMPAIGN FUNDS GO TO JFNA, WHO DISPERSES THEM THROUGH THE JDC AND THE JEWISH AGENCY FOR ISRAEL

The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) is the world’s leading Jewish humanitarian assistance organization. Founded in 1914, today JDC works on behalf of the Jewish communities of North America in Israel and more than 70 countries across the former Soviet Union, Central and Eastern Europe, Africa, Asia, and Latin America to alleviate hunger and hardship, rescue Jews in danger, and create lasting connections to Jewish life.

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OF ISRAELIS LIVED WITHIN RANGE OF HAMAS MISSLE FIRE IN 2014. JDC SUPPORTED THE MOST VULNERABLE AMONG THEM AND OUR FEDERATION DOLLARS HELPED.

Since 1929, The Jewish Agency for Israel has worked to secure a vibrant Jewish future. The Jewish Agency was instrumental in founding and building the State of Israel and they continue to serve as the official link between the Jewish state and Jewish communities everywhere. This global partnership has enabled us to address the Jewish People’s greatest challenges in every generation. Today, the Jewish Agency for Israel connects the global Jewish family, bringing Jews to Israel, and Israel to Jews. DAYTON IS

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U.S. COMMUNITIES IN THE WESTERN GALILEE PARTNERSHIP REGION. THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF BUDAPEST IS ALSO PART OF THIS PARTNERSHIP CONSORTIUM.


from the CEO

A LETTER

In this annual report we ask “Why Federation?” Simply put, as less than 2% of the world’s population and slightly less here in Dayton, we stand unified with our community caring for those in need, strengthening Jewish life and creating connections locally, in Israel and around the world. Most of our local agencies and international partners have been serving the Jewish people for close to a century. While the events that shaped their beginnings might have changed, the unified commitment of our Jewish community addresses the needs of today. I wanted to highlight some of these significant activities – all under the Federation umbrella. Our community is not silent when Jews are in peril around the world. In the past year, the Jewish people responded to the emergency needs of our Israeli family when faced with daily missile fire. As a global family we helped raise funds to provide for vulnerable individuals struggling to survive these attacks. We also continue to provide support for the needs of our Jewish communities in Europe who are facing increased antiSemitism and harrowing acts of terrorist attacks on the people of their communities. Through the generous support of many of those who came before us and continued support of a unified annual campaign, we are able to answer the needs of many of our local Jews in need. An aging population requires specialized services for our seniors and Jewish Family Services ( JFS) is there. JFS also provides extensive case management for our community members

The Jewish Federation of Greater

cares for those in need, strengthens Jewish life, and creates connections among Jews —

in need of assistance with referrals, financial management, budgeting and a myriad of individual needs. Our community supports the connections of the next generation through the internationally successful Birthright Israel experience that is close to a half million participants. Here in Dayton, we bring an enriched Jewish experience to our youth through our own programs in Early Childhood, Camp Shalom and PJ Library. Additionally, we continue to provide financial support for Hillel Academy, realizing that a Jewish community day school benefits not only the students and their families but the future generations of our entire Jewish community. With the community’s support of our Jewish Community Center we are able to enhance Jewish life with unique local programs such as the Jewish Film Festival and the Cultural Arts and Book Festival. Other programs enriching the lives of those in our community come from the wonderful connections of our Partnership 2Gether with Israel. Performers from Israel enhanced our Yom Ha’atzmaut program with music and our community was treated to an expert photographer-in-residence who taught our local photo enthusiasts. The stories of these and many other important activities of the local and global Jewish community are expertly communicated in our monthly (and awardwinning) Dayton Jewish Observer. This publication is made possible through the financial support of dedicated readers and the Jewish Federation. So from my vantage point, I can see that everyday, in so many ways, the Jewish Federation is one place you can be sure that your financial commitment to the Jews in Dayton and around the world makes a significant difference today and far into the future.

Thank you,

Dayton

acting locally, in Israel, and around the world.

CATHY GARDNER CEO, JEWISH FEDERATION of GREATER DAYTON 3


Jewish Federation

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OF GREATER DAYTON

JEWISH FEDERATION of GREATER DAYTON

AGENCY REPORT BUILDING COMMUNITY - Our Jewish Federation has a rich, 100+ year history in the Dayton area of connecting local Jewish communities with Jewish communities abroad. From our partnership program in the Western Galilee and myriad relief and absorption campaigns the Federation ran from the 1920s and into the 1990s, to supporting countless missions overseas that encouraged local Jews to build their relationships with Israel and to delve deep into the Jewish culture, the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton has been there to bridge the gap and provide support locally, in Israel, and around the world.

ANNUAL CAMPAIGN The Federation’s Annual Campaign has been raising funds for over one hundred years, supporting our local agencies, and providing for Jews in need in Israel and around the world. Locally, our Annual Campaign directly funds the Federation, our Jewish Community Center (JCC), and Jewish Family Services (JFS). Our agencies receive the majority of their funding through our Annual Campaign. Our 2014 Campaign resulted in funds of $1,225,649, achieving 98% of our goal.

JEWISH COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL The Jewish Community Relations Council serves as the voice of the Federation on issues of public policy, social advocacy, and community outreach. In 2014, we ran a supportive campaign for Israel in partnership with Federations across the United States and reached out to the Jewish and greater Dayton communities for their support with a community-wide Stand with Israel solidarity rally. Locally, as a result of the rally and community awareness, our Israel Emergency Fund fund raised $83,549 to directly aid the national Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) Israel Terror Relief Fund. Our donations focused on programs that provide both immediate relief and direct services to vulnerable populations within Israel as well as those which reinforce local capacity under fire and support emergency caregivers. Specific programs included respite days for the vast majority of youth living in the South of Israel, food deliveries, trauma relief therapy, group psychological support, and emergency kits.

PJ LIBRARY PJ Library, in partnership with local communities, provides families with the gift of free, high-quality children’s books, music, and other resources that foster Jewish learning and create a gateway for deeper engagement in Jewish life. Our local chapter of PJ Library is sponsored in partnership by Marcia & Ed Kress and the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton. Our 129 local subscribers received a total of 1,548 books in 2014, encouraging Jewish culture and learning between ages 6 months to 8 years old.

INNOVATION GRANTS Through Innovation Grants, the Federation is able to encourage new, grass-roots programming that involves collaboration among the Jewish agencies, organizations, and synagogues in the Greater Dayton community. In 2014, we funded 8 grants for a total of $28,857 awarded for innovative community programming. 4


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2014 FEDERATION BOARD PRESIDENT: JUDY ABROMOWITZ, IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT: GARY YOURA, PRESIDENT ELECT: DAVID PIERCE RABBI JUDY CHESSIN, Synagogue Forum Chair; MELINDA DONER, VP of Resource Development; BRUCE FELDMAN, Treasurer; JOEL FRYDMAN, Foundation Chair; SHIRLEE GILBERT, JCC Chair; DEBBY GOLDENBERG, By Law Chair; HELENE GORDON, JFS Chair; IRA SEGALEWITZ, Facilities Chair; MARY RITA WEISSMAN, Secretary BOARD MEMBERS: TODD BETTMAN, PATRICIA CARUSO, MARTHA JACOBS, EDWARD KRESS, LOUIS LEVIN, RYAN LEVIN, SCOTT LIBERMAN, JUDY LIPTON, BEVERLY LOUIS, WALTER OHLMANN, ERV PAVLOFSKY, MICHAEL SHANE, MARY YOURA 2014 FEDERATION STAFF CEO: CATHY GARDNER, CFO: JOHN DALES, DIRECTOR OF EXTERNAL RELATIONS: CHERYL CARNE, EDITOR & PUBLISHER DAYTON JEWISH OBSERVER: MARSHALL WEISS ROGER APPLE, Technology & Facilities Director; EHUD BOROVOY, YAD Director; JERI KAY ELDEEN, Staff Accountant; KATIE LEHNER, Marketing Director; SHEILA MYERS, Database Administrator; JODI PHARES, Executive Assistant; CARYL SEGALEWITZ, Campaign Events Manager; EMILY SNYDER, Graphic Designer; SIMONE SOFIAN, Grants Manager; KAREN STEIGER, Administrative Assistant; ALISA THOMAS, Development Coordinator 5


Jewish Community Center OF GREATER DAYTON

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER of GREATER DAYTON

AGENCY REPORT BUILDING JEWISH LIFE - From it’s first inception in the early 1930s, the JCC of Greater Dayton serves as a social hub, activity center, and immersive cultural portal.

CULTURAL ARTS The Dayton Jewish Film Festival and the Cultural Arts & Book Festival, both organized by the JCC, provide a world of films, authors, and events which celebrate and explore Jewish culture, identity, history, and diversity. Our committee and staff work year round reviewing films and authors to bring Dayton the best there is to offer in the world of Jewish culture and stories that reflect on all aspects of what it means to be Jewish. The 2014 Film Fest had an overall attendance of 1,322, with one of its key films, Esther Bronner: A Weave of Women, inspiring the community to create the Women’s Passover Experience program in 2015. The Cultural Arts & Book Festival had an overall attendance of 500, with the opening event held in Downtown Dayton, captivating a refreshing mix of old friends and new with author Joshua Bernstein.

HEALTH & WELLNESS CLASSES Added in 2014, JCC Health & Wellness classes invigorated the community with a warm and lively space for community recreation, social and cultural classes. From Tai Chi to Insanity, community members have even more opportunities to enrich their lives.

CAMP SHALOM Every summer, Camp Shalom continues to have the same solid foundation that has existed in the Dayton community since the early 1930s. Our goal is to provide children with meaningful experiences full of Judaic spirit. Camp Shalom welcomes all members of the general community to attend. 140 campers total worked together this year to build their Camp Shalom family through leadership, community service, and social networking.

EARLY CHILDHOOD The JCC’s Early Childhood is especially designed for the young child. Through sensitive direction from qualified professional teachers, children develop their unique personalities and learn respect and consideration for others of all backgrounds. There were 105 children enrolled for the 2014 school year. Special programming for families included the annual Share Shabbat family breakfast with more than 240 attendees.

YOUTH, TEEN, & FAMILY The Youth, Teen, and Family Department is a welcoming and engaging division of the JCC open to the community. The department creates new and meaningful ways for individuals and families to experience, appreciate, deepen, and enrich their connection to contemporary Jewish life through programs and activities. BBYO engaged 25 teens in 2014, and Children’s Theatre engaged 20 children with their performance of Into the Woods, Jr. 6


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1. Pharaoh (Ehud Borovoy) and Moses (Yale Glinter) team up to teach the Brachot Cheder about the ten plagues of Pesach during the JCC Early Childhood Passover Experience. 2. Dressed to the nines, community members Alice & Burt Saidel enjoy Film Fest’s opening night with Kim & Shelley Goldenberg. 3. Kirsten Dales and Samantha Studebaker collect beans from the Joan and Dr. Charlie Knoll Community Garden. 4. Author Joshua Bernstein delves into the bubbly world of brewskis at local brewery Warped Wing for the 2014 Cultural Arts and Book Festival.

2014 JCC BOARD CHAIR: SHIRLEE GILBERT, IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIR: VICKY HEUMAN BOARD MEMBERS AMY BLOOM, LISA BLUM, LORI COHEN, MICHELE DRITZ, ALAN GABEL, KARI BOROFF HIMES, GABRIELE LEVENTHAL, MELVIN LIPTON, LYNN MANTELL, RON NELSON, BRIAN O’KOON, SUZANNE VLAHOS, FELIX WEIL 2014 JCC STAFF DIRECTOR: JANE HOCHSTEIN, EARLY CHILDHOOD DIRECTOR: AUDREY MACKENZIE, YOUTH, TEEN, & FAMILY DIRECTOR: YALE GLINTER SHAWNA BALOG, Administrative Assistant; RACHEL WILSON, Program Assistant 7


Jewish Family Services OF GREATER DAYTON

JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES of GREATER DAYTON

AGENCY REPORT BUILDING STRENGTH - Guided by Jewish traditions, Jewish Family Services (JFS) of Greater Dayton provides individuals and families within the Miami Valley with the tools and services to lead a happier and healthier life.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES JFS matches volunteers for friendly visits, reassuring phone calls, running errands, delivering holiday gift bags to seniors, and more. We screen our volunteers and work diligently to match our volunteers and clients so that everyone involved has a positive, enriching experience. In 2014, we logged 1,304 volunteer hours, 17 handyman visits, and 326 holiday bags (102 Rosh Hashanah bags, 109 Purim bags, 115 Chanukah bags).

RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS

In 2014, there were 107 programs at Covenant Manor that included speakers, entertainment, and classes. In addition, 2014 was the first time JFS organized the L’Chaim: To Life event. At the 2014 Chanukah Program, Active Adults transitioned to JFS. Active Adults was organized by the JCC for the majority of 2014, and had events such as dine arounds, speakers, Spring Fling, a trip to the Racino, and a Chanukah Program.

BEREAVEMENT GROUP JFS offered two six-week bereavement groups, open to those in the community who needed support through the grieving process. By balancing the class between social worker enablement and Rabbinic spiritual guidance, the group was able to achieve a peaceful balance for those seeking comfort and transition into a new chapter of life.

NUTRITION PROGRAM

Over 1,260 hot lunches were served at the Covenant Manor lunch program, and 1,609 hot meals were delivered to clients’ homes. The Food Pantry provided 1,264 bags of food to individuals and families in need.

TRANSPORTATION

JFS provided 2,903 one-way rides that assisted those in need to doctor appointments, community events, and much more. There were 115 people who used the service and the average age was 78 years.

SPECIFIC ASSISTANCE JFS reviews client budgets, expenditures, and situations. If eligible, clients can receive limited financial assistance as a one-time stop-gap measure. Our financial assistance is not just monetary. JFS provides information and referral services so that clients can assist themselves and achieve financial stability. In 2014, 24 people received financial assistance totaling $7,127.21 for rent, utilities, medical/dental, groceries, and clothing. The average age of those who benefited from specific assistance was 60.

CASE MANAGEMENT If a client requires in-depth support, JFS provides case management. Case management includes, but is not limited to: assistance with coordination of services and appointments, advocacy, living arrangement, friendly visits, transportation services, nutrition services, specific assistance and/or counseling, telephone reassurance and calls during inclement weather and emergency situations. In 2014, JFS provided 6,530* service units to 286 unique clients. Service units include assessments, visits, phone calls, collateral contacts, emails/notes. The 286 clients include individuals who are single, married, or those in larger families. *Service includes duplicated counts. Service units are recorded for all persons who receive benefit/impact from an action. In some cases, if there is a spouse, service unit (e.g., phone call or email) is entered for both spouses.

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1. Tim, Larry, Josh, Kenny and Kyle (Left to right), food pantry volunteers, were thrilled to receive free tickets from Jewish Family Services for a trip to the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery as a thank you for all their hard work. 2. Camp Shalom campers (L) Brianna Becker and (R) Ava Harvey, teach community member Ruth Poling the technique of braiding a loaf of challah at Covenant Manor. 3. Attendees join in on learning at the first JFS L’Chaim: To Life event. 4. Quilting Mavens instructor

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Maryann Bernstein (left) and Sis Litvin consult over a quilt design, as part of this year’s quilting series. Quilting Mavens was held on Wednesdays at Covenant Manor. 5. Harpist Bobbie Strobar brings beautiful music to the JFS senior lunch program. 6. Bob Feist and Paul Kulback enjoy the Chinese food themed volunteers luncheon.

2014 JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES BOARD CHAIR: HELENE GORDON, VICE CHAIR: WENDI PAVLOFSKY BOARD MEMBERS: HELEN ABRAMOVITZ*, MARYANN BERNSTEIN, BERNICE BRANT, MELINDA DONER, BOB FEIST, SHIRLEE GILBERT, PAUL KULBACK, JOAN MARCUS, LINDA NOVAK, LISA PAVLOFSKY, LISA PIERCE, PAT SAPHIRE, FELICE SHANE, ARLENE STINE, ED ZAWATSKY 2014 JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES STAFF DIRECTOR: MARY ANN HEMMERT, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: AMY BOYLE JOYCE ANDERSON, Administrative Assistant; CHERYL BENSON, Nutrition Services; JANICE KOHN, Program Director; HYLA WEISKIND, Senior Outreach Specialist Drivers: HERMAN BYRD, HERB FULLER, VINCE GIST, HELEN HALCOMB, WAVERLY MOSLEY, TED MYERS *Of Blessed Memory

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Jewish Foundation OF GREATER DAYTON

JEWISH FOUNDATION of GREATER DAYTON

AGENCY REPORT BUILDING A FUTURE - The Jewish Foundation helps to build the community’s future, through endowments, donor advised funds, and passes the tradition of building on to our kids through our B’nai Tzedek teen philanthropy program. For the last three years, the Foundation Composite return was 10.8%, placing us in the top 13% of the study. For last five years, the Foundation Composite return was 14.6%, placing us in the top 7% of the study. For the last seven years, the Foundation Composite return was 7.1%, placing us in the top 3% of the study. The Jewish Foundation of Greater Dayton follows an investment mix of 40% fixed income and 60% equity. OVERVIEW OF CALLAN ASSOCIATES* FOUNDATION PERFORMANCE COMPARISONS Data from Callan Associates compares our Foundation’s performance t o o t h e r c o m p a r a b l e f o u n d a t i o n s . A n o v e r v i e w o f t h i s s t u d y i s s h o w n b e l o w. K E Y: JEWISH FOUNDATION OF GREATER DAYTON

60% S&P 500 / 405 BC Aggr

CAI: Endw/Fdn Sm DB

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*Callan Associates, Inc. (www.callan.com) is one of the largest independently owned investment consulting firms in the country. Callan provides investment consulting services to public and private pension plan sponsors, endowments, foundations, operating funds, investment management firms, financial intermediaries, and mutual fund boards of directors. The Callan Small Endowment/Foundation Fund Sponsor Database consists of returns and asset allocation information for 224 Endowment/Foundation Funds with assets less than $100 Million. These funds are not limited to Callan client funds sponsor. 10


OVERVIEW OF CURRENT RESTRICTED ENDOWMENTS JEWISH FEDERATION

# of Endowments 5

# of Endowments 10

# of Endowments 15

# of Endowments 20 19

Campaign 8

General Federation 4

Education

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Leadership 4

Community Relations Council 2

Professional Development Federation Archives

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Dayton Jewish Observer

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Outreach

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JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER Cultural Arts

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Summer Camp

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General Jewish Community Center

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Preschool

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BBYO

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Maccabi

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Children’s Theatre

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Children’s Programming

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JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES 20

General Jewish Family Services Student Loans

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Social Services

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Senior Services 2

Transportation Bikur Haverim

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JEWISH FOUNDATION B’nai Tzedek Teen Philanthropy

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Scholarships & Grants 3

Funds Held for Other Organizations Supporting Foundation

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Charitable Remainer Trust

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Other

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2014 JEWISH FOUNDATION BOARD CHAIR: JOEL FRYDMAN, INVESTMENT COMMITTEE CHAIR: BOB HEUMAN BOARD MEMBERS: TODD BETTMAN, RALPH HEYMAN, CHARLES KARDON, JOAN KNOLL, BERNARD RABINOWITZ, MIKE SHANE, MARY RITA WEISSMAN 2014 JEWISH FOUNDATION STAFF CEO: CATHY GARDNER, CFO: JOHN DALES, ALISA THOMAS, Development Coordinator *The Ida Fay & Luba Gretel B’nai Tzedek Youth Philanthropy Fund consists of 20 sub-funds that are attributed to our B’nai Tzedek Teens.

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OVERVIEW OF FOUNDATION FUNDS AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2014 PHILANTHROPIC FUNDS › Michael Adler & Caroline Zsambok › Gary & Helen Altman Klein › Vicki & Bruce Bernie › Bettman Family › Jean & Todd Bettman Family › Oscar & Marjorie Boonshoft › Charme Family › Economy Linen › Bruce & Deborah Feldman › DeNeal & Esther Feldman › MJ & Bella Freeman › Joel & Angela Frydman › Cathy L. Gardner › Felix & Erika Garfunkel › Robert & Deborah Goldenberg › Rochelle & Michael Goldstein › Ben & Dorothy Harlan › Rick A.M. & Beatrice Harris › Robert & Vicky Heuman › Ralph E. Heyman › C. David & Susan Joffe › Larry & Marilyn Klaben › Charles & Joan Knoll › Harry & Shirley Leventhal › Robert & Sarah Leventhal Family › Ryan Levin › Bert & Jean Lieberman › Judy & Mel Lipton › David & Joan Marcus › Barbara R. Mervis Family › Irvin & Gayle Moscowitz Family › Moss Family › The Moyer Fund › Bernard & Carole Rabinowitz › Allan Rinzler Family › Rose Family › Ruchman Family › Linda W. Ruchman Memorial › The Saldoff Fund › Susan & Martin Schear › Schoenfeld Family › Schriber Family › Dr. & Mrs. Joel H. Tobiansky › Larry & Maureen Tomchin › Joan & Peter Wells › Gail & Stuart Weprin › Judith E. Woll CONTINUUM FUNDS › Oscar & Marjorie Boonshoft Covenant House › Oscar & Marjorie Boonshoft Israel Support › Oscar & Marjorie Boonshoft Jewish Family Services › Kitty Miller Covenant House Capital   OTHER RESTRICTED FUNDS › Anonymous Education Fund › Harris Abrahams JCC Children’s Theatre Fund › Helen & Charles Abramovitz Jewish Camp Fund › Tala Arnovitz Fund › Theodore Arnovitz Film Festival Fund › Lillian Baum Fund › Board Discretionary Endowment Fund › BBYO Leadership Fund › Mary Berg Cultural Arts Fund › Cantor Covenant House Fund › Cantor DJCC Fund

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Cantor Jewish Family Service Fund Cantor Student Loan Fund Cantor Temple Israel & JFGD Fund Child Placement Fund Children’s Cultural Fund Robert L. & Rita Z. Cline Bikur Haverim Fund Dayton Jewish Observer Endowment Fund Devay Covenant House Fund Early Childhood Fund Epstein Family Covenant House Fund Ida Fay & Luba Gretel B’nai Tzedek Youth Philanthropy Fund Feldman Family B’nai B’rith Youth Organization (BBYO) Youth Fund Lillian E. Finn Student Loan Fund Robert & Mollie Fitterman Professional Development Fund Dr. Paul Winter Franklin & Mrs. Herta Winter Franklin Covenant House Concert Series Fund Paul & Sarah Frydman Family Endowment Fund Abe & Florence Garlikov Fund Glennon Family Special Needs Fund Bernard & Marilyn Goldman Nationa Leadership Fund Rochelle & Michael Goldstein Cultural Arts Fund Benjamin Joseph Hahn Memorial Fund Ben & Dorothy Harlan’s Children’s Fund Norris D. Hawk Senior Fund Vicky & Robert Heuman Scholarship Fund Holocaust Program Fund Max Isaacson Fund Sylvia Isaacson Fund Jaffe Memorial Education Fund JFGD Archives & Special Collections in Memory of Debra L.Schwartz Fund JFS Director’s Discretionary Fund Eugene & Pearl Joffe Scholarship Fund Max Kohnop Memorial Fund Kulback Family Senior Services Fund Leadership Fund Leopold Covenant House Fund Leopold JCC Fund Hans Lieberman Family Service Fund Lippard Covenant House Fund Mack Family Covenant House Fund Jeanette Maimon Covenant House Fund Philip Maimon Teen Fund Wolfe Marcus Trust Youth Travel to Israel Fund Miriam Siegal Marks & Milton A. Marks Professional Development Fund Gordon Matthews Scholarship Fund Dorothy B. Moyer Young Leadership Fund Goldie Orenstein Covenant House Fund Carol J. Pavlofsky Leadership Fund Past Presidents’ Fund Philips Building Fund Dorothy Ryterband Continuity Fund

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Dorothy Ryterband CRC Fund Lawrence Schear Fund Dr. Lee C. Scherberg Fund Benjamin R. Shaman Community Relations Fund Harold Shane Senior Cultural Arts Fund Dorothy & Harold Shane JCC Multigenerational Lounge Fund Florence Shapiro Fund Leo Shapiro Leisure Times Memorial Fund Robert A. Shapiro Education Fund Robert A. Shapiro Senior & Volunteer Fund Rose & Sam Shulman Special Needs Fund Philip & Thelma Sokol Fund Rosalie & Jack Stone Memorial Fund Eugene Thal Covenant House Fund Allan Wasserman Young Leadership Fund Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Endowment Fund Fan & Herman Weisman Art & Physical Fitness Fund Herta G. & Egon F. Wells and Marge Arnold Children’s Fund Joan & Peter Wells Family, Children & Youth Fund Harry & Frank Weprin BBYO Scholarship Fund Women’s Guild Fund Ann Wool Memorial Songbird Fund Larry & Leonore Zusman Senior Entertainment Fund

UNRESTRICTED FUNDS › Anonymous › Morris E. Friedman Unrestricted Fund FUNDS HELD FOR OTHER ORGANIZATIONS › Beth Abraham Synagogue Foundation Fund › Temple Beth Or Building Maintenance Fund › Temple Beth Or Endowment Fund   CHARITABLE REMAINDER TRUSTS › Betty* & Russell Remick   SUPPORTING FOUNDATIONS › Eugene Joffe Family Supporting Organization   ENDOWED LIONS OF JUDAH › Judy Abromowitz › Elaine Bettman › Rita Z. Cline-Marks* › Debbie Feldman › Teri German › Fan Gershow* › Debby Goldenberg › Darlene Gutmann-Marlowe › Marla Harlan › Ronnie Wasserman Harlan › Sylvia Heyman › Susan Joffe › Joan Knoll › Pat Patterson › Carole Rabinowitz › Barbara Sanderow › Florence Shapiro*

› Sara Shuster › Bea Singer* › Mary Rita Weissman › Estate of Eureda (Rita) Zissen* ENDOWED PERPETUAL ANNUAL CAMPAIGN GIFTS › Charles* & Helen* Abramovitz › Howard Abromowitz › Joe Bettman › Bennett Cohen* › Aubrey Devay* › Jean Gelb* › Bernard* & Marilyn* Dezen Goldman › Ralph E. Heyman › Rochelle and Michael Goldstein › C. David Joffe › Eugene* & Pearl* Joffe › Katie Bergas Kahn* › Ann Lehrner* › Linda Ruchman (estate of)* › Dorothy Ryterband* › William Semmelman* › Robert A. Shapiro* › Leo Shapiro (estate of)* › Mitch Singer* › Mike Zissen*   B’NAI TZEDEK YOUTH PHILANTHROPY FUNDS › Jeremy Bettman › Adam Bloom › Rachel Bloom › Addison Caruso › Ahuva Fox › Malka Fox › Tzvi Fox › Melissa Frydman › Jack Fuchsman › Zachary Halpern › Riley Jacobs › Levi Johnson › Asa Leventhal › Jack Nicholaisen › Jaclyn Nicole Pavlofsky › Micah Rhodes › Taylor Rhodes › Libby Schear › Ari Vandersluis › Jordan Vandersluis   LETTERS OF INTENT › Judy Abromowitz › Lawrence Briskin › Deborah Goldenberg › Ronnie Wasserman Harlan › Robert Heuman › Ralph Heyman › Mildred Kottler › Bernard Rabinowitz › Betty* & Russell Remick › Dr. Nathaniel Ritter › Oscar Soifer › Aleksandar Svager › Edward Zawatsky   2014 FOUNDATION COMPETITIVE GRANT AWARD › Vicky & Robert Heuman College Scholarship Award: Naava Honer


Jewish Community Center Jewish Federation Jewish Foundation Jewish Family Services ®

OF GREATER DAYTON OF GREATER DAYTON OF GREATER DAYTON OF GREATER DAYTON

JEWISH FEDERATION of GREATER DAYTON & ITS AGENCIES

A L L O C AT I O N R E P O R T 2014 GRANTS AWARDED

2014 EXTERNAL ALLOCATIONS

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NATIONAL ALLOCATIONS

STATE ALLOCATIONS

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LEVIN FAMILY FOUNDATION › JCC Early Childhood Center › Annual Meeting/Micha Feldman › Western Galilee Partnership › Counseling Support Services › Aging in Place programming › Specific Assistance › Akko Youth Centers LEVIN FAMILY FOUNDATION /RYAN LEVIN DISCRETIONARY FUNDS › Dayton Jewish Film Festival

LOCAL ALLOCATIONS

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OVERSEAS ALLOCATIONS

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2014 RESULTS

2015 BUDGET

FEINSTEIN FOUNDATION › JFS Food Pantry GRINSPOON FOUNDATION › PJ Library PNC FOUNDATION › Jewish Leadership Institute

MONTGOMERY COUNTY › Kosher Home Delivered and Congregate Meals › Transportation and Chore Service

FEDERAL EMERGENCY FOOD AND SHELTER PROGRAM › Kosher Home Delivered and Congregate Meals

UNITED WAY › Kosher Home Delivered and Congregate Meals

SAM LEVIN FOUNDATION › Jewish Film Festival › Jewish Community Center of Greater Dayton

2014 INTERNAL ALLOCATIONS PROGRAMS - NET OF REVENUE*

$1,225,649

1,290,000

› ANNUAL CAMPAIGN COMMITMENT

(274,682)

(294,857)

› EARLY CHILDHOOD

› PARTNERSHIP2GETHER

(26,043)

(27,643)

› CULTURAL ARTS

OVERSEAS ALLOCATIONS

IDDINGS FOUNDATION › Dayton Jewish Film Festival

OHIO ARTS COUNCIL › JCC Cultural Arts

SENIOR RESOURCE CENTER › Kosher Home Delivered and Congregate Meals

REVENUE

REYNOLDS AND REYNOLDS FOUNDATION › Transportation and Chore Service

2015 BUDGET

(135,605)

(130,333)

4,924

2,888

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER › ADMINISTRATION

NATIONAL ALLOCATIONS

2014 RESULTS

› SENIOR ADULT

2,602

2,910

(16,271)

(16,134)

(34,409)

(32,428)

› BIRTHRIGHT ISRAEL

(5,000)

(5,000)

› YOUTH & FAMILY

› JCPA

(1,650)

(1,650)

FEDERATION & FOUNDATION › ADMINISTRATION

(333,765)

(337,660)

› OHIO VALLEY HILLEL CONSORTIUM

(10,000)

(10,000)

› GRANT WRITING

(29,629)

(16,869)

› OHIO JEWISH COMMUNITIES

(11,970)

(11,970)

› MARKETING

(65,640)

(84,914)

› FUNDRAISING & DEVELOPMENT

(114,891)

(129,203)

(24,686)

(12,830)

STATE ALLOCATIONS

LOCAL ALLOCATIONS › HILLEL ACADEMY

(55,000)

(55,000)

› YOUNG ADULTS

› LEADERSHIP EDUCATION

(8,889)

(8,880)

› BUILDING & OCCUPANCY

(95,126)

(81,261)

› MIAMI UNIVERSITY HILLEL

(10,000)

(10,000)

› COMMUNITY OUTREACH

(30,863)

(21,503)

› S.K.I.P.

(1,000)

(1,000)

› COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL

(100,980)

(134,698)

› OTHER LOCAL ALLOCATIONS

(2,500)

(2,500)

JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES

TOTAL ALLOCATIONS

(406,734)

(428,500)

› COVENANT HOUSE

353,035

224,618

818,915

861,500

› BAD DEBT EXPENSE (RENT)

(46,666)

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› PROGRAMS & SERVICES

(189,993)

(106,168)

(5,714)

(8,648)

TOTAL PROGRAMS, SERVICES, & OTHER

(863,677)

(882,233)

SURPLUS (SHORTFALL)

($44,762)

($20,733)

PROGRAMMING FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR AGENCIES & SERVICES

DAYTON JEWISH OBSERVER

*Revenue sources include program fees, donations, corporate sponsorships and endowment income.

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Jewish Community Center Jewish Federation Jewish Foundation Jewish Family Services ®

OF GREATER DAYTON OF GREATER DAYTON OF GREATER DAYTON OF GREATER DAYTON

JEWISH FEDERATION of GREATER DAYTON & ITS AGENCIES

2014 DONORS 2014 CAMPAIGN CHAIR: MARY YOURA PRIME MINISTER’S COUNCIL $100,000 + Marjorie Boonshoft* Oscar Boonshoft* Stuart Rose KING DAVID SOCIETY $25,000-$99,999 Aubrey Devay ** Bernard Rabinowitz Carole Rabinowitz* Schriber Family Philanthropic Fund of the Jewish Foundation of Greater Dayton DIAMOND DONORS $10,000-$24,999 Annonymous (1) Judy Abromowitz Jean and Todd Bettman Bruce Feldman Deborah Feldman Angela Frydman Debby Goldenberg Robert Heuman Susan Katz Larry Klaben Marilyn Klaben Joan and Herman Knoll Patricia Patterson Maureen Tomchin Gary Youra Mary Youra LEADERSHIP Men $5,000-$9,999 Howard Abromowitz Joseph Bettman Joel Frydman Robert Goldenberg Max Gutmann * Ralph Heyman David Joffe Eugene Joffe** Eugene Joffe Family Supporting Organization of the Jewish Foundation of Greater Dayton

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Stanley Katz Edward Kress Kim Kwiatek Allen Levin Louis Levin David London David Marcus Walter Ohlmann Thomas Saldoff Michael Shane Larry Tomchin Norman Weissman LION OF JUDAH Women $5,000-$9,999 Elaine Bettman Cheryl Carne Melinda Doner Esther Feldman Cathy Gardner Teri German Fan Gershow** Darlene Gutmann-Marlowe Marla Harlan Vicky Heuman Sylvia Heyman Susan Joffe Susie Katz Marcia Kress Ellen Leffak Jean Lieberman Judy Lipton Gayle Moscowitz Renee Rubin Handel Randee Saldoff Felice Shane Florence Shapiro** Bea Gerson Singer** Mary Rita Weissman Eureda Zissen ** HAZAK Men or Joint $1,800-$4,999 Maryann and Jack Bernstein Hyman Blum Ben Cohen** Marianne and Harley Ellman Jeffrey Froelich Erika and Felix Garfunkel Ron Gilbert David Goldenberg

Kim Goldenberg Jonas Gruenberg Franklin Handel Stephen Harlan Steven Horenstein Alex and Shayna Kolodesh Richards Lapedes Stephen Levitt Mel Lipton Marc Low Daniel Miller Ervin Pavlofsky Gary Pavlofsky Dorothee and Lou Ryterband Memorial Fund** William Semmelman** Robert Shapiro** David Sofian Jerome Spiegel Aleksandar Svager POMEGRANATE Women $1,800-$4,999 Anonymous (2) Helen Abramovitz Judy Chessin Rita Z. Cline-Marks** Kim Dinsmore Renate Frydman Shirlee Gilbert Lynn Goldenberg Marilyn Goldman** Bea Harris Linda Horenstein Ann Lehrner** Beverly Louis Jane Miller Sarah Moore Leventhal Wendi Pavlofsky Lisa Pierce Maxine Rubin Susan Spiegel and Lisa Hanauer Judy Woll MITZVAH SOCIETY Men or Joint $180-$1,799 Anonymous (14) Caroline Zsambok and Michael Adler Steven Adler

Mike Albert Matthew Arnovitz Bernard Barsky Albert Becker Jenny Davis- Berman and Dean Berman Barry Block Judy and John Bloom Michael Bloom Robert Bloom Ric Blum Stanley Blum Gary Blumenthal Kevin Bressler Lawrence Briskin Richard Broock Cathy and Alan Brown Lawrence Burick Aaron Burke Richard Carne Michael Caruso Lynda and Alan Cohen Sharon and William Cohen Jerry Colp Roger Chudde John Dales Bill Doner Masha Kisel and Sam Dorf Philip Dreety Jay Dritz Allen Dubro Steven Ducker Lenora and Ken Elbaum Enrique Ellenbogen Michael Emoff Robert Emoff* Sara and Mitchell Faust Robert Feist Jacqueline and Harold Fishman Richard Flagel* Delbert Footer Larry Footer Ronald Footer Charles Fox Bella and M.J. Freeman Marc Freidman Deborah and Gary Froelich

Linda and Farley Frydman David Fuchsman John Gaglione Barbara and Harry Gerla Heath Gilbert Marc Gilbert Joshua Ginsberg Joseph Glatterman Charlotte and Brett Golden Michael Goldstein Jane and Michael Gorsky Susan and David Gottschalk Sally and Donald Green Joan and Arthur Greenfield Andrea and Douglas Grimes Howard Gross Sydney Gross Sharon and Israel Guterman Teri and Michael Halasz Karen Bodney Halasz and Scott Halasz Gary Hochstein Maxine and Jeffrey Hoffman Emily and Jon Holt Donna and Yale* Holt Beverly and Jonathan Horwitz Joan and Martin Hozinger Geoffrey Hyman Cassandra and Bradley Jacobs Martin Jacobs James Jacobson Jack Jenefsky Neil Kahn Bobbie and Gerald Kantor Beverly and Jeffrey Kantor Robert Klaben Bonnie and Alan Klein Gary and Helen Klein Jeffrey Kleinman Anita and Joseph

Kohler Gerald Kotler Nancy and Kevin Kravitz Michael Kriner Barbara and Ira Kushnir Jack Kwiatek* Todd Leventhal Morton Levine James Levinson Scott Liberman Elaine and Joseph Litvin Marlene and Henry Maimon Devorah and Nochum Mangel Donald Marger Steven Markman Elaine and Melvin Mayerson Edward Meadow Stuart Merl Jeffrey Mikutis Jacqueline and Steven Miller Alan Moscowitz Irvin Moscowitz Eleanor and Raymond Must James Nathanson Morton Nelson* Alaine and Philip Office Gary Pacernick David Pierce Marlene and Terry Pinsky Harold Prigozen Sharyn and John Reger Russell Remick Stephen Renas Terri and Dusty Rhodes Walter Rice Linda and Marvin Roden Kenneth Rosenzweig David Rothschild Deborah and Howard Rubenstein Marshall Ruchman Jewel and Robert Safferman Alice and Burt Saidel


Jonah Sandler Carol Graff and Byron Schatzley Ira Segalewtiz Linda and Joel Shapiro Leo Shapiro** Jeffrey Shulman Thomas Shulman Mitchell Singer** Thomas Skelley Jody and Todd Sobol Ruth and Fred Scheuer Andrew Schwartz Allen Seymour Scott Shapiro Steven Sherbet Allan Spetter Ellen and Alvin Stein Marc Sternberg Yvonne and Reginald Stills Julie and Jeffrey Stoller Mory Summer Janese and Daniel Sweeny Tim Sweeny Suzanne and Robert Thum Harvey Tuck Larry Turyn Lois and Gilbert* Unger Suzanne and George Vlahos Julie and Adam Waldman Ronald Wasserstrom Caryl and Donald Weckstein Robert Weinman Raymond Weiskind Marshall Weiss Michael Weprin Fred Weber Peter Wells Tina and Warren Wingate Sanford Wolfe Edward Zawatsky Irvin Zipperstein Donald Zulanch CHAI SOCIETY Women $180-$1,799 Anonymous (7) Marilyn Abrams Beth Adelman Elaine Arnovitz Julie Bainbridge Janet Block Amy Bloom Julie Bloom Constance Blum Linda Blum Toby Blume* Sylvia Blum Bernice Brant Charlotte Braverman Karen Bressler Dena Briskin Cynthia Burick Patricia Caruso Rochelle Charles Eva Clair

Celia Clark Marcia Cox Anita EmoffOdsgaard Michele Dritz Rita Dushman Rich Stacy Emoff Marni Flagel Lorraine Fortner Lynn Foster Laurie Friedman Randi Fuchsman Arlene Furst Elaine Gaglione Jean Gelb** Cheryl Gerber Rachel Gilbert Marian Glatterman Gloria Goldman Rochelle Goldstein Lois Gross Charlotte Handler Sammye Harrison Jane Hochstein Joan Isaacson Martha Jacobs Regina Kahn Joyce Kardon Linda Kramer Joan Marcus Carole Marger Marilyn Moscowitz Sarah Pavlofsky Gabriele Leventhal Meredith Moss Levinson Ann Liberman Sharon Lindquist Skelley Audrey MacKenzie Helne Markman Susan Mikutis Cicely Nathan Jeanne Nathan Carol Nathanson Jodi Phares Andrea Raizen Bonnie Rice Francia Rosenzweig Linda Ruchman** J. Naomi Sandor Marilyn Scher Pamela Schwartz Ann Sherbet Celia Shulman Eleanor Shulman Simone Sofian Maureen Sternberg Melissa Sweeny Louise Tincher Marci Vandersluis Hyla Weiskind Emalee Weisman Donna Weiss Joan Wells Barbara Weprin Karen Weprin Diane Rubin Williams Karen Wolfe Roberta Zawatsky Susan Zulanch

COMMUNITY $1-$179 Anonymous (33) Aileen Adams Cynthia and Michael Africk Debbie and Art Altman Brian Appel Larry Balas Sydelle Balas Connie Bank Michael Bank Robert Barcus Rhonda Barner Evelyn Barnett Ann Baum Leah Baumhauer Joseph Beaman Stacey Bean Frayda Beloff Lawrence Beloff Eleanor Benjamin Peter Benkendorf Angela and Mark Bergsman Tatyana and Konstantin Berkovich Michael Berks Sherry Berks Janice Berman Melvyn Berman Rita Bloom Frieda Blum Bari Blumhof Steven Blumhof Gloria and Robert* Brackman Betty Bremen Eleanor Brown* Leslie and Robert Buerki Bea Burke Beverly Butter Elisheva Caden Carolyn and Melvin Caplan Arthur Carne Marlene Carne Bernice Carson Deborah and David Char Judy Chesen Alan Chesen Harvey Cohen Nancy and Richard Cohen Daniel Cohn Bertram Cream Annette Cream Betty Crouse Ron Dean Robert Diamond Susan Diamond Mark Dlott Ronna and Michael Dubro Ruth Ellenbogen Cissy Ellison Alan Elovitz Dorothy Engelhardt Beverly Farnbacher Kay Farnbacher Mark Feingold Judith and Michael Feinstein Michael Feldman

Margaret Feldman* Barnett Feldman Pam Feldman Eleanor and Montie Felman Bernice Fenton Rose Frank Shirley Frankowitz Charles Fried Claudia Fried Dolores Fried William Fried Shlomoh Fullen-Hull Alan Gabel Gary Gams Patricia Gates Isak Gershon Paula Gessiness Mike Glantz Yale Glinter Alan Goldstein Wanda Goldstein Nathaniel Goldwasser Helene Gordon Arlene Graham John Granby Karen Granby Janet and Jim Greenlee Barbar Gronefeld Bill Gronefeld Melissa Guadalupe Henry Guggenheimer Judi and Joel Guggenheimer Becky Guttstein Edward Hahn Helen Halcomb Alan Halpern Julie Halpern Thelma Harlan Lois Harris Mary and Ramon Harris Meryl Hattenbach Lori Herrick Roger Himmell Vivienne Himmell Karin Hirschkatz Clara Hochstein David Hochstein Lois Hoffman Fran Hoover James Hurst Margy Hurst Derek Inslight Alvarado Jean Isenberg Robert Jackson Helen Jacobson Marcia Jaffe Michael Jaffe Beverly Jenefsky Charles Jenefsky* Pat Jones Gertrude Kahn Kate Kahn** Robert Kahn Alvin Kallas Leonid Kaplun Gloria Karsch Vicki Kemmerer Barbara Kessler Naomi and Shmuel Klatzkin Janice Kohn

Goldye and Jerome Kopmar Miriamne Krummel Sondra and Paul Kulback Gilbert Kuperman Joyce Kuperman Candace Kwiatek Amy and Marshall Lachman Ellen Lauber Samuel Lauber Robert Lawner Naomi Lerner Barbara Levine Phyllis Levine Cheryl and Franklin Lewis Catherine Lieberman Wendy Lipp Patricia Lubeach Ronald Lubeach Henrietta Lubow Susan and Jerry Luloff Janice Maharam Madlyn Malahy Harriett and Harvey Mann Lynn Mantell Marilyn Marx Patricia Matthews Chery and John Mauer Ruth Meadow Marvin Miller Scott Miller Robin and Timothy Moore Mari Lou Moore Roberta and Frank Mugford Amy Munich Judy and Richard Mutzman Ronald Nelson Susan Nelson Myrna Nelson Edward Neuman Deborah Oppenheimer Ellin Oppenheimer Bonnie Orlins Wendy Rachlin and Roger Pankake Richard Pinsky Brian Polk Kathryn Polk Samuel Press Ilene Rachford Keren Ray Fran Roach Francine and Irwin Roberts Samuel Rosengarten Cherie Rosenstein Stuart Rosenstein Debra Saidel Lita Saul Sandra Saul Daniel Schild Lauren and Neal Schmidt Sandra Schoemann Steven Schoemann Harry Schrager Eugene Schuetze Selma Schwartz

Judtih Schwartzman Cindy Seaman Caryl Segalewitz Daniel Shaffer Barbara Shon David Shon Harry Silver Susan Silver Rochel and Levi Simon Mark Sirkin Darlene Smith Stacey and Robert Soifer Lois Solganik Albert Solkov Barbara Solkov Leonard Solkov Gail and Henry Stern Seth Swift Louise Tanis Joseph Tarsky Alisa Thomas Gerald Troy Audrey Tuck Sonna Tuck Cindy Turner Dorothy Urszuy Lawrence Wagenfeld Pat Wasserman* Reuben Wasserman Judith Weber Felix Weil Bryna Weiner Joseph Weinreich Jay Wenig Caryn Beth Willliams Kenneth Wilson Gary Wiviott Melvin Wiviott Sandra Zipperstein

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