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GREENSBORO JEWISH FEDERATION

2019/2020 IMPACT REPORT


THE POMEGRANATE The Jewish tradition states the following: the Torah has 613 mitzvot. Some are positive and some are negative, commandments to either perform or abstain from an act. The idea is that both action and restraint are equally essential to master and, once mastered, the expectation to be more moral, better educated and closer to G-d is closer to being achieved. The Jewish legend goes as follows: a pomegranate has 613 seeds. We say “May it be your will, G-d, that our merits increase as the seeds of a pomegranate” every new year on Rosh Hashanah. We pray that we acquire further knowledge, gain insightful wisdom, develop a humble righteousness, and be blessed with the fruitfulness of children and family in the year to come. A symbol of abundance, the pomegranate is hopeful, sweet and intriguing — so very much like our Greensboro community.


JEWISH MOMENTS

POWERED BY YOU Baking challah. Shaking a lulav and etrog. Havdallah at camp. Israel under attack. Planting a tree. Brit Milah. Mourner’s Kaddish. Reading Torah. Kvelling. Eating — always eating. If you ask someone what their most significant Jewish moments are, you’ll get an array of answers. They are moments that make you feel whole, at peace, and spiritually fulfilled, and they are moments when you’re not sure where to go or what to do next. They are moments that fill your heart with joy, and they are moments that tear your heart into pieces. They bring you hope. They bring you frustration. They bring you serenity. They bring you meaning. Moments like these are one with the human spirit. In 2020, you invested in these moments. Because of you, we moved toward a more righteous, better-served Jewish Greensboro and global Jewish family. Because of you, we rise.

WHAT’S INSIDE A YEAR OF JEWISH MOMENTS CAMPAIGN ACCOMPLISHMENTS

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AIDING WORLD JEWRY

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2020 ROLL OF HONOR BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND PROFESSIONAL STAFF

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RECEPTION FOR DONORS Jewish Foundation of Greensboro and Masood Vojdani of MV Financial hosted a cocktail reception for 65 attendees at the home of Foundation Chair, Freddy Robinson.

JFS FOOD PANTRY Volunteers showed up to help sort and shelve food at the Jewish Family Services Food Pantry. The program, which runs several times each year, is open to all ages from young children to seniors. The Food Pantry’s heart and soul was our Volunteer Coordinator, David Frazier, z”l. David oversaw the growth of the pantry from a small operation of 15 families to its height of 135 families. He enthusiastically engaged volunteers of all ages who found his love of the work infectious. Because of him, the experience of volunteering in the pantry opened many peoples’ eyes to the reality of hunger in Greensboro and how just a little effort can make a big difference. We remember David Frazier for his joy and passion, his kindness and generosity, and for his complete commitment to mitzvot, to tikkun olam, and to this community. May his memory always be a blessing.

JFS FOOD PANTRY OPERATED ON 511 VOLUNTEER HOURS TO COLLECT 18,336 POUNDS OF FOOD FOR MORE THAN 133 FAMILIES

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Several members of J•Triad came together for a Shabbaton in the mountains of North Carolina. A festive Shabbat dinner was followed by bonfires and s’mores while Saturday was spent hiking and exploring the town of Blowing Rock. The weekend concluded with a Sunday brunch.

AUGUST

2019

2019

JULY

J•TRIAD SHABBAT

WOMEN’S OPENING BRUNCH The Women’s Opening Brunch was a success with 122 women in attendance. The event, which was held at the O.Henry Hotel, featured author Sherry Z. Frank sharing stories from her book, A Passion to Serve: Memoirs of a Jewish Activist.


Recognizing that each Jew is responsible, one for another, we promote the welfare of the Jewish people in our community, in Israel and worldwide. That’s our mission — and we do it well year after year because of you.

BACK TO SCHOOL BASH & APPLEFEST

MISSION TO BERLIN

The Back to School bash was the perfect opportunity for children and their families to partake in crafts, games, and a sweet treat. Twenty-three families, including 47 children, were in attendance.

Thirty-five Jewish community members travelled to Berlin to explore historical sites, meet with German Jews, learn about the resurgence of Jewish life post World War II and how the Federation has played a role in shaping this community.

Families also celebrated a sweet new year at AppleFest! Children enjoyed bobbing for apples, apple and honey tasting, and Rosh Hashanah story time. Twenty-two families attended, including 37 children.

LEADING FORWARD FOR JEWISH GREENSBORO

LEADING FORWARD FOR JEWISH GREENSBORO

LEADING FORWARD FOR JEWISH GREENSBORO

IGNITE WORKING SESSION The Ignite Jewish Business and Professionals Forum participants met to identify methods designed to help increase engagement, attract talent to Greensboro and make our Jewish community stronger.

GFLI COHORT 2 LEADING FORWARD

Learn to Soar! The Greensboro Federation Leadership Institute got off to a great start as new connections formed between Cohort 1 and 2 as well as the successful completion of the first year of leadership classes.

FOR JEWISH GREENSBORO

2019

SEPTEMBER JUSTICE MARK DAVIS The Cardozo Society hosted Justice Mark Davis, who shared insights about his experience as the first Jewish member of the North Carolina Supreme Court. Justice Davis also spoke in depth about his book, A Warren Court of Our Own: The Exum Court and the Expansion of Individual Rights in North Carolina.

ROSH HASHANAH JFS EVENTS Volunteers assembled and delivered gift bags to seniors in our community before the annual Rosh Hashanah Senior Luncheon, a joint event funded by JFS, the Temple, and Beth David with additional support from Carolina Foundation of Jewish Seniors and a sponsorship by Well•Spring. With more than 100 participants, the event welcomed the New Year over great food and the sound of the shofar. 2019-2020 IMPACT POWERED BY YOU

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JEWISH FOUNDATION What Will Your Legacy Be? Create a Jewish Legacy is an endowment program designed to help you create permanent legacy gifts, demonstrating your belief in the continuity of Jewish life for generations to come. This holiday season, we remember the stories of our people.

Share your story… Create your legacy. Judith Abraham, z”l James and Ellen, z”l Adelman David and Judith Altman Anonymous 5 Fund Alan and Arlene Bardy Mike and Sylvia Berkelhammer Nat and Peggy Bernstein Arthur, z”l and Joanne Bluethenthal Steve and Fran Bombart Frank and Nancy Brenner Irene Cohen Harvey Colchamiro Tom and Rene Cone Kurt Lauenstein and Sherry Dickstein Rachel Darrow Jeri D’Lugin Gary and Ellen Fischer Dick, z”l and Barbara, z”l Forman David and Susan Gutterman Rabbi Fred and Nancy Guttman Dianne Hines George, z”l and Muriel Hoff Melvin, z”l and Charlotte, z”l Hurwitz Phyllis Jerome Leonard, z”l and Tobee, z”l Kaplan Randall Kaplan and Kathy Manning Gene and Gail LeBauer Sam and Joan LeBauer Joe LeBauer

Joslin LeBauer Mimi Levin Henry, z”l and Cathy Levinson Joel and Simone Liebling David and Wendy Massey Debby Miller Ron and Victoria Milstein David and Bunny Moff Susan Nehmen Jerry and Susan Pinsker Carol Rauch Freddy and Susan Robinson Harry, z”l and Joan Samet Lenny and Ellen Samet Norman and Sylvia Samet Paul and Sara Lee Saperstein Jerry and Linda Shapiro Phyllis Shavitz Bob and Joyce Shuman Janie Silvers Tom and Linda Sloan Alina Spaulding Ken and Patti Stiles Polly Strasser Sig and Ellen Tannenbaum Frank, z”l and Shelly Weiner Richard and Roz Weintraub Eugene, z”l and Barbara, z”l Weisberger Liz Winter-Cohen

MAJOR GIFTS DINNER

FINANCIAL PLANNING

Held at the GreenHill Center for North Carolina Art, 70 attendees were moved by the exhibition “What Remains of the Day – Memories of World War II” as well as remarks by artist Gesche Würfel. This exhibition was on oral histories of people who survived the Holocaust and World War II.

The Jewish Foundation of Greensboro hosted a financial planning seminar for families with young children at B’nai Shalom Day School. Moderated by Freddy Robinson, the event featured panelists Blaire Davidowitz McClanahan, Sam Cone and Leigh Anne Kasias.

Contact Susan Gutterman, JD Endowment Director, Jewish Foundation of Greensboro (336) 852-0099 or sgutterman@JewishFoundationNC.org

Jewish Foundation of Greensboro Board of D

Standing: Marilyn Chandler, Andy Aronson, Raffi Tom Sloan, Tom Cone, Freddy Robinson, Mark Hyman Steve Friedland, Howie Mezer, Sue Simmons, Keith Rabbi Yosef Plotkin Sitting: Richard Kurshan, Jerry Ron Milstein, Susan Gutterman, Joyce Shuman, Dicky

Financial Planning for Families with Young Ch

What Every Parent needs to K What kind of life insurance is right for me?

Wednesday, November 6 • 8 - 9:30 at B’nai Shalom Day School 804-A Winview Drive, Greensboro, NC Featuring:

Trusts, Health Care, and Power of Attorne

Blaire Davidowitz McClanahan, Law Offices of Cheryl

Life Insurance, College Planning, and Retirement Sam Cone, Pinsker Wealth Management

Special Needs Trusts, Wills and Guardianshi

Leigh Anne Kasias, Wyatt Early Harris Wheeler

Moderated by Freddy Robinson, Bernard Robinson and

“BIG” SHABBAT PICNIC

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Refreshments and Discussion • Open to the Commun

Thank you to our committee chairs Mindy Andrews and Bran

RSVP by November 1 to Maryann Kingsmill (336) 294-0846 or mkingsmill@jewishfoundationnc.o

Author Aviva Brown delighted children and parents with a reading of her book Ezra’s Big Shabbat Question. Twenty-one families participated in the community-wide event, which included Q & A from the author, Shabbat prayers and a picnic bagel dinner.

SHALOM GREENSBORO NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2019

2019

NOVEMBER

2019

OCTOBER

Am I enou reti

Will I be able to afford college for my Kids?

Nurturing the Next Generation The Rina Sky Wolfgang Memorial Scholarship

2 recipients

The Lawrence M. Cohen Scholarship

6 recipients

JELF Loans

16 applicants

The Jacke W. and Lottie K. Samet Israel Scholarship Fund

9 recipients

The Rosalyn Saltz and Norman Seymour Pliner Scholarship Fund

2 recipients

J•Triad 37 events, 456 attendees GFLI 10 leadership sessions, 2 networking events, 14 Fellows, 14 Mentors, 10 Alumni Mentors

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P2G LEADERSHIP2GETHER RETREAT Sending a full delegation, Greensboro participated in the P2G Leadership2Gether Retreat, a program that encourages young people to connect across geographical, cultural and religious denominational boundaries while developing leadership skills. Counterparts learn about their Jewish heritage and identity, as well as their responsibilities as Jews to both their local community and to global Jewry.


As Jews, we have an eagerness to learn, to teach, to grow. From interest-free loans to free books, we make it a priority to develop and coach the next generation of leaders in Greensboro.

CELEBRATING 80 YEARS Federation honored the Jewish community on Homecoming Weekend with exciting 80th anniversary celebratory events. CAMPAIGN KICKOFF Featuring a Greensboro Jewish Federation Town Hall discussion: The Federation – Past, Present and Future, the 2020 Campaign Kickoff at the Greensboro Historical Museum was a chance to be among the many generous, remarkable people who make up the fabric of our vibrant community. Moderated by Ellen Gefen, panelists Koby Ellick, Mark Bochkis, Tom Cone, Marilyn Forman Chandler and Susan Robinson gave their perspective on being part of the Greensboro community. SHABBAT DINNERS Over 100 local members enjoyed Shabbat dinners hosted in homes across Greensboro.

B’NAI SHALOM DAY SCHOOL WAS AWARDED $208,000 WHICH FUNDED 30% OF THE TUITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

$1,250 WAS ALLOCATED

TO NC HOLOCAUST EDUCATION

BBYO RECEIVED $2,500 TO SUPPORT LOCAL JEWISH TEENS

$38,750 WAS GIVEN TO

JEWS & BREWS

SUPPORT JEWISH STUDENTS THROUGH HILLEL

A festive evening at the Bearded Goat drew 115 attendees.

2019

DECEMBER CREATE A JEWISH LEGACY

The Jewish Foundation of Greensboro re-launched the Create a Jewish Legacy initiative by hosting two days of educational programming featuring Kathryn Miree, JD. The initiative featured three engaging opportunities for affiliates: A training session focused on How to Become an Expert on the Conversations for Endowments, a breakfast program entitled Trends in Giving Smart, and a luncheon program titled Women’s Financial Empowerment: Seven Habits of Highly Effective Women.

P2G EDUCATOR’S DELEGATION A full delegation of educators from Greensboro helped bring Israel to the American classroom by participating in a Partnership2gether reciprocal program designed to strengthen their mutual understanding of the education systems in Israel and the U.S.

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HAVDALAH FAMILY FUN NIGHT

PARTY WITH A PURPOSE The Women’s Philanthropy Collective hosted its annual Latke Vodka & Tzedakah event for women on a mission to make a difference. This year’s event raised more than $500 to directly support the Jewish Family Services van which provides rides for seniors to Shabbat services and medical appointments.

2020

JANUARY

YOU ANSWERED THE CALL Sixty-seven members gathered together at Federation to participate in the Super Sunday Telethon, raising $44,490 to help make a difference in our community.

FEBRUARY

2020

Eleven families enjoyed an evening of fun at Beth David Synagogue with Havdalah prayers followed by making pizza bagels. Rabbi BenGideon taught parents about the Blessing of the Children. Children made their own Havdalah sets, complete with Kiddush cup, spice sack, and braided candles. Parents were treated to a mixology lesson and make your own cocktails.

GREENSBORO CIVIL RIGHTS JOURNEY

LAUGHTER IS THE BEST MEDICINE Jewish Family Services hosted a Senior Sunday Brunch with more than 50 participants. The lox and bagel brunch featured an entertaining program by Leslie Sanders, a certified laughter leader. Leslie’s laughter workshops offer the opportunity for people to break through social barriers and have a good time together.

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Eighty diverse participants, including the Mayor of Greensboro and other city council members, joined together for a Civil Rights mission across the South. With the goal of exploring the past and present while building community relationships, participants met with Reverends who worked with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and came to understand the role of different faith communities as well as Jewish involvement in the Civil Rights Movement.


A key ingredient in the Jewish recipe, Tzedek, Tzedek Tirdof, mandates that we pursue justice, promote righteousness, and live our lives with integrity, morality and honesty.

TRIAD JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL

PJ LIBRARY HOSTED 14 EVENTS ENGAGING 180 FAMILIES INCLUDING 305 CHILDREN

The 2020 Triad Jewish Film Festival was a success with a total attendance of 1,111 patrons. This year’s festival was made possible by both in-kind and monetary donations from 19 corporate sponsors, along with the generous support of the Friends of the Festival and Reel Deal pass holders. The partnership with Well•Spring helped the festival achieve its mission of bringing national and internationally acclaimed films to the greater Greensboro community. The theatre’s increased seating capacity and accessibility features enabled the festival to expand the number of tickets sold, and ensured everyone was comfortable and able to enjoy the films.

THE 2020 TJFF BROUGHT 6 MOVIES TO 1,111 ATTENDEES AND COLLECTED MORE THAN

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

THE TRIAD JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FOLLOWING:

EXPERIENCE THE TRIAD JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL AS NEVER BEFORE IN THE NEW, LUXURIOUS, ULTRAMODERN THEATRE AT WELL•SPRING

SHOWTIMES:

THURSDAY

FEBRUARY 27, 7:30 P.M.

IT MUST SCHWING!

THE BLUE NOTE STORY

SPONSORED BY ANDREW BOWEN PHOTOGRAPHY

RECEPTION FROM 67 PM

FOR THE FIRST 70 FRIENDS OF THE FESTIVAL AND REEL DEAL TICKET HOLDERS ONLY

A moving story of two friends, united by a passionate love for jazz, and of their profound belief in equality and freedom for every single human being.

SATURDAY

FEBRUARY 29, 7:30 P.M.

FIDDLER: A MIRACLE OF MIRACLES

A richly detailed documentary of the origins and evolution of the 1964 musical classic, and the universal themes that have earned it an enduring place in the pop-culture firmament.

SUNDAY

THURSDAY

SATURDAY

MARCH 1, 4:30 P.M.

MARCH 5, 7:30 P.M.

FAMILY FRIENDLY FILM APPROPRIATE FOR AGES 8 AND UP AN OFFICIAL 2019 SELECTION OF THE SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL “Possibly this Sundance’s most charming film” – Kate Erbland

FILM DISCUSSION TO FOLLOW “A gently evocative movie, with its glimpses of a strict and self-contained culture, and its memories of a time gone by.” – The New York Times

“Stranger Things” star Noah Schnapp grapples with his cultural identity in a film about bringing together those you love through the power of food.

Based on Chaim Potok’s acclaimed novel about fathers and sons, tradition and modernity, faith and doubt set in 1940s Brooklyn.

ABE

ALL FILMS WILL BE SHOWN AT THE WELL SPRING THEATRE 41OO WELL SPRING DRIVE, GREENSBORO

THE CHOSEN

MARCH 7, 7:30 P.M.

THE KEEPER

The Keeper tells the incredible true story of Bert Trautmann, a German soldier and prisoner of war who, against a backdrop of British post-war protest and prejudice, secures the position of Goalkeeper at Manchester City, and in doing so becomes a footballing icon.

SUNDAY

MARCH 8, 4:30 P.M.

GOLDA’S BALCONY,

THE FILM

INCLUDES A SPECIAL APPEARANCE BY FILM PRODUCER DAVE FISHELSON

The rise of Golda Meir from Russian schoolgirl to Prime Minister of Israel has been transformed into a cinematic event of overwhelming power and inspirational triumph.

TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT MYTJFF.COM

$12,200

THA

IN SPONSORSHIPS SPECIAL THANKS TO THE 2020 TJFF COMMITTEE MEMBERS WHO HAVE WORKED TO BRING THIS FESTIVAL TO LIFE.

2020

MARCH A STEP AHEAD OF COVID-19

LEADING THE WAY

New measures were put in place in response to the uncertainty of COVID-19. The entire organization — Federation, Foundation and Jewish Family Services pivoted in a moment to take care of our community. The team acted immediately to keep the staff safe, and put procedures in place to provide care for the most vulnerable in our community.

The COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund was created to help ease the financial burden of the Jewish community in Guilford County as a result of the pandemic by providing housing assistance, food and mental health services.

STAYING CONNECTED In an effort to combat social isolation, Virtual Visions was launched to keep our community informed of interactive virtual events organized by the Federation and Greensboro Jewish affiliates.

Stay connected to YOUR Greensboro Jewish community through virtual events

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WE ARE HERE FOR YOU A message from the Greensboro Jewish Federation was shared to help raise awareness of the COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund and ensure the community is prepared for life after the crisis.

ANSHEI GREENSBORO Anshei Greensboro launched during a time of isolation and uncertainty as a way to connect the community with one another. Featured on social media outlets, an inspiring, thoughtful, philanthropic, and passionate Federation allstar was interviewed and highlighted as a send off before Shabbat.

A HELPING HAND The Jewish Foundation of Greensboro distributed nearly $140,000 to COVID-19 Emergency Relief efforts from Donor Advised Funds, with more than $66,000 to the Federation and nearly $74,000 to other COVID-19 relief efforts.

LAG BA’OMER FAMILY FIELD DAY

Partnership2Gether and GJF hosted an interactive Passover Seder and concert, featuring the musical duo Yonina (Yoni and Nina), from the Hadera-Eiron region of Israel.

PJ Library Greensboro hosted a family event that was active and interactive. Zoom relay races and obstacles were followed by tasty campfire s’mores.

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APRIL

MAY

2020

P2G INTERACTIVE SEDER

EMOTIONAL BALANCE Betsy Gamburg hosted an interactive Lunch & Learn workshop over Zoom to talk about “Keeping Our Emotional Balance” in these challenging days.

CONVERSATION WITH DEBORAH FELDMAN REACHING OUT More than 100 gift bags, including boxes of matzoh, were delivered to older adults in the community and in senior living facilities. A Passover guide with questions to reflect upon as well as videos to enjoy were also distributed.

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Deborah Feldman, author of the New York Times Bestseller Unorthodox: The Scandalous Rejection of My Hasidic Roots, discussed her harrowing and, ultimately, inspiring journey to more than 200 members of the Greensboro Jewish community. Feldman’s memoir of living in, and escaping from, an oppressively strict community was the inspiration for the hit Netflix miniseries Unorthodox.


The year started off as any other, but we quickly found ourselves entrenched in a global dilemma that would change the course of history. You led the way, ensuring our community didn’t miss a beat as we transitioned to a virtual experience.

80 VOLUNTEERS AND STAFF

ANNUAL MEETING 2020 History was made when, due to COVID-19 concerns, the first virtual Annual Membership Meeting was held via Zoom. Nearly 100 community members attended online to hear from presenters that included outgoing President Sue Simmons, Executive Director Marilyn Forman Chandler and newly installed President Tom Cone. Sincere appreciation was given to the Board of Trustees, Executive Committee, JFG and JFS boards, campaign and program committees, and professional staff members who strive to sustain a flourishing Jewish community even in the hardest of times.

FOR OUR FRONTLINE HEROES JFS launched “Team Thank You!”, an at-home family Mitzvah project. Community members created words of gratitude and drawings that were delivered to local first responders in a contactless way.

REACHED OUT TO MORE THAN 500 OLDER ADULTS

150 COMMUNITY MEMBERS

DONATED NEARLY

$139,000

TO THE COVID-19 EMERGENCY RESPONSE FUND

WRITE YOUR STORY Chai Notes Program Specialist Katy Claussen led four interactive Zoom sessions designed help participants write their own unique legacy letters.

2020

JUNE 27 VIRTUAL EVENTS HAVE

BEEN HOSTED ONLINE WITH OVER 840 PARTICIPANTS

$3,000 WAS DONATED TO HELP SUSTAIN 3 JEWISH

SUMMER CAMP STAND-IN: J-BORO “UN”CAMP J-Boro “Un”Camp offered appealing programming and fun family DIY projects for four weeks this summer, giving children the opportunity to interact with other Jewish children from across the Greensboro community. Featuring fun and creative activities for all rising first through eighth graders, kids enjoyed online guided programming led by experienced instructors with a new theme every week.

OVERNIGHT CAMPS

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2020 produced vibrant events that made us think, laugh and celebrate Campaign Preview

37 attendees

Major Gifts Event 70 attendees, 14 pledges for $112,150 Two Telethon Events 114 volunteers, 120 pledges for $77,270 Cardozo Society Event Cardozo Builders Society

44 attendees 23 pledges for $177,451

Ignite Event Maimonides Builders Society

68 attendees 40 pledges for $152,688

Two Women’s Philanthropy Events

185 attendees

Undesignated matching funds and contributions directly support annual Campaign allocations for local, national, and international organizations and community activities.

2020 CAMPAIGN General Campaign

AMOUNT % TOTAL $887,800 56%

Women’s Campaign

$636,752 $636,752

41%

Designated Funds

$48,404 $48,404

3%

Thanks to generous local donors and The Leon Levine Foundation, $100,000 in increased gifts were matched. Contributors chose to d  esignate both the increase and match back to the 2020 campaign, or to one of these funds:

FUND AMOUNT % TOTAL GJF Unrestricted Endowment Fund $6,000 <1%

Fighting the New Anti-Semitism

32 participants

Latke, Vodka & Tzedakah

63 participants

Tobee W. And Leonard J. Kaplan JFS Client Assistance Fund

$30,716

2%

Conversation with Deborah Feldman

200+ attendees

GJF Global Emergency Fund

$6,388

<1%

Other Designations

$5,300

<1%

Lion/LOJE Event

26 attendees

Leadership Breakfast

34 attendees

AIDED WORLD JEWRY $10,000 was allocated to religious pluralism in Israel, $133,000 to the Joint Distribution Committee, $120,000 to the Jewish Agency for Israel as well as $3,500 in other overseas allocations. These partnerships helped subsidize:

• $146 million spent on care for 80,000+

In North America:

• 8,100 teens and young adults participated

impoverished elderly Jews in the FSU, including almost 40,000 Holocaust survivors

• 12,700 clients served at one-stop Employment Centers for Arab-Israelis

COVID-19 Response:

• Provided 11,000 people in Ethiopia with hygiene kits • Sent food packages and essential supplies to families in Morocco to get through lockdown and isolation

• Expanded

programs for workforce reintegration and vocational training for the nearly 400,000 individuals out of work in Israel due to employment and economic crisis

in Israel experiences

• 1 ,750 Shlichim (Israeli emissaries) connected global Jewish communities to Israel

• 385 Partnership2Gether (P2G) communities and 5,250 children in 210 P2G Twinned Schools • 3,545 olim (immigrants) made Israel their home

In Israel:

• $2.65M funded Religious Streams educational programs, benefitting 870,000 participants

• $1.1M granted from the Fund for Victims of Terror

Source: JAFI 2019 Annual Performance Report

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In a year of so much uncertainty, we not only met, but surpassed our goal in total Financial Resource Development. You answered the call. You rose to the occasion. You ensured our survival.

CAMPAIGN KICKOFF MAIN EVENT DREW 193 ATTENDEES 30 PLEDGES AND $53,114

5 COMMUNITY MEMBERS IN GREENSBORO HOSTED SHABBAT DI NNERS FOR 102 GUESTS CAMPAIGN KICKOFF OF JEWS & BREWS SAW 115 ATTENDEES

2020 Campaign: $1,572,956 COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fundraising: $138,786 FRD Total:

$1,711,742

JEWISH FOUNDATION OF GREENSBORO

JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES

• Total Contributions (since inception) - $118,037,184 • Total Distributions (since inception) - $82,797,081

Volunteers

365 volunteers; 1,152 volunteer hours

Van Service

1,959 rides; 41 passengers

Fiscal Year to date 06/30/20:

Chai Notes

5 facilities; 51 home/facility visits; 8 programs

Total Assets Create a Jewish Legacy

$76M 187 legacies

Congregational Nurse

131 clients served; 58 visits; 893 client contacts; 2 programs

Distributions

$3,621,108

Social Work program 30 case management clients 6 therapy clients (no social worker October-March)

Contributions

$2,659,217

Camp scholarships

Total Funds Lion of Judah Endowments

287 25

18 recipients; average grant $1,328

Senior Programs Rosh Hashanah luncheon: 149 attendees Senior Brunch: 50 attendees 3 holiday gift bag programs; 285 gift bags delivered

The Rina Sky Wolfgang Memorial Scholarship

2 recipients

14 Children and Family Programs

The Lawrence M. Cohen Scholarship

6 recipients

Information and Referral Service

267 participants 3 special needs programs 792 calls

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•• Debbi Aberman •• Elaine Abrams • Daniel and Susan Acker •• Victor Ackermann • Rose Ackermann Marion Adams • Jimmie Agnew •• Michael Altheimer • Judith Altman • David Altman • Mindy Andrews and Bryan Andrews • Caren Appel and •• Larry Appel Elizabeth Applebaum Matt Applebaum • Meredith Arkin •• Roy Arkin Alexander and Erica Aronson • Alan Ashkinazy • Jody Attias • Lori Attias Buffie and Nadav Avital Elizabeth Bader • Linda Baggish •• Arlene Bardy and • Alan Bardy • Laurie Bargebuhr and • Gary Bargebuhr •• Barbara Barrett ••• Debbie Barry and •• Paul Barry Gene Baruch Marlene Baruch Joseph Basile • Karen Levin Bauersfeld • Scott Bayer Julie Bean and Darryl Deitsch • Paula Becker and Howard Becker • Neil Belenky • Igal Ben-Gal Rebecca and Joshua Ben-Gideon • Howard Benson • Scott Benson • Merrily Benson

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• Paul Benson • Marcia Berger and • Alan Berger

Marty Bergman June Bergstein Leslie and Steven Berke ••• Mary Berkelhammer •••• Sylvia Berkelhammer ••• Michael Berkelhammer • Ellen Berlin • Gail Bernstein • Peggy Bernstein and • Nat Bernstein Clara Jean Berry • Judith Bleiberg Cindy Block B’nai Shalom Day School • Faina Bochkis • Mikhail Bochkis Mark Bochkis and Alyssa Samet •••• Fran Bombart •• Steve Bombart Stephanie Bourland • Andrea Bowen and Andrew Bowen Alan and Barbara Boyette • Joseph Brantley ••• Frank Brenner ••• Nancy Brenner • Beverly Brenowitz • Zelda Breslow • George Breslow • Jennifer Bressler Gail and Charles Bretan Mindy Brewer • Karen Brod and • Andrew Brod • Rhonda Broder-Dunlevy Hank Brodt, z”l Marlene Brown Richard Brown Joshua and Jaime Brown • Larry Camras Ivan Canada Lina Carvajal

GREENSBORO JEWISH FEDERATION

Carrie Casello •• Joann Cassell ••• William Cassell • Ingrid Cassuto Jordan Cathcart Samara Cathcart Daniella Cathcart Jason and Vicki Cathcart Rebecca Chabrow Dori Chandler and Scott Fox Shira Chandler Hallie Chandler and Daniel Sternberg • Robert Chandler • Marilyn Cherry • Kenneth Cherry •• Glenn Chrystal •• Amy Chrystal Geoffrey and Katy Claussen Eileen Claussen Selma Clein Elaine Cohen • Allan Cohen Kathleen Cohen Philip Cohen • Donna Cohen • Rachel Cohen • Irving Cohen •• Liz Cohen •• Irene Cohen • Sally Cohen and • John Cohen • Harvey Colchamiro • Sam Cone • Bradford Cone • Sally Cone ••• Tom Cone ••• Rene Cone • Barbara Cone •• Benjamin Cone, Jr. Scott and Julie Ann Cooper • Sylvia Curtis • Keith Cushman • Ivan Cutler • Wendee Cutler Lawrence Czarda

Kevin Daniels and Valerie Amsterdam Daniels Estate of Stephen Dashoff ••• Cheryl David • Leon Davidowitz • Jackie Davidowitz • Mark Davidowitz Marlene Davis Jason and Kara Davis Jennifer Delman •• Joanna Delman •• David Delman • Laura Denhardt • Sarah Detrano ••• Sherry Dickstein ••• Jeri D’Lugin • Doug Dodd • Brenda Dodd • Arlene Dolin Abby and Jim Donnelly • Karen Dresser Anne Dumont Carly and Jeff Dunno Jodi Dvoskin • Lee Eisen Amy Epstein Jeanne and Jason Epstein • Yvonne Evans • David Evans • Robert Falkowitz Jonathan Falkowitz • Diane Falkowitz Mankie Fedler Eva Feibelman Turner and Jamie Kolb David Feinstein Abby Feinstein •• Marilyn Feuchs-Marker • Marc Fields • Janis Fields • Andrew Fields •• Ellen Fischer •••• Gary Fischer Terri Flam-Goldberg Samaralee Flatt-Bryant and


The Greensboro Jewish Federation extends its deepest gratitude to the generous donors to the 2020 campaign.

Darrell Bryant • Linda Fleishman • Pnina Fogel Phyllis Forman • Rhyan Forman ••• Marilyn Forman Chandler • Betsy Fox •• Richard Fox • Jane Foy David Frazier, z”l and Larry Arnold • Donald Freedman • Paul Fribush Steven Friedland and Jennifer Sadock • Jeffrey and Laura Friedman •• Martin Friedman Betsy Gamburg Ashley Garcia Jerry Gedaly • Ellen Gefen-Caudill • Ellen Gerber • Elaine Germain Amy Gers • Marion Gilligan • Alan Ginsburg • Robin Gitlin Joan Glazer • Jon Glazman •• Marsha Glazman • Wilma Glick • David and Melody Glick Robert Goldberg • Pamela Goldberg • Brian Goldberg • Laurence Goldberg • Ellen Goldenberg Allan Goldfarb Barry Goldman • Sandra Goldman • Erwin Goldman Diane Goldstein Martha Golensky • Lance Gordon • David Gordon

• Sara Gordon Toby Gordon

Ann Gottman • Susan Gottsegen •• Daniel Gottsegen Jason Gould • Joan Gould •• Sigmund Gould Joshua Gould •• Karen Gould • Ronnie Grabon Gary Grandon Emily and Brandon Gray • Sidney and Ricki Gray Ellen Green • Ronald Green •• Susan Green • Cheryl Greenberg Eleanor Greenberg Sheldon Greenberg • Sandra Greene •• Kenneth Greene Eryn Greenstein Steve Greenstein •• Ned Gross • Hope Gruber •• Susan Gutterman ••• Nancy Gutterman • Fred Guttman Phyllis Haber Gladys Haber • Pamela Haber ••• Michele Haber Melvin Hairston • Judith Cushman Hammer and •• Stanley Hammer Amit and Stacy Hampel Ron and Janet Hampton Corie Hampton • Risa Hanau Zev and Bernice Harel Ellen Haskell and John Gibbs Laura and Ari Hausman • Eliezer Havivi

• Lori Heimann

Gerald Heiser • Lillian Helpern • Don and Arlene Henza Caryn and Jim Herman Erica Herman Leslie Hermelin • Marcia Hermelin •• Dianne Hines • Bruce Hirschhaut • Cindi Hoff •• Muriel Hoff Michelle Hoffman Sara Lynch Hoffman •• Nancy Hoffmann • Marcia Horowitz Perri Hoyt • Judith Hyman •• Janice Hyman •• Stephen Hyman •• Mark Hyman •• Anita Hyman •• Marc Isaacson • Sara Jacobs Loretta Jacobson • Dori and Paul Jalazo Gail Joseph • Paula Justice Ann Kabel Miriam Kaftal • Chagit Kahn Fern Kahn •• Benjamin Kahn Karen Kahn Brian Kaiser Jenny Kaiser • Joey Kaiser Leo Kaiser Courtney Kamlet Amy Kane • Jack Kaplan • Leonard Kaplan • Eva Kaplan David M. and Kym Kaplan

• Carole and Malcolm Kaplan • Michael Kaplan •• Richard Kaplan •• David Kaplan •• Scott Kaplan ••••• Kathy Manning and •••• Randall Kaplan •• Leonard J. Kaplan, z”l ••• Tobee W. Kaplan, z”l Ginger Karb and • Kenneth Karb

Annie Karner Jeanette Katz Lorraine and Stuart Katz Paula Katz Harvey Katz •• Jeff Katz • Neil Kaye • Sandra L. Kaye • Genya Kazakov Leonid Kazakov Cheryl Kersky and • StuartKersky Afrique Kilimanjaro • Vicki Kilimanjaro • Mila Kilimnik Maryann Kingsmill • Deborah Kintzing and Marc Samet Rima and Adam Kleiner Olivia Kniseley Samuel Kniseley Jodi Kolada Andy and Michal Koren • Catherine and Stuart Kouchel Dena Kovach Merry Beth Kowalczyk Sarah Kraft • Brad Krantz • Rodney Kranz • Emily Kranz • Whitney Kraus •• Eric Kraus •• Kathy Kraus Joan Krieger • Melvin Kriegsman 2019-2020 IMPACT POWERED BY YOU

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• David Kriegsman • Jane Kriegsman

Aleksandr Krokhmal Viktoriya Krokhmal • Mindy Kutchei • Joshua Landau Lisa Lasovsky Galina Lasunova • Carol Lavack ••• Eugene LeBauer ••• Joseph LeBauer ••• Samuel LeBauer •• Joan LeBauer •••• Gail LeBauer •• Joslin LeBauer • Maina Lebed • Robin Lecin Merrianne Leff • Leon Levine Foundation Lerner Family Foundation Simara and Tomas Levi • Ellen Levin • Carol Levin •• Seymour Levin ••• Mimi Levin • Jack Levin, z”l David Levine Beverly and Douglas Levine ••• Cathy Levinson • Peter and Pat Levitin Matthew and Alison Levy • Stephen Levy • Jane Levy • Michele Gordon Levy • Pat Levy, III • Irwin Lewis • Sheryl Lieb • Paul Lieb •• Joel and Simone Liebling • Judy Linden • Mechelle Lindenberg • Gary Lindenberg Amanda Loflin Andrew London • Leonid Loshinsky Ryan Luft Dani Luft Michelle Lunney • Edward Lurey •• Susan Lutins •• Neil Lutins •• Lynn MacDonald ••• Leslie Mackler and •• Stephen Mackler • Sarah Malino

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GREENSBORO JEWISH FEDERATION

Bea Mandel David Mandel • Bobbie Mann and • Bernard Mann Beth Mannella Natalie Mapou • Lewis Margolis • Rosalyn Marhatta • David Marker • Elaine and Benjamin Marks • Edgar Marks • Kelly Marks • Michael Marshall • David Massey • Wendy Massey • Jill and John Masters Andrew Mbuvi Amanda Mbuvi Blaire and George McClanahan Jean McGlone Lucas McKeon •• Jeff Medoff Paul Mengert • Stanley Meyer ••• Lois Mezer •• Howard Mezer Edna Mhashilkar • Sharman Michaelson Yitzhak Miller • Kenneth Miller •• Joseph Miller •• Debby Miller Scott Milman Marissa Milstein Victoria Milstein ••• Ronald Milstein Mendy and Rivka Minkowitz • David Moff • Bunny Moff Beth Monosoff Lisa Montalvo Sharon Moran Marcy and Ed Morris Jason Mostofsky • Marion Mostofsky and • Stephen Mostofsky Cynthia Murinson Donald Murinson •• Joan Muss Emma Myatt Barbara Myers • Samuel Neerman Sarah Neff ••• Susan Nehmen •• Joe Nehmen • Marvin Neiditz

Barbara Neitlich • Ellen Nelson • Frank Nelson Lisa Newsome • Jane Nichols • Michael Nichols Julie Nisenson Robert Nudelman •• Emily Nudelman Barbara and Matt Osborne Lee Pake Wendy Pake • Caroline Panzer • Phil Papier • Stacey Papier • Fred Pearlman • Kelly Pearlman • Empy Perez Michele and Brian Perrell • Judy Peters • William and Midge Pines •• Susan Pinsker and ••• Jerrold Pinsker Yosef and Hindy Plotkin • Susan Polinsky Karen Pollack • Laura Pollak and Jeff Petrinitz •• Eleanor Procton • Erica Procton Dana and Jim Publicover •• Donald Pulitzer •• Donna Pulitzer Caren Rabinowitz • Robert Rachlin Annette Rachlin • TZiPi Radonsky Scott and Terri Rafkin Lowell Rauch Carol Rauch Ruth Ray Madeline Reed •• Laurie Regal ••• Norman Regal Stan and Jillian Reich Cynthia and Sam Reichelson Amy Renshaw Kurt Reutter • Joyce Richman • Rosalyn Robbins and William Robbins • Susan Robinson • Freddy Robinson • Gloria Robinson, z”l Barry Romberg Dana Rosen

•• Richard Rosen • Erin Rosen •• Keith Rosen

Jeanette Rosenbaum • Mark Rosenbaum • Jane Rosen-Grandon • Sheree Rosenkrantz David Rosenstein Rachel Rosenthal • Ila Rosenthal Nathalie Ross • Susan Ross • Ellen Ross •• Allan Ross •• Kendra Ross and Brian Ross Judi Rossabi Rachel Rossabi • Keren Rotberg • Kenneth Rotenstreich Betty Roth Kara and Michael Rothberg George and Edna Rubenstein Alan Rubin • Anita Rubin Andrea Rubin and •• David Rubin • Barbara Ruby • Marian Ruderman • Marnie Ruskin •• Jerome Ruskin John Russo Taira Saksonskaya • Walter Salinger Jerry Samet • Leonard Samet •• Ellen Samet •• Emilie Samet • Arthur Samet •• Joan Samet •• Norman Samet ••• Sylvia Samet •• Paul Saperstein •• Sara Lee Saperstein • Beatrice Schall Steven Scheck Barbara Scheck •• LeslieSchlanger and • Dianne Schlanger • Stuart Schleien • Dana Schleien Jamie Schleuning •• Deborah Schoenhoff and Jerry Plovsky Tammy Schriever-Rankin Jenny Schultz and Jennifer Badik


• Jane Schwartz • Jim Schwartz

• Beth Socol

Noam Soker Shay and Michal Soker Louis Schwartz Todd Schwarz • Simon Solomon Karen Sclare • Mitchel Sommers • Jennie Spallone Shelley Segal and ••• •• Jeffrey Segal Sabine Spaulding •• Corky Segal-Waxman •• Alina Spaulding • Randi Semon Mark Spielman • Brad Semon Karen Spira and Jason Pikler Jeff and Ruth Shapiro • Anna and Joseph Starobin Lee Shapiro Robert and JoAnn Steele Jeff and Chrissy Stein •••• Linda Shapiro and • Jerry Shapiro • Marian Stein • Marc Shavitz • John Stein • Robbie Shavitz •• Daniel Stein •• Joy Shavitz • Kathryn C. Stern and ••• Phyllis Shavitz •• Joseph Stern •• Stephen Shavitz •• Kay Stern • Stanley Shavitz, z”l •• William Stern Foundation Richard Sheft • Robert Stevens Vivian Sheidler •• • Susan Stevens Desmond Sheridan Ken and Patti Stiles • Louise Stolaroff Nissim Shimoni Beth and Mike Shor • Jennifer Strasser and • Aaron Strasser •• Robert Shuman • Richard Strasser ••• Joyce Shuman • Elizabeth Strasser and Susan and Fred Siegel • Joseph Strasser Ben Sigal Polly Strasser •• •• Debi Silber Susan Strumwasser Philip Silver Sylvia Swayze Janie Silvers Danielle and Nathan Swick • Howard Silverstein • Elyse Tafeen • Linda Silverstein •• Stuart Tafeen Gary Silverstein • Peggy Tager Raffi Simel ••• Doris Tanger, z”l • Gary Simmons • Jeanne Tannenbaum •• Susan Simmons ••• Ellen Tannenbaum Jeffery and Tracy Simon •• Sigmund Tannenbaum Sherri Simon Abe Tawil • Gary Simon • Barbara Teichman Leonard and Carol Simons • Stuart Teichman Leslie and Brandon Singerman • Amy Thompson Kevin Thurm • Robin Skirboll • Robert Skirboll, z”l •• Tammi Thurm Dassi and Alan Sklan • Pamela Tillman Matthew and Michele Slaine • Doug Torn Larry and Joyce Slakter Alex Torres •• Linda Sloan • Marshall Tuck •• Thomas Sloan • Leslye Tuck Amy Sloane-Pinel Lon Tytell Beverly Smith Louise Van Schaack Christina Van Wagenen • Dana Smith Alan Smolowe • Scott VanDerLinden Alan Socol • • Jo and Barbara VanDerLinden

Igor and Ekaterina Vapne Stan and Natalie Varlamov Ginny Vellani and George Sullivan Beth Vestri Jose Villalba Rachel Villalba Herbert Wainer Peggy Wainer

• Kim Wainer and •• Robert Wainer • Richard Wald • Ginger Wald

Anne Waranch Terry Waranch

• Stuart Wassell • Frederic Waxman • Jerry Wearb • Linda Wearb •• Robert Wein ••• Shelly Weiner • Frank Weiner, z”l • Lewis Weinstock ••• Richard Weintraub ••• Roz Weintraub

Joan Weiss and Anschel Weiss Jean Weissburg Martin Weissburg Sonia Weissman

• James Weissman

Lotte Wertheim Bonni Wetzler

• Gregg and Robin Wiener • Adele and Robert Weinstein ••• Jill Wilson Gregg Wisniewski

Endowment Funds Perpetual Annual Campaign Endowment (PACE) and Lion of Judah Endowment (LOJE) funds are permanent funds dedicated to endowing the Greensboro Jewish Federation Annual Campaign gift. PACE and LOJE funds serve as a lasting legacy that will continue to make an annual donation to the campaign in perpetuity on your behalf.

• Denotes PACE • Denotes LOJE • Ben-Gurion Society

Donors who make a household gift of $10,000 or more to the Annual Campaign.

Lion of Judah Lions of Judah play a vital role in aiding the vulnerable, building Jewish identity and supporting social justice. Each woman makes an annual campaign donation of minimum $5,000. Lion $5,000 - $9,999 Ruby Lion $10,000 - $17,999 Sapphire Lion $18,000 - $24,999 Emerald Lion $25,000 - $49,999 Zahav Lion $50,000 - $74,999 PMC (Prime Minister's Council) $100,000 +

• Star of David

LOJE contributors of at least $200,000 are recognized in The Jewish Federations of North America’s Star of David Society.

• Pomegranate Society

All women who commit an individual donation of $1,500 - $4,999 to the Annual Campaign are part of the Pomegranate Society.

• Maimonides Builder's Society Healthcare professionals who have made a campaign contribution of $1,000 or greater to the 2020 Annual Campaign.

Jessica Wisniewski

• Cardozo Builder's Society

Rachel and Dan Wolf

• Golden Givers Society

• Kevin Witriol • Alan Wolf • Doreen Wolf

Wendy Wood Steven and Frandee Woolf

• Nachum Yardenay

• Ela Yevrukhina

Ron Yardenay

Stacey Youngdale Illein Youngman, z”l

• Philip Zaleon • Myrna Zimmerman • Andrew Zimmerman

• Benjamin C. Zuraw

Roberta Zinan

Legal professionals who have made a campaign contribution of $1,000 or greater to the 2020 Annual Campaign. Donors recognized for giving to the Annual Campaign for at least 18 years are in our newly established Golden Givers Society.

• Additional Donors and

Matching Funds Contributors

Organizations and donors who went above and beyond in their Annual Campaign gift and donated additional funds to be used for the matching incentive. We apologize if we have missed anyone’s contribution. Please contact Greensboro Jewish Federation and we will correct our files; the update will be reflected in the digital report.

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The Greensboro Jewish Federation is run by a team of professionals and community volunteers whose main goal is the engagement and preservation of our Jewish Community. Our professionals and volunteer leaders bring a wealth of experience and expertise, reflecting the engaged, vibrant, and flourishing Greensboro Jewish community. Recognizing that each Jew is responsible, one for another, the Greensboro Jewish Federation promotes the welfare of the Jewish people in our community, in Israel and worldwide.

Greensboro Jewish Federation Marilyn Forman Chandler Executive Director Emily Gray Director of Donor Engagement and Campaign Operations Laura Berke Hausman Director of Donor Relations and Strategic Impact Michele Perrell Director of Finance and Human Resources Carly Hertz Dunno Outreach and Engagement Manager Sharon Bailey Accounting and Data Manager Dena Kovach Marketing and Design Manager Dianne Hines Mission, Campaign and Program Associate Empy Perez Accounting Assistant Annie Karner Office Administrator

Jewish Family Services Betsy Gamburg Amanda Loflin Marlene Baruch Janet Kanode Katy Claussen Jenny Schultz Marcia Hermelin Kevin Thurm, Johanna Bingham, Robert Hodgin and Ernie McKenney

Director Volunteer Coordinator Congregational Nurse Clinical Social Worker Chai Notes Coordinator Program Specialist Administrative Assistant Van Drivers

Jewish Foundation of Greensboro Susan Gutterman, Frandee Woolf Maryann Kingsmill Cynthia Ingram Empy Perez Shira Snyder

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GREENSBORO JEWISH FEDERATION

Endowment Director Assistant Endowment Director Donor Relations Manager Finance Manager Financial Assistant Foundation Intern

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2019 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2020

Executive Committee Sue Simmons President Tom Cone President Elect Andrew Brod Vice President John Cohen Vice President Jenny Kaiser Vice President Erin Rosen Vice President Arthur Samet Secretary David Rosenstein Treasurer Marc Isaacson Immediate Past President Dana Schleien Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Philanthropy Collective President Raffi Simel Campaign Co-Chair Jessica Wisniewski Campaign Co-Chair Rachel Villalba Jewish Family Services Chair Freddy Robinson Jewish Foundation of Greensboro Chair Marilyn Forman Chandler Executive Director

Trustees Caren Appel Gary Bargebuhr Rabbi Joshua Ben-Gideon Michael Berkelhammer Peggy Bernstein Andrew Bowen Lori Brody Steve Friedland Jon Glazman Rabbi Fred Guttman Corie Hampton Arlene Henza Perri Hoyt Scott Kaplan Rabbi Andy Koren Emily Kranz Joel Liebling Kathy Manning Debby Miller

Marissa Milstein Ron Milstein Victoria Milstein David Moff Mike Nichols Rabbi Yosef Plotkin Erica Procton Susan Robinson Keith Rosen Brian Ross Sara Lee Saperstein Steve Shavitz Vivian Sheidler Fred Siegel Tom Sloan Aaron Strasser Amy Thompson Tammi Thurm Ron Yardenay


WHO WE ARE TOMORROW

IS DETERMINED BY

HOW WE USE OUR MOMENTS

TODAY.


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