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J EWISH FEDERAT IO N OF S OU T H PAL M BEAC H C OU N T Y ANNUAL REPORT & HONOR ROLL | 2008 The Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County 9901 Donna Klein Boulevard Boca Raton, Florida 33428-1788 561.852.3100 • www.jewishboca.org


Our Mission As the central address of the local Jewish community, the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County works with a wide range of agency partners to: Sustain Our Local Community – by providing vital social and humanitarian services to the poor, the elderly, and individuals with special needs. Create a Jewish Future – by supporting opportunities for Jews of all ages to explore their heritage, instilling a love for Israel and ensuring a vibrant Jewish future through education, outreach and meaningful Jewish experiences. Support Jewish Peoplehood Worldwide – by aiding Jews in distress and providing urgent resources to our global family in Israel and more than 70 countries worldwide. With deep roots locally and respected ties nationally and internationally, we have earned the confidence of an active, loyal and growing donor base that is committed to the welfare and continuity of the Jewish people.


Dear Friend: When the 2007-08 campaign season kicked off with a million-dollar donation, we knew it would be a good year for fundraising. And so it was. On September 4, 2007, longtime donor and Federation friend Dorothy Seaman renamed our Women’s Department with her generous gift, launching the beginning of a recordbreaking Annual Campaign. By August 31, 2008, our community answered the call of fellow Jews in need by donating more than $20.8 million to our Federation. But 2008 was not only successful in terms of fundraising— it was a pinnacle in terms of vision. In June, our leadership approved a strategic plan focused on three key objectives: 1) aligning our facilities to best serve the current and future needs of our community; 2) strengthening and expanding relationships with local Jewish leaders and residents; 3) cultivating the next generation of Jewish leadership. Such steps will ensure that our Federation remains a vibrant and responsive force in the community and the central address for Jews in need. In 2008, we also saw the worst bring out the best. When Russia invaded the Former Soviet Republic of Georgia with tanks and bombs in August, our international partner agencies immediately sprang to action— rescuing people, providing aid and saving lives while bombs were still exploding. Their heroic efforts inspired us to head for Georgia to document their work and the aftermath of war in such an impoverished area of the world. As it turns out, we were the only Federation to visit Georgia since the invasion, and we are glad that we did. The trip was a poignant testimony to the critical work of our overseas partners and to the foresight of our forefathers who put the infrastructures in place should a crisis occur anywhere in the world where Jews live. And so it is with unwavering confidence and optimism that we conduct our 2009 Annual Campaign for Jewish Needs, even in the midst of a troubled economy. We remain steadfast in our commitment to the increasing number of Jews in need this year and to the most vulnerable members of our Jewish family. With your continued support, we can fulfill our vision and commitment to KlalYisrael – a world in which every Jew is responsible for one another. Warmest Regards,

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William S. Bernstein, MSW President & CEO dation

Stewart G. Harris Chair, Jewish Federation

David Pratt Chair, Jewish Community Foun-


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Major Gifts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dorothy Seaman Department of Women’s Philanthropy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Metro Community, Business & Women . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Israel @ 60 Mission. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jewish Community Foundation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Programs and Agencies

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Local Agencies: JCC, JFS, JARC, DKJA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jewish Education Commission (JEC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Partnership 2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Israel Programs & Agencies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Overseas Programs & Agencies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

The Business of Caring

Federation Officers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federation Senior Staff. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federation Revenues & Expenditures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federation Allocations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Foundation Officers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Foundation Financials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Honor Rolls

Tribute to Those of Blessed Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 Annual Campaign Honor Roll. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Corporate & Individual Sponsors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Foundation Recognition Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2007-2008 Season MILE S TO NES MARIANE PEARL

STEPPING UP

“STOP IRAN INITIATIVE”

Sept/Oct

• Dorothy Seaman names Women’s Division with $1 million gift. • Our Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) rallies nearly 400 local residents at the “National Security and the Threat of a Nuclear Iran” special briefing on campus, launching the local “Stop Iran Initiative.”

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THANKSGIVING

Nov/Dec

• Old Hollywood Metro Signature Event brings out more than 150 local residents, including many Jewish community leaders and future leaders dressed in their Old Hollywood finest to kick off the 2008 season and celebrate the Metro Signature Event dedicated to donors in their 30s, 40s and 50s.

Jan/Feb

• More than 500 women gathered at the Ritz Carlton in Palm Beach to see Brigitte Gabriel, anti-terrorism activist and former Middle East Television World News Anchor, keynote the Lion of Judah Annual Luncheon.

• 500 Seniors and adults with disabilities receive “VIP” treatment at Federation’s 13th Annual Thanksgiving banquet.

• Author Abigail Pogrebin is special guest speaker at the Lion of Judah Outreach, shining light on Jewish celebrity stories from her book “Stars of David.”

• Third Annual “Jewish Women of the World” Dottie Lipson Educational Journey draws more than 425 local women to learn about the current state of anti-Semitism around the world.

• Stanley Alpert, a highly decorated federal prosecutor who was kidnapped on the eve of his 38th birthday, provides a dramatic climax to the Metro Division’s Ben Gurion Society Cocktail Reception.

• More than 300 of Federation’s top donors walk the red carpet to celebrate the “Grandeur of Giving” at the Major Gifts Event, the largest fundraising night of the year, featuring author Marianne Pearl, wife of slain Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.


MARCH OF THE LIVING

VIP PARTY

ISRAEL UNDER THE STARS THE GALLATIN CHALLENGE

MICHAEL BLOOMBERG

March

EVE ENSLER

• Accomplished actress, author and social activist Camryn Manheim brought hundreds to laughter and tears at “Stepping Up to a New Era of Leadership,” the second annual joint luncheon of the Federation’s Dorothy Seaman Department of Women’s Philanthropy and Metro Women of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County. • Cutting-edge, renowned playwright and activist Eve Ensler, best known for “The Vagina Monologues,” keynotes the Jewish Women’s Foundation “Granting Wishes” Reception, where JWF’s grants to improve the lives of Jewish women and girls are announced. • Lion of Judah Endowment (LOJE) “Ultimate Thank You” Luncheon celebrates another record year, marking 215 LOJEs in our community— more than any other Federation. • Super Sunday Sports & Spa Spectacular raises more than $900,000 thanks in large part to the Ron and Meryl Gallatin Challenge, which matched new gifts and increases.

April/May

• Federation’s Jewish Education Commission (JEC) helps send local high school students on the educational experience of a lifetime. The annual March of the Living brings together thousands of Jewish students from around the world to march in solidarity in Poland. The trip culminates in Israel. • Federation’s 2008 Annual Meeting celebrates “Israel at 60” and honors local Jewish leadership.

Summer

• New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg visits our Federation and speaks about Jewish interests during the coming elections. • Preparations are finalized for community mission to Israel for 125 local residents to commemorate Israel’s 60th year of independence.

• Israel Under the Stars, preceeded by a VIP Reception, draws more than 5,000 local residents to Mizner Park to celebrate Israel’s 60th birthday. • An overflow crowd is educated and entertained by nationally renowned estate planners at the Professional Advisory Committee’s (PAC) 24th Annual Seminar for Professionals.

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Strategic Plan Federation’s strategy for increasing growth and addressing needs in our community and beyond. Shortly after becoming Chair of the Board in April 2007, Stewart Harris challenged Federation Officers to begin a strategic planning process that would best position the organization for future growth and development. The Officers worked closely with their committees on several key components of the plan. In June 2008, the initial strategies were presented and approved unanimously by Federation’s Executive Committee and Facilities Review Board. The Officers and their committees have since begun moving forward on all of the proposed initiatives, including:

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Re-developing our Campus and Facilities. We have analyzed the current and proposed use of the 100-acre north and south campuses (both developed and undeveloped land) and have determined a preliminary plan of action to: a) best serve the needs of our agencies and communities on a short and longterm basis, and b) generate ancillary revenue streams for Federation.

A central element of the plan for the north campus is the development of a Continuous Care Retirement Community (CCRC) to address the growing needs of South Palm Beach County’s overwhelmingly large population of seniors and frail elderly residents. The master site plan for the north campus also includes the relocation of Federation, Ruth Rales Jewish Family Service (JFS) and the Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Community Center from the south campus (by fiscal year 2011-12). This move will allow Federation to create revenue opportunities on the south campus to better serve our community and our beneficiaries. 8

Visionary. Necessary.

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Enhancing Beneficiary Agency Relationships and Expanding Community Outreach. Plans are underway to improve communication, streamline efforts, share resources and create a more productive and efficient spirit of cooperation between Federation and more than 25 local and overseas agencies. We’ve also implemented a plan to reach out further to local Jewish residents (never before affiliated with Federation) and to synagogues. From new resident welcome kits to spearheading a “Council of Jewish Organizations,” we have left no stone unturned when it comes to exploring ways to strengthen ties to the community and expand our donor base and levels of participation.

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Developing the Next Generation of Jewish Leadership. Federation has made good progress this year in identifying potential leaders and preparing them for emerging roles within our community. We’re also exploring ways to educate our current, younger leaders and to work with synagogues and other Jewish institutions to more effectively collaborate with talented individuals.


Community Snapshot The Jewish community of South Palm Beach County has experienced tremendous growth since Federation’s inception in 1979. With more than 131,000 Jews living in Highland Beach, Delray Beach and Boca Raton, we are the most densely populated Jewish community in the world, second only to Israel. Our fundraising totals during the past several years consistently place us in the top 15 Federations, among 155 nationwide. We are also a community of contrasts:

62% (84,111) of our population

is aged 65 and over, and...

...our younger population (children to age 17) has doubled in 10 years from 5,500 to 11,000. They comprise 9% of our population (up from 6% in 1995).

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Toby Weinman Palchik c e n t e r fo r j e w i s h p h i la n t h rop y

A YEAR OF SUCCESS AND EXPANSION In March of 2007, Toby and her family cut the ribbon on the Toby Weinman Palchik Center for Jewish Philanthropy (CJP) at our Federation. Her generous one-million-dollar donation made it possible for us to create one of the most progressive and personalized centers for Jewish giving in the nation. The CJP is tailor-made for this community of generous, educated and involved humanitarians and is designed to match donors’ unique philanthropic goals with the needs of fellow Jews locally, in Israel and in more than 70 countries around the world.

Dorothy Seaman stepped forward with a $1 million donation to our Women’s Department. Now called the Dorothy Seaman Department of Women’s Philanthropy, this division continues to be at the forefront of women’s giving, accounting for 49% of Federation’s Annual Campaign and leading the nation with 215 Lion of Judah Endowments (women who have contributed or endowed at least $100,000 to Federation). Our Federation also has the second highest number of Lions (women who contribute a minimum of $5,000 per year to our Annual Campaign).

With its highly personalized approach to charitable giving, the CJP is the hub of Federation’s financial resource development activities, including endowment programs, designated and special projects, capital campaigns, corporate underwriting and naming opportunities. Our annual campaign is, in fact, a critical part of the CJP, serving as a lifeline to thousands of fellow Jews in need each year.

Prudent Investing In a year where virtually every asset class and index experienced increased volatility and significant market losses, Federation took early and prudent steps to safeguard our Endowments, Donor Advised Funds and other investments. Early in 2008, our Federation joined other Federations in the pooled investment program with the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago (JFMC). By pooling dollars with the JFMC, we were able to dramatically increase the diversity of our investments and thereby reduce our investment risk. While market losses could not be avoided, our investments outperformed most of the common indices like the S&P 500 and the DJIA.

2007-2008 marked an extraordinary year of success, expansion and visionary thinking that will keep our Jewish future burning brightly, in our community and beyond, for generations to come. Record-breaking 2008 Campaign Year Our most successful fund-raising drive ever raised more than $20.8 million for fellow Jews in need. Supplemental Giving Among many examples of designated giving in 2008, one in particular led to the naming of Federation’s Women’s Division. Less than six months after the establishment of the CJP, longtime donor and philanthropist 10

A Revitalized Corporate Partners Program In March, Federation’s Corporate Partner’s Program was put under the purview of Senior Vice President of Marketing


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and Corporate Development Andy Rose. In his first official act of business, Federation hosted a VIP Corporate Sponsors “Thank You” party at our biggest community event of the year, Israel Under the Stars. Since then, the program has flourished, welcoming many new sponsors, strengthening relationships and exceeding last year’s Corporate Sponsorship goal by $100,000. For 2009, Federation is already well on its way of meeting our current goal of $500,000.

Capital Projects Underway As part of an overall strategic plan, Federation is moving forward with a major re-development of the 100-acre north and south campuses. A centerpiece of the project is a new Continuous Care Retirement Community (CCRC), which will cater to the area’s overwhelming population of seniors and frail elderly residents. Other improvements include the relocation of Federation, Ruth Rales Jewish Family Services (JFS) and the Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Community Center, enabling Federation to create revenue opportunities on the south campus.

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M ajor G ifts “The generosity of our major donors enables us to help so many in our community, in Israel, and around the world,” lauded Federation’s Campaign Chair, Ellen R. Sarnoff. “This vital group contributes 65% of the funds our Federation raises and allocates, acting on their overriding concern for those in need whether in good or difficult years.” From the Welcome Back Reception at Carole and Barry Kaye’s home, through the unparalleled “Grandeur of Giving” Major Gifts Gala, to the season Thank You Party hosted by Ron and Meryl Gallatin, Federation’s major givers kept up their pace as champions of the Annual Campaign.

L-R: Gloria & Stewart Harris, Federation Board Chair; Gil Tamary; Judy Levis Markhoff; Matthew Zucker,“Grandeur” Sponsor, FMSbonds, Inc.; Paul Markhoff; Mariane Pearl; Bill Bernstein, Federation President & CEO.

Major donors were welcomed back in the fall with a warm reception amid the exquisite art collection at the home of Carole and Barry Kaye. L-R: Barry and Carole Kaye, Florence and Barry Friedberg.

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From the red carpet welcome to the candelabra at every table, the “Grandeur of Giving” Major Gifts event was chaired in meticulous detail by Judy Levis Markhoff and her husband Paul Markhoff. Federation’s largest fundraising event of the year was held at The Great Hall of the Boca Raton Resort & Club.

“Grandeur” featured Mariane Pearl interviewed onstage by Gil Tamary,Washington Reporter and Bureau Chief for Israel’s leading TV networks. Pearl’s book, A Mighty Heart: The Brave Life and Death of My Husband Daniel, which chronicled the kidnapping and murder of theWall Street Journal reporter by militant Islamic extremists, was made into a movie starring Angelina Jolie.

L-R: Phyllis and Harvey Sandler welcomed Michael and CarynWeinberg as the newest members of the Prime Minister Council during the “Grandeur” program.

“Grandeur” opened with cocktail receptions dedicated to four levels of giving. L-R: Emily & Stephen Grabelsky, Crown of Judah and Joshua Society Reception Co-chairs; Judy Levis Markhoff & Paul Markhoff, Prime Minister’s Council Reception and Event Co-chairs & Sponsors; Mariane Pearl, Guest Speaker; Joe & Selma Sitrick, King David Society Reception Co-chairs; Ron & Carol Benach, Leadership Gifts Reception Co-chairs; Kinnie Gorelick, Crown of Judah and Joshua Society Reception Co-chair.


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Florence and Martin Brody’s new program,“Conversations on Contemporary Issues,” at the Boca Raton Resort & Club was used to celebrate the 36th Lion of Judah anniversary and to unveil the new $36,000 Amethyst level.Thanks to the Brody’s support, our community has eight new Amethyst Lions. L-R: Dorothy Seaman, Ellen R. Sarnoff, Marlene Silver, Guest Speaker MSNBC’s Nora O’Donnell, Florence Brody, Helene Eicoff.

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In a spring garden party setting atWoodfield Country Club, against a large video montage backdrop of the past year’s activities,Women’s Philanthropy recapped their accomplishments and installed their 2009 leadership. L-R: Front: Barbara Levy, DorothyWizer, Event Co-chair Jeanne Fibus, Anne Jacobson, KipnisWilson/Friedland Award honoree Meryl Gallatin, Dania Kronick, Susan Saril; Back: Kinnie Gorelick, Installation Co-chairWendy Pressner, Emily Grabelsky, Louise Galpern.

Women ’s Phila n thropy

Continuing to account for half the Federation’s Annual Campaign dollars, the Dorothy Seaman Department of Women’s Philanthropy reached new heights by raising more than ever before. Over 5,400 women contributed more than $10 million, representing a $400,000 increase over the previous year. They were led by Women’s Chair Anne Jacobson, Women’s Campaign Chair Dorothy Wizer, Lion of Judah Vice Chairs Barbara Levy and Louise Galpern, and Lion Luncheon Chairs Caren Weinberg and Marlene Silver. The inaugural Dorothy Seaman Leadership Award was presented to Ellen R. Sarnoff, Chair of the 2008 Campaign, who has served in numerous leadership and philanthropic roles throughout the Federation and its beneficiary agencies. L-R: Dorothy Seaman, Ellen Sarnoff.

More than 500 women gained insight and inspiration at the Lion of Judah Luncheon at The Ritz Carlton Palm Beach.The area’s premier Jewish women’s event celebrated the 921 local Lions who make our community number two in the nation, second only to NewYork! L-R: Event Co-chair CarenWeinberg, Keynote Speaker Brigitte Gabriel; DorothyWizer; Event Co-chair Marlene Silver.

Actress and activist Camryn Manheim evoked laughter and tears, enthralling hundreds of women of all generations at the Second Annual Stepping Up to a New Era of Leadership luncheon. L-R: Emily Grabelsky, Event Co-chair Rosa Golish, Camryn Manheim, Event Co-chairs Susan Rahn and Dale Pratt.

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The Ben Gurion Society reception for significant younger donors featured the riveting story of Stanley Alpert, a highly decorated Federal Prosecutor who was kidnapped on the eve of his 38th birthday. L-R:Todd & Wendi Lipsich, Event Cochairs; Stanley Alpert; Ken & Kathy Green, Ira & Eydie Holz, Event Co-chairs. Eleven young adults represented the Federation at “Make It Matter,” the 15th Quadrennial NationalYoung Leadership Conference inWashington, DC, learning about issues and visiting Capitol Hill.

M etro C ommunity , W omen & B usiness Federation’s Metro Division continued on track in its second year. It was full steam ahead for this new generation of emerging Jewish leaders, led again by inaugural Metro Co-chairs Jill Deutch, Jonathan Louis and Debra Halperin. Hundreds of young adults came together throughout the year, learning, networking, dancing and giving of themselves through innovative, top-caliber programming for business professionals, women and more. Metro Division rolled out the red carpet for the “Signature Event: A Night in Old Hollywood.” 150 people toasted and energized a new season of giving as they kicked off the 2008 Annual Campaign. Flanked by special guests, L-R: Event Co-chairs Wendy Koolik, Jill Deutch, Ollie & Jonathan Louis. (Not pictured: Co-chairs Elliott Koolik, Senator Ted Deutch,Talia & Hal Klein, Debra & Larry Halperin)

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Toby Weinman Palchik CJP Metro Business hosted a three-part Networking Cocktail Reception Series, beginning with panel of experts Robert Davimos, Warren Struhl and Dr. Robert Colton on “The Business of Big Ideas,” and followed by Hotels.com founder Bob Diener with “The Business of Dot-Coms.”

More than 70 women were treated to stories of Jewish celebrities and the importance of a personal Jewish journey, at the MetroWomen Lion of Judah Outreach, with Abigail Pogrebin, author of Stars of David, at the home of Gail Greenspoon. L-R: Karen Dern, Event Co-chair; Jill Deutch, 2008 Metro Co-chair; Gail Greenspoon, MetroWomen Co-chair; Marcia Beckerman, Event Co-chair (not pictured: ShelleyWolgin-Blick, Event Co-chair).

Robert Davimos,Warren Struhl, Dr. Robert Colton.

Bob Diener Last in the Networking Series was a program for Jewish women in business,““GeltWithout Guilt: A JewishWomen’s Guide toWorth,Work andWealth with LessWorry.”L-R: Event Co-chairs Marjorie Horwin and Terri Meyers; presenter Suzy Girard-Ruttenberg; Event Co-chair Elaine Bucher.

Abigail Pogrebin signed books for a long line of enthusiastic fans. L-R: Rebecca Appelbaum and Ollie Louis co-chaired a two-part “Spirit and Spice” women’s outreach series, including a “Morning of Self-Discovery,” and an evening with a renowned chef on “The Five-Star Seder: Because Life is Too Short for a Bland Passover.”

L-R: Metro Business Networking Series Co-chairs David Katzman, Joanne Polin, Eric Altschul and Steve Artzi.

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I srael @60 M ission Some joined from the Lion of Judah Conference, others from a pre-trip to Egypt, some from private touring, others straight from Florida. All in solidarity and in celebration of Israel’s milestone anniversary. From all streams of Judaism, 125 members of South Palm Beach County’s Jewish community came together for the unsurpassed magical week of the Federation’s Israel @ 60 Mission. Whether following the First-Timers, Arts & Culture, Business & Technology or Adventure Seekers Track, they came away not only with new knowledge and experiences, but also a profound and overriding sense of their part in the larger Jewish community – one big mishpacha!

CarolWinig atYadVashem.

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Mission participants joined in a special Yikor service atYadVashem.

L-R: Stewart Harris, Federation Chair; Kiryat Bialik Mayor Eli Dukorski; Gidi Shilo, P2K Steering Committee in Kiryat Bialik; Eshel Fram, JAFI; Bill Bernstein, Federation President & CEO.

Arthur and Millicent Rudolph; (back) Stewart Harris and Stuart Silver at a construction site in Kfar Saba.

Susan Lande digging at Beit Guvrin.


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L-R: Larry Gross, Stephen and Emily Grabelsky visit a class for autistic children at Kadima School in Kiryat Bialik.

Judge Amy Dean, and Allan Kluger/Mission Sponsor Kluger Peretz Kaplan & Berlin, planting trees at Ben Shemen.

L-R: Joel and Arlene Alexander, and Jerry Lewin/ Mission Sponsor Goldstein Lewin & Co., enjoy a children’s presentation at a funded project. L-R: Mission Co-chairs Dale Filhaber and April Leavy, with husbands Roger Leavy and Ed Filhaber, say good-bye at the Farewell Celebration at The View in Jerusalem.

Exploring the tunnels beneath the Kotel.

Rabbi Richard Agler at a Parents and Children Together (PACT) program for Ethiopian immigrants.

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Jewish Community Foundation

CREATING JEWISH LEGAC IE S – F RO M O NE G ENERATIO N TO A N OTHER

The Jewish Community Foundation works as the “savings account” of the Federation to ensure that programs and services continue to meet essential Jewish needs locally, in Israel and worldwide, through permanent endowment funds, gifts of cash, appreciated stock, bequests, trusts and planned giving programs. In 2007-2008, Chair Tom Kaplan and Vice Chair David Pratt launched a JCF campaign to meet three key objectives: 1) grow unrestricted assets by $10 million in new commitments; 2) increase Lion of Judah Endowments (LOJE) by $2 million; and 3) increase Perpetual Annual Campaign Endowments (PACE) by $1 million.

L-R: PAC’s 2008Vice Chair and 2009 Chair David Katzman, 2008 Foundation Chair Tom Kaplan.

Past Foundation Chair Jim Nobil, Foundation’s 2008 Vice Chair and 2009 Chair David Pratt.

L-R: PAC member Linda Melcer, 2008 PAC Chair and 2009 Foundation Vice Chair Elyssa Kupferberg.

Diana Stein lights a candle in memory of the generous women who live on not only in our hearts, but also by assuring through their LOJE funds that resources will forever be there to meet Jewish needs.

The old Palm Beach elegance of The Colony Hotel provided an apt backdrop for the Lion of Judah Endowment (LOJE) “Ultimate ThankYou Luncheon,” for those most generous women who have endowed their Lion gifts in perpetuity at a minimum of $100,000. Ending 2007-8 with 215 LOJEs, our Federation continues to lead the country. L-R: LOJE Co-chair Phyllis Seresky, Ruth Jacobson, Beverly Gross, Louise Galpern, Estelle Futterman, Miriam Friend, Ellen R. Sarnoff (not pictured: Dorothy Seaman, LOJE Co-chair).

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Toby Weinman Palchik CJP JCF continued to grow, with thanks to the efforts of its Professional Advisory Committee (PAC) members, who encourage charitable giving through new endowment funds, trusts, bequests, life insurance policies and IRAs on behalf of their clients. The PAC’s Mitzvah Society recognizes community professionals whose client referrals have resulted in one or more Jewish Community Foundation endowment gifts.

The PAC provided education and networking opportunities for local professionals at breakfast Speaker Forums. L-R: Jeffrey Kahn, Esq., past Foundation Chair; Carlos Romero, PAC member.

Local business professionals paid tribute to two of their own at the Metro Business/Mitzvah Society reception. Metro honored business leader Howard Kaye, and attorney Ronald L. Siegel, Esq. was awarded by the Mitzvah Society. L to R: Howard Kaye, Keynote Speaker MarkWilf, Ron Siegel.

More than 125 local professionals attended PAC’s 24th Annual Professional Seminar featuring nationally renowned estate planners Jonathan G. Blattmachr (pictured) and JeremiahW. Doyle IV.

The hands-on philanthropists of the Jewish Women’s Foundation continued to build their grant-making capability through $10,000, $50,000 and $100,000 contributions, payable over five years. JWF has quickly grown to 70 Trustees with contributions and commitments of more than $700,000. JWF Trustees completed a third year of grant-making to improve the status of Jewish women and girls by proactively addressing the sources of their varied challenges, selecting three projects in Israel, to: build microenterprises among low-income women; train young FSU medical graduates to help immigrant teens develop healthy life skills, using their own languages; and provide programming for abused girls in their junior and senior high schools. The grants were announced at the annual GrantingWishes reception, which featured noted playwright and author Eve Ensler.

L-R: JWF Founder Roxane Frechie Lipton, 2009 JWF Chair Sheila Fuente, 2007-08 JWF Chair Francine Cole (z”l), Mara Reuben.

L-R: Book signing with Eve Ensler and new Trustee Alice Kemper.

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JCC

Adolph & rose levis Jewish community center

Celebrating a full quarter century, and under the current leadership of President Tom Kaplan and Executive Director Marty Schneer, the Adolph & Rose Levis JCC continued to offer a full array of personal, cultural, social and physical enrichment and services for all ages. From the Zale Early Childhood Learning Center, to the Sports & Wellness Center, to the Sandler Center for Jewish Life Enhancement and other special needs programs, JCC’s meaningful and caring connections make our community home. JCC also celebrated an astounding 20 medals won by the Mitchell Dobbin Maccabi Team’s 100 local teen athletes at the 2008 JCC Maccabi Games.

More than 700 campers created lifetime memories at JCC Summer Camp. Nearly 500 children took the first steps on their journey of Jewish learning; and the innovative Sha’ar (Gateway) was developed to enrich unaffiliated and interfaith programming with Jewish life.

Adults of all ages found inspiration, enrichment and culture at the JCC. At the Phyllis & Harvey Sandler Center for Jewish Life Enhancement, more than 6,500 participants stimulated and nourished their minds, bodies and spirits through Jewish learning, continuing education, travel and social events. Others enjoyed vast arts and cultural programming through performances, literary experiences with authors, the Nathan D. Rosen Museum Gallery, and sold-out Phyllis & Gerry Golden Multimedia Concerts.

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JFS

Ruth rales jewish family service

RRJFS continued to serve people of all ages from throughout the community last year, led by Presidents Ronald Selbst, MD, and Michael Mullaugh, and Executive Director Dr. Jaclynn Faffer. Continuing as the lead agency serving seniors in south Palm Beach County, RRJFS touched the lives of 35,000 residents with friendly visits, group and delivered meals for seniors; a kosher food pantry; counseling and support groups; home care for Holocaust survivors, mentoring and educational programs, and much more. As the year progressed, the agency fielded exponentially increasing calls for basic necessities and help with foreclosures.

Dozens of Olympic Heights High school students were matched with seniors in assisted living for weekly telephone chats and for holiday parties with activities like making “snowflake” refrigerator magnets. Mentoring programs also match “grandparents and grandchildren” and Big Pals and Little Pals.

Café Europa hosted almost 1,000 Holocaust survivors at two lunches, where they sat with others from the same countries. Polish survivor Basia McDonnell brought pre-war family photos to see if anyone knew what happened to her relatives, most of whom perished during the war.


Programs & Agencies

JARC

JEWISH ASSOCIATION FOR RESIDENTIAL CARE

JARC expanded its residential services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, building four new group homes in west Boca Raton. The Mel and Edith Clayman Training and Resource Center’s vocational programs continue to place clients in supported community employment. The Mel and Elaine Stein Living and Learning Center also continues to provide apartments and independent living skills for adults with special needs to lead productive and dignified lives.

The JARC café teaches culinary skills, including customer service.The café is open to the public, with daily lunch specials and homemade soups; it also provides catering.

Five JARC residents fulfilled a lifelong dream. With two staff members, they traveled to Israel as part of an exchange program with Israel Elwyn. During this time, residents and staff from Israel stayed in JARC’s group homes and toured the area.

DKJA

DONNA KLEIN JEWISH ACADEMY

In its 29th year, Donna Klein Jewish Academy continued to enhance its reputation as a premier Jewish day school, under the leadership of President Michael Lewitt and Head of School Karen Feller. With a focus on global education and concerned with tikkun olam, DKJA actively demonstrates its commitment to Jewish continuity, living and learning, as well as academic achievement. Through caring activities like distributing food for the needy, projects with seniors, and helping children with special needs, DKJA effectively instills important Jewish values for a lifetime.

Annually, DKJA joins students at partner school Pine Grove Elementary in enriching activities centering on global education, cultivating friendships and creating special bonds with one another.To encourage students to nurture the environment and their community, they began a Garden of Friendship at the Delray Beach school, and will add to it every year.

Ongoing intergenerational programs like model seders and nursing home visits form bonds and create precious memories for all ages, reinforcing DKJA’s commitment to Jewish heritage and legacy through L’dorV’dor.

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J ewish E ducation C ommission (JEC) In 2007-2008, the Jewish Education Commission continued to grow as the community’s central address for Jewish education, under continued leadership of Chair Rabbi Merle Singer and Executive Director Leon Weissberg. The JEC’s 11th year included many highlights. March of the Living 2008 celebrated the 60th anniversary of the State of Israel in Jerusalem, and the 20th anniversary of the March in Auschwitz. JEC’s inaugural Winter Symposium presented more than 170 residents with two days of learning from the granddaughter of Eliezer Ben Yehudah, the founder of the Modern Hebrew language, and a distinguished panel on Israel at 60. The largest number of Melton students ever joined both the basic and advanced Melton Mini-School curricula. And more than 500 Early Childhood Center, Day School and Congregational School educators participated in Professional Development in what they considered the most successful academic year for local teachers.

The March of the Living brought local teens to historic sites in Poland, including the mass graves of Tykocin in the Lupochowa Forest in Bialystock.

New JEC Chair IleneWohlgemuth (left), at the reunion that brought together 20 years of local March of the Living participants, and dedicated plaques to them in the Federation’s Lester M. & Sally Entin Holocaust Pavilion.

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More than 400 students participated in Jewish club gatherings once or twice monthly at South Palm Beach County public and private secular high schools. Students in the Spanish River High School Jewish Forum made their own Shofar for Rosh Hashanah.

In its first United States venue,Witness Theater has brought local teens together to get acquainted with and learn from Holocaust survivors.The teens will then write, produce and perform a play, taking roles as the survivors.

Shirley Enselberg was honored at the Kristallnacht Film Forum’s opening ceremony in the Entin Holocaust Pavilion.The Forum raises teen scholarship funds for the March of the Living.

One of 20 offerings in the annual Distinguished Lecture Series, held at different community synagogues.


Programs & Agencies

J ewish C ommunity R elations C ouncil (JCRC) In 2007-2008, the JCRC’s nonpartisan public policy voice continued to bring together key elements of the Jewish community and to advocate for and educate about vital issues. Led by Chair Stephen Mendelsohn and Director Elise Dolgow, JCRC addressed an array of Jewish concerns from global security to funding for growing local human needs.

The Federation made national headlines with NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s June presentation at a special Leadership Breakfast for 200 local Jewish leaders. L-R: Mayor Michael Bloomberg; Rabbi David Steinhardt, new JCRC Chair; Ellen Sarnoff, Campaign Chair; Bill Bernstein, President & CEO.

“Israel Under the Stars” again drew more than 5,000, to celebrate Israel’s 60th birthday. L-R: Palm Beach County Commissioner Burt Aaronson, IUTS Honorary Chair and its longtime major contributor; Steve Mendelsohn, JCRC Chair; Stewart Harris, Federation Chair; Steven Abrams, former Mayor of Boca Raton; Bill Bernstein, Federation President & CEO.

Among thousands protesting a nuclear Iran at a rally across from the United Nations in NewYork City were Student Council leaders fromWeinbaumYeshiva High School, attending with JCRC assistance.

Shirley Solomon facilitated a table at the 8th Annual Campus Advocacy Forum, where 120 collegebound students learned skills to handle situations like having a roommate who’s never known a Jew or a professor who denies the Holocaust. 150 determined Holocaust survivors, Second Generation members and advocates attended a briefing on financial settlements.They heard from Congressman RobertWexler and Ambassador J. Christian Kennedy, the special envoy for Holocaust issues at the U.S. State Department, and applied for restitution. L-R: Ambassador Kennedy; Steve Mendelsohn, JCRC Chair; CongressmanWexler.

JCRC continued interfaith efforts in the Save Darfur Coalition of South Palm Beach. JCRC’s Hava Leipzig Holzhauer, holding the torch, Darfuri Mohammed Malik, Rabbi Richard Agler and others represented groups in an “Olympic Torch Run” to draw attention to China’s role in the Darfur situation.

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P artnership 2000

TO: The Children of Kiryat Bialik WITH LOVE: From The Jewish Community of SPBC Now in its sixth year, Federation’s Partnership 2000 (P2K) project with Israeli “sister city” Kiryat Bialik continued to strengthen both communities as well as this “living bridge” that spans 3,500 miles. Through exchanges among professionals, women and students, the Partnership fosters dialogue, collaboration and true friendships that enhance shared Jewish identities and destinies across the globe. An international United Jewish Communities (UJC) project, P2K is facilitated on site by the Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI). 24

The growing partnership between the Jewish community of south Palm Beach County and Kiryat Bialik produced this new playground in the Israeli city’s center. Residents of all ages turned out for the official dedication of the beautiful play space in November 2008, during our Federation’s community-wide mission to Israel. They brought enthusiastic appreciation for our Women to Women P2K Initiative and to Debra Halperin (in honor of her mother Gladys Moore), who together had provided much of the funding to make the playground possible. Our efforts were supplemented by the women of Kiryat Bialik and their local municipality.


Programs & Agencies

Local and Israeli participants in the annual P2K Educators Exchange enjoyed the hospitality of a private home in Boca Raton.

TheWomen toWomen Exchange brought together 10 local women with 10 Kiryat Bialik peers, getting to know each other both in our community and in Israel.The rewards have included a cookbook, a playground and lasting friendships across the globe. L-R: local participants RandiWinter, Lori Berman, Nicole Katz, Robin Ginsberg,Wendi Lipsich, Anne Jacobson, Gail Greenspoon, Gail Marlow, Susan Rahn, Rabbi Amy Rader in Israel.

During summer 2008, the Federation launched an Economic Development Initiative in Kiryat Bialik region.We contracted with MATI, an organization that has been successfully developing businesses and jobs in nearby Haifa for more than a decade with support from Boston’s Combined Jewish Philanthropies. Here, pictured with P2K Co-chairYossi Ende (6th from right), Mayor RafiWertheim (2nd from left) and leaders from Kiryat Bialik, MATI and the Federation visit the new MATI headquarters in Kiryat Bialik.

Ryan Pinder - Downtown Photo

Kiryat Bialik’s primarily non-observant Jewish Roots teens visited local synagogues and experienced Shabbat, some for the first time.

Ryan Pinder - Downtown Photo

Through Jewish Roots, P2K brings local teens together with their Kiryat Bialik counterparts. Here they tour Israel together, overlooking Syria from the Golan Heights. 

United Jewish Communities (UJC) The Federation provides some of its assistance to Israel and globally through UJC, which unifies North American Jewry in klal yisrael as an “umbrella” organization representing 157 Jewish federations and 400 independent Jewish communities. Working together with the Jewish values of social justice, human rights and caring, we are able to transform lives and perform miracles where help is most needed.

An unprecedented partnership was forged between physicians, safety experts and emergency responders from South Palm Beach County and the Kiryat Bialik area through the P2K Medical Exchange, in collaboration with Boca Raton Community Hospital. L-R: Ann Kelman, P2K Co-chair, hosted a reception for Israeli visitors Dr. Chen Shapira, Director of Carmel Medical Center; OzYair, Carmel Center’s Deputy Security Officer; Dr. Dalia Kesner, General Manager of Zvulun Medical Center.

An Emergency Simulation physician at Boca Raton Community Hospital demonstrated response techniques for Israeli medical exchange visitors.

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Israel

f u lf i ll i n g t h e p ro m i s e to o u r h o m e la n d The Federation system made a promise to Israel in 1948, upon the birth of our homeland, to help strengthen its society and to augment its social services system. We continue to keep that promise and contribute millions of dollars each year to core programs, services and initiatives that further the welfare of our Israeli brothers and sisters. From tending to victims of post traumatic stress syndrome (resulting from the frequent barrage of rockets targeting fellow Jews along the Gaza border) to providing vital services to Israel’s children and frail elderly, we continue to invest in Israel’s welfare through our overseas partner agencies, including the Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI) and the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC). In addition, our Federation is proud to provide supplemental funding for specific programs and initiatives that are close to the hearts of many local residents. Those programs in Israel directly supported by the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County include: First Timers Teacher’s Trip Planned every two years by Federation’s Jewish Education Commission (JEC), the purpose is to provide every teacher who teaches Jewish children in a Jewish setting with an Israel experience, similar to birthright israel. Research indicates that an Israel experience has the most significant impact on teachers’ fundamental feelings about Israel and the transmission of those feelings to their students.

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Programs & Agencies

PACT (Parents and Children Together) Located in Kiryat Yam, PACT addresses the top-priority need among Ethiopian-Israelis for multi-faceted early childhood education (birth to age six) through the JDC. Currently there is no single government agency responsible for the welfare of children in the early childhood age range. Through programs focused on health care, after-school programs, and home intervention, PACT aims to close the educational and social gaps among children and, at the same time, increase parental involvement. We help support 193 Ethiopian-Israeli preschoolers, together with 110 actively engaged parents.

Nefesh B’Nefesh (NBN) Born in Boca Raton six years ago, NBN was created to revitalize North American Aliyah to Israel. Aliyah services include financial assistance, employment resources, social services and guidance through governmental absorption, in order to help make each individual’s Aliyah as successful as possible. Since its founding in 2002, more than 16,000 immigrants have made Aliyah, 3,200 of them in 2008. NBN retention rate and employment placement statistics are an impressive – 99% and 94% respectively.

SPACE (School Performance and Community Empowerment) This program of the Ethiopian National Project (ENP) provides scholastic assistance for low-performing students, addresses the needs of youth in crisis and strengthens community through leadership development programs. It also improves the connection between the students and their heritage and integrates their culture into their daily lives.

Jeffrey Pierce and Leora Herrmann visit an Ethiopian immigrants center.

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O verseas

answering the call around the world.

No matter where Jews live in the world, Federation looks out for their well-being, contributing millions of dollars each year to Jewish needs in Israel and more than 70 countries around the world. During the 2007-2008 campaign year, our Federation provided $4.8 million in funding for core overseas programs through partner agencies including the United Jewish Communities (UJC), the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) and Jewish Agency For Israel (JAFI). In addition, we provided direct funding for programs of particular interest to our Jewish community, including these: • Summer Camps – Connecting the Next Generation: Summer camps are one of the most successful Jewish-identity building programs that JAFI operates in the former Soviet Union (FSU), which is still awakening from 70 years of enforced atheism. These stimulating camps introduce many youngsters to their Jewish heritage and tradition for the first time, creating a connection to Israel and a sense of belonging to the Jewish people • FSU & Argentina Welfare Relief – The JDC-sponsored Hesed Welfare Centers provide a crucial link to the Jewish community for 224,000 elderly Jews in 2,994 locations across the FSU, including 120,000 in the Volga Region. The JDC provides humanitarian aid – food packages, medical care, hot meals, fresh food, winter relief and more – to supplement the inadequate pensions of needy elderly. With the stabilization of Argentina’s economy and JDC’s work to strengthen the community’s viability, the number of people relying on welfare has steadily decreased over the past five years – from 36,000 at the peak of the crisis in 2001 to just over 12,000 in November of 2008. Our funds will continue to assist Argentina’s most vulnerable with housing subsidies, medical care, food and job retraining. • CHAMAH: Provides humanitarian aid to provide medical and food assistance to the elderly and homebound in the FSU and Israel. JDC supports and sanctions the Hesed programs run by Chamah.

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Connecting the Hearts

Programs & Agencies

to t h e cau s e , TWO m i ss i o n s to t h e fs u The 2008 Campaign was framed by Mission experiences, and what our staff members and lay leaders brought back from their journeys abroad, including two separate visits to the former Soviet Union (FSU). NATALIA It was during our October 2007 mission to Kharkov in the Ukraine that we met many desperate families struggling without enough food, heat or medicine in a place that was just beginning to rediscover its Jewish heritage. Pictured here is a woman named Natalia who has been bed-ridden for more than a decade, paralyzed since childhood and who has no more family members left to care for her. Her only lifeline was made possible through Hesed services supported by Federation dollars; we do not know if she would survive without this assistance. THE 19th JEW When Russia invaded the Former Soviet Republic of Georgia in August 2008, our partner agencies overseas immediately mobilized. Their mission: To locate, rescue and aid every Jewish person in the region affected by the war. Our Federation was the only one to have visited Georgia after the war, deepening our appreciation for the immense levels of need coming this region and the heroic work of the agencies we fund. The JDC and JAFI rescued hundreds of people in the weeks that followed, but there was one Jewish woman who they could not locate right away— Rosa. She was 79 years old, not in good health and the relief staff knew she could not survive on her own. After two days of searching, rescue workers found Rosa amidst the shambles of an apartment building and took her to safety, providing food and medicine. Rosa’s rescue is the ultimate embodiment of the tenet ‘kol yisrael araveem zeh b’ zeh’ – all Jews are responsible, one for the other— no matter where they live in the world. 29


(pictured left to right) Stephen A. Mendelsohn, Esq., Assistant Secretary Anne L. Jacobson, Vice Chair, Women’s Philanthropy Thomas R. Kaplan, Financial Resource Development David Pratt, Esq., Vice Chair, Jewish Community Foundation Stephen U. Winig, Assistant Treasurer William S. Bernstein, MSW, President & CEO Stewart G. Harris, Chairman of the Board Ellen R. Sarnoff, Vice Chair, Campaign Cindy Orbach Nimhauser, Vice Chair Robin Struhl, Vice Chair Jill Deutch, Vice Chair Ted Struhl, Vice Chair, Planning & Allocations (Not Pictured: Michael J. Weinberg, Treasurer; Albert Gortz, Esq., Secretary)

F ederation O fficers

(Current)

Board Members Gloria Baker Matthew Baker Steven D. Bedowitz* Edward I. Burns Helen Cohan Alan Cornell Barbara Feingold Dale Filhaber Meryl Gallatin David Galpern Rani H. Garfinkle Harvey Gelfenbein Rabbi Efrem Goldberg 30

George Goldenberg Glen Golish Kinnie Gorelick Dr. Stephen Grabelsky Dr. Gail Greenspoon Jeffrey Harris Daniel J. Katz Howard S. Kaye Howard Kent David Kirschner Elliot S. Koolik Elyssa Kupferberg April E. Leavy

Adele Lebersfeld Rabbi Daniel Levin Abner Levine Roxane Frechie Lipton Jonathan D. Louis Olgalilia Louis Judy Levis Markhoff Eric Matheson Stephen Melcer, Esq. Joseph S. Mishkin Jeffrey Newman Jack Pechter Robert Pergament

Barry Podolsky Susan Rahn Amy Ross Robin Rubin Jonathan Sahn Michael Schiffman Dr. David Schimel Dorothy P. Seaman Clifford Seresky Nelson Shaller Marlene Silver Joseph Sitrick Dr. Carol Smokler

Naomi Steinberg Rabbi David Steinhardt Daniel Weiss William S. Weprin Dorothy Meyers Wizer Ilene Wohlgemuth Raymond Zimmerman

* Of Blessed Memory


The Business of Caring Past Chairs James B. Baer* (1979-1983) Marianne Bobick (1983-1986) James H. Nobil (1986-1988, 1999-2001) Marvin Zale (1988-1991) Allan B. Solomon(1991-1992) Richard Okonow*(1992-1995) Herbert Gimelstob (1995-1998) Ralph Solomon* (1998-1999) Andrew S. Robins (2001-2003) Lawrence D. Altschul (2003-2005) Etta Gross Zimmerman (2005-2007) Founding Agency Presidents Thomas R. Kaplan Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center Michael Beckerman & Lesley Zafran Donna Klein Jewish Academy Barbara Oko Jewish Association for Residential Care Michael Mullaugh Ruth Rales Jewish Family Service Director Emeritus Jerome Altheimer Jack Parker Margie B. Baer Lawrence Phillips Lee C. Baker* Clarice F. Pressner Martin Brody Seymour Rappaport Dr. Melvin R. Clayman Della C. Rosenberg Karola F. Epstein Gordon Salganik Gerald Golden Richard Siemens David G. Hast Shirley Solomon Dorothy Lipson Elizabeth S. Zinman

F ederation S enior S taff (pictured left to right) Richard Jacobs Vice President, Community Planning Marla Weiss Egers SeniorVice President, Campaign & Community Development Andrew M. Rose SeniorVice President, Marketing & Corporate Development

William S. Bernstein President & CEO Irv Geffen ExecutiveVice President, Financial Resource Development Danielle N. Hartman Director of Board Management & Special Projects Mel Lowell ExecutiveVice President, Finance & Operations 31


Federation Revenues &Expenditures Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County, Inc. and the Jewish Community Foundation Fund 2007-2008 Financial Highlights: Income and Allocations Report (In Thousands) Preliminary Audit Information SUPPORT Contributions, Gifts, Grants Program and Other Revenue TOTAL PRIMARY REVENUE

$26,149 $ 1,343 $27,492

OTHER REVENUE Interest and Dividend Income Realized Gains Other Income TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

$ 1,301 $ 318 $ 303 $ 1,922

TOTAL SUPPORT AND REVENUE PROGRAM EXPENSES United Jewish Communities (UJC) Distributions Other Beneficiaries (see listing) Community Partnership Agencies (see listing) Community Relations Council, Overseas, Jewish Education Commission, Foundation Planning, Communications, Event Expenses TOTAL PROGRAM EXPENSES

$ 5,303 $ 1,655 $ 1,854 $ 6,328 $ 2,947 $ 3,973 $22,060

ADMINISTRATIVE AND MANAGEMENT EXPENSE

$ 1,898

FUNDRAISING EXPENSE

$ 1,863

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$29,414

$25,821


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F ederation A llocations ALLOCATIONS AND SUPPORT (In Thousands)

Program Expenses as % of Total Expenses

86%

administrative/ management Expenses

7%

7%

fundraising Expenses

As % of Total Expenses

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP AGENCIES Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Community Center Donna Klein Jewish Academy Ruth Rales Jewish Family Service Jewish Association for Residential Care Total Allocations Donor Designations Distributions TOTAL - COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP AGENCIES OTHER BENEFICIARIES Hillel Day School Weinbaum Yeshiva High School Florida Hillel Council Kosher Konnection Israel Program Grants birthright Israel Hillel National Programs Torah Academy Holocaust Survivor matching funds Donor Designations FL Association of Jewish Federations BBYO Hillel of Broward and Palm Beach Special Needs Task Force Special Funding (MATI, ACANI, IOC) TOTAL - OTHER BENEFICIARIES

$1,772 $ 862 $1,242. $ 504 $4,380. $ 220 $1,728. $6,328. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

387 202 163 19 41 116 24 110 35 310 13 9 25 95 305

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(pictured left to right) Donald R. Tescher, Esq., Chair, By Laws Thomas R. Kaplan, Immediate Past Chair David Pratt, Esq., Chair, Jewish Community Foundation Irv Geffen, Executive Vice President, Financial Resource Development Sheila Fuente, Chair, JewishWomen’s Foundation William S. Bernstein, MSW, President & CEO, Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County Elyssa Kupferberg, Vice Chair, Jewish Community Foundation David Katzman CPA, Chair, PAC David Kirschner, Chair, Investment Committee (Not Pictured: Stewart G. Harris, Chair, Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County; Michael D. Lipton, Chair, Grants Committee; Joseph Mishkin, Chair, Marketing; Phyllis Seresky, Chair, LOJE)

F oundation O fficers Board of Trustees Jerome Altheimer Lawrence D. Altschul Gail Asarch-Satovsky M. Adam Bankier Michael Beckerman Edward Burns Caryn Clayman Helen Cohan Francine R. Cole* Jane Cornell David Galpern Charles Ganz Joan Garde

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Rani Garfinkle Albert W. Gortz Stewart G. Harris Jeffrey S. Kahn Thomas R. Kaplan David Kirschner Elyssa Kupferberg Richard M. Kwal Sandra Lippy Michael D. Lipton Roxane Frechie Lipton Linda Melcer Joseph Mishkin

David Pratt Ellen R. Sarnoff Dorothy P. Seaman Ted Struhl Donald R. Tescher Jill Viner Michael J. Weinberg Steve Winig Matt Zucker

(Current)

Past Presidents

Honorary Trustees

Gary Bernstein,* 1984-86 Albert W. Gortz, 1986-88 Marvin A. Kirsner, 1988-90 Jerome L. Wolf, 1990-91 Eric W. Deckinger, 1991-94 Ralph M. Solomon,* 1994-96 Eugene Pargh, 1996-97 Jeffrey S. Kahn, 1997-01 Caryn Clayman, 2001-04 Charles Ganz, 2004-05 Thomas R. Kaplan, 2005-08

Gary Bernstein* Marianne Bobick Baron Coleman* Eric W. Deckinger Karola Epstein Barry Friedberg Gerald Golden Phyllis Greenman Barry Kaye

Abner Levine Richard D. Levy Sigmund Nathan* James H. Nobil Eugene Pargh Lawrence Phillips Saul Weinberger* Jerome L. Wolf Betty Zinman

* Of Blessed Memory


F oundation F inancials JEWISH COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FUND ASSETS FOR THE YEAR ENDING AUGUST 31, 2008 PRELIMINARY AUDIT INFORMATION 2006-07

2007-08

ASSESTS OF FOUNDATION, SEPTEMBER 1 Contributions to Funds Interest and Dividends Realized Capital Gain (Loss) Unrealized Gain (Loss)

$59,567,945 $16,596,167 $ 1,373,913 $ 2,127,669 ($1,064,550)

$68,540,560 $ 5,991,701 $ 1,031,609 $ 317,718 ($3,425,795)

TOTAL ADDITIONS

$19,033,199

$ 3,915,233

Distributions/Grants Functional and Operating Expenses

$ 8,471,549 $ 1,589,035

$ 6,564,449 $ 1,098,008

TOTAL DEDUCTIONS

$10,060,584

$ 7,662,457

$68,540,560

$64,793,337

ASSETS BY TYPE OF INVESTMENT JUF Investment Portfolio - Alternative Investments $ 461,515 Cash and Money Market Funds $40,986,460 Corporate Bonds $ 363,873 Equities $ 2,471,026 Equity Funds $ 5,146,528 Exchange Traded Funds $ 3,866,070 Bond Funds $ 6,455,450 Inter-Fund Loan $ 1,155,792 Israel Bonds $ 2,681,500 Municipal Bonds $ 2,223,140 Mutual Funds $ 2,100,479 Other (Insurance Policies, etc.) $ 447,886 Real Estate $ 180,841

$51,157,942 $ 481,749 $ 4,509,660 $ 409,874 $ 784,151 $ 1,155,792 $ 2,126,500 $ 1,641,738 $ 1,788,540 $ 560,740 $ 176,651

ASSETS OF FOUNDATION, AUGUST 31

TOTAL

$68,540,560

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F EDERATI O N H O N O R RO L L S Tribute

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With deep sorrow and our most profound condolences, the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County would like to acknowledge beloved members of our Jewish community who have passed away during our 2007-2008 Campaign Year. Each person whose name follows has contributed to our Federation, helping to keep the Jewish flame burning brightly in our community and around the world for generations to come. Their kind deeds continue to live on through the many people and beneficiaries whose lives they have touched. Albert Adelman Elizabeth Auerbach David Badner David Bady Lee Baker Jerome Ball Sara Barnett Steven Bedowitz Bernard Beifield Sheldon Bell Bernard Berk Judith Benerson Ella Berman Carol Bierman Martin Bildner Harold Bilfield Helen Black Eugene Blond Saul Bluestone Stanley Booke Ian Boss Melvin Boyarsky 36

Hyman Brickman Dorothy Brown Florence Burnett Stanley Busch Theodore Caplan Stewart Caress George Carson Edith Chuzi Francine Cole Arthur Coleman Bella Coleman Herbert Diamond Jerry Director Robert Dobkin Samuel Eckstein Selma Edlavitch Gilbert Ehrlich Bernard Ellentock Seymour Emalfarb Lester Fein Max Feinerman Abraham Feldshon

Seymour Fischman Jerome Fleishman Yale Friedlander Hilda Friedman Matthew Friedman Martin Friendman Sylvia Friedman Herbert Gallen Stanley Gladstein Thelma Glanz Henry Glascom Hal Godshaw Burton Goldberg Harry Goldberg Mortimer Goldberg Herbert Goldfarb Herman Goldstein Edith Golub Philip Gotlib Allyne Gottlieb Max Green Harry Greenbaum

Gerald Gross Marilyn Guttman Florence Haber Lynne Haberman Sherman Harmelin Harold Harris Murray Havelin Marcia Hendler Max Holland Robert Hweyman Henry Jacobius Trudy Jaffe Woodrow Jaffee Jack Kamen Max Kandler Charlotte Kantor Helen Kaplan Roslyn Kaplan George Kapnick Herbert Kassner Bertha Katz Edward Katz

Florence Kaufelt Alex Kaufman Adrian Kaufman Manual Kaufman Sheryl Kaufman Howard Kay Sam Klein Ruth Knispel Arthur Kobacker Faye Krupp Gloria Leeds Aaron Leifer George Lerman Eleanor Lerner Fred Ley Alvin Levine Anita Levinson Linda Levinson Bea Levy Lawrence Lewins Howard Lidov Harry Lokos

Helen Londo Alex Love Jayne Lowey Wally Madnick Elias Mann Shirley Marcus Abraham Marder Ethel Marsden Jack Miles Jane Morningstar Sydney Nadler Arnold Nestel Anita Newman Kate Obstgarten Gerald Ogan Stanley Okin Richard Okonow Mortimer Opper Charles Ott Benjamin Payson Murray Perlman Benjamin Picker

Bernice Polivy Harold Pomeranz Evelyn Portnoy Maurice Posner Carl Rasin Alvin Raskin Morton Reich Jerome Rieger Murray Ringel Henry Riseman Samuel Roberts Yale Rockower Robert Rodman Alan Rosenberg Daniel Ross Allen Rothenberg Caryl Rothman Jason Rubin Judy Rubin Burton Rudnick Eleanore Rukin Stanley Sachs

Dr. Seymour Salloway David Salzman Edith Sands Helen Sarasohn Lillian Schaffer Sherrill Schiff Dolores Schlesinger Irwin Schumer Sol Schwartzman Sylvia Sheftel Elmer Seaman Jay Shane Seymour Shinder Harry Sieber Samuel Silver Corinne Simon Carol Slaine Samuel Spear Ben Spitalsky William Spitalsky Frederick Spitzer

Anne Taub Joseph Taylor Jane Thomases Harold Toppel Harold Wax Beverly Weiner Louis Weiss Morton Weissman Gladys Weinshank Ruth White Leo Wilder Shirley Woldar Sam Wolf Sidney Wolgin Paula Zatlin Harold Zeveloff Adele Zimmerman Rita Zimmy Estelle Zweig Eugene Zwillinger


Honor Rolls

2008 Annual Campaign $500,000+ Barry & Carole Kaye** Harvey & Phyllis Sandler $250,000.00 - $499,999.00 Judy Levis Markhoff Lawrence Phillips** $100,000.00 - $249,999.99 Jerome Aresty Gloria and Lee* Baker Florence and Martin Brody Lester and Richard Cohen Rani Garfinkle Ronald Krancer Jerome Lorber The Marcus Foundation, Inc. William Newman Jack and Marilyn Pechter Foundation Lois and Robert Pergament Ellen R.Sarnoff Caren and Michael Weinberg William Weprin $50,000.00 - $99,999.99 Judy Bell Elliot Brody Ruth Coleman** Sylvia Fried Shelly and Lynn Goldstein Beverly R.Gross Irving Jaffe Bernard Kaminsky Abner and Mildred Levine Bette Lorber Robert and Lisa Mintz** * deceased

Jane Morningstar* Howard Poorvu Larry Silver Dr. Carol S. Smokler** Teddy Struhl Sidney and Judith Swartz Norton Waltuch Ruth Weinberger Barbara Weprin $25,000.00 - $49,999.99 Elaine Adler Myron Adler Jerome Altheimer Steven Bedowitz* Bernard Beifield* Carol Benach Ronald Benach Anne Brenner Helene Brody Maurice Bucksbaum Edward Burns Freyda Burns Myron Chapman Norma Cohen Phyllis Cohen Jane Cornell Richard and Marilyn Davimos Phillip DeZwirek John Diamond Annette Dubner Gail and Robert Edelstein Helene Eicoff Edward Epstein Eleanor Epstein Freda Epstein Lawrence and Diane Feldman Barry Friedberg Bernice Friedman Ronald Gallatin

** a portion of these funds have been redirected

Joseph Galluzzi Ruth Gelfenbein Stanley and Martha Ginsberg Grace Goldberg Deborah Goldman Peter Goldman Bernard Goldstein Jerry Gorelick Phyllis Greenman Julius Guttman James and Carol Herscot James Jacobs Anne Jacobson Norman Jacobson Eleanor Jaffe Mildred Kaminsky Tobee Kaplan Howard Kaye Pamela Kaye Shirley Aidekman-Kaye Donald Kline Simon Konover Jerry and Debra Kramer Evelyn Krancer Jeffrey Kukes and Joanne Fielder Charna Larkin Dorothy Lipson Carl Marbach Helen Marbach Cynthia Marks Morton and Louise Macks Sheldon Maschler Carlyn Mayer Manuel Mayerson Irene Milin Joseph Mishkin Howard Needleman Felice Neuwirth Ruth Nussdorf Edward and Florence Paley – The Edward and Florence Paley Foundation Morton Pickman

Barry Podolsky** Mrs. Edward Polen Dollsey Rappaport Norman M. Ricken Bernard Roberts and Elaine Stein Roberts Sylvia Rosen Michael Rothbaum Richard Kwal and Dr. Gail Rubin Kwal** Arthur Rudolph Sanford Sandelman Susan Sandelman Harriett Sands Irving Sands Norton Sarnoff Cynthia Hollander Schechner Michael Schiffman David Schimel Dorothy Seaman Ronald Sedley Harriet Shanus Michael Sheinson Marion Silberberg Deborah Silver Marlene Silver Eleanor Silverstein Joseph Sitrick Martin and Edith Stein Manfred Steinfeld Robin Struhl Warren Struhl Stewart Sunness Barry Sylvetsky Lenore Tagerman** Ruth Taubman Jeanette Vogel Sherman Vogel Maurice Weill Paul Weiner Carole Weinstein Marcus Weinstein Barton Weisman Shirley Weisman

Daniel Weiss Stephen Winig Clarence Wolf Jr. & Alma B. Wolf Foundation, Inc. ** Etta Zimmerman $10,000.00 - $24,999.99 The Rodstein Foundation Ohio Savings Charitable Foundation Anonymous III Evelyn Africk David Ain Helen Ain Audrey Altheimer Lorraine Aresty Margie Baer Adele Barron Stanley Barry Helen Beck M.L. Bedowitz George Bell Renee Belman Franklin Benamy Joan Benamy Gerald Berkman Patsy Berman Henri Bertuch Laurence and Michele Blair Jean Blechman Jeff Bleustein

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Michael Block Leona Brauser Arthur Braverman Joan Brawer Yetta Bregman Isabel Brenner Linda Brodie Dorothy Bucksbaum Eleanor Carman Francine Chackman Jerry Chod Norma M. Cohen Phil Cohen Robert Colton Alan Cornell Milton Cutler Dr. George and Vivian Dean Bernard Eichenbaum Helen Eisenberg Ronald and Rona Eisenberg Lois Elkman Stanley Elkman Harvey Engel and Janine Kramer Engel Karola and Aaron Epstein Barbara Feingold Leona Feldman Jeanne Fibus Harriet Finger Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fingerhut Mel Finkelstein Annabelle Fishman Ina Fox Jeffrey Fried Dell Friedland Beatrice and Leon Friedman Charitable Foundation – Joyce and Roger Levy, Directors Donald Friedman Herbert and Marion Friedman Howard and Elayne Friedman Anne Frisman Larry Frisman * deceased

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Larry and Arlene Fruman Estelle Futterman Meryl Gallatin David and Louise Galpern Renee Gant Iris Gelber Norma Geller Stephen and Gail Gerzof Helen Goldband Robert Goldberg Eileen Goldman Michael Goldman Selma Goldstein Carolyn Goodman Dorothy Goodman Bernard Gordon Kinnie Gorelick William Gorelick Albert Gortz Stephen Grabelsky Richard and Nancy Grant Jane Greenberg Martin Greenberg Barry Greenfield Nancy Greenfield Warren and Gail Greenspoon Abe and Alice Gross Aaron Gural Judy Gushner Calvin Haddad Stephanie Halio Debra Halperin Jeffrey Harris Jodi Harris Stewart Harris Adele Hast David Hast Doris Heisler Richard Hendler Mimi Hirsch Lois Hollander Marissa Hollander Eydie Holz

** a portion of these funds have been redirected

Stephen Holzman Abraham Irwin Dalia Jarashow Morton Jarashow Charlotte Joskow Jules Joskow Polly Kaltenbacher Betty Kane Herbert Kane Leonard Kaplan Thomas Kaplan Daniel Katz Thomas Katz Myrna Keisman Ann and * Dr. Charles Kelman Marcia Kent Joan Kessel Rita Keywell Albert Klein Marion Kleinkramer Henry Kort Larry Kravet Patricia S. Kukes Madeline Blondman Lax Michael and Sydelle Lazar Carole Sue Lebbin-Spector and Phillip Spector Adele Lebersfeld Lucille Lerman David and Lois Lerner Gloria Lester Shirley Leventhal Herbert R. and Elaine Levine Sandra Levine The Leon Levine Foundation Harvey Levins Herbert Levitt Robert Levitt Barbara G. Levy Debra and Marc Levy Jaye Levy Carole Lichterman Sandra Lippy

Roxane Lipton Herbert Littman Lila Sarah Lubov Daniel Lushan Victor Markowicz Marjorie Marlowe Deborah Meisel Gene Mesh EK Miller Esther Miller Lee Miller Marvin Miller Paul Miller Beth P. Mishkin Janet Morris Ruth Morrison Claire Myers Dorothy Nadolny Larry and Robin Nagle Millicent A. Nathan Bennett and Ruth Nathanson Stanley and Adella Nemer Cindy Nimhauser James Nobil Michael Ostroff Leonard and Serene Paletz Robert Paston Jules Pearlstine Sandra J. Perkins Margie Plough David Polen Georgina Polokoff Seymour Powers Clarice Pressner Wendy Pressner Seymour Rappaport Deana Richman Myrna Ricken Gilda Rieger H. Richard Roberts Michael Rose Muriel Rosen Jeff Rosenberg

Phyllis Rosenstock Amy Ross Gladys Rothbaum Harold Rothstein Robin Rubin Sandra Rubin Marilyn Safenowitz Janet Sahr Gordon Salganik Lynn Joy Sapoff James Satovsky Renee Schindler Dolores Schlesinger* Jack Schwalb Louis Schwartz Beverly Senville Phyllis Seresky Sol Shanus Gerald Shapiro Paul Shapiro Jerry Shaw Rosalie Silberman Martin Silver Seymour and Rosalyn Silver Sol and Irene Silver Jan M. Silverman Anita Simon Mr. and Mrs. Eric Simon Margie Simon Susan Simon Nancy Singer Renee Singer Judith Sirkin Selma Sitrick Rhonda Small Florence Soble Shirley Solomon Dani Sonnenblick Marcia Spear Mildred Sperling Frederick Spitzer* Charlotte Stein Elaine Stein

Daniel and Helene Sterling Allan Stillman Marion Stillman Herbert G. Stolzer James Stoneman Janice Sussman Stanley Sussman Velia Sweet Amy Sylvetsky Philip Tarter Martin Tash Irwin Thomases Leonard Thun The Toppel Family Foundation Riki Tulin Lois Victor Phyllis Victor Clifford Viner Jill Viner Phyllis Wachtel Anita Waltuch Adrienne Weill Eleanor Weiner Pamela Weinroth Donna Weiss Jerry Weiss Marvin Weiss Selma Weiss Marilyn Weissglass Bernice and Edward Wenger The Richard L. and Lois S. Werner Family Foundation Carol Winig Toby Wintrub* Dorothy Meyers Wizer Sidney Wolgin* Barbara Wolk Barbara Yaspan Maury Young Denise and Jordan Zimmerman Lyna Zommick


Honor Rolls $5,000.00 - $9,999.99 The Gendal Family Charitable Foundation I L Cohen Foundation Inc. Claire Abrams Elaine Abrams Terry Adelman Nathan and Iris Adler Sandi Adler Philip Altheim Joel Altman Marilyn Anderson Cynthia Aronsohn Gail Asarch-Satovsky Dorothy Rose Ascherman Cherie Baer Elaine Baker Adam Bankier Candy Barbag Alice Barbanel Malinda Baronoff Marilyn Barry Doris Beck Marcia Beckerman Lynn Bedowitz Rosalyn Beifield Deborah Belford Phyllis Bell Sylvia Bell Enid and Maxwell Bentley Family Foundation Ann and Joseph Berkman Doris Berkman Paula Berkowitz Robert Berkowitz Vera Berkowitz Barbara Berman Ella Berman* Joan Berman Lori Berman Rose Berman Sandra Berman

Hilda Berner Charla Bernstein Ilene Bernstein Lee Bernstein Howard and Maxine Bernstein Rose Bernstein William Bernstein Susan Besdine Louise Birnberg Erika Bishins Harold Bishins Hildi Black Brenda Blatt Henrie Blau Brenda Bleustein Saree Block Margaret Blume Harold Blumenkrantz Nancy Blumenkrantz Stanley and Esther Bober Adele Bogard Jeanette Bogart Delores Botnick Leon Brauser Fay Braver Helen Braverman Eileen Breakstone Marilyn Brecher Iris Brener Suzy Bresky Harold Brode Barbara Brodsky Harvey Brodsky Judith Bronsteen Suzanne Brooks Leo and Annette Brown Helen Budd John Budd* Dorothy Burke Irving Burke Joel Busel Arlene Bushell Gordon Bushell

Phyllis Butters Fran Butwin Jerome Butwin Mickey Cail Bernice Caine Doris Cantor Florence Carples Florence Cayne Ellen Channing Jon Channing Edna Charles Dana Charles-Kodner Hannah Chestnov Richard Chestnov Stephanie Chestnov Geraldine Chod Caryn Clayman Leah Coblitz Helen Cohan Barbara D. Cohen Barbara Cohen Bella and Philip Cohen Mickey Cohen Pamela Cohen Prudence Cohen Shirley Cohen Stanley Cohen Francine Cole* Allan Coleman Nancy Coleman Andrea Colton Gladys Cook Dorothy Cooper Joseph and Annette Cooper Leon Cooperman Blanche Cramer Joan Cramer Sydney Cramer Robert Crane Joyce Croft Helen Cyker Dolly Dan Merwyn Dan

Judith David Helen Davis Jane Davis Sarafae Dear Ralph Delman Jill Deutch Peggy DeZwirek Sandra Dickerman Tami Director Aileen Disick Nancy Donner Leonard Dopkins Alvin and Barbara Doppelt Albert Dubin Pauline Dubin Andrea Dubroff Marion Dubrow Jerome Edelman Nancy Edelman Merylin Edelson Fern Edwards Marla Egers Barbara Eidelsberg Anne Ellman Esther Ellman Gloria Emalfarb Sandy Ende Bernard and Leslie Ettinger Jaclynn Faffer Adele Feinerman Marian Feinman Esther Feintuck Norman Feintuck Mitzi Feldman Jay Felner Shirley Felner Ellen Feuerman Cohen Beverly Feurring Dale Filhaber Madeline Finch Wesley Finch Beverly Fine Gloria Fine

Elaine Finkelstein Harold Finkelstein Joan Firestone Jane Fishkoff Ellen Flank Alice Flateman Melody Fleisher Shirley Fleishman Sandra Foreman Mildred Forsythe Marcia Fox Richard Fox Lori Frankfort Harriett and Morton Freedman Roni Freedman Deena Freeman Alfred Fried Arlene “Leni� Fried Florence Friedberg Kathleen Frieder Elaine Friedland Harold Friedland Betty Friedman Delores Friedman Lillian Friedman Carol and Ronald Friedsam Miriam Friend Rhoda Frischer Janet and Daniel Fruchter Sheila Fuente Dr. Sheila Furr Jack Futterman Leona Gale Marilyn Gale Donna Ganslaw Suzy Garfinkle Martha Gaynor Elaine Gebel Melvin Gebroe Linda Gefen Irv Geffen Rochelle Gendler Helene Gerber

Rose Gindel Judith Gittinger-Temple Thelma E. Glanz* Gerta Gleich Marilyn Glickfield William Godfrey Anne Gold Bea Gold Myra J. Gold Arthur H. Goldberg Ellen Goldberg Joan Goldberg Lois H. Goldberg

Lois Goldberg Marjorie Goldberg Raymond Goldberg Sidney Goldberg Suzanne Goldberg Joan Goldburg Ronald Goldburg Phyllis Golden Allen Goldenberg Arlene S. Goldenberg Philip Goldfein Alvin Goldgram Marilyn Goldman Judith Goldsmith

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Dorothy Goldstein Irene Goldstein Lynn Goldstein Naomi Golieb Glen Golish Rosa Golish Edward Gollob Edith S. Golub* Nancy Gooze Doris S. Gordon Ethel Gordon Michael Gordon Paul Gordon Helene Gorenstein Sal Gorge Marilyn Gotterer Ann Gottlieb Emily Grabelsky Shirley Grallnick Barbara Grant Dr. Myron Green Fran Greenbaum Bernice Greenberg Harold Greenberg Samuel Greenberg Sandra Greenberg Eleanor Greenblatt Aimee Greenhouse Jean Greenspan Louis Gritz Barbara Gross Harriet Gross Henni Gross Maurice Gross Victor Gross Honora Grossbardt Jerome Grossbardt Seymour Grundy Martin Grunley Harvey Gushner Dayvee Bonnie Guthartz Marilyn Guttman* Rita Haddow * deceased

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Gloria Haft Furman Dorothy Halperin Lawrence Halperin Alan Halpert Linda Halpert Barry Hamerling Gloria Harris Jane Harris Dolores Hartzmark Lee Hartzmark Abraham Hazelcorn Helen Heiman Lenore Helfman Lily Helft Joy Hendel Marcia Hendler* Karen Herbstman Ilyne Herling Lester Hersch Molka Hersch Eileen Herskowitz Helene Herskowitz Robert Herskowitz Reata Hirsch Lorna Hoffman Suretta Hollander Lorraine Holzer Joan Holzman Sondra Homer-Warner Marilyn Horn Toby Horowitz Marjorie and Mitchell Horwin Mara Huber Allan Hutensky Eileen Ingerman Elissa Iny Alitta Irwin Karen Irwin Stephen Irwin Eileen K. Isdaner Barbara Jacob Adrienne Jacobs Carol Jacobs

** a portion of these funds have been redirected

Celia Jacobs Joyce Jacobs Trina and Robert Jacobs Jack Jacobson Ruth Jacobson Trudy Jaffe* Woodrow Jaffee* Diane Jaffin Pauline Jesser Jan Jiler William Jiler Erna Judson Doris Juster Donald Kabat Sharon Kabat Jack Kabcenel Sherry Kalish Royce Kanofsky Leslie Kantor Eileen Kaplan Jean Kaplan Lilly Kaplan Marilyn L. Kaplan Pamela Kaplan Roslyn Kaplan* Joyce Kaplowitz Mort and Rochelle Karper Sydell Kastenbaum Arlene Katz Caroline Katz Melvin Katz Nancy Katz Nicole Katz Seymour Katz Susan Katz Lois Katzman Paul Katzman Phyllis Katzman Janet Kaufman Sheryl Kaufman* Shirley Keller Cecelia Kempler Howard Kent

Benjamin Kerr Evelyn Kerr Sandra Khaner Pearl Kier David Kirschner Amy Klein Cynthia Klein Frances Klein Gloria Klein Judith Klein Robert Klein Heidi Kleiner Andrea Kline William Klinsky Barbara Knee Elaine Kofsky Doris Konover Wendy Koolik Zita Kort Howard Koslow Jane Koslow Edith Kossoff Margaret Kottler Vera Krakauer Herbert Krickstein Dania Kier Kronick Norma Kugler Leonard Kulick Elyssa Kupferberg Barbara Kushnick Irving Kuskin Marilyn Kuskin Gail Rubin Kwal Donna Lamm Jeffrey Lamm Peter and Susan Lande Gloria Landis Michael Laupheimer Eudine Laurans Barbara Learner April Leavy Herman Lebersfeld Helga Lechner

Albert Lechter Lisa Leder Ann Lederman Frieda S. Leemon Carol Leff Gerald Legow Ruth Legow Elaine Leibowitz Esther Leno Manny D. Leno Marianne Lerner Arlene Levenson Georgine Levin Marlene Levin Aileen Levine Ann Levine David Levine Lawrence Levine Michael and Patricia Levine Susan Levine Thelma L. Levine Audrey Levinson Ellen Levitt Paula Smith Levitt Bea Levy* Irving Levy Jack Levy Sally Levy Gerald Lewin Mildred Lidov Ellen Liebman Ellie Lifton Harvey Lifton Martin Lifton William Lippy Roberta Lipson Michael Lipton Randolph Lipton Shirley Liss Linda Littman Adele Loeb Charlotte Lotker Dorothy Love

Peggy Lowell Florence Lowenstein Jacqueline Lowy Lila Luber Barbara Lurie Loren Lyon Peggy Madan Robert Madan Carol Magod Joyce Mandell Rhea Mandell Anita Manes Michelle Mankoff Barbara Manning Billi Marcus Cynthia Markowitz Beverly Marks Paul Marks Dorothy Martin Pauline Mash* Phyllis Maxwell Beatrice Mayer Nicolette Mayer Gail Mayerson Rhoda Mayerson Andrea McCutcheon Linda Melcer Martha Melcer Mark Mendel Mona Mendelsohn Gail Mendelson Arlene Merson Elise Mesh Elliot and Helen Mesirow Phoebe Metzger Rita Meyer Sandra Meyer Libby Meyers Beverly Miller Bobbie Miller Carol Miller Eugene Miller Geraldine Miller


Honor Rolls Howard Miller Thelma Miller Arthur and Madeline Millman Carol Minkin Carol Minkoff Gilbert Mintz Joan Mintz Deborah Morgenstern Sydney Morris Elaine Morse Dale Nadel June Nathanson Sandra Needleman Orrin Neiburger Fran Newberg Jerry Newberg Robert Newman Vicki Newman Udella Newman Lynn Nobil Fritzi Ohren Julius Ohren Judith Oren Andrea Orleans Barbara and Alvin* Orlian Edgar Otto Janice Parsont Myrna Paston Samuel Paul and Dorothy Blackman Shirley Pearlstine Natalie Pelavin Janice Pelz Jeffrey Perkins Stuart Perlen Wilma Perlman Rita Perlow-Langue Evelyn Perlstein Sondra Pickelny Gladys Pickman Lorraine Pivnick Maurice Plough Estelle Plous Selma Pluznick

Lois Podolsky Susan Podolsky Helen Pokotilow Bernice Polivy* Mary Jane Pollack Beth Pollak Gail Pollak Dorothy Pomerance Arline Portnoy Alice Powers Dale Pratt David Pratt Joyce Preiser Stanley Preiser Marian Prince David Queller Gary Rabiner Letty Rabiner Barbara Rabinowitz Maynard Rabinowitz Amy Rader Blanche M. Rader Harriet Rader Kevin Rader Susan Rahn Constance Rakity Wendy Rapaport Beverly Raphael-Altman Roz Rapp Elaine Ravich Gerry Reich Frederic Reitman Beverly Rhodes Donald Rich Miriam Rich Judith Richards Hyman Richman Donna Richter Jerome Rieger* Carol Rifkin Carol Rippner Louis Rippner Jane Roberts

Andrew Robins Carolyn Robins Donna Robins Charlotte Robinson Muriel Robinson Rose Robinson Rudolph Robinson Pearle Romanoff Elayne Romanz Doris Rome Eleanor Rones Jill Rose Mary Rosen Marlene Rosenbaum Barbara Rosenberg Deborah Rosenberg Della Rosenberg Fred and Ann Rosenberg John Rosenberg Andrea Rosenfield Ardath Rosengarden Mindy Rosensweig Elinor Rosenthal Elizabeth Rosenthal Bernice Rosenzweig Sylvia Rosett Barbara Rosinsky Bonnie Rosner David Rosner Norma Ross Arthur Roth Elaine Roth Carol Rothenberg Caryl Rothman* Muriel Rothman Charlotte Rubin Cynthia Rubin Judy Rubin* Marvin Rubin Florence Rubinstein Cora and Leon Ruchlamer Morton Ruderman Arlene Ruff

Edward Ruff Eleanore Rukin* Elizabeth Sadwith Robert Saex Norman Saferstein Dorothy Saft David Saginor Corinne Saldanha Melvin Salomon Trust Phyllis Salsberg Sylvia Salzberg Ruth Samuels Phyllis Sanders Ruth Sandler Suzan Sankel Jeanne Sankin Harriet Saporta John Saril Susan Saril Judy Satzberg Linda Saul Betsy Savelle Sidney Savelle Sugar Savin McCauley Dorothy Schachne Edward Schachter Lucy Schachter Gill and Lucia Schapiro Phyllis S. Scher Alvin Schiffman Alison Schimel Norman Schlanger and Judith Kay Sarah B. Schlesinger Wendy Schlesinger Audrey Schlossberg Charles Schneer Paul Schneider Edward Schneiderman Elayne Schoke Shirley Scholsohn Sue Schonfeld Alison Schreier Andrew Schreier

Florence Schubert Howard Schubert Monroe Schulder Malkah (Mickie) Schulman Lisa Schultz Judi Schuman Arline Schuster Stephanie Schuster Betty Schwartz Dorraine Schwartz Helen Schwartz Hyman Schwartz Jacqueline Schwartz Jay and Elaine Schwartz Muriel Schwartz Ray Schwartz Elmer Seaman* Dottie Segal Paula D. Segal Clifford Seresky Beverly Shapiro Elaine Shapiro Norman Shapiro Olivia Shapiro Harriet Shavitz Patsy Shaw Lewis Sheketoff Sylvia Sheketoff Claire Sheres Rosalie Sherman Janet Sherr Judith Sherwood Iris Shlansky Milton Shlansky Arthur Shoyer Eda Shvetz Gertrude Siegel Mary Siegel Sheldon Siegel Lisa Siemens Robert Siemens Sonia Sifen Leonard Silberman

Janet and Robert* Silver Rita Silver and Sonny Judson Stuart Silver Carol Silverman Elaine Silverman Marshall and Diane Silverman Bernice Silverstein Joyce Silverstein Robert Silverstein Sheldon Silverstein Elissa Simberg Rochelle Simms Allen Simon Cynthia Simon Donald Simon

Marilyn Simon Weinberg Sylvia Simon Saul and Fran Singer Susan Singer Myrna Skurnick Donald and Candice Slavin Barry and Rochelle Smith Judy Smith Marjorie Smith Irene Snyder Stephen Soble David Sokol

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Allan Solomon Rita Sorrel Phyllis Spielman Edythe Spielvogel Arnold Spring Maurine Starr Bernice Staub-Herman Bernice Stearman Joan Stein Libby Stein Loren Stein Naomi Steinberg Fern Steinfeld Dolores Stern Max Stettner Toby L.Stolzer Barbara Stone Betty Stone Joel A. Stone Marcia Stone Susan Stone Howard Strauss Judi Strauss June Strauss Sheila Strauss Esther Summer Bonnie Sunness Shirley Sweet-Ehrlich Diane Sykes Doris Tamarkin Jerry Tamarkin Estelle Kay Tandet Carol Taub Bernice Teltser Leah Temkin Jane Thomases* Nancy Thornton Anne Thun Phyllis Topchik Patricia Toppel Betty Tuchman Elaine Tuckerman Marilyn Tulgan * deceased

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Stanley Tulgan Jerry Van Susan Van Barbara Vanefsky Mollie Verebay Herbert Victor Diane Vogel Rosalind Waitman Ethel Waldman Robert and Freida Wallstein Penny Walzer Sandra Wasserman Norma Waters Ruth K. Webber Merle Weidenbaum Shari Weidenbaum Marilyn Weigensberg Carolyn Weil Renee Weinberg Toby Weinman Palchik Marjorie E. Weinstein Eve Weintraub Ceal Weisenberg Andrea Weiss Beverly Weiss Doris Weiss Irene Weiss Allan Weitzman Regina Weitzman Serena Werber Barbara Werner Donald Werner Murray and Arlene Westreich Linda Wexler Jacquelyn Wheeler Lillian Wilen Douglas S. Winter Eleanore Winter Wolf Wittenberg Ilene Wohlgemuth Peter Wohlgemuth Shirley Woldar* Jerome Wolens

** a portion of these funds have been redirected

Lois Wolf Jerome Wolff Acey Wolgin Jacqueline W. Wolgin Rachelle Wolgin-Blick Nathan Wolk Karen Wollowick Laura Yellin BabsYoung Jane Yudell Barbara Zallea Ricky Zarn-Stern Susan Zeff Bertha Zimmerman Rita Zimmy* Betty Zinman Mildred Zucker Norman Zucker Ruth Zuker Lisa Zwig Gerstein

$1,000.00 - $4,999.99 Zallea Foundation Temple Beth El of Boca Raton Miscellaneous Boca Raton LOJE of Shirley Gould Benjamin Gittlin Foundation Richard Abrahams Rita Abrams E. Leslie Abramson Don Ackerman Howard and Arlene Ackerman Jeanette Adams Michael Adin Susan Adin Arthur Adler Jack Africk Jonathan Agus Charlotte Ainbinder Jacob Ainbinder

Adele Press Albert Jack and Evelyn Albert Harold Albinder Joel Alexander Ralph Allen Asher Alpern Henry and Carolyn Altman Norman Altman Albert Anikstein Irving Appel Paul Appelbaum Rebecca Appelbaum Betty Apple Hershel Arenberg Burton and Launa Arenson Jerrold Arons Charles Aronson Dorothy Aronson Irving Aronson Morton Aronson Raphael Aronson Steven Artzi Steven Asarch Richard Asher Itzhak Ashkenazy Leonard and Phyllis Attman Sidney Atzmon Rhoda August Robert August Helene Avidon Martin Axelrod Barry and Leslie Axler Natalie Bachman Ruth Bachrach Joan Bagley Jack Bagoon Merle Bagoon Elbert Bagus Rita Bagus Irving Baker Matthew Baker Sally Balkin Jerome Ball*

Marc Balmuth Harvey Barbag Toby Bardin-Shapiro Lenard and Joyce Baritz Eugene Barnett Guy and Nora Barron Jeffrey Baskies Ely Batkin Irving Baumwald Felix Beck Louis Beck David Beckerman Michael Beckerman Shirley Becker-Silfen and Arthur Silfen Charles Bederman Judith Beiner Leonard Bell Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Belsky Steven Belson Lois Bender Seymour Beneroff Joseph and Lisa Bensmihen Joan Z. Berenson Doris Berenzweig Robert Bergen Annette Berger Barry and Marilyn Berger Irving Berger Scott Berger Seymour Berger Wesley Berger Arthur Bergman Annie Bergner Rosalyn Berk Lester Berkow Lloyd and Lorrie Berkowitz Sarah Berkowitz Deanna Berkson Robert Berkson Carole Berlin Harriet Berlin Irving Berlin

William Berlin Arnold Berliner Anita Berman Arnie and Sandy Berman Jonathan Berman Malcolm Berman Rita Berman Samuel Berman Seymour Berman Robert Bermant

Beverly Bernard Sanford and Dorothy Bernay Joseph Bernstein Robert Bernstein Rhoda Bertuch Lawrence Berul Henry Bialer Alan Bilgore Burt Bines Mathew Birnbaum Melvin and Ellen Birnbaum Jack Birnberg Gail and Robert* Birrer Asher Black, M.D. Harold Black


Honor Rolls Helen Black* Walter Black Ethel Blanchard Esther Blank Robert Bliss George Bloom Arthur Blutstein Jack Bobb Sheldon Boden Annette Bodzin Robert Bohrer Sheila Bohrer Martin Bolnick Alan Borck Marlene Borman Norman Bortz Aaron Boxer Roslaide Boyer Jerome Braff and Ann Wilkof-Braff Wolfe and Lynn Bragin Benjamin Bragman Marvin Bransdorf Mark Braun Murray Braunstein Robert Breakstone Harry Brener Miriam Brenner Allan Bresnick Alan Bresson Shirley Brodlieb Theodore Brodlieb Burton N.Bromson – In Memory of -Carol B. Bromson Mark Bromson Alan Bronson Earl Bronsteen Burton Brooks Israel Broome Arthur Brovender Dolly Brown Steven Brown Israel Bruk David and Harriet Bubes

Myron Buchman Neil and Elaine Burd Dina Burg Melvin Burke Sondra Busch Sandra Busel Abraham Butnick Sam Butters Davida Bye Ted Bye Irwin Cain Morton Caine Stuart Caine Carole Cameron Walter Cameron Iris Caplowe Matthew Carpelow George Carson* Anita Chachkin Leonard Chackman Norman and Joy Chadwick Sam Chafetz Herbert Chauser Richard and Jan Chavis Murray Chernick Murray Chernicoff Alan Chernotsky Anwar Chitayat Walter and Naomi Chucnin Judith M. Chyten Robert Clair Candy Clark Ross Clark Joan Claster Edward Cogen Robert Cohan Stanley Cohan Albert Cohen Arnold Cohen Bernard Cohen Burton Cohen Danielle Cohen Donald Cohen

Edward Cohen Elsa Cohen Erwin Cohen Gerald Cohen Harold and Adelle Cohen Harold Cohen Harold Cohen Howard Cohen Lucille Cohen Marion Cohen Martin Cohen Dr. Philip B. Cohen Robert Cohen Sandra Cohen Shirley L. Cohen Solomon Cohen Alice R. Cohlan Howard Cohlan Arthur Cohn Sylvia G. Cohn Jacquie Coleman Jack Conrad Robert Cook Harold Cooper Phillip J. Cooper Sandra Cooper Richard Coplan Maxine Copulsky Eugene Cornick Sophie Cozier Donald Crain Sandra Crain Herbert Crane Dr. Steve M. Croft Herbert Cron Henry Cummins Robert Cummins Marvin and Lauren Daitch Julius Daniels Stuart Daniels Martin Dash Gilbert Davidson Myrna Davidson

Daniel and Karen Davis David Davis Dick Davis Herbert Davis J. Sanford Davis Marvin Davis Seema Davis Sol Davis Marvin Delfiner Sy and Judy Delfiner Ruth Delman Laurence Demerer Dr. Michael and Lila Demet Bernhardt Denmark Burton and Beatrice Dermer Sarah Deson-Fried Theodore Deutch Meryl Deutsch Sherman Devitt Marvin Dicker Harry Dickman Richard Dickstein Jay and Sharon DiPietro Jerry Director* Stuart Disick Elise Dolgow Kenneth Dollinger Martin Dollinger Craig Donoff Judi Donoff Avram Dorman Murray Dornfeld Leonard Douglas Edith Dresner Sy Dresner Paul Drucker Michael and Bobbie Drukman Jason and Vicki Dubinsky David Dubov Stanley Dubrow Ronald Dudwick Roberta Duker Elizabeth Dunn

Edwin Early and Beatrice Perer Sandra Eastman and Melvin Hootstein Donald Edelman Stanley Edelson Sandra Edison Selma Edlavitch* Michael Edrei Irving Edwards Helen Eichenbaum Harold Einhorn Melvin Einsidler Dorothy Einziger Bea Eisen Irwin and Joyce Eisen Herbert Eisenberg Alan Eisnitz Jack Elf Ellis Elgart Howard Elias Janet Elinoff Philip and Estelle Elkus Alex and Marge Ellenbogen Edward Ellman Ferne Emas Stanley Emas Yossi Ende Ruth Englander Joseph Epel Jack Erdle Elaine Ertischek Harry Ewig Lewis Fagen Morton and Pauline Farber Sheldon Farber Si Farber Sheri Farbish-Nachtigall Florence Feder Abe and Dolores Feinberg Alan Feinberg Max Feinerman* Samuel Feinerman Jeffrey Feingold Sanford Feinman

Richard Feintuch Elaine Feit Matis Feit Joseph Felber Joseph Feld Sophie Feldbau Bill Feldman Donna Feldman Steven Feldman Gerald and Irene Feller Morton Fellman Murray Felton Marvin Fenster Kenneth Fibus Sondra Fife Edward Filhaber Ralph Fine Estelle Finer Chet Finger Frank Fink Harold Fink Phyllis Fink Joyce Finn Lionel and Ruth Fisch Elizabeth Fischbein Jerome Fischbein Doris Fischer Paul Fischer Stephen Fish Catherine Fisher Florence Fisher Gerard Fisher Daniel Fishkoff Edward Flank Miriam Fleischman Cary Fleisher Mona and Gerald Fleisig Donald Fogel Avron Fogelman Lynn Foggle William Foggle David Follender Irma Follender

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Daniel Forsythe Erma Fox Howard Fox Morris Fox Neil Fox Ruth Fox Albert Frager Marion Frager Seymour Frank Benjamin Frauwirth Leonard Freed Dr. Nathan Freed Donald Freedlander Allan Freedman Eugene Freedman Herbert Freedman Howard Freedman Kay Freedman Lindy Freedman Simcha and Anna Freedman Barbara Frenkel Frieda Freshman Leon Frey Gloria Fried Roger Fried Suzanne Fried Theodore and Theresa Fried Howard Friedberg Phyllis Friedel Merle Frieder Fred Friedfeld Madeline Friedfeld Arline Friedman Arnold Friedman Benjamin Friedman Bernard and Leslie Friedman Harry Friedman Harry and Lillian Friedman Judith Friedman* Kenneth Friedman Mike Friedman Murray Friedman Harold Friehling * deceased

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Shirley Ann Friend Woody Friend Leonard Frischer Linda and Bernard Fromm James Fromstein Beth Frost Dale Frost Leonard and Marion Frumin Robert Furr Lauree Gable Gary Gagerman Raymond Galant Kenneth Gale Melvin Gale Mort and Norma Gallub Jeffrey Ganeles Stuart Ganslaw Elliot Gant Joseph and Olga Garay Fred and Elaine Gardner Marvin Gareleck Elias Garelick Betty Garfield Hillard Garlovsky Dr. Daniel and Beulah Garren Sylvia Garrett Joseph Garten Melvyn Gassman Lee Gaynor Robert and Betty Gaynor Ivan Gefen Harold Gelb Rae Gelfand Shirley Gelfand Harvey Gelfenbein Albert Geller Abraham and Charlotte Genderson Jill Genson David Gerber Toby Gerber George Gering Herbert and Arlene Gertner Anne Getlan

** a portion of these funds have been redirected

Solomon Getz Doris Gidding Bruce Gilbert Stephen Gilbert Richard and Sheila Gilburne David Gilinsky Alvin Gillman Robert and Patricia Gillman Milton Gilman Robert and Robin Gilman Daniel and Nancy Ginsberg Ira Ginsberg Robynn Ginsberg Seymour and Sandra Ginsberg Stephanie Ginsburg Cary and Robin Ginter Benjamin Gittlin Foundation Franklin Gladstone Hy Glantz Dr. Sanford Glanz Mortimer Glasofer Barry Glassman Jerome M. and Debbie Glassman Lila Glassman Max and Marge Glassman Jay Glat Arnold Glaubman Beverly Glaubman Leonard Glazer Dennis and Lois Gleicher Arthur Glickman Mark Glickman Dr. Shirley Glickman Evelyn and Allan Gluckstern Bernard Gochman Myrna Godfrey Stacey Goer Elaine Goetz Burt Gold Burton and Barbara Gold Jerome Gold Leo Gold Marion Gold

Mark Gold Myra Gold Arnold and Marjorie Goldbaum David and Lillian Goldberg Edwin and Dorothy Goldberg Efrem and Yocheved Goldberg Francine Goldberg Margaret Goldberg Robert Goldberg Ruth Goldberg Steven Goldberg George Goldenberg Bert Goldman Florie Goldman Howard Goldman Mildred Goldman Nanci Goldman Sue Goldman Albert and Elaine Goldstein Bernard Goldstein Lillian Goldstein Liz Goldstein Michael Goldstein Norman Goldstein Robert Goldstein William Goldstein William Goldstein Leonard Golombek Dr. Benjamin S. Golub Neil Golub Bernard Goodman Burt Goodman Daniel and Kathy Goodman Lisa and David Goodman Martin and Elaine Goodman Arthur Gordon Joel Gordon Julius Gordon Edward Gorenstein Nancy Gorge Jane Gortz David Gotterer Ileen and Alfred* Gottlieb

Irving Gottlieb Joseph Gottlieb Gerald Gouchberg Lita Gouchberg Lewis Gould Morris Gould Stanley Graber Kalmaine Graham Florence Grajwer Donald Grandis Barry Gray Ruth and Ben Grebow Jay Green Kathy Green Kenneth Green Robert E. Green Avi Greenbaum Morris Greenbaum Harold and Barbara Greenberg Martin and Barbara Greenberg Michael Greenberg Milton and Cecelia Greenberg Robert Greenberg and Stephanie Owitz Greenberg Roger Greenberg Stuart Greenberg William Greenberg William Greenblatt Barry Greene Norman Greene Lee Greenspon Murray Greiff Selma Greiff Sidney and Janice Grinberg Andrew Gross Gerald Gross* Hy Gross Joe Gross Judy Gross Morton J. and Toby Gross Roselyn Grossman Jerome S. and Joan S. Gudelsky Morris and Judy Gurevitch

Leah Gurian Robert and Joyce Guterman William Haas Anne Haber Gloria Haberman Lynne Haberman* Babs Haddad Beatrice Hagelberg Jill and Elijah Hagler Albert and Edith Haimes Robert Halio Barry Halperin Linda Halperin Alvin Halpern Sherry Halpern Morton and Irma Handel Eric Handis Lawrence and Barbara Harris Mark Harris Muriel Harris Nathanial and Pearl Harris Dr. Philip and Carol Harris Richard and Anita Harris Stanley and Annette Hart Mike Hartz Erwin Harvith Estelle Harwood Sanford Harwood Joan Hauser Hershel and Korene Hausman Jerome Hayflich Sallie Hayflich Lynn Hecht Marvin Hecht Donald Heiman Sylvia Heisman Paul and Frances Heller Auta Hendler Herbert Herling Alma Herman Harvey Herman Sidney Hersch Jack Hersh


Honor Rolls Sanford Hersh Bernie Herskowitz Janet Highbloom Stanley Highbloom Ross and Dorene Higier Robert Hiller Robert Himler Lee Hinderstein Toby Hinderstein Felix and Peri Hirsch Gloria Hirsch Howard Hirsch Jerome C. Hirsch Ronald Hirsch The Hirshorn Family Ben Hittleman Rowena Hoffman Ron and Ellen Hoffner Donna Holland Peter Holland Bruce Hollander Leonard Hollander Paul Homer Perry Hookman Rita and Stanley Horbar Harvey Horn Marlene and Zola Horovitz Martin Horowitz Marvin Horwitz Steve Huber Wolf Huettemann Alan Hurst Linda Hurst Beverly Hurwitz Harold R. Isdaner Charles Isroff Irving Ives Robert Izenstark Henry Jacobius* Alan Jacobs Elliot Jacobs Marianne Jacobs Richard and Tina Jacobs

Harold Jacobsohn Alfred Jacobson Allen Jacobson James Jacobson Russell Jacobson Suzanne Jacobson Kenneth Jacoby Meta Jacoby Arthur Jaffe Jack Jaffe Gertrude Jaffee Phyllis Jaffee Robert Jaffee Jack Jaiven Arthur Jaspan David Joseph – In memory of Miriam Joseph Vivian Kabcenell Michael Kadis Elaine Kagan Eugene Kagan Herman Kagan Dan Kahn Jeffrey Kahn Michael Kahn Ruth L. Kahn Carole Kalman Jack Kamen* Paul Kamen Sidney and Mildred Kaminsky Max Kandler* Gary and Denie Kane Robert Kanin Ron Kaniuk Calvin Kanter Carole Kanter Ann Kaplan Carl Kaplan Edward Kaplan Edwin Kaplan Elaine Kaplan Harold Kaplan Helen F. Kaplan

Herbert Kaplan Jacqueline Kaplan Lawrence Kaplan Louis Kaplan Stanley Kaplan Helen Kaptzan Toby Karan Herbert Karas Laurie Kardon Gabriel Karoly Paul Kashden Irving and Barbara Kass Sidney Kastenbaum Gloria Kastner Betty Katz E.L. Katz Florence Katz Gary Katz Gary Katz Harold Katz Harold Katz Henry and Deanna Katz Irwin Katz Joseph Katz Loeb and Natalie Katz Abby Katzman David Katzman James Kaufman Manual Kaufman* Margaret Kaufman Robert Kaufman Rose Kaufman Shep Kaufman Terry Kaufman Bertram Kay Chester Kay Ben kaye Howard Kaye Marjorie Kaye Sandy Kaye Adolf Keehn Daniel Keisman Alice Kemper

Isobel Kemper Sydney Kemper Alice Kent Ira Kent Lillian Kent Marian Kent Elliott Kerbis Alfred Kerzner George Kessel Shirley Kestenman Allen Kilik Sherwin Kite Harold Kittay George Kittredge Seymour and SylviaKivitz Sheldon Klahr Joyce Kleban Arthur and Mimi Klein Carole Klein David Klein Dr. Harold J. and Lila Klein Joseph Klein Joseph Klein Miriam Klein Ronald Klein Audrey Kleinfeld Stanley Kleinfeld Eugene Kleinwaks Gilbert Knauer Sara Jo Kobacker Herbert Kobin Jennifer Koenig Marvin Koenig Paul Koenig Mel Kofsky Jean Kohen Elliot Koolik Lore Koppel Carole Korn Morton Korn Ronald Korn Leo Kornblath Cynthia Koslow

Irwin Kossoff Joan Koven James Kraft Laurence Kramer Sarah Kramer Saul Kramer Jerry Kransdorf Oliver Krauss Dr. Alvin and Ginette Kravet Roman Kriegstein Philip Kriger Jack Krinick Seymour Krinsky Nancy Kronfeld Martin Kroot Daniel Kruger Lynn Kruger Dolores Krugman Mayer Krupp Sol Kugler Seymour L.Kunin Philip and Jill Kupperman Norman Kurlander Helene Kurtis Lawrence Kurtis Bertram and Eleanor Kurtz Bradley Kurtz Ronald Kushner Marvin Kushnick Matthew Kutcher Gertrude Kutner Leon Kweit Ted Lafair Jerry and Barbara Lampert Arthur Landesman David Landesman Shirley Landwirth Edward Lane Linda Lane David and Arlene Lanter Hermine Lash Marvin Lash Penny Lash

Lee and Edene Lasser Elinor Laupheimer Charlotte Lax Philip Lax Mel and Lee Lazar Mel and Ina Lazerick Bernard and Marilyn* Leader Arnold Learner Joyce Leavitt Russell Leavitt Roger Leavy Natalie Lebau Eric Lebersfeld Kenneth Lebersfeld Melvin Lechner Paul Lederer Leonard Leeds Mimi Leeds Harvey Leff Dr. S. Robert Leff Alan and Eleanor Lefkowitz Joseph Leflein Wayne Legum Wendy Legum Madalyn Lehman Myrna Lehr Eunice Lehrer Stanley I. Lehrer Walter Leibowitz Arthur and Jan Leichtung Sherman Lein

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Murray Leipzig Arthur Lerner George Lerner Howard Lerner Jack Lerner Norman and Inez Lerner Bertram Lesser Saul Lesser Thelma Levenberg Malcolm Levenson Rose Levenson Bernard Levi Herbert Levin Jack and Majorie Levin Nauma B. Levin Philip Levin Abe and Blanche Levine Alvin* and Jo Levine Elliot Levine Gladys Levine Janet Levine Marvin Levine Marvin LeVine Paul Levine Peter and Elizabeth Levine Robert Levine Stanley Levine Anita Levin-Epstein Harry Levinson Robert and Phyllis Levinson Gerald Levitt Gregory and Susan Levy Henry Levy Judith Levy Lawrence Levy Lee Levy Marcia Levy Mortin Levy Richard Levy Robert and Harriet Levy Ted and GladysLevy Barbara Lewin Arthur Lewis * deceased

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Arthur Lewis Milton Lider Phil Lieberman Emmanuel Liebman Bryna Liebowitz Francine Lifton David Light Joshua Light Sondra Light Stanley Lipman Irene Lippert Sheldon Lippert Bernard Lippman Myrna Lippman Ruth Lippman Howard and Marcia Lipschutz Jack Lipsey and Bernice Sobel Wendi Lipsich Edward Listengart Laura Litinsky Robert Livingston Nick Loeb Michael Loeffler Gerard Loewenstein Howard Loewentheil Leonora Loewentheil Lawrence Long Commander and Mrs. M.P. Lorber Jonathan Louis Olgalilia Louis Barry Love Herbert Lovit Irving Lowey Eugene Lowy Susan Ludwig Leon and Gloria Luger Harvey Lurie J. Zel Lurie Greg Lutin Ira Magod Mae Maidman Jocelyn Manes Bernard Marcus

** a portion of these funds have been redirected

David Marcus Dolly Marcus John Marcus Sara Marcus Shirley Marcus* Stuart and Ronnie Marcus Marc Margolies Marjorie Margolis Max Markel Anne and Raymond Marks Coralyn Marks Stanton Marks Edward Marlowe Muriel Marlowe Jerome and Norma Marsh Helen Marshall Lois Martin Morton and Eleanor Maslov Selma Maslow Sylvia L. Maslow Patricia Masser Sheldon Masser Bruce Mates Maxine Mates Eric Matheson Jerry Mayerson Joel Meisner Stephen Melcer Felix Mendelsohn Stephen Mendelsohn Jeffrey Mendelson Edward and Natalie Mensch Sanford Merkin Kurt and Ellen Merl Ruth Merns Jack Mesches Seymour Metnick Judy Metzger Nathan Metzger Max and Ursula Meyer Leonard Meyers Marcia Meyers Marvin Meyerson

Virginia Meyerson Alan Mibab Melvin Michaelson Leanne Mierson Arnold Mikelberg Ernest Milchman Jerry and Maxine Milgram Arthur Miller Diane Miller Edith Miller Eileen Miller Ernest Miller Milton Miller Robert Miller Sidney Miller Marc Minkoff David Mishkel Judy Mishkel Stanley Mitnik Eugene and Sheila Mondry Vera Monkarsh Isadore Moore Murray and Gladys Moore Leland and Jeannine Morris Stanford Morris Mel Morse Fredand Gloria Moss Shirley Mostov Stanley Muss Irwin and Laura Nable Sheri Farbish-Nachtigall Joan Nackman Les Nackman Robert Nathan Arnold and Gloria Nathanson Sallie Needles Stanley Needles Noah and Sabina Neiman Stanley and Barbara Neimark Beverly Neumetzger Jerry New Arthur Newman Charlene Newman

James Newman Jeffrey Newman Josephine Newman Joyce Newman Melvin Newman Myron Newman Rita Newman Harry and Sally Nosanchuk Ida Novack Scott Novack Phyllis Nussman Dr. Julius Obin Sol Odette Samuel Oksenhorn Harry and Natalie Olstein Arlene Oppenheim Eleanor Oppenheimer Melvin Opper Nettie Opper Murray and Rosalyn* Oratz Lawrence Orbach and Philip Epstein Sanders Orr Anne Osher Gerald Osinoff Ronni Osinoff Gerald Ostrow Nina Otto Edward Owens Miriam Owens Elliott Packer Peter Padorr Marvin and Marlene Padover Robert Parsont Lola Pasahow Anne Paskin Neil Patrick Baynard and Leona Paul Michael Paul Saul and Dorothy Pearl Beverly Pearlman Mark and Arlene Perlman Aaron and Carol Peck Marshall Pekin

Ronald Penner Lawrence Perelman Gary Perez Myra Perlen Alfred Perlstein Louise Perlstein Marvin and Phyllis Perry Lester Peskin Leonard Pfeffer Lawrence and Shirley Phillips Norman Pickelny Gloria Pinck Jack and Judith Pincus Murray and Peggy Pitkowsky Alan Platner Stephen Platt Stephen Ploscowe Wendie Ploscowe Eli Plotch Leonard and Eleanore Plotch Joanne Polin Marvin Polinsky Seymour Polishook Herb and Sandy Pollack Jack Pollack Len Pollak Carol Pollock Edwin Polokoff Eliot Popper Abraham Portnoy Hal Portnoy Simon Portnoy Arthur Posner Roslyn Posner Sidney Posner Madelene Posternak Noel Posternak Eugene and Rhoda Preslier Barbara Pressman Sheldon Pressman Herbert Price Dr. Ivin B. and Jocelyn Prince Sam and Joan Prizant


Honor Rolls Richard Projain Hertzel Pryzant Arnold Pusar James and Geraldine Quartner Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Queen Barry Rabinowitz Judith Rabinowitz Gloria Rachles Lawrence Rader Harold and Gloria Rafel Jeanne Raport Abraham Rapp David Ravich Richard Ravin Donald and Judith Rechler Stanley and Lori Regent Neil and Arlene Reger Morton Reich* Harold Reichenthal Irving and Elinor Reiner Roy and Elaine Reiner Harold Reinish Ruth Reinish Bernard and Elaine Reisin Howard and Helaine Resnick Martin Resnick Martin Riback Laura Richter Robert Rickel Norma Riessen Arnold Rifkin Ellis Rifkin Theodore Rifkin Gene Rintels Robert Rivner Jerome Robbins Babs Robin Robert Robin Charles Robins Bernard Robinson Donald Robinson Dr. Gerald Robinson Joyce Robinson

Judy Robinson Sylvia Robinson Glen Roderman Bertram Rodman Allan and Nina Rodolitz Albert Rodstein Dennis Rogers Robert and Eileen Roman Carlos and Melissa Romero Samuel and Bilha Ron Andrew Rose Carl Rose Edward Rose Rhoda Roseman David Rosen Harvey M. Rosen Joan Rosen Martin Rosen Marvin Rosen Saul Rosen Walter Rosen Alan Rosenberg* Alex Rosenberg Barry Rosenberg Edward and Shirley Rosenberg Jay S. “Buddy� Rosenberg Louis Rosenberg Robert Rosenberg Ruth Rosenberg Ted Rosenberg Gerald Rosenblatt Enid Rosenblum Jerome Rosenblum Joseph Rosenbluth Clive Rosenbusch Herman and Bebe Rosenfeld Steven Rosenfeld Solomon Rosenfeld Family Dr. Jack Rosensweig Beverly Rosenthal Henry Rosenthal Jack Rosenthal Kenneth Rosenthal

Stephen Rosenthal Marvin Rosett Martin Rosinsky Abby Ross Allen Ross Herb Ross Robert Ross Ronald Ross Stephan and Anita Ross Betty Roth Carol Roth Joel Roth Norman Roth Joseph Rothchild Shirley Rothchild Daniel and Eleanor Rothfeld Philip Rothman Aser Rothstein Evelyn Rothstein Marilyn Rothstein Ruth Rothstein Jack Rowen Helen Rubens Howard Rubenstein Myrna Rubenstein Benjamin Rubin Gary Rubin Marcia Ruderman Jeffrey Rudnick Susan Rudnick Milt and Rusty Rudo Millicent Rudolph Gerald Ruth Allen Sabath Maria Sachs Peter Sachs Frances Sacks Freda Sacks Theodora Sackter Rivka Sadja Sanford Sadja Alfred Saffer Steven and Margie Safran

Steven Sager Susan Sager-Gullo Jonathan Sahn Abe Saland Stephen Saldanha Edward and Sari Salinas Ruth Salloway Eli Salnick Sherman Salovitz Abraham Salsberg Albert Salzman Jerome Samuels Jay and Phyllis Sanders Murray Sanders Ben Sands Edith Sands* Meyer Sapoff Roy and Helen* Sarasohn Seymour and Diane Sard Elaine Sarnoff Jay Sarnoff Marvin Satisky Burton Satzberg Gordon Saul Jan Savarick David Savitt Marilyn Saypol Ronald S, Schacht Lola Schack Dr. Morris Schapiro Harold Schatz Mark Schaum Debra Scheer Sidney Scheinberg Elihu Schepps Joan Schepps Jack Scher Joy Scher Neil Schiller S. Howard Schiller Walter Schindler Jack Schlegel Les Schlesinger

Mel and Iris Schlesinger Daniel Schliftman Suzanne Schliftman Bernard Schmidt Martin Schneer Alan and Luella Schneider James Schneider Melvin Schneider Milford Schneiderman Barry Schneirov Howard Schnoll James Schoke Melvin and Leila Schott Louis Schreiber Florence Schreibman Bob Schumer Cole Schuster Steven Schuster Howard Schwab Tadd and Sandy Schwab Beverly Schwartz and Family Bill Schwartz Joseph Schwartz Leonard Schwartz Martin Schwartz Morton Schwartz David and Susan Schwartzfarb Sol Schwartzman* Bonnie Schweiger Daniel and Betsy Schwimmer Leonard and Ruth Schwimmer Arthur Seeman David Segal

Merton and Beverly Segal Paul Segal Lucille Seidenberg Barry Seinfeld Ronald and Linda Selbst Gerald Seltser Ruth D. Seltzer Laurie Semo Henry Sender Myer Senders Lester Seskin Mitchell Shadowitz Helene Shafran Rubin Shafran Alvin Shapiro George Shapiro Jerry and Florence Shapiro Leonard Shapiro Nina Shapiro Nita Shapiro Ronald Shapss Philip Sharaf Harold and Barbara Share Bernard Shatz Jack Shatz Bernard Shavitz Hally Shaw Mark Shaw Albert Shayne Carol Shear Frank Shear Murray Shear Alan and Barbara Shefter Robert Sheinkopf Sybil Sheinkopf Emanuel and Rhoda Shemin Jack Shenkman Miriam Shenkman Edwin Sherman Esther Sherman Harold Sherman Lawrence Sherman Richard Sherman

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Brian Sherr Nancy Sherr Honey Sherter Adele Shinder Barbara Ann Shore Ronnie and Jason Shrinsky William Shron Miriam Shulman Henry Shweitzer Donald and Carol Sider Sam Sidewater Sol Siegal Jay Siegel Lawrence Siegel Robert Siegel Ronald L. and Vicki L. Siegel Alvin Siegler Joseph Siegman Paul Sifen Marshall Sigel Sybil Sigel Harry Sigesmund Judith Silver Seymour Silver Sidney Silver Bernice Silverman Joseph Silverman Martin Silverman Lawrence Silverstein Monty and Judy Simmonds David Simon Jack and Jeanie Simon Leonard Simon Burton Singer Del Singer Ellen Singer Rabbi and Mrs. Merle Singer Rose Singer Saul Singer Deborah Singerman Morton Singerman Gurbachan Singh Sheldon Siskin * deceased

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Stanley and Sybil Siskind Dale Skala Murray Skala Jane Skelton Leo Sklar Herbert Slater Ann Sleeper Robert Sleeper Jay Slesinger Walter Sloane Beatrice Slomin Sandra Slomin Carmi and Mimi Slomovitz Alan Slootsky Abraham Small Stuart Small Lois Smirnoff Elayne Smith Harold Smith Larry and Elaine Smith Miriam Smith Mort and June Smith Herbert and Miriam Snyder Robert and Mary Snyder Edward Sodel Elaine Sodel Bud Solk Mike Solnik Evelyn Solomon Sandra Solomon Ruth Solomont Michael Sonnenreich Allen Sosin Joyce Sosin Gadi and Sara Soued Lloyd Spalter Samuel Spear* Judy Speizman Lawrence Speizman Julius Spencer Jerry and Barbara Spevack Morton Spiegel Stanley Spielman

** a portion of these funds have been redirected

Brian and Barbara Spiller Deborah Sponder Dr . Ann Freedman Spoont William St. Germain Dr. Burton Stavitsky David Stearman Gregory Steifman Alan and SherrySteigrod Alfred Stein Elinor Stein Gerald Stein Harve Stein Norman Stein Sorrell Stein Nathan Steinart Beverly Steinberg Charles and Gail Steinberg Irwin Steinberg Jack Steinberg Marvin Steinberg Melvin Steinberg Norman and Bettye Steinberg Richard Steinberg Selina Steinberg Stuart Steinberg Linda Steiner Lucille Steiner Sheldon Steiner Gerry Steinlauf Leonard Steinlauf Marilyn Steinman Philip Steinman Laurie Stevens Pauline Stillman Sol and Therese Stiss Marvin and Sheila Stockel Richard Stolls Arthur Stone Donald Stone Janis Stone Lewis Stone Norman Stone Howard Straus

Maury Strauss Norman Stricof Rita Strochak Linda Strosberg Phyllis Struhl Teddy Struhl Aubrey Strul Michael Supera Samuel Susi Beatrice Sussman David Sussman Leonard Sussman Phyllis Sussman Howard and Gisha Swernoff Howard Swidler Norman Tafet Jack and Jack Talve Kay Tamarkin Florence Tanzman Irving Taragan Howard Taranow Anne Taub* Marc and Ronna Taub Joan Taylor Robert and iris Taylor Alene Tecot Stephen Tecot Edward Teltser Libby Temkin Sherwood Temkin Betty Terkel Maurice Terkel Eugene and Suzanne Terry Donald and SuAnn Tescher Rabbi Perry and Miriam Tirschwell Martin Toback William and Halina Tollin Robert Topchik June Toppel Morris Trachten Burton Traub Shirley Trepel Dr. Benjamin Trichter

Donald and NanciTuck Donald Tuckerman Herbert Tyner Bert Udell Edwin Umanoff Norman Unger Rosalyn Unger Jerome Verlin Myron Vogel Ed Wachtel Herbert and Lenore Wachtel Helene Wallace Harvey Walpert Robert Wanderman Walter Warheit Alan and Nancy Warshow Michel Wassermann Edward Wasserson Paul Waters Lewis Wayne Ruth Wayne Charles Weber Herbert and Elaine Wechsler Randee Wechsler Richard Weidenbaum Irving Weigensberg Cathy Weil Ralph and Karen Weil Sheldon Weil Werner Weil George and Frances Weinberg Leon Weinberg Lillian Weinberg Alan Weiner Max Weiner Michael Weiner Irene Weinerman Marshall Weinerman Norman Weinger and Sylvia Wenger Robert Weinroth Caryl Weinstein George and Barbara Weinstein

Robert Weinstein Victor and Vicki Weinstein Alvin Weisberg Stuart Weisenberg Martin Weisfeld Howard Weiss Marlene Weiss Matt and Patty Weiss Morton Weiss Leon and Toni Weissberg Julius Weissman Charles Marvin and Elaine Weitzman Ruth White* Leonore Whiteman A.Edward Wilen Harry Williams Robert Wine Kenneth Winston Randi Winter Marvin Wische Gerard Witt Bette Wohlgemuth Dr. Paul R. Wohlgemuth Edward Wolf Jerome L. Wolf, Esq. and Susan Wolf Joan Wolff Robert Wolff Dr. Robert Wolfson Norman and Marian Wolgin William Wolgin Adele Wolinsky


Honor Rolls David Wolinsky Dr. Burton S. Wollowick Robert Yaffe Edward Yarock Muriel Yarock Robert Yaspan Gerald Yass Mark Yellin Murray Yogel Jay and Sharon Yospe Joel Yudenfreund Murray Yudin Myron Yudkin Hank Yunes Judy Yusem Dr. Bruce and Lesley Zafran Edward Zale Roberta Zale Michael Zavis Stanley Zerman Craig Zeuner Doris Zeuner Stuart Zeuner Naomi and Sidney Zichlin Paul Zieky Phyllis Zimble Barbara Zimmerman Michael Zimmerman Raymond Zimmerman Marda Zimring Eugene Zins Stanley and Carol Zola Joseph Zommick Dr. Bernard and Carole Zucker Alan Zuker Wayne and Ellen Zuskin Sandra and Eugene* Zwillinger Zwillinger Family Fund

$500.00 - $999.99 Schwarzberg Spector Duke & Rogers P.L. Arnold Aaron Sydell Aaron Evelyn Aaronson Salvador Abady Shirley Abelson Dale Adams Douglas Adams Louise Adell Albert Adelman* Phyllis Adler William Adler Lynne Agran Victoria Agron Evelyn Albert Irwin B. Albert Harold Altman Sherman and Jean Ancier Harvey Anikstein Linda Anikstein Beverly W. Apel Linda Appel S. Harold Appel Irving Appelbaum Morris Appelbaum Phyllis Applebaum Carl Arfa Arven Aronin Bernard and Mitzi Aronson Evelyn Aronson Henny Aronson Muriel Aronson Jerry Asher Phyllis Attman Herman Auerbach Arthur Avidon Cecile Axelrod Sol and Ruth Axman Linda Badal Adolph Baer

Margot Ballin Murray Balter Beryl Barenholtz Sonny Barnett Norman Barofsky Leonard Baron Katherine Barry Jan Barsel Stanton and Carol Bass Morton Batt Bert Bauman Jacqueline Bazelon Doris and Sol Beaver Linda Behmoiras Phyllis Beinstein Irv Benedon Mimi Bengio Gladys Benjamin Mae Benson Margo Berdass Barbara Berg Barbara Berger Bernard Berger David Berger Sandy Berger Stephen Berger Rhoda Berkow Harvey Berkowitz Murray Berliner Stan Berman Simon Bernstein Stanton Bernstein Annette Berul Harvey Beyer Melvin Bierman Shirley Bilker Josephine Birnbaum Stanley Black Elayne Blackman Hannah Blank Leonard Blank Howard Blatt Ronald Blau

Lorraine Bleustein Robert Bloch Stuart and Beth Bloch Dennis Block Harold Block Stephen Block Suzanne Block Marion Bloom Patsy Bloom Morton Blum Martin Bodian Jack Boeko Walter Bogart Marian Bolotin Shirley and Stanley Bond Ian Boss* Herman and Billie Bram Lawrence Brandes Barbara Braun Judith Braunstein Ruth Brause Allen Brayer Ruth Brazen Arthur Bregman Claire Breiner Leo Breitman Eileen Brenner Richard and Rhoda Brenner Marvin and Carole Bressler Murray Brill Sally Brisker Barry Broder Werner Brodman Gloria Brody Herbert Brofsky Ruth Brofsky Herb Brotspies Paula Brovender Bobbie Brown Dana Brown Philip Brown Phyllis Bruck David and Ruth Brumberg

Howard Brummer Laurence Brunswick Norma Brunswick Tanya Buchman Bayla Bulwa David Bushell Lillian Bushell Judith Butnick Leonard and Shirley Cahan Arthur Canter Carolyn and Louis Cantor Paul Cantor Doody and Irving Caplan Jack and Barbara Caplan Allan Caplowe Nancy Carpelow Joan Carroll Howard Casper Carolyn Caster Randi Caster Ronald Caster Gloria Chaban Zelda Chafetz Lila Chapin Annette Chernicoff David Dan Chernow Frank Chiaia Christian Chiari Robert Chod Lester and Miriam Citrin Stanley Civin Evelyn Clement Gene Clement Lois Cogen Elaine Cohen Elliot Cohen Hanford Cohen Jerome L. Cohen Joel Cohen Roslyn Cohen Sidney and Bette Cohen Edwin Cohn Barbara Cole

Stan Coleman Yetta Colin Eli Cooper Janis Cooper Jack J. Coopersmith Martin and Ida Cotler Ella Crane Alvin Curkin Deborah Curkin Mitzi Cutler Robert Dachman Fran Daniels Leah Daniels Gilah Danino Richard and Carolyn Danzansky Richard and Marlene Darnell Stuart Darrow Audrey Dash Ila Davidoff Robert Davidoff Stanley and Sandra Davidoff Jim Davidson Richard Davis Shirley Davis Margaret Davon Dennis Dean Rosalie Dean Stanley Deckelbaum Louis and Thelma Deitcher Paul Dennis Richard and Betty Deutsch Lois Devitt Nancy Devorris Bertram Diamond Allen Dickerman Richard Dickstein William and Betty Dimm Beverly Dion Philip Director Michael Ditzian Mary Sue Donohue Nathan and Elsie Doreson Bernard Dorn

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Sandi Dorn Joyce Dornfeld Herb and Lucky Douglas Stanton Drazen Alfred and Helen Dreyfus Bernard Drucker Dan Drykerman Patricia Drykerman Angela Dubrofsky Joe Dubrofsky Ada and Howard* Dunn Dan Duvall Marie Edelman Sheldon Edelman Lenore Edelson Martin Edlow Edith S. Eger Joan Eglow Martin Eglow Gilbert Ehrlich* Irving Eichenbaum Judy Einsidler Irving Eisen Patricia Eisen Robin Eisenberg Seymour Eisenberg Harry Eisner Sivia Elgart Geraldine Elkins Carol Ellish Ronald Ellish Charles Ellman

Gloria Ellman Aaron Engel Jerome Engerman David Englander Moe Engler Dr. Joseph and Diane Entine Norma Erdle Arlene Ettinger Irwin Ettinger Harry and Irene Exler Stephen Fattel Howard Feig Susan Feig Florence Feinberg Nancy-Jo Feinberg Anne Feinman Florence Feinstein Leonard and Judy Feldman Wallace Feldman Richard Felser Mikki Fenichel Norman Fenichel Beverly Ferber Bertram Fields Roberta Fields Albert and Ann Fils Robert Fineman Elliot Finkelstein Hinda Finston Larry and Beth Firestone Daniel Fischer Elaine Fischer Aline Fisher Jerry Fisher Ronald Fisher Yehuda Fishfeld Arthur Fishman Marvin Fishman Melvin and Sarabelle Fishman Pamela Fishman Paul Fishman Sandra Fishman Roy and Naomi Flack

Irwin Flashberg Janice Flaum Daniel Fleischer Jim Fleischer Elizabeth Fletcher Benjamin and Jewel Fogel Melvin Forst Irvin Fox Bettie Frank Sheila Frank Arline Frankel Sylvia Frankel Harvey Franks Selma Freed Benjamin Freedman Cara Freedman Maxine Freedman Myrna Freedman Saul Freedman Howard and Lorraine Freeman Alice Fried Norman and Estelle Friedberg Rose Friedberg Elayne Friedman Martin Friedman Norman and Shirley Friedman Renee Friedman Sylvia Friedman* Austin Frishman Sallye Frohman Ruth Fromstein Elwood Fuerstman Florence Fuerstman Lillian Swift Gaeser Shirley Galant Frederick Galland Eleanore Gann Helene Gans Laurence Gans Joseph Ganz May Ganz Paul Garber Marilyn Gardner * deceased

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Gerald Gare Bernice Garelick David Gartner Eli and Sandy Gaynor Harold Gaynor Greg Gefen Eileen Geller Leo Geller Vivian Genser Michael Geringer Renee Getlan Ronald Gilford Lucille Gillman Edward Gladstone Helen Glasofer Barbara Glasser Arnold and Roberta Gleit Seymour Gloger Ronda Gluck Reva Gochman Marvin Golberg Alan Gold Bernard Gold Bernard Gold David Gold Leonard and Phyllis Gold Carol Goldberg Irving and Judy Goldberg Larry and Susan Goldberg Leonard Goldberg Norman Goldberg Roberta Goldberg Ronald Goldberg Stanley and Renee Goldberg David Goldblatt Beverly Goldenberg Steven Goldenberg Fred and Edith Goldsmith Harvey Goldsmith Alan and Amy Goldstein Arnold Goldstein Cynthia Goldstein Judy Goldstein

** a portion of these funds have been redirected

Lila Goldstein Muriel Goldstein Steven and Monica Goldstein Steven Goldstein Arnold Golieb Betty Golombek Sheldon Golub Elayne Goodman Mark Goodman Miriam Goodman Barry Gordon Bruce Gordon Ida Gordon Lydia Gordon Saul and Libby Gordon Roberta Gotlieb Marvin Gottlieb Bernard Gouz Luiz Grajwer Martin Granowitz Geraldine Green Joyce Green Marilyn Green Harry Greenbaum* Neil Greenbaum Stanley Greenbaum Arnold Greenberg Barbara Greenberg Carolyn Greenberg David Greenberg Hugh Greenberg Warren and Marlene Greenberg Nathan Greenblatt Barry Greene Selma Greene Alvin Greenfield Jesse Greenfield Harold Greenspan Meyer Grodetsky Rachelle Grodetsky Malcolm Gropper Evelyn Gross Irma Gross

Murray Gross Chester Grossman Howard Grossman Philip Gruber Barry and Donna Grubman Herb Gutenplan Sylvia Gutenplan Beatrice Gutkin Barney Guttman Lisa Haber Meyer Haberman Al Hacker Florence Haft Larry Haft Elayne Hallarman Kermit Halperin Natalie Halperin Karen Hamerling Leon Handler Deborah B. Harris Ronald Harris Ellen Hartz Sylvia Harvith Harriet Hatoff Marjorie Hausman Charles Haymes Eddie Hedaya Jerry Helfman Alan Helft Robert Helft Frances Heller Martin Heller Helen Hellman Barbara Henschel Lois Herbst William Herbstman Alfred Herman Martin Herman Richard Herman Robert Hershey Milli Hershman Harold Herskowitz Henry Herskowitz


Honor Rolls Jaqueline Herskowitz Ida B. Herst Robert Hertz Marilyn Hertzberg Stuart Herz Judith Heyman Larry and Dee Heyman Shari Hier Joel Hirsch Nancy Hirsch Daniel Hodas Gloria Hoder Bernice Hoenig Joan Hoffman Max Hoffman Harriet Hollander Arlene Hollenberg George Hollenberg Jules and Henny Holzwanger Eloise Honig Paul Honig Renee Honig Robert Honig Gilbert and Lenore Horowitz Susanne Horwitz Jack Howard Joyce Howard Ingrid Huettemann Mandy Hurwitz Robert Hurwitz Doris Hyams Max Hyman Shirley Isenstein William Isenstein Gail Izenstark John Izsak Barbara H. T. Jacobs Mervin and Elaine Jacobs Lillian Jacobs Press Irwin and Fern Jacobson Myra Jacobson Bert Jaffe Barbara Janower

Donald Janower Ronald Jay Alan Jonas Leon Jonas Nathaniel and Edith Jonas Lenny and Robin Kachel Sanford and Sarah Kadish Theresa Kahan Jeanette Kaiser Shirley Kaitz Bernard Kaminetsky Melanie Kaminetsky Barbara Kamins Stanley Kanter Alvin Kaplan Max and Roberta Kaplan Milton and Mildred Kaplan Peter Kaplan Jack Kaplowitz Anita Karn-Sigel Gerald and Thelma Karon Joan Karp Lothar Karp Morton Karper Norman Kasser Isabel Kaston Stephen Kates Judith Katten Robert Katten Anita L. Katz Doris Katz Doris Katz Judith Katz Melvin Katz Pauline Katz Richard J. Katz Susan Katzen Harvey Kaufman Harriet and Harriet Kay Janice Kay Judith Kay David Kaye Wilma Kaye

Joseph Kell Charlotte Kellert Philip Kendall Robert Kerstein Merry Kessler Ruth Kessler Myrna Kingsley Bruce Kirschenberg Myron Kirshner Rhona Kirsner Stanley Kirwin Helen Kittay Marlene Kittredge Gerald Klafter Lenore Klafter Rhoda Klar Edgar Kleban Arthur Klein Dori Klein Hal Klein Harold Klein Madeline Klempert Milton Klempert Dr. Norton and Phyllis Klotz Al Knobler Paula Knobler Rhona Kochman Bruce Kodner Betty Koenig Gilbert Koenig Natalie Koff Joseph and Beryl Kogen Michael and Carole Kohn Sylvia Kopkin Marjorie Kopple Juliet Korngold Charles Kornheiser Muriel Kornheiser Roz Kornreich-Lazar Wendy Korsunsky Arnold Kramer Dr. Edward and Elsa Kramer Julius Kramer

Mickey Kramer Elliot Krangle Marilyn Kraus Sandra Kravitz Evelyn Krickstein Cecile Kriegstein Robert Kronish Howard Krosser Roz Krosser Samuel and Maria Krupnick Shirley Ladd Ronald and Helene Lakin Ross Landesman Steven Landsman Edwin Langue Susan Lavine Beth Lazerick Harold Leavitt Joy Leavitt Susan Lebersfeld Peter and Terri Lebowitz Gloria Leeds* Joan Leflein Fred Lehman Roger Lehman Sally Lehman Erwin Lehr Jeffrey Leib Linda Leib Marvin and Bea Leibowitz Seymour and Zyra Leifer Frances Lending Eleanor Lengyel Michele Lenoff Nathan and Sylvia Lerner Sidney Leshinsky Daniel Levin Elaine Levin Lawrence Levin Ralph Levin Andrew Levine Daniel and Beth Levine Daniel and Barbara Levine

Daniel Levine Hilbert Levine Jack Levine Ricki Levine Robert Levine Sidney Levine Ralph Levin-Epstein Alan Levinson Miriam Levinson Meron and Carole Levitats Barry Levitt Barry and Sandra Levitt Shirley Levitt Barrie Levy June Levy Linda Levy Marvin Levy Geraldine Lewin Terrence Harris and Erika Lewin Harris Michael Lewitt Ron Lewittes Paul Lichtenstein Kenneth and Robin Lieblein Anita Liebman Bernard Liebman Marlane Lilienthal Phyllis Linn Maurice Lipman Michael Lipman Todd Lipsich Harvey Lipson Irving Lipson Sharon Lipton William Lipton Esther Liss George Liss Donald Litt Florence Litvack Mimi Livingston Raymond Lobovits Robert Locke Donald Lockwood

Janet and Julius* Lopin Gertrude Lowen Jayne Lowey* Stanford Lubeck Jerome Lubin Ronald Lubman Leonard Luck William Luss Jodi Lustgarten Eileen Mack Harold Maidman Sam Maizner David Makover Reena Makover Joy Malkoff Philip Marber Larry Marcus Morris and Ruth Marcus Shelley Marcus Oscar Margulies Irving and Frances Margulis Sam Marion Gail Marlow Seth and Francine Marmor Ruth Maron Matthew Maschler Jules Mason and Bernice Cooper Paul Mautner Florence Medlinsky Marvin Mehlman George Meissner Marilyn Melcher Aaron Mendelson Harry Meran Linda Meran Dorothy Merlin Diana Messing Dr. Samuel Messing Alan Michelson Judy Michnoff Judy Mikelberg Ira Miller Raphael and Jeannette Miller

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Relli Miller Sidney Miller Marilyn Minion Jean Minter Irwin Minzer Daniel Mironov Martha Mogull Ron Morris Charles Moskovitz Marilyn Motzkin Margot Myers Renee Nadel Saunee Navlen Roberta Navre Irwin Needle Sylvia Neiberg Arnold Nestel* Richard K. Newman Saul Newman Ted Newman Bruce Nimhauser Ruth Nimton Richard Nirenberg Allan and Deyse Norwitz Scott Notowitz Carol Nussbaum Louis Nussbaum Roberta Nussbaum Gladys Odette David Ogman David and Judy Ohayon Sally Oken David and Rosalind Oltsik David and Eleanor Oppenheimer Sidney Orlans Edward Osher Harold Paley Shirley Parish Eleanor Pashelinsky Irving Patron Rachel Patron Eleanor Paulenoff Milton Paulenoff * deceased

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Judy Pencer Arlene Penner Roberta Perez Joseph Perl Marilyn Perlin Dolores Perlman Doris Perlman Irvin Perper Arlene Perry Ronald Perry Marvin Perrye David Peskind Leonard and Frances Pickard Robert Pillar Michael and Lauren Pines Jay Pisik Mildred Pittman Norma Platner Joel Platt Marcia Platt Sonia Pliner Marion Polinsky David and Dawn Pollay Melissa Porten Miles Portman Elaine Portnoy Herman Post Albert Postrel Marsha Potchtar Ronald Potkin Alvin Powers David Price Elaine Price Michele Pritzker Sue Projain Sanford Putesky Aileen Putterman Al Putterman Florence Rabinowitz Morton Rachelson Stanley N. Rader Patricia Rankin Aaron Rappaport

** a portion of these funds have been redirected

Eleanor Rassler William Ratner Herbert Ray Charles and Leah Redish Evelyn Reece Milton Reece Ernest Regis Lani Regis Sheldon Reibman Barbara Reich Valerie Reichenthal Judith Reisman Merrill Reuter Dennis and Ruth Rice Marcia Richter Evelyn Rickel Robert Riesner Milton Ring Roberta Rinzler Glenn Rissman Harvey Robbins Dr. Bradley and Marcy Robbins Stuart Robbins Alan and Grace Roberts Beatrice Rocker Marcia Roff Mara Roof Barbara Rose David Rose Raymond Rose Sheldon Rose Bonny Rosen Gloria Rosen Sandra Rosen Max Rosenbach Barbara Rosenberg Jason Rosenberg Julius Rosenberg Ruth Rosenberg Seymour Rosenberg Lorraine Rosenblatt Irwin and Dorothy Rosencrans Lisa Rosenfeld

Alan and Felice Rosenthal Lisa Rosenthal Miki Rosenthal Raymond and Rose Rosenthal Sara and Daniel Rosenthal Barbara Ross Marcia Ross Martin Ross Barbara Roth Melvin Roth Stanley Roth Shirley Rothbart Madeleine Rothman David Rothstein Allan Rotto Cliff and Beatrice Ruben James Rubin Jason Rubin* Joseph Rubin Marjorie Rubin Noah Rubin Sonny Rubin Norma and Jack Rubinstein A. Rudoler Lawrence Rutstein Lester Saber Ruth Sabin Melvin and Helene Sacharow Lorraine Saex Kathy Sahn Martin and Rita Saiman Sheldon and Nadine Saitlin Marc Sakoff Shirley Saland Ira Salk Egon and Marie Salmon Millie Salnick Joyce Saltman Marc and Rennie Saltzberg Steve Saltzman Israel and Dorothy Salzbank Herman Samick Larry Samuels

Norman Samuels Norman Samuels Iris and Julie Sandler Irving Sandorf Joel Sankel Tania Saslove Susan Satsky Barbara Satz Sidney Saull Melvyn Savage David and Janine Savitch Claire Scafa Rosalind Schacknow Monroe Schaffer Barbara Schapiro Benjamin Scheckner Jean Scheinman Stanley J. Scher Edward Schiff Cynthia Schiller Lawrence Schine Yetta Schlesinger Fran Schmutter Corinne Schneider Ellen Schneider Irwin Schneider Ronni Schneider Sanford Schneider Natalie Schneiderman Barbara Schnoll Lorraine Schoen Melvyn Schoen Stanley Schor Julian Schorr Arnold and Ann Schotsky Howard and Arlene Schreiber Lucille Schuck Marilyn Schulder Sandra Schulman Gerald Schultz Carol Schumer Irwin Schumer* Hortense Schur

Bonnie Schwartz Elaine Schwartz Elaine Schwartz Geraldine Schwartz Paul Schwartz Stanley Schwartz Stephen Schwartz Steven Schwartz Martin Schwartzberg Irwin and Thelma Schweber Madeline Seeman Aaron Seff Gerald Selig Arthur and Ruth Selnick Jason Seltzer Maxim Seltzer Ralph Seltzer Alan Serinsky Eileen Seskin Norman Sessler Meyer (Murray) Shafman Phyllis Shafman Seymour Shagrin Marilyn Shapera Doris and Eugene Shapiro Michael Shapiro Stephen and Lorraine Shapiro Wallace and Carol Shapiro Marla Share Eric Sharenow Ettagail Shatz Mark Shatz Helene Shear Dan Sheinberg Lizette Sheinberg Florence Shenker Allan Sheres Alan Sherman Carol Sherman Sidney Sherter Sol Sherwin Roger Shiffman Burton Shifman


Honor Rolls David Shore Gary and Elaine Shore Lillian Shoyer Lawrence Shulman Murray Shusterman Elaine (Teddy) Siegel Gigi Siegel Nancy Siegel Sam Siegel Susan Siegel Marcia Siegler Shirley Sigesmund Arthur Signer Edna K. Silber James Silberman Marvin Silk Eleanor Silver Iris Silverman Joyce Silverman Robert Silverman William Silverman Evan Silverstein Fred Silverstein Bernard and Esther Simon Esther Simon Marilyn Simon Barbara Singer Jerome Singer Joanne Singer Samuel Singer Barry Skeist Simon and Lillian Skolnick Seymour Slaven Margery Slavin Harvey Slevin Lillian Slonim Jill Slootsky Ed and Dot Slotkin Ben Smith Ivan Smith Libby Snyder Lila Snyder Philip Snyder

Harvard Sohn Miriam Sohn Claire Soifer Oscar Soifer Shirley Sokolsky Eunice Solow Hal and Selma Sommers Howard Sontag Judith Speiser Zorik and Ellen Spektor Samuel Spiegel Samuel Spielman Selma Spielman Ben Spitalsky* William Spitalsky* Amy Stavis Harvey Stein Hilarie Stein Mindy Stein, Esquire Beula Steinberg Eugene Steinberg Robert Steinberg Eugene Stern Henry Stern Joan and Jerry Stiffel Enid Stillman Philip Stillman Marvin Stolberg Sandra Stone Ronald Stoppelmann Irwin Stovroff Sterra Stovroff Harry Strauss Shirley Strauss Florence Strober-Greiff Joel Stuart Robert and Judith Suchoff Donald Summer Irwin and Susan Suna Elaine Sussman Ira Sussman Marilyn Sussman Nathan Sussman

Morton Swartz Ed Swell Gisha Swernoff Shirley Swidler William Tabachnik Linda Tafet Arthur Taitz Mace Tamse Jay Tanenbaum Amy Taney Barry Taney Vivian Taragan Phyllis Taranow Ida Tatelbaum Sema Tatelbaum Elene Taubman Joseph Taubman Judy Taxel Claire Taylor Edward Telman Josie Telman Irving and Fay Tenenblatt Muriel Tharler Stanley Tharler Norman Thier Toby Thierman Sam Tilzer Charlotte Toback Elinor Toberoff Sandra and Arthur* Tobias William Topkis Elisa Towbis Oscar Trepel Sidney Triefler Rose Turetsky Allen Turtel Daniel Twer Bud and Carole Ungar Herbert Usow Jo Van Der Linden Herb Vanefsky Herman Wachtenheim Julius Wagner

Erwin Wainer Ruthie Waldman Janice Wallach Sanders Wallick Alice Wanderman Harold Wax* Janet Wayne Shirley Wegman Clifford Weidberg Irwin Weinberg Beatrice Weiner Herb Weiner Michele Weiner Paul Weiner Nancy Weingard Emanuel Weinstein Esther Weinstein Frederick Weinstein Joel Weinstein Julie Weinstein Marvin Weinstein Myrian Weinstein Murray Weinstein Seymour Weinstein Frank J. Weinstock, MD Henrietta Weisberg Fredric Weiss Martin and Melanie Weiss Morris Weiss Sidney Weiss Cynthia Weissman Judith Wener Sid Wener Anita Wengrover Bruce Werner Louis Werner Susan Mendelsohn-Werner Lawrence Werrick Hilda Werth Benjamin Wertkin Sandra West Martin Wetzler Alvin Wheeler

Doris White Paul White Herbert Wieder Bernard Wiener Sidney Wiener Janet Wilen Earl Winer Dr. John S. and Ruth Winston Sue Wische Ben Wiseman Philip and Sharon Wishna Zella Witt Rita Wolf Harvey Wolfe Howard Wolfe Felyce Wolfson Stanley Wolfson Jean Wyman Roslyn Yellin Paul Yentis Lawrence Yore Dana Yormark David Young Martha Young Jennifer Zakin Harry Zam Lorraine F. Zam Walter Zashin Joan Zavis Howard Zazove Marge Zazove Martin Zeitler Sheila Zeitler Sylvia Zemel Anne Zetzer Sandra Zimelis Beverly Zimmerman Richard Zimmern Seymour Zubatch Sanford Zuckerbrot Rebecca Zung Larry Zusman

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The Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County’s Corporate Partners Program recognizes those corporations who have committed a minimum of $2,500 Albert & Jane Nahmad Fund Adolph & Rose Levis Foundation Ameriprise Financial/Douglas Bonsparth BNY Mellon/Private Wealth Management The Boca Raton Observer Branham Realty, Inc. Brown’s Interior Design David Stern Designing Jewelry Eliot Popper/Morgan Stanley Excelsior Capital Advisors, LLC Florida Coca-Cola Bottling Company FMSBonds, Inc. GAMA Corporate Travel Gateway Insurance Goldstein Lewin & Co. Greenberg Traurig Ivan & Co, Jewelers Inc. Janitronics Building Services, Inc. Kaplan, Krauss & Levine LLC Kluger Peretz & Berlin Rafael C. Cabrera, M.D., F.A.C.S MThree. Marcus Group/Morgan Stanley Proskauer Rose LLP Regions Bank Sandelman Foundation The South Florida Business Journal Stanford Group The Zeuner Tream Wachovia Wealth Management Whitsyms Nursing Registry

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Jewish Community Foundation Corporate and Individual Sponsors Professional Advisory Committee (PAC) Kickoff

Professional Advisory Committee 24th Annual Professional Seminar – May 2007

September 2007 Stanford Group

GOLD SPONSORS Scott Berger, Gregory Levy of Kaufman Rossin & Co., P.A. Bernstein Global Wealth Management Mary Sue Donohue, George Weinstein and Michael D. Mopsick of Buckingham, Doolittle and Burroughs, LLP Al Gortz, David Pratt & Andrew Robins of Proskauer Rose Marjorie Horwin of Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLP Thomas R. Kaplan of Kaplan, Krauss & Levine LLC Elyssa Kupferberg of BNY Mellon Wealth Management David A. Katzman of Goldstein Lewin & Co. Eric Matheson Joel Yudenfreund of Citi Private Bank

Professional Advisory Committee Roundtables Bernstein Global Wealth Management Greenberg Traurig, PA Eric Matheson Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLP Steinberg Global Asset Management

LOJE “Ultimate Thank You” Event March 2007 Stanford Group

SILVER SPONSORS Steven A. Belson of Belson Law Group Timothy Bronza of Business Valuation Analysts, LLC Mary Sue Donohue & George Weinstein of Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLP Thomas O. Katz & Jeffrey Baskies of Katz Baskies, LLC Donald Tescher & Robert Spallina of Tescher & Spallina, PA BRONZE SPONSORS Stuart E. Bloch of Bloch, Minerley & Fein, PL Caryn Clayman of Posess & Walser, PA Stephen A. Fattel of Stephen A. Fattel, CPA, PA Glen Golish of Golish Financial Group Eliot Popper, Mace Tamse & Christopher Guarino of Morgan Stanley Ronald L. Siegel of Ronald L. Siegel, PA Fred Weinstein of Goldstein, Zugman, Weinstein & Poole, LLC Jerome L. Wolf of Duane Morris, LLP


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FO UNDATIO N RE CO G NITIO N L I S T S S tar of David Society The Star of David Society is an elite national recognition program, created by United Jewish Communities, that honors outstanding philanthropists who have left legacies of $200,000 or more to Jewish Federations across the country. The National Star of David Society recognizes four levels of giving: $200,000 and up (PACE and Women’s LOJE gifts only) $500,000 and up* Level IV $5,000,000+ Anonymous Alan & Jane Cornell Gerald & Phyllis Golden Barry & Carole Kaye Larry Phillips Level III $1,000,000+ Anonymous David & Sophie Bady Irving* & Florence* Blickstein Irving & Dorothy Burke Ronald & Meryl Gallatin Charles Ganz Nancy Ganz Albert & Norma C. Geller Dr. Alan Ginsburg Seymour Hecker Alan & Linda Hurst Stanley & Audrey Kleinfeld Simon & Doris Konover Jacob Lasky* Roxane Frechie Lipton Jules & Fritzi Ohren

Toby Weinman Palchik Eugene & Madeline Pargh Roberta Press Morris & Florence* Reisberg Dr. Lewis Rosenthal* Allan & Rosemary* Rubin Eleanore Rukin* Harvey & Phyllis Sandler Bernice Schankerman* Elmer* & Dorothy P. Seaman Jerry & Patsy Shaw Albert Sher* Bernard and Eleanor Silver Harold & Florence Solinsky Gary Sommers Etta Gross Zimmerman Level II $500,000+ Anonymous Harry & Helen Berkof Gary* & Rose Bernstein Gaby Brill Irving* & Dorothy Cooper Sandy* & Rani Garfinkle

$1,000,000 and up* $5,000,000 and up* (*PACE and Women’s LOJE gifts and other permanent endowments) Jules & Dorothy Kamsley* Paula Kasner Gerald & Debra Kramer Gerald & Dr. Ruth Legow William* & Gloria Genin Lester Shirley Mostov Sigmund* & Millicent Nathan Maurice & Margie Plough, Jr. Harold & Sylvia Solinsky Harry Sugarman Clifford & Jill Viner Marvin* & Cindy (Markowitz)White Level I $200,000+ Anonymous Jerry & Audrey Altheimer Karen Altschul Gloria Baker Adele Barron Lynn Bedowitz Steve Bedowitz* Ella Berman* Henrie Blau Miriam Brenner

Edward I. & Freyda Burns Phillip & Bella Cohen Helene Eicoff Helen Eisenberg Eleanor Epstein Sylvia Fried Barry & Florence Friedberg Bernice Friedman Phyllis Friedman Joseph & Joan Garde Dr. Sanford & Thelma* Glanz Helen Goldband Jerry & Kinnie Gorelick Sarah Greensport Stephanie Halio Howard & Miriam Hirsch Marissa Hollander Norman & Anne Jacobson Leonard & Tobee Kaplan Dr. Charles* & Ann Kelman Manny & Esther Leno Barbara Levy Dr. David Light Carl & Helen Marbach

Milton Margolis* James H. Nobil Ben* & Florence Padwa David & Dale Pratt Dr. Wendy Rapaport Sylvia L. Rosen Irving & Harriett Sands Sidney & Elizabeth Savelle Dolores Schlesinger* Rosalie Silberman Eric & Janie Simon Dr. Irving & Dr. Carol Smokler Ralph* & Delores Solomon Gloria Sommers* Eugene* & Phyllis Squires Diana Stein Martin & Edith Stein Richard & Naomi Steinberg Marcia Stone Lee Temkin Selma Lee Weiss Dorothy Wizer *Of Blessed Memory (August 31, 2008)

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LI ON O F J UDAH END OWMENT HO NOR ROLL Dorothy P. Seaman, Co – Chair Phyllis R. Seresky, Co – Chair Anonymous Shirley Aidekman-Kaye u Helen Ain Audrey Altheimer  • Karen Altschul  u• Lorraine Aresty  u• Margie Baer Gloria Baker  • Candy Barbag Adele Barron  u• Helen Beck u• Shirley Becker-Silfen Marcia S. Beckerman Lynn Bedowitz  • Renee Belman Joan Benamy Paula Berkowitz Ella Berman*  u• Patricia Berman Rose Bernstein  u• Joy Binkovitz Esther Blank Henrie Blau  • Leona Brauser Anne Brenner Miriam Brenner  u• Gaby Brill  • Florence Brody Dorothy Bucksbaum Dorothy Burke  • Freyda Burns  u• Dana F. Charles-Kodner Stephanie Chestnov Leah Coblitz Helen M. Cohan Bella Cohen Carol F. Cohen Ellen Cohen Shirley Cohen Francine Cole*  Yetta Colin

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Dorothy Cooper  • Jane Cornell  • Barbara Koch Daniels* Selma Tyser Edlavitch* Helene Eicoff  • Helen Eisenberg  • Eleanor Epstein  u• Dale Filhaber Harriet Finger Marleen Forkas Mildred Forsythe Ina Rae Fox Sylvia Fried  u• Florence Friedberg  • Bernice Friedman  u• Hilda Friedman  * Phyllis Friedman  u• Miriam Friend  u• Estelle Futterman Meryl Gallatin  u• Louise Galpern Nancy Ganz Joan Garde  u• Rani Garfinkle  u• Suzy Garfinkle Chevrier Norma Geller  • Elaine Gimelstob Jane Glaser Beatrice Gold Helen Goldband  u• Phyllis Golden  • Edith Golub*  Kinnie Gorelick  u• Shirley H. Gould* Nancy Rottner Grant Eleanor Greenblatt Jane Greenberg Phyllis Greenman Beverly Gross Wendy Gutmann Kupfer Stephanie Halio  u•

Marcia S. Hendler* Julia Hershaft Cynthia Hollander Marissa Hollander  • Linda Hurst  • Barbara Jacob Celia Jacobs Anne Jacobson  • Ruth Jacobson Trudy Jaffe* Roslyn Kaplan Tobee W. Kaplan  u• Jane Karp Sydell Kastenbaum Sheryl Kaufman Carole Kaye  • Ann Kelman  • Marcia Kent Rita Keywell Pearl Kier Dr. Stacey S. Kirschenbaum Doris Konover  u• Debra Kramer  • Elyssa Kupferberg Dorothy M. Lasky Madeline Blondman Lax Helga Lechner Ann Katz Lederman Dr. Ruth Legow  u• Esther Leno  • Marianne Minkoff Lerner Gloria Genin Lester  • Mildred Levine Barbara Levy  u• Bea Levy* Dottie Lipson Roxane Frechie Lipton  • Jacqueline Lowy Helen Marbach  • Shirley Marcus* Judy Levis Markhoff

Beatrice Cummings Mayer Margaret S. Meltzer Beth Mishkin Donna Mullaugh Millicent Nathan  • Cindy Orbach Nimhauser Ruth Nussdorf Toby Weinman Palchik  • Madeline Pargh  u• Sandra J. Perkins Margie Plough  • Estelle Plous Shirley Polen Dorothy Pomerance Dale Pratt • Joyce Preiser Constance Rakity Dr. Wendy Rapaport  u• Dollsey Rappaport Madeleine Reich Deana Richman Elaine Stein Roberts Donna Robins Dorothy Robinson Rose Benak Robinson Sylvia Rosen  u• Barbara Rosenberg Della Rosenberg Sylvia Rosett Sandra Rubin Eleanore Rukin*  • Phyllis Sandler  • Harriett Sands  u• Susan Saril Ellen R. Sarnoff Jan Savarick Elizabeth Savelle  • Dolores Schlesinger*  • Carolyn Schulson Dorothy P. Seaman  • Phyllis R. Seresky

Beverly M. Shapiro Cantor Elaine Shapiro Audrey Shaw Patsy Shaw  • Sylvia C. Sheketoff Margaret Sherlin-Meltzer * Rosalie L. Silberman  u• Jan Silverman Eleanor Silverstein Cynthia Simon Janie Simon  • Margie Simon Renee A. Singer Susan Singer Dr. Carol Smokler  u• Irene Calig Snyder Florence Soble Delores R. Solomon  • Shirley Solomon Gloria C. Sommers*  • Marcia Spear  • Mildred Sperling Phyllis Squires  • Charlotte Stein Diana Stein  u• Edith Stein  • Naomi Steinberg  • Selina R. Steinberg Fern Steinfeld  u• Marcia Stone  u• Lenore Tagerman  u• Ruth Taubman Lee Temkin  u• Nancy Seaman Thornton Phyllis Wachtel Anita Waltuch Caren Weinberg Renee Weinberg Eleanor Weiner Pamela Weinroth Selma Lee Weiss  u•

Barbara Werner Cynthia White • Ruth White* Carol Kutner Winig Toby Wintrub Barbara Wiston Dorothy Wizer  u• Shirley R. Woldar* Acey Wolgin Jacqueline Wolgin Rachelle Wolgin-Blick Etta Gross Zimmerman  • Rita Zimmy*

u Established LOJE in two communities • Member National Star of David Society * Of Blessed Memory (list as of August 31, 2008)


MEN’S PERPETUAL ANNUAL CAMPAIGN ENDOWMENT (PACE) HONOR SOCIETY When a man permanently endows his Annual Campaign gift to our Jewish Federation with a current or deferred gift of at least $100,000 he becomes a member of this very prestigious group,“The Forever Society.” Jerome Altheimer Steve Bedowitz* Gerson K. Bernstein* Scott Brenner Edward I. Burns Irving Cooper* Alan Cornell Craig Donoff Barry Friedberg Ronald L. Gallatin • Charles B. Ganz Sandor Garfinkle* • Gerald Golden

Jerry Gorelick Stuart Graff Howard A. Hirsch • Norman K. Jacobson Jeffrey S. Kahn, Esq. Leonard Kaplan Thomas R. Kaplan Barry Kaye Dr. Charles Kelman* Joseph P. Klein Gerald Kramer Manny Leno William M. Lester*

Sol J. Light Sigmund Nathan* James H. Nobil Eugene Pargh Lawrence Phillips Maurice D. Plough, Jr. David Pratt Irving Sands Jonathan Sahn Sidney Savelle Elmer M. Seaman* Jerry Shaw Dr. Irving Smokler

Ralph M. Solomon* Frederick Spitzer* Eugene Squires* Martin Stein Richard Steinberg Marvin White*

• PACE established for two communities * Of Blessed Memory

PERPETUAL ANNUAL CAMPAIGN ENDOWMENT (PACE) FUNDS A PACE fund is a permanent fund up to $99,999 dedicated to endowing the donor’s Federation/UJA Annual Campaign gift.This fund enables the donor to extend their commitment by making a connection to the future. Gerald and Harriet Berg Edward I. Burns Pace Fund Trina Elkin Campaign Perpetuation Fund Elaine Ertischek PACE Fund Mark Glickman PACE Fund Richard D. Levy Campaign Perpetuation Fund Blair & Sylvia G. Ruben Memorial Endowment Fund

Anita and Howard Schaeffer PACE Fund William Spitalsky* PACE Fund Jerry & Audrey Weinberg Campaign Perpetuation Fund Alan & Phyllis Weiner Insurance Fund

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HERITAGE SOCIETY MEMBERS The Heritage Society honors and recognizes all donors who have made a $100,000 current or deferred gift commitment in a will, trust, IRA, life insurance policy, or charitable gift annuity benefiting the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County, any of its partner agencies, or the Jewish community through the Jewish Community Foundation. Anonymous Beatrice & Milton Adelman Ben & Shirley Aidekman-Kaye David & Helen Ain Jerome & Audrey Altheimer Lawrence & Karen Altschul Jerome & Lorraine Aresty David & Sophie Bady Marjorie Baer Lee & Gloria Baker Harvey & Candy Barbag Adele Barron Leon* & Rose* Barrow Arnold Abramowitz & Helen Beck Arthur & Shirley Becker-Silfen Marcia S. Beckerman Lynn Bedowitz Steve Bedowitz* Bernard & Elaine* Beifield William & Renee Belman Franklin & Joan Benamy Jerry* & Harriet* Berg Harry H. & Helen Berkof Ann Berkman * Of Blessed Memory

Ella Berman* Patricia Berman Gary* & Rose Bernstein Stanton & Jacqueline Bernstein Eugene & Joy Binkovitz Milton & Esther Blank Ronald & Henrie Blau Leon & Leona Brauser Theodore* & Goldye* Breman Abe & Miriam Brenner Anne Brenner Scott & Andrea Brenner Edward & Gaby Brill Martin & Florence Brody Edward & Freyda Burns Harriet Bryer Maurice & Dorothy Bucksbaum Irving & Dorothy Burke Bruce & Dana Charles-Kodner Richard & Stephanie Chestnov Suzy Garfinkle Chevrier Leah Coblitz Mark & Helen Cohan Alan* & Carol F. Cohen Edward & Ellen Cohen

Nancy Cohen Phillip & Bella Cohen Richard & Shirley Cohen Francine Cole* George* & Yetta Colin Irving* & Dorothy Cooper Alan & Jane Cornell Lester* & Mitzi Cutler Barbara Koch Daniels* Craig & Judi Donoff Howard* & Ada Dunn Selma Tyser Edlevitch* Alvin * & Helene Eicoff Helen Eisenberg Aaron & Karola Epstein Ed & Eleanor Epstein Edward & Dale Filhaber Chet & Harriet Finger Sam Flanel Harold & Marleen Forkas Daniel & Mildred Forsythe Neil & Ina Rae Fox Sylvia Fried Barry & Florence Friedberg Bernice Friedman (continuted next page)

* Of Blessed Memory

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HERITAGE SOCIETY (CONT) Maurice* & Hilda Friedman Morris & Phyllis Friedman Miriam Friend Jack & Estelle Futterman Louise Galpern Ronald L. & Meryl Gallatin Nancy Ganz Joseph & Joan Garde Sandor* & Rani Garfinkle Albert & Norma Geller Herbert & Elaine Gimelstob Alan Ginsburg Seymour & Jane Glaser Leo & Beatrice Gold Shefford* & Helen Goldband Gerald & Phyllis Golden Dr. Harvey* & Linda Love Golden Christine Golden Edith Golub David & Lisa Goodman Jerry & Kinnie Gorelick Shirley H. Gould* Stuart W. & Paula Graff Nancy Rottner Grant William & Eleanor Greenblatt Martin & Jane Greenberg Bernard* & Phyllis Greenman Sarah Greensport Abraham J. Gross Anita Grundman Richard & Wendy Gutmann Kupfer Robert & Stephanie Halio Solomon* & Gertrude Harrison Abraham* & Ruth* Hases Seymour Hecker Richard & Marcia Hendler* Cecil* & Faye Henschel Fred* & Julia Hershaft Herbert & Bonnie Hirsch Howard & Miriam Hirsch Jeff & Marissa Hollander Leo* & Cynthia Hollander

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Alan & Linda Hurst Joel & Barbara Jacob Celia Jacobs Robert* & Trina Jacobs Norman & Anne Jacobson Alfred & Ruth Jacobson Ralph* & Trudy* Jaffe Morton Jarashow Carl & Roslyn* Kaplan Jeffrey & Deborah Kahn Leonard & Tobee Kaplan Thomas & Pamela Kaplan Richard & Jane Karp Emil* & Paula Kasner Sidney & Sydell Kastenbaum Garrison Kaufman Jack & Sheryl Kaufman Barry & Carole Kaye Dr. Charles* & Ann Kelman Howard & Marcia Kent Rita Keywell Dr. Stacey Kirschenbaum Ralph & Pearl Kier Harold Klein* & Sylvia Klein* Joseph & Miriam Klein Stanley & Audrey Kleinfeld Simon & Doris Konover Mel & Elaine Kofsky Gerald & Debra Kramer Herman Krueger Betty Krupnick* Wendy Guttman Kupfer Barry & Elyssa Kupferberg Shirley Lasdon Jacob Lasky Madeline Blondman Lax Mel & Helga Lechner Leon & Ann Katz Lederman Gerald & Dr. Ruth Legow Samuel Leitner Manny & Esther Leno Marianne Minkoff Lerner

William* & Gloria Genin Lester Abner & Mildred Levine Richard & Bea* Levy Irving & Barbara Levy Heinz* & Harriet Liebross Dottie Lipson Michael & Roxane Frechie Lipton Sherman & Jacqueline Lowy Shirley Marcus* Milton Margolis* William & Harriet Margolis Paul & Judy L. Markhoff Stuart & Cynthia White Markowitz Beatrice Cummings Mayer Margaret Meltzer* Jerry & Macky Milgram Eugene & Thelma Miller Joseph & Beth Mishkin Jane Morningstar Shirley Mostov & Edward Kanun Michael & Donna Mullaugh Naomi Myers Sigmund* & Millicent Nathan Bruce & Cindy Nimhauser James H. & Lynn Nobil Bernard & Ruth Nussdorf Jules & Fritzi Ohren Mel* & Toby Weinman Palchik Eugene D. & Madeline Pargh Jeff & Sandra J. Perkins Larry Phillips Maurice & Margie Plough Ben Z.* & Estelle Plous Edward* & Shirley Polen Dorothy Pomerance David & Dale Pratt Stanley & Joyce Preiser Frank & Roberta Press Constance Rakity James & Wendy Rapaport Seymour & Dollsey Rappaport David & Geraldine Ratner

Arthur Regan & Irene Regan Norman & Madeleine Reich William & Florence Reisberg Hyman & Deana Richman Elaine Stein Roberts Andy & Donna Robins James & Rose Benak Robinson Joseph & Dorothy Robinson Albert & Miriam* Rodstein Dr. Harvey Rosen Sylvia Rosen Joseph* & Abby Rosenberg Jeffrey & Barbara Rosenberg Jerry* & Della Rosenberg Marvin & Sylvia Rosett Marvin & Sandra Rubin David* & Eleanore* Rukin Irving R.* & Carol I. Rutkin Jonathan & Cathy Sahn Harvey & Phyllis Sandler Irving & Harriett Sands Louis & Sylvia Saposnekoo John & Susan Saril Ellen R. Sarnoff Jan Savarick Sidney & Elizabeth Savelle Sol & Mildred Schaikowitz Rose Schneer* Andrew & Dolores* Schlesinger Sidney* & Dorothy* Schuman Carolyn Schulson Elmer* & Dorothy P. Seaman Dr. Miriam Segall Cliff & Phyllis R. Seresky Alvin & Beverly M. Shapiro Cantor Elaine Shapiro Audrey Shaw Jerry & Patsy Shaw David & Jean* Shechet Lewis & Sylvia Sheketoff Leonard & Rosalie Silberman Bernard & Eleanor Silver

Edward & Jan Silverman Myron & Elaine Silverman Eleanor Silverstein Cynthia Simon Morris & Margie Simon Reene A. Singer Saul & Susan Singer Wally & Myrna Small Dr. Irving & Dr. Carol Smokler Irene Calig Snyder Stephen & Florence Soble Harold & Sylvia Solinsky Allan & Shirley Solomon Ralph* & Delores Solomon Gloria C. Sommers* Gary H. Sommers Jack & Dani Sonnenblick Sam & Marcia Spear Mildred Sperling Frederick Spitzer* Eugene* & Phyllis Squires Alfred & Charlotte Stein Diana Stein Martin & Edith Stein Melvin & Selina Steinberg Richard & Naomi Steinberg Robert & Shirley Steinberg Manfred & Fern Steinfeld Lenore Tagerman Elbert & Beatrice* Taitz Ruth Taubman Blair* & Lee Temkin Geoffrey & Nancy Seaman Thornton Arthur & Phyllis Wachtel Norton & Anita Z. Waltuch Gerald Ward Bruce & Lynn Warshal Enid Weinberg Michael & Caren Weinberg Richard & Renee Weinberg Paul & Eleanor Weiner Bruce & Susan Werner

Donald & Barbara Werner Robert & Pamela Weinroth Daniel & Selma Lee Weiss Frank* & Ruth* White Stephen & Carol Kutner Winig Warren* & Toby Wintrub Jay & Barbara Wiston Dorothy Mayers Wizer Peter & Ilene Wohlgemuth Edwin* & Shirley* Woldar William & Acey Wolgin Sidney* & Jacqueline Wolgin Scott & Rachelle Wolgin-Blick Jules J. Yablow Claire* P. Zachian Raymond & Etta Zimmerman Sidney* & Rita* Zimmy

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JEWISH WOMEN’S FOUNDATION

The Jewish Women’s Foundation, a donor advised fund of the Jewish Community Foundation, offers Jewish women the opportunity to be hands-on philanthropists and support causes they are most passionate about, whether it’s here, in Israel or in more than 60 countries around the world. The Foundation, a diverse group of women representing various backgrounds, interests and ages, is being built by $10,000, $50,000 and $100,000 taxdeductible contributions, payable over five years. All Trustees, regardless of giving level, have equal rights in the grant making process. Sheila Fuente u, Chair Francine Cole u*, Immediate Past Chair Roxane Frechie Lipton u, Founding Chair Gail Asarch-Satovsky u Gloria Baker u Lori Berman u Florence Brody u Caryn Clayman u Carol Cohen Andrea Dubroff Sherry L. Endelson u

Freda H. Epstein u Barbara Feingold u Barbara Finkelstein Marleen Forkas Rani Garfinkle u Suzy Garfinkle u Doris Gidding Judith Gittinger- Temple Helen Goldband u Marion Goldstein Phyllis Greenman u Dayvee Bonnie Guthartz Wendy Gutmann-Kupfer u Susan Guttman Carol Herscot

Melanie R. Kaminetsky u Ann Kelman Alice Kemper Andrea Kline u Merle Krimsky u Patricia Kukes Dr. Ruth Legow u Wendy Legum u Helene Levine Judy Levis Markhoff u Sandra Lippy u Laura Litinsky u Natalie Pelavin u Jeri Poller u Mara Reuben u

Gail Rockoff Amy Ross Robin Rubin Phyllis Sandler u Ellen R. Sarnoff u Alison Schreier Dorothy Seaman u Marlene Silver Rose Singer Dr. Carol Smokler u Delores Solomon u Riki Tulin Dorothy Usiskin Jill Viner Phyllis Wachtel u

Caren Weinberg u Toby Weinman-Palchik u Donna Weiss u Carol Winig u Dorothy Wizer Iris Usdan Workman Jane Yudell Catherine Zieman Etta Gross Zimmerman u

u Founding Trustee * Of Blessed Memory

GOLDEN GIVERS

The Golden Givers Society recognizes those donors who have given their continuous support to the UJC/Federation Annual Campaign for 25 years or more. Arnold & Sydell Aaron Joseph & Dorothy Ackerman Mildred Ackerman Robert & Sandra Adler Nathan & Clara Adler William & Judith Allen Jerome & Audrey Altheimer Lawrence & Karen Altschul Jerry & Ann Asher Morris & Adele Avruch David Badner Margie Baer Elbert & Rita Bagus Lee & Gloria Baker Arty Barkas Cynthia Baron

Marion Baron Saul & Mimi Barrick Jerome & Norma Bashover Leonard & Phyllis Bell William & Renee Belman Ben & Rhoda Belnick Franklin & Joan Benamy Mae Benson Gertrude Berg Alexander & Phyllis Berger Morris Berke Samuel & Anita Berman Robert & Hilda Berner Jules Bernstein Rose Bernstein Stanton & Jacqueline Bernstein

Myra Biben Ethel Blanchard Ernest & Elaine Boas Roslaide Boyer Samuel & Harriet Brand Julius & Madalyn Braufman Barbara Braun Arthur & Helen Braverman Anne Brenner Hilda Brier Florence & Martin Brody Burton & Carol Bromson Dorothy Brown Jean Buchman John & Helen Budd Irving & Dorothy Burke

Edward & Freyda Burns Doris Cantor Irving & Doody Caplan Harry Carter Judith Chason Hannah Chestnov George & Yetta Colin Harold & Janis Cooper Anita Cope Martin & Ida Cotler Sidney & Elizabeth Dankman Joseph & Jean Delman Pearl Donshik Daniel & Sheila Duchin Jay & Helene Eichler Morris & Lorraine Eisenstein

Sonya Ellman Milton Engel Sam Engel Karola & Aaron Epstein Ronni & Jay Epstein Ed & Eleanor Epstein Florence Feinstein Joseph Felber Joseph Feld Lila Fierer Isabella Fink Rebecca Fink Marilyn Finkle Ruth Fishman Lou Fradin Albert & Marion Frager

Arline W. Frankel Sylvia Fried Henrietta Freidman Barry & Florence Friedberg Bernice Friedman David Friedman Hilda Friedman Norman & Shirley Friedman Sol Friedman Florence Fuller Ronald & Meryl Gallatin Charles B. Ganz Joan & Joseph Garde Beatrice Ginsberg Sy Ginsberg Mary Glassman (continuted next page)

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GOLDEN GIVERS (CONT) Mark Glickman Dr. Jerome & Anne Gold Helen Goldband Bettina Goldberg Robert & Joan Goldberg Gerald & Phyllis Golden Bernard & Marilyn Goldman Jerome & Lee Goldsmith Fred Goldsmith William & Lillian Goldstein Theodore Golembo Martin & Elaine Goodman Bernard & Doris Gordon Jerry & Kinnie Gorelick Albert & Jane Gortz Irving Gottlieb Sam Graf Albert & Barbara Grant Sylvia Greenberg Meyer Greenberg Jean Greenspan Joseph & Judith Gross Victor Gross & Shirley Fleishman Abraham Haller & Beatrice Levy Natalie Halpern Roslyn Handler Nathanial Harris Stanley & Annette Hart David & Adele Hast Leo & Alice Hecht Irene Heiber Richard & Marcia Hendler* Robert & May Hershey Dr. George & Arlene Hollenberg Joseph & Celia Holman Arthur Holtz Laura Honig Stanley & Rita Horbar

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Alfred Horowitz Ada Hyams Max & Anne Hyman Abraham & Alitta Irwin Sidney Israel Celia Jacobs Robert & Trina Jacobs Dr. William & Barbara Jacobs Charlotte Jagolinzer Morton & Dalia Jarashow Irving Joffe Thomas R. Kaplan Norman Kasser Edward & Anita Katz Harold & Doris Katz Thomas O. Katz & Elissa-Ellant Katz Rose Kaufman Jack Kay Lillian Kent Bernice Kesslen Joseph & Miriam Klein Stanley & Audrey Kleinfeld Oscar Klioze Dr. Norton & Phyllis Klotz Theodore & Barbara Knee Simon & Doris Konover Julius & Doris Kramer Estelle Krasno Samuel Krupnick Frieda Leemon Gerald & Dr. Ruth Legow Gloria Genin Lester Abner & Mildred Levine Herbert & Elaine Levine Sylvia Levine Dr. Harry & Miriam Levinson Richard D. Levy Harriet Liebross

Lila Liner Dorothy Lipson Rebecca Lister Herbert & Frances London Cmdr. Philip & Joan Lorber Leroy & Helene Lowenfeld Lila Luber J. Zel Lurie Robert & Peggy Madan Joe Mandelkorn & Regene Schottenstein Maurice Manov Leo Margolin William & Harriet Margolis Henry & Shirley Margulies Florence Melton Rita Meyer Jerry & Maxine Milgram Ethel Miller Marvin & Beverly Miller Paula Miller Stan & Joan Miller Florence Minkin Isadore Moore Jane Morningstar Lewis Myers Millicent Nathan Arnold Nestel Ted & Joyce Newman James & Lynn Nobil Barbara Nusbaum Harold Ostrow Toby Weinman Palchik Beatrice Pankin Eugene & Madeline Pargh Dr. Samuel Paul Beverly Pearlman Natalie Pelavin

Doris Pearlman Lawrence Phillips Maurice & Margy Plough Estelle Plous Henry & Anita Pollock Stanley & Joyce Preiser Maynard & Judy Rabinowitz Lucille Rader Seymour & Dollsey Rappaport Melvin Reichman & Mary Glassman Herbert Reisman Dr. Sidney & Marion Richman Rabbi Jack Riemer Louis Rifken Alan Roberts Bernard & Elaine Roberts Deborah Rosenberg Della Rosenberg Herman & Beatrice Rosenfeld Elinor Rosenthal Alfred Ross Daniel & Norma Ross Joseph & Shirley Rothchild Dr. Harvey Rothstein Leonard & Syril Rubin Herbert Rubman Rebbetzin Frances E. Sacks Gordon Salganik Sherman Salovitz Harriet & Irving Sands John & Susan Saril Mitzi Schafer Dr. Harry Schatz Sarah Schlesinger James & Elayne Schoke Shirley Schreiber Florence Schreibman Bill Schwartz

Hyman & Muriel Schwartz Stanley Schwartz & Lucille Steiner Irving & Paula Segal Charles Seibel Robert & Norma Seligman Clifford & Phyllis Seresky Sol & Harriet Shanus Dr. Alvin & Beverly M. Shapiro Louis Shapiro Norman & Gertrude Sharpe David Shechet Betty Sher Bernard & Deborah Shlossman Solomon Shore Bertha Silber Marion Silberberg Millicent Silverstein Rochelle Simms Claire Simon Herman Singer Leah Siskin Carmi Slomovitz Frances Snow Harvard & Miriam Sohn Harold Solinsky Delores R. Solomon Ruth Solomont Edwin & Marilyn Sonabend Samuel & Marcia Spear Norma Spector Seymour Statman Alfred & Charlotte Stein Benjamin & Joan Stein Diana Stein Melvin & Selina Steinberg Norman & Bettye Steinberg Manfred & Fern Steinfeld Allan & Marion Stillman

Sol & Therese Stiss Norman & Betty Stone Geraldine Stregevsky Lillian Swift-Gaeser Sam & Naomi Tauber Ruth Taubman Leonard & Anne Thun Albert & Esther Toll Dr. Isidor Tolpin Dr. Arthur & Phyllis Wachtel Robert & Frieda Wallstein Sheldon & Cathy Weil Audrey Weinberg Saul & Ruth Weinberger Morris Weiner Paul & Eleanor Weiner Irving Weingrod Claire Weisberg Irving Weisbrod Bernard Weiss Bernard & Sylvia Weiss Henry Weiss Marilyn Weissglass Stephen & Rose Weitz Edward West Jack Widitor Harry & Isabel Williams Dr. Albert Willner Dorothy Wizer Jerome Wolens Etta Wolfe Naomi Yardeni Edward & Muriel Yarock

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ENDOWMENT FUNDS

Endowment funds provide the Foundation with financial reserves that may be used in times of emergency, or for pilot programs and projects that could not otherwise be funded through the Annual Campaign. JEWISH COMMUNITY TRUST FUND UNRESTRICTED FUNDS Gerald & Harriet Berg Endowment Fund Harold Deckinger Memorial Fund Harry E. Goldfarb Endowment Fund Henry Hagelberg Memorial Fund Bess Hanick Memorial Fund Hecker-Yocum Unrestricted Fund Bonnie & Herb Hirsch Unrestricted Fund Charles*& Ann Kelman Unrestricted Fund Dorothy M. Lasky Samuel Lieberman Memorial Fund Sol J. Light Endowment Fund Margaret S. Meltzer Unrestricted Fund Margot Phillippi Rosemary & Allan Rubin Memorial Fund Rose Schneer Unrestricted Endowment Fund Albert* B. Sher Memorial Fund Sam Spear* Unrestricted Endowment Fund Dr. Frederick & Dorothy Landau Spitzer Fund Grace Taubman Endowment Fund in Memory of Arthur Taubman Stanley W. Vogel Memorial Fund Jack & Bessie Weinbaum Memorial Fund DESIGNATED OR RESTRICTED ENDOWMENT FUNDS Should a donor choose he/she may create a personalized special purpose fund within the Foundation. There are two types of restricted funds. In the first, the donor establishing the fund designates a field of interest, such as education or aid for the elderly, to which the income and/or principal of the fund is dedicated. The trustees of the Foundation will authorize grants from the fund only for the purpose specified. In the second type, the donor restricts the use of the fund’s income and/or principal to specific programs or

specific charities. A donor may also establish a fund which is partially restricted, specifying a percentage of fixed amounts for one or more special purposes and allowing the balance to be distributed at the discretion of the trustees. Art Acers Endowment Fund James & Marjorie Baer Young Leadership Award Fund Dr. Milton & Ruth Battler Endowment Fund Adolph & Ruth Hases Endowment Fund Anne Ellman Cedar Village Alzheimers Scholarship Fund Eli & Hilda Krinzman Scholarship Endowment Fund Betty Krupnick Endowment Fund Joshua Mission Endowment Fund Jules L. & Dorothy M. Kamsly Teen Program Fund James Nobil Annual Awards for Outstanding Lay Leadership & Professional Endowment Fund Toby Weinman Palchik Allan & Rosemary Rubin Scholarship Fund Albert Schiff Dorothy Seaman Abraham Zimmerman Memorial Endowment Fund Raymond Zimmerman Community Thanksgiving Endowment Fund AGENCY FUNDS Agency endowments can be created to perpetually support a donor’s philanthropic goals of the endowment fund. The Foundation will transmit the earned income in accordance with your specific instructions. JEWISH EDUCATION COMMISSION ENDOWMENT FUNDS Is Aronin Adult Education Endowment Fund Gary Bernstein Judaica High School Annual Community Teen Celebration/Commemoration Fund

Gift of Israel Fund Glassner-Hecht Family Endowment Fund for Israel Education Jackie Gruber March of the Living Endowment Fund Dorothy M. Lasky JEC Endowment Fund Gerald Legow Fund for Outstanding Achievement in Jewish Education March of the Living Endowment Fund Jacob & Sabina Mager March of the Living Endowment Fund Florence Melton Adult Mini-School Alumni Endowment Fund Rose Meltzer/Okonow Israel Youth Programs Endowment Fund Rand March of the Living Endowment Fund Eleanore Rukin JEC Endowment Fund Seaman Family Scholarship Fund Sylvia* & Jerome Wolens March of the Living Endowment Fund JEWISH ASSOCIATION FOR RESIDENTIAL CARE ENDOWMENT FUNDS Deborah Baker Memorial JARC Scholarship Fund Brumer House JARC Endowment Fund Daniel & Florence Cayne JARC Scholarship Endowment Fund Clayman Endowment Fund for Residential Care Samuel & Zelda Chafetz JARC Endowment Fund Anne Ellman JARC Scholarship Endowment Fund Matthew E. Ellman JARC Scholarship Endowment Fund Michael B. Ellman JARC Scholarship Endowment Fund Alexander D. Essig JARC Scholarship Endowment Fund Samuel R. Essig JARC Scholarship Endowment Fund Julie Jackson Memorial JARC Endowment Fund Edith & Mel Clayman JARC Scholarship Endowment Fund Henschel JARC Endowment Fund Leo & Cynthia Hollander JARC Endowment Fund Alisa Bachan Jaffe & Scott Paul Strochak JARC Scholarship

Endowment Fund JARC Endowment Fund JARC Scholarship Fund Ida V. & Irving M. Kashdan JARC Endowment Fund Kravitz Family JARC Endowment Fund Morris Lipson Memorial JARC Scholarship Endowment Fund Sidney & Barbara Oko Endowment Fund Idabelle Rosen JARC Special Activities Fund M. Norton & M. Patricia Rosner JARC Scholarship Endowment Fund Samuel Schranz Memorial JARC Endowment Fund Schlossheimer Family JARC Scholarship Endowment Fund Frank Shine Memorial JARC Scholarship Fund Ben & Joan Stein JARC Scholarship Endowment Fund Linda K. Tartikoff Memorial Endowment Fund Union Planters Bank JARC Scholarship Fund ADOLPH & ROSE LEVIS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER ENDOWMENT FUNDS Bernard & Elaine Beifield Adult Activities Center Endowment Fund James Benak Memorial Fund for Teen Programs Florence & Irving Blickstein Donor-Advised Philanthropic Fund II Jack Boeko JCC Endowment Fund Madison Brody Memorial Fund for the Zale Early Childhood Library Ellen & Edward Cohen JCC Maccabi Fund Mitchell Dobbin Youth Maccabi Team Fund Eleanor & Ed Epstein JCC Jewish Enhancement Endowment Fund Essig-Ellman Family JCC Alzheimer Scholarship Endowment Fund Beverly Feurring JCC Youth Enhancement Fund (continuted next page)

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ENDOWMENT FUNDS (CONT) Dale & Edward Filhaber JCC Family Financial Aid Endowment Fund Robert & Stephanie O. Greenberg JCC Enhancement Endowment Fund Diana Just JCC Financial Assistance Endowment Fund Elaine & Mel Kofsky JCC Fund Levis JCC President’s Fund Levis JCC Lifetime Membership Fund Jerry & Macky Milgram Camp Scholarship Endowment Fund L. Newman Family Scholarship Endowment Fund Madeline & Eugene Pargh Scholarship Fund Marjorie & Maurice Plough, Jr. JCC Endowment Fund Mary & David Pollen Alzheimer’s Day Care Center Endowment Fund Nathan Rosen Art Gallery Endowment Fund Eleanore Rukin* JCC Fund Eleanore Rukin* JCC Children’s Concerts Fund Eleanore Rukin* JCC Cultural Arts Program Fund Eleanore Rukin* JCC Insight Program Fund Phyllis & Harvey Sandler Center for Jewish Life Enhancement Fund Harry A. Schatz* Youth Leadership Development Endowment Fund Diane Shlansky Zale Early Childhood Endowment Fund Sheila Sklar Memorial Early Childhood Endowment Fund Special Projects Fund II Betty C. & Norman I. Stone Leadership Award Endowment Fund Sylvia* & Jerome Wolens Celebration Season Endowment Fund Sylvia* Wolens Jewish Heritage Writing Competition Endowment Fund Jerome Wolens Young Adult Jewish Heritage Writing Competition Endowment Fund RUTH RALES JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE ENDOWMENT FUNDS Jack C. Alexander Telephone Reassurance Program Endowment Fund Anton-Bobick Endowment Fund Herman N. and Sara F. Cohn Senior Rx Drug Endowment Fund Edward Eisen In-Home Supportive Services Endowment Fund

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Forster Family Kosher Food Pantry Fund Rose Golden Memorial Indigent Care Fund Richard J. Goldstein Memorial Jewish Family Service Endowment Fund Gerald & Rochelle Goldstein* Endowment Fund Lisa & David Goodman Fund Edward S. Gould Fund for Special Needs of Gay and Lesbian Clients Edward S. Gould Fund for Outreach for Elderly Lesbians and Gay Men Abraham & Rita Hazelcorn RRJFS Endowment Fund Holocaust Survivors Fund I Have a Dream Fund Indigent Care Endowment Fund Eli & Hilda Krinzman Scholarship Endowment Fund Betty Krupnick Endowment Fund Roxane Frechie Lipton Jewish Family Service Endowment Fund Madeline & Eugene Pargh Kosher Food Pantry Endowment Fund Jason Pavao Memorial Endowment Fund Michael Pelavin RRJFS Staff Endowment Fund Rabbi Joseph & Anne Pollack Endowment Fund David Pollen RRJFS Fund Ruth Rales Jewish Family Service Endowment Fund Ruth Rales Jewish Family Service Fund for Children with Rett Syndrome Ruth Rales Jewish Family Service Director’s Endowment Fund Ruth Rales Jewish Family Service Outreach Program Fund Ruth Rales Jewish Family Serivce Special Projects Fund Michelle Rotholz Memorial Endowment Fund Berenice Brenn Schankerman Endowment Fund Sidney & Dorothy Schuman Endowment Fund Harold & Julia K. Segall Memorial Endowment Fund Louis Shapiro Jewish Family Service Endowment Fund Sidney & Eleanor Silverstein In-Home Supportive Services Delores & Ralph* Solomon Endowment Fund Jeffrey Brian Turkin Memorial RRJFS Endowment Fund Clifford & Jill Viner Family Compassionate Care Program Fund Edith Wasserbard* Endowment Fund

Gladys Weinshank Endowment Fund Morton J. Weinstein Memorial Endowment Fund for the Sight Impaired Mary Weiss Fund in Memory of Sigmund Weiss Peter & Ilene Wohlgemuth JFS Endowment Fund Sidney & Jacqueline Wolgin RRJFS Emergency Services Endowment Fund DONNA KLEIN JEWISH ACADEMY ENDOWMENT FUNDS Jean Rozefsky Buchman & Nathan* Buchman DKJA Outstanding Achievement Award in the Arts Fund Nathan* & Jean Buchman /Charles Okun DKJA Outstanding Achievement Award in Physical Sciences Fund Chason Family Endowment Fund Linda Halperin Clouse & Barry Minkin Endowment for DKJA Outstanding Achievement in Music & the Arts Fund DKJA Capital Endowment Fund DKJA Library Fund in Memory of Julius Fleischer DKJA Project Care Endowment Fund DKJA- PTO Teacher Recognition Fund DKJA Scholarship Field of Interest Fund DKJA Scholarship Fund #2 Esther Ellman DKJA Scholarship Endowment Fund Ira L. Futeran DKJA Scholarship Endowment Fund Victor Gross DKJA Academic Achievement Scholarship Endowment Fund Maurice & Dorothy Halperin Family DKJA Outstanding Achievement Award in Social Science Endowment Fund Abraham & Ruth Hases Endowment Fund Eleanor & Irving Jaffe DKJA Unrestricted Endowment Fund Linda Rosenblatt Kaminow DKJA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Computer Science Fund Hyman I. Kones DKJA President’s Award for Outstanding Citizenship Endowment Fund Lenner Family DKJA Outstanding Excellence in Physical Education Endowment Fund May & Les Lesley DKJA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Midot Tovot Fund Marcus Family DKJA Outstanding Achievement Award For Acts of Tzedakah Endowment Fund William & Harriet Margolis DKJA Scholarship Endowment Fund

Lana Marks DKJA Endowment Fund Norman & Selma Maslow DKJA Scholarship Endowment Fund Heather & Max Millard DKJA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Writing Fund Owitz Greenberg Chesed Fund for DKJA Family Assistance Pearl Roth Pfeffer Endowment Fund for Outstanding Achievement Award For Entrepreneurial Service to DKJA Arnold Rosenthal DKJA Library Fund Eleanore Rukin Fund for the DKJA Learning Resource Center Sandelman Family DKJA Outstanding Achievement Award in Mathematics Endowment Fund Howard & Anita Schaeffer DKJA Scholarship Endowment Fund Harold & Julia K. Segall Memorial Endowment Fund Fannie & Izick Sherman DKJA Outstanding Torah Achievement Award Endowment Fund established by Rose & Sol Turetsky Marion Shulman DKJA Scholarship Fund Arthur & Shirley Siegel DKJA Scholarship Fund Marshall Sigel DKJA Scholarship Fund Spooner Family DKJA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Athletics Fund Solomon & Rose Turetsky DKJA Teacher Award Fund Solomon & Rose Turetsky DKJA Tuition Assistance Fund Dr. David & Ruth Wollowick DKJA Scholarship Endowment Fund Claire Pastor Zachian DKJA Scholarship Endowment Fund HILLEL DAY SCHOOL ENDOWMENT FUNDS Thomas O. Katz Hillel Community Day School Library Endowment Fund Levine/Weinberger Hillel Day School Endowment Fund Amy & Michael Schiffman Hillel Day School Endowment Fund Tobie & William Wiener Hillel Endowment Fund JEWISH NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Joyce W. Greene Memorial Endowment Fund (National Hillel) ENDOWMENT FUNDS FOR ISRAEL Mollie Rosenthal Memorial Fund


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DONOR ADVISED PHILANTHROPIC FUNDS

Donors establishing a donor advised philanthropic fund make recommendations for distributions of the fund’s principal and income which are managed by the Jewish Community Foundation. Distributions are made to charitable organizations whose purposes are consistent with those of the Jewish community. Donor advised funds may be created with a minimum of $2,500. Anonymous E. Julian* & Jeanette Adams Fund Albin Fund Jerome & Audrey Altheimer Fund Jerry & Ann Asher Fund James B.* & Marjorie Baer Fund Ricki & Milton Barbarosh Fund Marcia S. Beckerman Fund Michael J. Beckerman Fund Leonard D. & Phyllis Bell Fund Steve Belson Fund Franklin M. & Joan Benamy Fund Marc & Phyllis Beresin Fund Robert* & Hilda Berner Fund Gary* & Rose Bernstein Fund Joseph* & Myra Biben Fund Laurence Blair Fund Aaron Bloom Fund Edward & Marianne Bobick Fund Joseph S. & Gertrude Bowman Fund Arthur & Helen Braverman Fund Bernard & Joan Koppy Brawer Fund Theodore* & Goldye* Breman Fund Henry* & Anne Brenner Fund Isabel Brenner Fund George M.* & Ruth Brown Fund Gale Meltzer Brudner Fund Alex & Robert Bruner Fund Robert E. Byrnes Fund Morton & Bernice Caine Fund Robert & Celia Case Fund Chertkof Fund Richard & Stephanie Chestnov Fund Caryn Clayman Fund Leah & Sanford* Coblitz Fund Baron* & Ruth Coleman Fund George* & Yetta Colin Fund Edith B. & Robert H. Colt Fund Andrea & Robert Colton Fund

Adrienne & Eric W. Deckinger Fund Jeffrey A. & Suzanne Deutch Fund Craig & Judi Donoff Fund Jonathan & Roberta Duker Fund Ellman Family Fund Ethel Helfant Feldman Fund Murray B. & Doris* Felton Fund Martin & Janet M. Fierberg Fund Dale & Edward Filhaber Fund Edward & Kay Finkelstein Family Fund Arlen & Patricia C. Fischlowitz Fund Richard E. & Harlene B. Fishman Fund Albert & Marion Frager Fund Craig Freeman Fund Elizabeth F. Freeman Fund Mickey* & Sylvia Fried Fund Barry & Florence Friedberg Family Fund James & Wendy Friedland Fund Herbert & Marion Friedman Fund Maurice* & Hilda Friedman Fund Norman A. & Shirley B. Friedman Fund Charles Ganz Fund Sandy* & Rani Garfinkle Fund Herbert & Elaine Gimelstob Philanthropic Fund Marilyn Goldman Fund Stanley & Sylvia Graber Fund Stuart W. & Paula Graff Fund Alice Greenberg* Memorial Fund Bernard* & Phyllis Greenman Fund Larry & Debra Halperin Fund Hebrew Union College Program Fund Ronald Hermann Fund Fred* & Julia Hershaft Fund Herskowitz Family Fund Adolf L. & Patty Herst Fund Irving & Laura Herz Fund Hirsch Family Fund Peter & Donna Holland Fund Anne & Max M. Hyman Fund

I.C. Philanthropic Fund Samuel W.* & Adrienne Jacobs Fund Arthur H. & Mata* Jaffe Fund Donald & Barbara Janower Jewish Women’s Foundation Joyce G. Kahn Family Fund Richard S.* & Polly S. Kaltenbacher Fund Lewis* & Lilly Kaplan Fund Thomas R. & Pamela Kaplan Fund Stanley & Florence Kaufelt Fund Pamela & Howard Kaye Family Fund Robert & Mercedes Kaufman Fund Hyman* A. & Ida Kirsner Fund Sam* W. & Donna* Klein Fund Aaron H. & Jeffrey J. & Susan I.Knopping Fund Mel & Elaine Kofsky Family Fund Marvin & Muriel Kogod Fund Kwal Family Philanthropic Fund Richman-Lazarus JARC Fund Harry* & Shirley Leventhal Fund Beth and Daniel Levine Family Fund Herbert R. & Elaine Levine Family Fund Larry Levine Family Fund Levine Family Fund Beatrice Levy* Fund Libby Family Fund Aaron & Leah Lipskar Philanthropic Fund Simon & Kate Lipskar Philanthropic Fund Lorber Family Fund Commander Philip & Joan Lorber Philanthropic Fund William & Harriet Margolis Fund Harry*& Mae Markowitz Fund Jerry & Gail Mayerson Fund Manuel & Rhoda Mayerson Fund Bruce & Marilyn Meltzer Fund Robert & Meryl Meltzer Fund Joan & Mark Mendel Fund Thelma & Eugene Miller Fund

Gladys Moore Memorial Fund Morningstar Fund Herbert* & Dorothy Nadolny Fund Ned & Caryn Nashban Family Fund Rebecca Arie Nashban Children Helping Children Fund Stanley & Adella Nemer Fund James & Lynn Nobil Fund Richard L. & Charlotte Okonow Fund Adrienne & Nat Packer Memorial Fund Toby Weinman Palchik Fund Eugene & Madeline Pargh Fund Phillips Family Fund Donald* & Cecelia Platnick Fund Tal & Andrea Plotkin Fund Edward & Ellen Pollock Fund Georgina & Edwin Polokoff Fund David & Dale Pratt Fund Benjamin* & Clarice Pressner Fund Professional Advisory Committee Fund Maynard & Judith B. Rabinowitz Fund Seymour A. & Dollsey G. Rappaport Fund Sam & Celia Reich Fund Reinstein Family Philanthropic Fund James and Rose Robinson Fund Richard B. & Lois Romanoff Fund Nathan D.* & Sylvia L. Rosen Fund Arnold S.* & Elinor Rosenthal Fund Michael & Angela Ross Fund Michael & Gladys Rothbaum Fund Rubenstein Family Fund Adele & Dr. Howard Rubenstein Family Foundation Fund Arthur & Millicent Rudolph Fund Michael Rukin Fund Rabbi Dr. Louis L. Sacks Fund Irving & Harriett Sands Fund Ellen R. Sarnoff Fund Satovsky Family Fund

Doris Schwartz Fund Schwedelson Family Fund Albert G.* & Dorothy Segal Fund Jean* & Charles* Shacter Fund Nelson & Cara Shaller Family Fund Faigel & Len Shapiro Fund Lewis & Sylvia Sheketoff Fund William & Marion Sherry Fund Sidney* Shneider Family Fund Arthur & Shirley Siegel Fund Donald Shopiro Fund Irvin L. & Fannie Siegel* Fund Marshall E. & Sybil Sigel Fund Stuart J. & Bonnie Sigel Family Fund Theodore G. & Janice E.* Simkin Fund James J.* & Rose Singer Fund Saul & Susan Singer Fund Reene A. Singer Fund Phillip & Leah Siskin Fund Raymond* & Beatrice Slomin Fund Allan B. & Shirley F. Solomon Fund Eugene* B. & Phyllis J. Squires Fund Ben & Joan Stein Fund Eric & Loren Stein Fund Mel* & Elaine Stein Fund Leonard & Geraldine Steinlauf Fund Norman I. & Betty C. Stone Fund Teddy & Linda Struhl Fund Maurice & Betty Terkel Fund Leon F. Thorpe Fund Saul* & Ruth Weinberger Fund Robert & Pamela Weinroth Fund Jerry & Donna Weiss Fund Marvin* & Cindy White Fund Willner Family Fund Dorothy Meyers Wizer Family Fund Jerome & Sylvia* Wolens Fund Scott & Rachell Wolgin-Blick Fund Sidney* & Jacqueline Wolgin Fund (continuted next page)

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DONOR ADVISED PHILANTHROPIC FUNDS (cont)

bequests received

Carl* & Phyllis Zimble Fund Philip* & Betty Zinman Fund Lawrence & Leonore Zusman Fund

The Jewish Community Foundation honors the memory of those that left bequests last year and in so doing, extended the scope of their commitment beyond a lifelong concern for the welfare of the Jewish people.

* Of Blessed Memory

 Mitchell Bacow

BAR/BAT MITZVAH FUNDS Bar/Bat Mitzvah Funds are donor advised philanthropic fund created with a minimum contribution of $1,000.

STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS

Leya Edelstein Jennifer Kahn Daniel Makover Sinclaire Devereaux Marber Nicholas S. Mishkin Zachary Nimhauser Julia Robins

Andrew Schneider Daniel Shimansky Jonah Stein Joshua Wohlgemuth Michelle Wohlgemuth

ENDOWMENT AWARD

Presented each year to an individual or individuals who have had a significant impact on the growth and development of the Jewish Community Foundation. 1988 – Gary Bernstein* 1989 – Albert W. Gortz 1990 – Marvin A. Kirsner 1991 – Jerome L. Wolf 1992 – Craig Donoff 1993 – Abner Levine 1994 – Eric W. Deckinger 1995 – Gerald & Phyllis Golden 1996 – Larry Phillips 1997 – Eugene & Madeline Pargh 1998 – Ralph M. Solomon*

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1999 – Marianne Bobick 2000 – Jerome Altheimer 2001 – Jeffrey S. Kahn 2002 – Beverly Shapiro 2003 – Barry Kaye 2004 – Caryn Clayman 2005 – Dorothy Seaman 2006 – Jerome Altheimer & David Pratt 2007 – Thomas R. Kaplan *Of Blessed Memory

Heinz & Harriett Liebross

Rose Barrow

The Jewish Community Foundation offers scholarships to students in our local service area (Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Highland Beach) for undergraduate college study. Grants are awarded from the Abraham Zimmerman Fund, the Rosemary & Allan Rubin Scholarship Fund and the Eli & Hilda Krinzman Scholarship Endowment Fund based upon demonstrated financial need.The total amount awarded was $ $42,405 this past year for study at the following institutions: Florida Gulf Coast State University

University of Central Florida

Santa Fe Community College

MITZVAH SOCIETY – PAC

The Mitzvah Society, established by the Professional Advisory Committee (PAC) of the Jewish Community Foundation, recognizes estate planning professionals who have referred one or more clients to the Foundation resulting in a gift. M. Adam Bankier Jeff Baskies, Esq. Steven A. Belson, Esq. Howard Bienenfeld Larry Blair, Esq. Stuart E. Bloch, Esq. Edward Bobick, Esq. Francine R. Cole* Craig Donoff, Esq. Mary Sue Donohue, Esq. Janet S. Elinoff Kenneth Edelman Stephen A. Fattel, CPA

Edward Flank Robert Friedman Sal Gorge Albert W. Gortz, Esq. Marjorie Horwin, CPA Jeffrey S. Kahn, Esq. Thomas R. Kaplan Thomas O. Katz, Esq. David Katzman, CPA Barry Kaye Elyssa Kupferberg Paul Labiner, Esq. W. Lawrence Larche

Carol Lasek Fred MacLean, Esq. Seth A. Marmor, Esq. Linda Melcer Stephen G. Melcer, Esq. David Pratt, Esq. Paul E. Roman Madeleine H. Rothman Mark A. Schaum, Esq. Jeffrey Schildkraut Howard Schwartz Ronald L. Siegel, Esq. Ralph M. Solomon*

Mitchell Starr Mindy Stein, Esq. Richard Steinberg Donald Tescher, Esq. George Weinstein, Esq. Jerome L. Wolf, Esq. Joel H. Yudenfreund

*Of Blessed Memory


Mollie Rosenthal Memorial Fund for Services to the Aged In 1989, Dr. Lewis Rosenthal, a retired dentist, left $1.8 million from his estate to the Foundation to create an endowment fund in memory of his mother, Mollie Rosenthal. At least 90% of the assets must at all times be invested in Israel Bonds. The income earned each year is to be used for providing assistance to the aged in Israel. This is primarily for geriatric social services. JDC-ESHEL (the Association for the Planning and Development of Services for the Aged) pioneers programs to help Israeli society meet the challenges and needs of its growing elderly population. A major element of its efforts is training caregivers of the elderly to ensure that they can provide the highest level of care to the aged. In 2001, JDC-ESHEL established the Glickman Center for Education and Training on the Tel Hashomer campus of the Sheba Medical Center located in the center of the country. This state-of-the-art facility provides over 50 courses each year to 2,000 people who work with the elderly. People from across the field of geriatric care participate in the courses including professionals, paraprofessionals, social workers, nurses, doctors, occupational therapists and physiotherapists as well as care givers in home care, community. The Glickman Center’s training courses respond to both the current and future anticipated needs in services for the aged. The courses address the learning needs of workers at various levels and integrate the varied disciplines involved in caring for the elderly, such as medicine, nursing, social work, psychology, nutrition, communication, psychiatry, biology and physiotherapy.

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The courses use various teaching methods such as individual and group workshops, practical experience, field trips and in-depth case studies. By working to improve the knowledge and skills of those who care for the elderly, the Glickman Center strives to enhance the quality of life for Israel’s elderly. Since 2003, the Mollie Rosenthal Fund supported a three-year program to fund the establishment and expansion of Emergency and Supportive Communities through the JDC to care for those elderly, and has distributed $368,008. In 2006-07, JDC-Eshel Senior Employment Center, a two-year funding commitment, commenced for an Employment Center for Seniors within the Glickman Training Center; $100,000 in 2006-07 and $100,000 in 2007-08. The intent of this fund is to provide life-changing support and care for Israel’s needy elderly. This grant will provide funds to build JDC-Eshel Employment Center for seniors in Kiryat Bialik totaling $200,000 over two years. Kiryat Bialik has a higher-than average 18% elderly population aged 65 and above. The Senior Employment Center will be built within the structure of the Mollie Rosenthal sponsored Glickman Training Center for Education and Training in Kiryat Bialik, thus creating a continued legacy for the important programs already established and supported by the Mollie Rosenthal Fund. Employment opportunities, including a café and seniors shopping mall, will allow retired people who are still able to work, to earn a small income, as well as give them a sense of accomplishment and self-worth.

donor advised FUNDS – charitable distributions

The following Charitable Organizations have received distributions requested by Foundation Donors from their individual Philanthropic Funds. A. F. Best Securities Foundation, Inc. A.I.P.A.C. (American Israel Public Affairs Committee) Actors’ Shakespeare Project Adaptive Learning Center - A.L.C. Adler Aphasia Center Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center AFMDA - Palm Beach Friends of Magen David Adom Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse Albert Einstein College of Medicine Yeshiva University Alliance for Families with Deaf Children (AFDC) Alpha Gamma Delta-Gamma Beta-Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation ALS Hope Fund- Gwen & Steve Rubin Research Alzheimers Association

Alzheimer’s Disease Research American Associates Ben Gurion University American Cancer Society American Foreign Service Association American Foundation for the Blind American Friends of Hebrew University American Friends of Livnot Ulehibanot American Friends of Magen David Adom AFMDA American Friends of Meir Panim-Relief Centers in Israel American Friends of Migdal Ha’emek American Friends of the Kollel of Ottawa, Inc. American Jewish Committee American Jewish Congress American Jewish Congress

American Jewish Historical Society American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee American Jewish World Service American Jewish World Service American Pardes Foundation American Parkinson Disease Association American Printing House for the Blind American Red Cross of Martin County American Society for Technion American Society For Yad Vashem Americans For Peace Now Amit Women, Inc. Amnesty International USA Amputee Coalition of America Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple Anti Defamation League

ARMDI - West Boca Chapter Arnold P. Gold Foundation Arthritis Foundation Arthur & Mata Jaffe Collection-FAU Library Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Academy ArtWorks Auburn Theological Seminary Auschwitz Jewish Center Autism Speaks AXA Equitable Payment Center Barry & Florence Friedberg South Shore JCC Beth Chaim Congregation Beth El Congregation Beth El The Beaches Synagogue Beth Tikvah Synagogue Bethany College

Blinded Veterans Association B’nai B’rith Foundation of the U.S. B’nai B’rith Youth Organization B’nai Israel Congregation B’Nai Jeshurun Congregation B’nai Torah Congregation Boca Friends of Cancer Research Boca Lago Cancer Research Boca Raton Children’s Museum Boca Raton Community Hospital Foundation Boca Raton Mikvah Boca Raton Museum of Art Boca Raton Philharmonic Symphonia, Inc. Boca West Cancer Research Unit Bone Marrow Foundation Boy Scouts of America

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donor advised FUNDS – charitable distributions (CONT) Boys Club of New York Boys Town Jerusalem Foundation of America Brain Tumor Society Brandeis University Breast Cancer Three Day Bright Horizons Foundation for Children Bronx High School of Science Broward Center for the Performing Arts Foundation Buffalo Hadassah Caldwell Theater Company Caridad Center Case Western Reserve University Center for Science in the Public Interest Chabad at Virginia Tech Chabad Lubavitch Mitzvah Tank Chabad of Boca Raton Chabad of Space Coast Chai Lifeline Southeast Chai Lifeline Chamah Charley’s fund Children’s Books on Tape, Inc. Childrens Medical Fund of New York Children’s Miracle Network Children’s Village of Jerusalem Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing at FAU CLAL-National Jewish Center for Learning & Leaders Coalition for the Advancement of Jewish Education Columbia University Columbia/Barnard Hillel Committee for Accuracy in Middle-East Reporting Concert Association of Florida Congregation Agudath Israel of West Essex Congregation Beth Adam Congregation Beth Mordacai Congregation Beth Simchat Torah Congregation B’nai Israel Congregation Kehillath Israel Congregation Mishkan Tefila Congregation Shaarei Zedech Crohns & Colitis Foundation of America

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Cure Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation Dana Farber Cancer Institute Daniel Cantor Wultz Foundation Deaf Service Center Delray Beach Play House Delray Citizens for Delray Police Dental Volunteers for Israel-American Friends Diabetes Research Institute Foundation Doctors Without Borders Donna Klein Jewish Academy Dorot Dr. Garabed A. Fattal Community Free Clinic Elderhostel Eldridge Street Project Emergency Medical Assistance Environmental Defense Evans Scholars Foundation FAU Foundation, Inc. / LLS FAU Galleries FAU Libraries - Judaica Sound Archives Federation of Jewish Communities of the CIS FJC FLAME -Facts & Logic About the Middle East Florence Fuller Child Development Center Florence Melton Adult Mini-School Alumni Association Florida Atlantic University Foundation, Inc. Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches, Inc. Florida Society for Middle East Studies Florida Stage Florida Sunshine Pops Foundation Fighting Blindness Friends of IR David Friends of Israel Defense Forces Friends of Israel Scouts, Inc. Friends of Yad Sarah Friends of Yemin Orde Friendship Circle of the Rabbinical College of America Fund for Humanistic Judaism Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine General Israel Orphan Home for Girls Georgia Tech Foundation

Gesher Foundation, USA Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History Glen Oaks Club Philanthropic Fund at Jewish Community Globe Aware Goldman Union Camp Institute Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Living Gordon Jewish Community Center of Nashville Greater Boca Raton Unit-Papanicolaou Corp forCancer Green Map System Guide Dog Foundation For The Blind, Inc. Guiding Eyes for the Blind Gulfstream Goodwill Life Academy Gurwin Jewish Geriatric Foundation, Inc. Habitat For Humanity International Hadassah Hands on Tzedakah Inc Harpeth Hall School Haven Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Heartland Home Health & Hospice Hebrew Senior Life, Inc. Hebrew Union College Helen Keller International Heritage House HIAS-Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society Highland Beach Library Highlands-Cashiers Hospital Foundation Hillel Day School Hillel of Broward & Palm Beach Counties Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life Horowitz Freedom Center-Defense of Israel Project Hospice By The Sea Hospice of North Shore Hospice of Palm Beach County House to House International Fellowship of Christians and Jews International Rescue Committee Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center Israel Cancer Association USA

Israel Children’s Center Israel Family Planning Association Israel Special Kids Fund Jackson Memorial Foundation JAFI-Jewish Agency For Israel JCC Association Jerusalem Foundation Jewish Adoption & Foster Care Options Jewish Association for Residential Care Jewish Braille Institute of America Jewish Collegiate Learning Experience Jewish Communal Fund Jewish Community Center of Palm Beach Jewish Community Center Jewish Community Federation of Richmond Jewish Community Foundation Jewish Council for Youth Services Jewish Education Commission of the Jewish Federation Jewish Education Service of North America (JESNA) Jewish Family Service Jewish Federation of Brevard and Indian River Jewish Federation of Broome County Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County Jewish Federation of SPBC/JEC/March of the Living Jewish Federation of Youngstown Ohio Jewish Guild for the Blind Jewish Heritage For The Blind Jewish Museum of Florida Jewish National Fund Broward Jewish Reconstructionist Federation - Beit Devora Jewish Theological Seminary Jewish War Veterans of the USA John Hopkins School of Advanced Studies Joint Passover Association Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy Judicial Watch Kadima Keren Or Keshet

Kidney & Urology Foundation of America Koby Mandell Foundation, Inc. Kol Tikvah Hadassah Kollel of Boca Raton Kravis Center for the Performing Arts League for Educational Awareness of the Holocaust LEAH Inc Learning Alternatives Inc. Learning Spring Elementary School Leukemia & Lymphoma Society LIFE-Leaders In Furthering Education Lighthouse For The Blind Linda Horowitz Cancer Research Foundation Long Island Jewish Hospital Foundation Lower East Side Tenement Museum Lungevity Foundation Lymphoma Research Foundation Lynn University Conservatory of Music Lynn University Maccabi USA/Sports for Israel Maot Chitim of Greater Chicago March of Dimes Marcus Institute Massachusetts General Hospital Master Chorale of South Florida Mayo Clinic Mayo Foundation Mazon Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Miami City Ballet Miami-Dade Holocaust Survivors, Inc Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinsons Research Monmouth Medical Center Foundation Multiple Sclerosis Research Center of NY Muscular Dystrophy Association NARSAD Nassau County Museum of Art National Brain Tumor Foundation National Center for Jewish Cultural Arts National Committee for the Furtherance of Jewish Education National Federation of the Blind


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donor advised FUNDS – charitable distributions (CONT) National Geographic Society National Institute of Jewish Hospice National Jewish Committee on Scouting National Jewish Medical and Research Center National Multiple Sclerosis Society National Parkinson Foundation National Single Parents Resource Center National World War II Memorial National Yiddish Book Center NCSJ - National Conference of Soviet Jewry Ner Tamid-North County Inland Conservative Synagogue Neve Michael Children’s Village New Eyes for the Needy New Israel Fund New Vista Theater New World Symphony New York University North American Conference on Ethiopiam Jewry North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System Found Northeastern University Hillel Old School Square, Inc. Old Westbury Hebrew Congregation Open Society Institute of Baltimore ORT America, Inc. Palm Beach Opera Palm Beach Pops Palm Heathcare Foundation, Inc. PANIM: Institute for Jewish Leadership & Values Papanicolaou Womens Corps for Cancer Research Paralyzed Veterans of America Parkinsons Action Network Foundation Parkinsons Disease Foundation Personal Ponies Planned Parenthood of South Palm Beach & Broward Counties Play for P.I.N.K. Prevent Blindness-Tenessee Princeton University-Center for Jewish Life-Hillel Prostate Cancer Foundation Reform Jewish Appeal

Rogosin Institute Roswell Park Cancer Institute Rudlin Torah Academy Ruth Rales Jewish Family Service Salute to Israel Parade Salvation Army Salvation Army Samuel Field Bay Terrace YM & YWHA Sass Foundation for Medical Research Inc. Scottsdale Healthcare Foundation Senior Living Foundation of the American Foreign Service Shaare Zedek Medical Center Shriner’s Hospital Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center Simon Wiesenthal Center Sinai Academy of the Berkshires Sinai Guild Solomon Schechter School of Greater Boston Solomon Schechter School of SPBC Southern Poverty Law Center Special Parents Information Network of Santa Cruz St. Andrews Cancer Research Unit of the Papanicola St. Francis Hospital Foundation St. Johns Law School St. Louis Jewish Community Centers Association Stand Among Friends Stuttering Foundation Surprise Lake Camp Susan G. Komen - Race for the Cure Syracuse University Technion Temple Adath Or Temple Beth El Israel Temple Beth El of Boca Raton Temple Beth Rishon Temple B’nai Israel Temple Concord Temple Emeth Temple Hillel B’nai Torah Temple Isiah

Temple Israel Temple Jeremiah Temple Kehillat Chaim Temple Sinai Temple Torah of West Boynton Beach The Bicol Clinic Foundation Inc. The Botsford Foundation The Breast Cancer Research Foundation The Carter Center The Children’s Village The City College 21st Century Foundation The Foundation Fighting Blindness The Gillen Brewer School The Giving Tree The Heritage Foundation The Jewish Center The Kutz Home The Manhattan Project 2 Corporation The Mark Center The Mildred & Abner Levine Family Foundation The Mission South Florida, Inc. The Pallet Fund The SK Memorial Foundation (Children’s Charities) The Smile Train The Temple Thirteen Association-Thirteen/WNET To This Day Foundation Torah Academy of Boca Raton Torah Academy of Ottawa Trillium Performing Arts Collective, Ltd U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation UJA - Federation of New York UNC-TV Unicorn Children’s Foundation Union of Councils for Jews in the Former Soviet Union United Jewish Communities of Metrowest United Jewish Communities United Soup Kitchens United Way Community Services United Way of Asheville & Buncombe County

United Way of Palm Beach County University of Delaware University of Maryland University of Miami University of North Carolina University of Notre Dame University of Pennsylvania USA Friends of Beit Halochem USO Vasculitis Foundation Veterans Helping Heroes Virginia Holocaust Museum Vita Nova of Renaissance Village Washington Institute for Near East Policy WBHS Band - West Boca Raton Community High School WCQS Weinbaum Yeshiva High School Wellesley College Wellington Jewish Center West Point Jewish Chapel Fund Westchester Reform Temple WGBH White Plains Hospital Center WLRN Public Radio & Television Wolf School Inc Womens Metropolitan Golf Association World Jewish Congress WPBT Channel 2 WQED Multimedia WXEL Yale University - School of Medicine Yeshiva Chaim Berlin Yeshiva University - Center for the Jewish Future YMCA Camp Hi Rock YMCA of Middle Tennessee Young Israel of Boca Raton Zimmerman Bnai Brith Camp for Visually Impaired Children ZOA-Zionist Organization of American

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2008 Annual Report