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Jewish students enjoyed learning Jewish history, traditions and values in Jewish day schools and synagogue religious schools that received a total of $2,016,337 in direct Federation funding for the 2013–2014 school year.

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Federation’s Jewish Community Relations Council and Women’s Philanthropy created the Task Force to Combat Human Trafficking in 2013 to increase public awareness and concern about the dangers of this modern form of slavery and its prevalence in Miami-Dade County and Florida.

In 2013, Federation provided first-time grants to help nine fledgling Jewish nonprofits build capacity, spur innovation and serve unmet local needs in the areas of arts and culture, education, food insecurity, leadership development, inclusion and more.

Together with Miami’s partner city of Yerucham and the Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education (CAJE), Federation instituted the Diller Teen Fellows Program in 2013, inviting 40 exceptional young adults to engage in leadership development, identity building and social-service programming in both communities over the course of a year.

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The Jewish Agency for Israel, the Government of Israel and other longstanding Federation partners brought 450 Ethiopians to Israel in August 2013 through Operation Dove’s Wings, the last two flights of a decades-long, highly successful immigration and absorption project that enabled more than 92,000 descendants of Ethiopia’s Jews to make aliyah.

Nearly 150,000 elderly Jews in more than 2,600 communities across the former Soviet Union – from Ukraine to Uzbekistan – received critical food, medicines, home care, winter heating and social services from 161 Hesed social welfare centers operated by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), a long-time Federation partner.

The Mission of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is to mobilize human and financial resources to care for those in need, strengthen Jewish life and advance the unity, values and shared purpose of the Jewish people in Miami, in Israel and around the world.

With Federation’s support, 18 Jewish organizations across Miami-Dade County hosted thousands of participants at a variety of events celebrating Israel’s 65th anniversary in April 2013. 2

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WHAT IS THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION? We are an organization dedicated to serving the needs of the Jewish community in Miami, in Israel and in more than 70 other countries across the globe. And we are an organization inviting the participation of every member of the Jewish community. We welcome individuals and families, agencies, day schools and synagogues with the goal of turning individual concern into collective action on behalf of our people. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is 100% Community. We believe that every voice matters and that our holy work is best achieved when everyone joins together for the greater good. Since 1938, we have brought these values to life. Through the commitment of thousands of donors and volunteers, Federation is able to fund and partner with a vast network of agencies and programs to make a difference every day in individual lives and communities the world over. In Miami, where 1 in 8 Jewish people still depends on Federation and our local agencies for some form of financial assistance, we serve as a critical safety net, caring for the most vulnerable among us with nutritional support, emergency aid, crisis and employment counseling, scholarships and much more. At the same time, we are securing our Jewish future by ensuring that our community’s youth develop a strong Jewish identity through educational opportunities in school, camp and social settings, as well as through Israel experiences. Federation also brings together people of diverse backgrounds to address current and emerging Jewish needs, engage in dialogue about important issues, participate in hands-on volunteer projects, and build leadership skills. Our affiliation with The Jewish Federations of North America and other vital partners increases the effectiveness and efficiency of our organization and others, enabling us to share precious resources, leverage government funding and maximize the impact of every dollar donated. In addition, as part of an international system, we have global reach. Overseas, our longstanding partnerships with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), The Jewish Agency for Israel and other nongovernmental organizations serve Jewish needs 365 days a year in locations worldwide. Through a highly effective infrastructure of programs and services, we are able to monitor global events and then mobilize immediately to help those affected whenever and wherever a crisis occurs – whether it is political turmoil, an economic downturn, a natural disaster or an anti-Semitic incident. In Israel, Federation and our agencies are focused on serving marginalized and at-risk women and children, welcoming new immigrants and supporting the efforts of those seeking to effect positive change on society. Our bonds with our spiritual homeland have deepened through ongoing relationships with the city of Yerucham and the Ethiopian-Israeli community in Pardes Channa-Karkur, and through missions to Israel, Israeli emissaries visiting Miami, and a variety of innovative educational and entrepreneurial initiatives. Federation’s partnerships are also assisting some of the world’s poorest Jews, including hundreds of thousands of frail seniors in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. From these communities to countless others throughout Latin America, Africa and Asia, we are rescuing the imperiled, providing relief to those in distress, encouraging economic self-sufficiency and helping individuals and communities rediscover their Jewish heritage. But, at its core, what makes our Federation work is people like you, our valued stakeholders. Your generous support — Annual Federation/ UJA Campaign gifts, supplemental gifts, charitable funds through The Foundation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and our Create a Jewish Legacy program, and your selfless volunteerism – makes it possible to create and sustain the kind of community we all want to live in. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is 100% Community. Our work is not possible without you, and for that, you have our deepest respect and most sincere gratitude.

Brian L. Bilzin Chair of the Board

Jacob Solomon President and Chief Executive Officer

The good work of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation extends far beyond the pages of this Annual Report. To learn more about what we accomplish every day with your help, please visit JewishMiami.org.

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RESOURCES AT WORK With an improving yet still challenging economic environment, Federation raised more than $81 million in fiscal 2012–2013. These are the total resources from all sources, including the Annual Federation/ UJA Campaign, supplemental giving, grants, and the activities of The Foundation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.

TOTAL FINANCIAL RESOURCES Annual Campaign $22,559,000 The Foundation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Contributions and Bequests 27,490,000 Charitable Trusts and Donor Designated Funds 9,846,000 Campaign Endowment Funds 3,981,000 Supplemental Giving 1,104,000 United Way of Miami-Dade County 814,895 Program Fees, Government Grants, Rental and Other Income 3,366,000 Net Realized and Unrealized Investment Gains 11,920,000 Total Financial Resources

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The function of community organization and central planning services goes far beyond fundraising. Much of the work of Federation is overseen by dedicated volunteers and centers on the planning of community services for today and into the future. We develop

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In 2013, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation once again received a 4-star rating, the highest possible, from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent evaluator of charities.

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ALLOCATIONS AND EXPENSES Local Agencies and Services $12,870,501 Foundation Grants to Agencies and Annual Campaign 18,938,798 Grants from Supplemental Giving 1,104,000 Overseas and National Agencies and Services 8,081,263 Total Financial Resource Development Expenses 5,887,178 Reserve for Losses on Collections 1,015,155 Change in Restricted and Unrestricted Funds 33,184,000 Total Allocations and Expenses

Through private visits to the JCS Kosher Food Bank, supermarket gift cards, homedelivered meals and congregate meal sites, Federation and its partner agencies helped the most vulnerable people in Miami’s Jewish community receive the food they need to survive.

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WePower, a Federation-funded Israeli nonprofit, provided support and advanced professional training for women elected into public office and influential leadership positions in the Negev so they can help their communities better address women’s needs and concerns.

Making a difference through hands-on involvement is of great importance to the 2,300 volunteers who, through Federation’s Jewish Volunteer Center, donated more than 9,200 hours of help to community organizations in 2013, equaling about $200,000 in paid time.


2013–2014 SUMMARY OF INCOME AND ALLOCATIONS LOCAL PROGRAMS AND AGENCIES

NATIONAL PROGRAMS AND SERVICES

Formal Jewish Education

American Jewish Committee $3,000 Anti-Defamation League 3,000 Clal – The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership 1,500 Foundation for Jewish Camp 1,500 Hebrew Union College School of Jewish Communal Service 1,500 Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program at Brandeis University 1,500 Jewish Labor Committee 1,000 Jewish War Veterans of the USA 1,000 National Federation/Agency Alliance 233,700 American Jewish World Service Association of Jewish Family and Children’s Agencies BBYO HIAS Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life Jewish Community Centers Association of North America Jewish Council for Public Affairs Jewish Telegraphic Agency National Foundation for Jewish Culture NCSJ: Advocates on Behalf of Jews in Russia, Ukraine, Baltic States & Eurasia Orthodox Union 1,000 Project Interchange, an Institute of the American Jewish Committee 2,000 Union for Reform Judaism 1,000 United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism 1,000 World Conference of Jewish Communal Service 2,000 Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University 1,500

Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education (CAJE) $1,179,328 Day Schools Day School Enhancement Grants 80,000 Day School Hardship Scholarships 225,000 Beth David/Gordon Day School 24,039 Hebrew Academy (RASG) 208,680 Hochberg Preparatory: A Solomon Schechter Day School at Beth Torah Benny Rok Campus 80,439 Jacobson Sinai Academy 96,435 Kesher L.D. 153,687 Lehrman Community Day School 84,323 Mechina of South Florida High School 36,429 Scheck Hillel Community School 418,654 Shaarei Bina-Torah Academy for Girls 35,967 Temple Beth Am Day School 76,556 Toras Emes Academy of Miami 273,031 Yeshiva Elementary School 136,470 Holocaust Documentation and Education Center 24,000 Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach 50,000 Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach Targeted Grants 50,000 Jewish Museum of Florida - FIU 20,000 Limmud Miami 4,000 Sue & Leonard Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies at the University of Miami 31,345 Synagogue School Supplemental Scholarship Program 86,627 Teacher Fringe Benefits Program 260,000 Total $3,635,010 Informal Jewish Education

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Alexander Muss High School in Israel $145,645 BBYO 61,440 Dave and Mary Alper Jewish Community Center on The Jay Morton-Levinthal Campus (Alper JCC) 959,265 Galbut Family Miami Beach Jewish Community Center on the Simkins Family Campus (Miami Beach JCC) 293,000 High Holiday Welcome Program of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation 110,000 Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life (seven Florida campuses) 437,755 Israel Programs Scholarships 60,000 Keshet 4,200 K-Space 3,800 Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center on the Sanford L. Ziff Campus (MARJCC) 911,975 Moishe House 40,000 NCSY Next Jen Project 5,000 Next@19th 5,000 Overnight Camp Scholarships 100,000 PJ Library in Miami 120,000 Taglit-Birthright Israel 211,526 The Tribe 8,000 Total $3,476,606 Social, Health and Human Services

OVERSEAS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES The Jewish Federations of North America American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, The Jewish Agency for Israel, World ORT and The Jewish Federations of North America $6,074,042 Argentina Welfare & Relief 6,000 Beit Issie Shapiro 62,000 Elderly Welfare in the Former Soviet Union 252,000 Food Insecurity Amutot 60,000 Israel and Overseas Department 240,489 Masa Israel Journey 59,956 Negev Funding Coalition 25,000 Partnership Initiatives in the Israeli Cities of Or Akiva, Pardes Channa-Karkur and Yerucham 705,951 Religious Diversity Initiative 25,000 Women’s Amutot Initiative 294,625 Total $7,805,063

OTHER ALLOCATIONS AND EXPENDITURES

Association for Jewish Special Education $1,000 Friendship Circle – Kendall 5,000 Friendship Circle – Miami Beach/North Dade 4,000 Hebrew Free Loan Association of South Florida 47,105 Helping Hands Kosher Food Ko-Op 5,000 Holocaust Survivors Program 141,750 Jewish Community Services of South Florida (JCS) 2,090,212 Jewish Volunteer Center of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation 57,000 Miami Jewish Health Systems 95,234 Mishkan Miami: The Jewish Connection for Spiritual Support 200,000 Mount Sinai Medical Center 42,420 ParnossahWorks Miami 110,000 Total $2,798,721 Community Organization and Central Services Agency Executives Retirement Plan $52,000 Audit and Accounting Fees for Local Agencies 266,154 Building Services 253,704 Contingency Reserve 100,000 Demographic Study 25,000 Greater Miami Jewish Federation Community Services, Planning & Allocations, Administration, Human Resource Development, Outreach Services, etc. 1,523,204 Jewish Community Relations Council of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation 261,347 Organization for Leadership Advancement in Miami of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation 48,050 Reserve for Future Allocations 430,705 Total $2,960,164 Total for All Local Agencies and Services

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Cost of Fundraising and Collections $4,569,611 Florida Association of Jewish Federations 20,000 Total $4,589,611 Total for All Allocations

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SOURCES OF AVAILABLE FUNDS Annual Greater Miami Jewish Federation/UJA Campaign $22,559,000 (Less: Reserve for Losses on Collections @ 4.5%) (1,015,155) Designated Program Grants 1,047,452 United Way of Miami-Dade County* 814,895 Unused Reserve Funds 502,809 The Foundation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation** 1,612,374 Total Available Funds

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Federation gratefully receives an annual allocation from the United Way of Miami-Dade County in support of three beneficiary agencies: Dave and Mary Alper JCC, Jewish Community Services of South Florida and Michael-Ann Russell JCC.

** The Foundation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation received a grant from the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation in support of Jewish Federation Housing, Inc., which operates the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Federation Towers and Gardens.

A new program was introduced in 2013 by CAJE and the United Way to combine training expertise and a deep understanding of Jewish values and philosophies to help administrators at 11 Jewish early childhood learning centers in Miami-Dade County to further their professional skills and increase the quality level in their schools.

Federation funding changed the lives of 745 young adults in 2013 by connecting them to the people and land of Israel through on-site experiences like Alexander Muss High School in Israel, Masa Israel Journey and Taglit-Birthright Israel.

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As families in Argentina continued to struggle, Federation and the JDC provided nearly 500 Jewish children under the age of 5 and their families with critical food, medicine, counseling, baby supplies and equipment, daycare, Jewish day school subsidies and more.

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THE FOUNDATION: 100% COMMITTED TO A STRONG JEWISH FUTURE Fifty years ago, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation established an entity that would enable philanthropists to provide for the needs of our Jewish community through planned and legacy gifts. Since that time, The Foundation has helped thousands of individuals and families create meaningful, strategic and tax-wise giving plans that sustain vital services in Miami, in Israel and around the world. Always focused on 100% Community, The Foundation has worked continuously to find new ways to better serve the people who depend on us. One of those innovations is our Create a Jewish Legacy (CJL) program, launched two years ago and working in successful partnership with 16 local agencies, synagogues and day schools. CJL provides training and ongoing guidance to these institutions’ professionals and volunteers, giving them the tools they need to engage donors in providing critical resources for the future in the form of legacy gifts. Through CJL and its partner organizations, 185 individuals and families signed declarations of intent in 2013, valued at an estimated $14,226,496. CJL is a wonderful example of the power of collective action, and we are confident that through it, our community will continue to go from strength to strength together.

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Federation and our partners provided nutritional assistance, home care, transportation services and ongoing case management to more than 600 frail Holocaust survivors who live in Miami-Dade County, enabling them to age with dignity.

Federation support of JDC’s Tevet employment initiative with the Government of Israel has provided coaching, training and/or work for more than 92,000 chronically jobless Israelis, including young adults from disadvantaged backgrounds, struggling immigrants, people with disabilities, and more.

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2013–2014 OFFICERS

Brian L. Bilzin Chair of the Board

Barbara Black Goldfarb Immediate Past Chair

Robert G. Berrin Vice Chair and General Campaign Chair

Elise Scheck Bonwitt Vice Chair and Women’s Philanthropy President

John M. Bussel Vice Chair and The Foundation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Chair

Mojdeh Khaghan Danial Vice Chair

Amy N. Dean Vice Chair

Isaac K. Fisher Vice Chair and Financial Management Committee Chair

Steven Gretenstein Vice Chair and Planning and Distribution Committee Chair

Steven Messing Vice Chair and Administrative Committee Chair

Isaac Olemberg Vice Chair

Lezlie Poyastro Vice Chair

Jeffrey Scheck Vice Chair

Hedy K. Whitebook Vice Chair and Israel and Overseas Committee Chair

Sidney M. Pertnoy Treasurer

Michelle S. Diener Associate Treasurer

Jacob Solomon President and Chief Executive Officer

Richard Yulman Vice Chair

Laura P. Koffsky Secretary

Daniel Halberstein Associate Secretary

2013–2014 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Leonard Abess Daniel Ades Bunny Adler* Matthew L. Adler Michael M. Adler*u L. Jules Arkin*u Comm. Zev Auerbach Jonathan Awner Ryan Bailine Saby Behar*u Edward Beiner Ariel Bentata Julie Russin Bercow Helene Berger Paul Berkowitz Richard Berkowitz Rabbi Jonathan Berkun Richard N. Bernstein Fran F. Berrin Andrew “Andy” Blank Donna R. Blaustein Alex Blavatnik Rep. Elaine Bloom Norman Braman*u Steven J. Brodie Amy Berger Chafetz Wayne Chaplin

Sidney Cooperman, z”l Stephen Cypen Rebeca Delaster Terry Drucker Nily Falic George Feldenkreis Robyn C. Fisher Elisabeth Frank Shelley Freeman Mikki Futernick Elinor Ganz Gary Gerson Robert C. Gilbert Martin B. Goodman Shelley Niceley Groff Barry Gurland Alex Halberstein Andrew C. Hall Fanny F. Hanono Paul Hariton Bobbie Higer Richard M. Hoffman Steven Hurwitz Robin Jacobs Larry Joseph Ian Kaplan Arnaud Karsenti

Clarita Kassin Evelyn Katz Ezra Katz*u Ruben Kloda Dr. Bruce Kohrman Mark Kravitz Steven J. Kravitz*u Paul Kruss Israel Lapciuc Murray Laulicht Donald E. Lefton*u Marcy Lefton William Lehman*u Harry A. “Hap” Levy*u Joel Levy Nathan Lewinger Diane Lieberman Nancy Lipoff Norman H. Lipoff*u Adam Lustig Ellen Mandler Gary Mars Robert J. Merlin Gail Meyers Josh Migdal Leonard Miller, z”l Dr. Mark Oren

Nedra Oren*u Aaron S. Podhurst*u Dorothy Podhurst Rabbi Mario Rojzman Ellen Rose Lisa Kudish Rosenburg Shana Lewinger Russo Sheree Savar Lawrence M. Schantz David M. Scharlin Gloria Scharlin* Michael Scheck*u Raquel Scheck Steven Scheck Mark Schnapp Elizabeth Schwartz Maxine E. Schwartz* Jacob Serfati Lily Serviansky Morrie H. Siegel Mytyl Simancas-Bister Jacqueline Simkin Dr. Joseph A. Singer Harry B. Smith*u Jerry Sokol Tracey Spiegelman Joy Spill

Lourdes Gabriela Suarez John Sumberg Robert H. Traurig* Robert Turk Scott Wagner Steven Wagner Debra Braman Wechsler Stanley Weinstein Robert I. Werner Amy Wildstein Norma Kipnis Wilson* Howard Wolofsky Ray Ellen Yarkin Gary Yarus Michael S. Yavner Dror Zadok Isaac Zelcer*u Regina F. Zelonker Rabbi Yochanan Zweig * Life Member Federation Past President or Past Board Chair u

2013–2014 STANDING COMMITTEES Administrative Steven Messing

Communications and Marketing Commissioner Zev Auerbach

Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach Andrew C. Hall

Jewish Volunteer Center Shana Lewinger Russo

North Dade/Aventura Branch Board Gary Mars

Agency Support Mojdeh Khaghan Danial Dr. Bruce Kohrman

Executive Evaluation and Compensation Brian L. Bilzin

Human Resource Development Ellen Rose

Miami Beach Branch Board Robin Jacobs

Philanthropic Initiatives Barbara Black Goldfarb

Federation/Synagogue Relations Rabbi Mario Rojzman Stanley Weinstein

Investment John M. Bussel

Mishkan Miami: The Jewish Connection for Spiritual Support Regina F. Zelonker

Audit John Sumberg Building Operations Steven Hurwitz Bylaws and Governance Rep. Elaine Bloom

Financial Management Isaac K. Fisher The Foundation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation John M. Bussel

Campaign Cabinet Robert G. Berrin

Israel and Overseas Hedy K. Whitebook Israel Programs Mikki Futernick Jewish Community Relations Council Jonathan Awner

The Network Josh Migdal Scott Wagner Nominating William Lehman

Planning and Distribution Steven Gretenstein Pledge Redemption Barry Gurland South Dade Branch Board Edward Beiner Women’s Philanthropy Board Elise Scheck Bonwitt

SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM Jacob Solomon President and Chief Executive Officer 786.866.8600 jsolomon@gmjf.org

Michelle Labgold Chief Planning Officer 786.866.8492 mlabgold@gmjf.org

Jeffrey Y. Levin Chief Development Officer 786.866.8420 jlevin@gmjf.org

Bonnie Reiter-Lehrer Chief Communications and Marketing Officer 786.866.8401 breiter@gmjf.org

Stephen M. Schwartz Chief Financial Officer 786.866.8474 sschwartz@gmjf.org

.................... Myron J. “Mike” Brodie Executive Vice President Emeritus 786.866.8624 mbrodie@gmjf.org

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