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   Philanthropy & Giving

 WINTER ISSUE 2002  SUBSCRIBE

Contributions

Jewish Women International sincerely thanks the following donors, who contributed gifts of $1,000 or more between July 1 and September 3, 2002. Please call the JWI National Service Center at 800-343-2823 to make additions or corrections.

Corporations and Foundations
Louis and Anita Perlman Family Foundation
Kalman and Ida Wolens Foundation

Individuals
Clara Feldman
Janice Gorin
Lotte Keller
Hilda Namm
Ruth H.
Ogulnick Bequests
Rose Hochman
Leo Kramer
Sarah Mosk
Betty Rashkov



Loribeth Weinstein becomes JWI Executive Director

"I feel fortunate to be part of an organization that merges the things I care about—strengthening women and girls, Jewish values, and the power of philanthropy to effect social change," says Loribeth Weinstein, who became JWI Executive Director on September 1. She succeeds Gail Rubinson, who retired on August 30.


The RTC in Israel
How often have we heard the words from generation to generation? Usually, they're found in a positive context. But what if they describe a legacy of pain and anguish?

The children who come to the Residential Treatment Center in Israel are haunted by family violence, emotional neglect and physical abuse. The RTC's long-term treatment center provides a safe and secure place for the children, a cocoon of peace and warmth in which they can learn to trust and love. This environment helps break the cycle of family violence and provides these children with a new framework for the words from generation to generation.



What’s a Jew to Do on Christmas?
In San Francisco, laugh and eat egg rolls, thanks to Kung Pao Kosher Comedy, which brings the best in Jewish comedy to the city, along with great Chinese food and fortune cookies with Yiddish proverbs.

A portion of the proceeds from the event is donated to local charities, which have included Shalom Task Force, the Jewish Women’s Task Force on Domestic Violence; the Charlotte Maxwell Clinic serving low-income women with cancer; and World (Women Organized to Respond to Life-Threatening Diseases), a social and information network for women with HIV/AIDS.






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