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Jewish Women International sincerely thanks the following donors, who contributed individual gifts of $1,000 or more between September 4, 2002, and January 15, 2003. Please call the JWI National Service Center at 800-343-2823 to make additions or corrections.

Corporations and Foundations
Albin Family Foundation
Amcha for Tsedakah
Anti-Prejudice Consortium of Atlanta
Azus Foundation
Joan S. Beren Foundation
Beatrice and Burton Dermer Foundation
Fulbright and Jaworski L.L.P.
Louis and Anita Perlman Family Foundation
Raskin Family Foundation
United Way/ICA

Doris Bienstock
Hannah Borofsky
Jeanne Engle
Clara Feldman
Mechel Frydman
Annora Gilman
Harriet Horwitz
Roberta Kamine-Haysman
Ina Kaplan
Jessie Lipson
Stephen Matthews
Jeanne Phillips
Estelle Robinson
Fay Rogak
Gail W. Rubinson
Aaron B. SchofieldB Millie Sernovitz
Blanche Sherman
Deena R. Silver
Betty Silverfarb
Bernice Smallen
Sandy J. Unger
Emily Weinger

Jennie Amdur
Florence CharninB Edith S. Cohen
Frances Hersh Fund
Stefanie Jonas
Betty Kalin
Ray Kamikay
Florence Katz
Erika Wiener

JWI Guide on Financial Security Aids Russian Community

Thousands of women and families emigrate from the former Soviet Union each year to find a better life in the United States. However, the most difficult journey for these immigrants often begins when they set out to navigate the complicated sea of financial, governmental and social service institutions in their new home.

Women to Watch

Ten 2002 Women to Watch were honored at a luncheon and symposium on November 18 in Washington, D.C. They are, from left (seated): Nikki Tesfai, Dr. Rachel Brem, Margaret Siegel; and (standing) Pearl Gluck, Colonel Michelle Ross, Ruth Bar-On, Deborah Drattell, Andrea Kalin, Rabbi Yael Ridberg and Linda Addison.

JWI Making a Difference Locally

Jewish Women International's new Washington, D.C., Area Network (WAN) kicked off its event calendar with a discussion of Jewish women in film, guided by Rabbi Azriel Fellner of Livingston, N.J.

Happy 60th Birthday, RTC!

For 60 years, JWI has virtually saved the lives of thousands of children in Israel. In 1943, B'nai B'rith Women, which is now Jewish Women International (JWI), was asked to care for a small group of children who had survived the Holocaust but were left with severe emotional scars.

JWI Conference to Issue Call to Action To End Domestic Abuse

Imagine a world where the Jewish community, once silent about domestic abuse, emerges as a global leader on the issue. Jewish Women International envisions such a world and will take a major step toward bringing it about with "Pursuing Truth, Justice and Righteousness: A Call to Action," the first international conference on domestic abuse in the Jewish community.

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