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Jewish Women International sincerely thanks the following donors, who contributed individual gifts of $1,000 or more between January 16 and May 16, 2003. Please call the JWI Service Center at 800-343-2823 to make additions or corrections.

Corporations and Foundations
Albin Family Foundation
Family Oplatka Trust
Jefferson Ford Foundation
Jewish Community Foundation of South Arizona
The Jewish Womenís Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago
The Mervyn L. Brenner Foundation
Schoenstadt Family Foundation
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi

Ruth T. Blond
Anita Blumenthal
Arnold L. Cohen
Nonie Cohen
Sara Ann Cohen
Clara Feldman
Fran Frazin
Annora Gilman
Shelley L. Herman
Beth A. Hirsch
Jerry J. Jones
Lotte Keller
Diann G. Mann
Ruthann Pozez
Wendy Rosen
Freda Schretter
Marie Segal
Lee Temkin

Dorothy Bender
Edith S. Cohn
Hannah Heymann
Bella Himmelfarb
Stefanie Jonas
Gertrude Poll
Betty Rashkov

An Unprecedented Opportunity to Break the Silence on Abuse
Sensational headlines across the country and throughout the world detail shattered lives, down to a murderous plot set in motion by a rabbi intent on killing his wife.

JWI to Bring Anne Frank Exhibit to D.C.
Of the 1.5 million children who died in the Holocaust, Anne Frank is probably the one we know the best.

Former President Tillie Sims Dies at 95

Matilda K. "Tillie" Sims, 95, who served as international president of Bínai Bírith Women from 1963 to 1965, died on March 28 in Lauderhill, Fla.

How JWI Helped One Woman Grow
In our fall 2002 issue we asked: Are you or someone you know using skills you gained in JWI to excel in your professional or community life? Judy Goldberg, a JWI member from East Brunswick, N.J., answered strongly in the affirmative.

A Young Girl's Dream That Became a Reality
The covenant that the members, donors and supporters of JWI share with the children of our Residential Treatment Center (RTC) in Jerusalem is more than a financial commitment; it is a commitment of the heart that allows dreams to become a reality.

Like Grandmother, Like Granddaughter

Pearl Cooper has been a dedicated JWI member and leader for 50 years. She has served on the national board and as president of former District 3 and helped organize Traditions Chapter in Del Ray Beach, Fla.

JWI Making a Difference Locally
The 14 women who filed into the all-purpose room at the Transition Center, a shelter for abused women in Far Rockaway, N.Y., on May 8 had tentative looks on their faces.

State-of-the-Art JWI
Find up-to-date information about JWI with the click of a mouse when you visit, the newly revamped organizational website.

A Life-Changing Experience
Dear Jewish Woman:
I was so happy to see the request for responses from active JWI members whose personal and professional lives [have been] enhanced by...

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