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Jewish Women International sincerely thanks the following donors, who contributed individual gifts of $1,000 or more between July 16 and September 30, 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
Association of Jewish Family and Children's Agencies
The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Foundation
The Chelsey Foundation Trust
Dear Abby
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation
Kaiser Permanente, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic States, Inc.
Kathryn Ames Foundation, Inc.
Mervyn L. Brenner Foundation, Inc.
Rabbinic Cabinet of United Jewish Communities
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families

Estanne Abraham Fawer
Fran Frazin
Lotte Keller
Theodore Negrin
Millie Sernovitz
Marcia Cohn Spiegel
Elisse Walter

Marcella L. Kaplan
Paula Maier
Betty Meyers
Alida Pakter
Betty Rashkov
Anne Swirsky

Kudos to JWI of St. Louis
We inadvertently omitted the name of JWI of St. Louis from our list of chapters that met or exceeded their fund-raising allocation goal for fiscal year 2003.
Action That's Louder Than Words
Pursuing Truth, Justice and Righteousness:

People learning about Jewish Women International for the first time usually ask about our mission. "We're an organization for Jewish women," we say.

A Contemporary Look at Charity, Using Rambam as Guide

After the September 11 attacks, when much of our attention was focused on finding the perpetrators of that evil, journalist Julie Salamon embarked on a quest for goodness.

Anne Frank's Story 'Touches Like No Textbook Could'

A trip to the mall usually leaves an imprint on your wallet. The exhibit “Anne Frank: A History for Today,” hosted by Jewish Women International in partnership with Westfield Shoppingtown Montgomery, left an imprint on viewers' hearts.

February Release Anticipated for Groundbreaking Study

In February, JWI will release the results of a National Needs Assessment on domestic abuse in the Jewish community.

'Sweet Dreams' for the Children at the RTC

JWI's Tzedakah Project took on a special meaning this past year thanks to students at a Glencoe, Ill., synagogue.

Calling All Dynamic Women

The JWI Nominating Committee is looking for creative, dynamic women to serve on the JWI National Volunteer Board for 2004–2006.

Toronto, Canada
Sharon Chapter Turns Pop Tabs Into Wheelchairs for the Disabled

Evelyn Revivo of Toronto’s Sharon Chapter presents a check for a new wheelchair to Christene Rowntree.

Queens and Brooklyn, N.Y.
Honoring a Dedicated Member and the RTC

Queens Council’s annual Gift of Love luncheon for the JWI Residential Treatment Center in Israel celebrated the RTC’s 60th birthday and feted member Lotte Keller, 90, for her many years of love and support for the children at the RTC.

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