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 FALL ISSUE 2004  SUBSCRIBE

Contributors

Jewish Women International thanks the following donors, who contributed individual gifts of $1,000 or more from April 1 through June 30, 2004. Please call 800-343-2823 to make additions or corrections.

Corporations and Foundations
Albin Family Foundation
Amcha for Tsedakah
Calyx & Corolla
Federal Express
The Herman Family Trust
The Mervyn L. Brenner Foundation
Schoenstadt Family Foundation
Sigma Delta Tau–Social
Texas Council on Family Violence

Individuals
Penny Bank
Susan Bruck
Nonie Cohen
Jill Docking
Cindy Enger
Annora Gilman
Beth A. Hirsch
Laurie Moskowitz
Diane Radin
Lynn Schusterman
Marilyn Shaw
Anna Shereff

Estates
Judith Levi
Ellen Lindenbaum
Alida Pakter
Frances C. Wolff



JWI's Library Project Takes Off
When a woman leaves an abusive relationship and runs to a shelter for safety, she often leaves with just the clothes she's wearing and her children in tow.


Adopt a Special Child at the RTC
Roni is a child with a past he'd like to forget. By the time he was eight, he had already spent three years in a children’s psychiatric ward.


Mark Your Calendar—Plan to Attend the 2nd International Conference
Whether you work in the domestic violence field, are an abuse survivor or care about promoting healthy relationships in the Jewish community, you need to attend Jewish Women International's Second International Conference on Domestic Abuse in the Jewish Community, Pursuing Truth, Justice and Righteousness: A Call to Action.


SunflowerFlower Project Grows in 2004

In 2004, JWI's Mother's Day Flower Project had its best year yet, thanks to the hard work of Project Chair Hedda Matza-Haughton and her committee.


It's Your Call
Build your knowledge about domestic abuse in the Jewish community without leaving your home or office by taking part in the Call to Action National Network".


JWI Award Winners
Pascack Valley Chapter was named “Model Chapter of the Year” at the JWI Biennial Meeting, June 6, in Washington, D.C.


JWI Making a Difference Locally
New York
Delivering Mother's Day Joy


Barbara BalserInsights on Leadership From a Woman Who Knows

In November 2003, Barbara Balser of Atlanta became the first female chair of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) in its 90-year history.


These Chapters Reached Their Goal!

Congratulations to these outstanding JWI chapters that met their allocation goal by June 30, 2004, the end of the fiscal year:
Albert Einstein,
Brooklyn, NY
JWI of Pittsburgh,
Pittsburgh, PA
Albert Einstein,
Wayne, NJ
Lillie Straus,
Baltimore, MD
Al Jolson,
Los Angeles, CA
Long Beach,
Long Beach, NY
Austin,
Austin, Texas
Mission Viejo,
Mission Viejo, CA
Avodah,
Chandler, AZ
Monticello/Fallsburg,
Monticello, NY
Batim Union,
Union, NJ
Morganthau Detroit,
Livonia, MI
Bermuda Club,
Tamarac, FL
Naomi Ocean Parkway,
Brooklyn, NY
B’not Gurion,
Minnetonka, MN
New Charter,
Philadelphia, PA
Centennial, West
Bloomfield, MI
New Milford,
New Milford, NJ
Century,
Phoenix, AZ
Oxford/Abram Orlow,
Philadelphia, PA
Chaim Weizmann–
Flushing Meadows,
Bayside/Flushing, NY
Pascack Valley,
Riverdale/Hillside, NJ
Chayalot,
Forest Hills,
NY
Phillip Handler,
West Bloomfield, MI
Cheyenne,
Cheyenne, WY
Quad Cities, Rock
Island, IL
Clara De Hirsch,
Philadelphia, PA
San Diego Bay City,
San Diego, CA
Clearwater,
Clearwater, FL
Scott Towers,
Bronx, NY
Coconut Creek,
Coconut Creek, FL
Shalom,
Flushing, NY
Crossbay,
Howard Beach, NY
Sheepshead,
Brooklyn, NY
Elijah,
East Brunswick, NJ
Simcha,
Huntington Beach, CA
Free State,
Silver Spring, MD
Skyview,
Northern, NJ
Friendship,
Rochester, NY
Springfield,
Springfield, NJ
Golda Meir,
Sunrise, FL
Star of David,
Needham, MA
Golden Gate,
San Francisco, CA
Sunkist,
Garden Grove, CA
Grand Rapids,
Grand Rapids, MI
Sunnyside,
Sunnyside, NY
Hannah Senesch,
Northern, NJ
Tamar Marin,
San Rafael, CA
Havurah,
Burke, VA
Tikvah,
Tamarac, FL
Hollybrook,
Pembroke Pines, FL
T’kiah,
Philadelphia, PA
Independence,
Floral Park, NY
To-Day Chapter,
Hollywood, FL
JWI of Akron,
Akron, OH
Tradition, Annapolis/
Crofton, MD
JWI of Dayton,
Dayton, OH
Traditions,
Delray Beach, FL
JWI of Greater Buffalo,
Buffalo, NY
Unity,
San Francisco, CA
JWI of Greater Hartford,
West Hartford, CT
West Orange/Tzedek,
West Orange, NJ
JWI of Greater Kansas
City, Kansas City, KS
Whitestone,
Whitestone, NY
JWI of Greater St. Louis,
St. Louis, MO
Wichita,
Wichita, KS
JWI of Hemlock Farms,
Hawley, PA
Yachad,
Fort Lee, NJ
JWI of Metro Denver,
Denver, CO
Zahava,
Los Angeles, CA
JWI of Milwaukee,
Glendale, WI
Zarek, North
Plainfield, NJ




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