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Jewish Women International thanks the following donors, who contributed gifts of $1,000 or more from April 1 through June 30, 2005. Please call 800-343-2823 to make additions and corrections.

Corporations and Foundations
Albin Family Foundation
Maurice Amado Foundation
Amcha for Tsedakah
American Express
The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore
Joan S. Beren Foundation
The Mervyn L. Brenner Foundation
Geico Philanthropic Foundation
Jewish Youth Philanthropy Institute
Laura and Gary Lauder Philanthropic Fund
Louis and Anita Perlman Family Foundation
Betty Huse Pielage Charitable Trust
The Ritter Foundation
Schoenstadt Family Foundation
Bessie Spiro Trust
Shirley T. Tartak Foundation
Washington Hebrew Congregation Sisterhood

Ruth Braslow
Jill Docking
Fran Frazin
Diane Goldberg
Beth A. Hirsch
Lotte Keller
Helen Klein
Laurie Moskowitz
Edis Parkans
Sharon Porter
Diane Radin
Lynn Schusterman
Julie B. Silver
Elisse B. Walter

Betty Brown
Sue Schwartz

Legacy Circle Profile: Lotte Keller
Lotte Keller, 91, of Flushing, N.Y., could write a book on resilience. Though her life has never been easy, she's always had the guts and spirit to do what she needed to do.

JWI’s National Library Initiative: A Book-Filled Refuge for Traumatized Children
More than 3,000 abused children come through the doors of the Brooklyn district attorney's office each year.

Rosalyn Levy Jonas to Receive JWI Community Leadership Award

For Rosalyn Levy Jonas, there's no such thing as free time. "I like to immerse myself in the work of an organization and devote a hundred percent of my efforts to it," she says.

Thank You, Chapters
Thanks go out to the leaders and members of the following chapters, who reached their allocation goal for fiscal year 2005, which ended June 30, 2005.

Spreading the Word About Healthy Relationships
The March 2005 launch of JWI's groundbreaking toolkitWhen Push Comes to Shove...It's No Longer Love!", which includes JWI's film documenting young Jews' experiences with relationship abuse—was only the first chapter in JWI's work to engage and educate young adults about healthy relationships.

Rabbi Diana Monheit Joins JWI Staff
Rabbi Diana Monheit has joined the JWI Program Department as the senior coordinator of programs and training in New York.

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