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 SPRING ISSUE 2005  SUBSCRIBE

Contributors

Jewish Women International thanks the following donors, who contributed individual gifts of $1,000 or more from September 29, 2004, through January 24, 2005.
Please call 800-343-2823 to make additions or corrections.

Corporations and Foundations
Aaron and Marie Blackman Foundation
Albin Family Foundation
Azuz Foundation
Beatrice and Burton Dermer Foundation
Bender Foundation, Inc.
The Bernstein Companies
Blake Real Estate
Coca Cola
Constance Davis Trust
Discovery Creek
FEGS Long Island Services
The George S. Blumenthal Philanthropic Foundation
George Wasserman Family Foundation, Inc.
May Department Stores Company
The Meltzer Group
Northern Container Corporation
Raskin Family Foundation
Robert H. Smith Family Foundation
Sam's Club
The Dockser Family Foundation
The Magazine Group
The Maurice R. and Meta G. Gross Foundation
Wilkes Artis Chartered Attorneys at Law
Women's and Children's Wellness Foundation, Inc.

Individuals
Joan S. Beren
Arnold L. Cohen
Joy and Robert Cohen
Marcy Cohen
Sara Ann Cohen
Dana and Samia Farouki
Clara Feldman
Diane Goldberg
Sylvia Greenberg
Jaime Greenwald
Jack Kay
Lotte Keller
Arlene and Robert P. Kogod
Laura Heller Lauder
Diann G. Mann
Stephen Matthews
Randi Meyrowitz
Carol and David Pensky
Ruthann Pozez
Shirley Prince
Ellen and Cary Reines
Dr. Erik Rubinson
Gail W. Rubinson
Nancy Shaw
David C. Silver
Julie B. Silver
Cathy and Seymour Zises


Estates
Lillian M. Ackerman
Beatrice M. Gordon
Hildegarde G. Hansel
Florence M. Lent
Edythe Levy



Remembering 6 Million Individuals
The Nazis did their utmost to rob their victims of their identities; they gave them numbers, they shaved their heads, they buried them in unmarked graves.


A Gift That Speaks Volumes

Where flowers bloom so does hope.
Lady Bird Johnson, Public Roads: Where Flowers Bloom

Every Mother's Day, Jewish Women International delivers fresh bouquets of flowers to 150 battered-women’s shelters across the country. This simple gesture speaks volumes to the women, and their children, struggling to get their bearings after fleeing abusive relationships.



Read for Me for D.V.
Thousands of women across the country take part in book clubs, getting together to share their passion for reading and discuss their favorite books and authors.


Women to Watch Scores Best Turnout Ever

More than 700 people attended the 2004 Women to Watch luncheon and leadership symposium on December 6, 2004, at Washington D.C.'s Mandarin Oriental Hotel.


Four Days to Speak Out to End Abuse
Queen Esther, whose story Jews around the world read on Purim, is lauded for having the courage to speak out when the lives of her people are threatened.


Create a Legacy Through Planned Giving
For 107 years, Jewish Women International has ensured the well-being of women, children and families. To honor its historyand perpetuate its commitment to safe homes, healthy relationships and strong womenJWI has launched the Legacy Circle, a planned giving program.


JWI Philadelphia Council to Honor Six Distinguished Women
Six exceptional Jewish womenincluding a newly elected member of the House of Representatives, a Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice and a nationally known psychologistwill be honored on May 15, 2005, at JWI Greater Philadelphia Council's second annual Women of Distinction Luncheon.


A Book to Bridge the Isolation of Abuse
Domestic abuse is the great isolator. Those who experience it often find themselves disconnected—from family, from friends, from a sense of self, even from God.


From Slavery to Freedom

Books enable readers to experience the journeys of Jewish women along history's pathways.


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