Friday, December 19, 2014 Kislev 27, 5775
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Lewis Gantman, co-chair of Federation’s Center for Jewish Life and Learning along with Rena Kopelman, has been encouraging synagogues and other agencies that already enjoy close working relationships to submit applications for grants of up to $25,000 for projects or initiatives of their choosing.
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Steven M. Woolf
The end of the calendar year is an ideal time to review financial affairs and investment portfolios. Many publicly traded stocks have increased significantly in value this year. These gains present an opportunity to take advantage of tax laws that encourage charitable gifts of appreciated assets.
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Twenty of Federation’s leading Jewish women traveled back in time to a place and an era where Jews were ostracized, persecuted and often imprisoned — for the “crime” of living their lives Jewishly
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Three charitable organizations — The Neu­bauer Family Foundation, the Foundation for Jewish Camping and the Jewish Federation of Greater Phil­adelphia — have once again joined forces to make Jewish overnight camps more affordable.
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Jewish Learning Venture will present an important community event for all who seek to make the Jewish community more accessible to those with special needs. The fifth annual Opening the Gates of Torah symposium will be staged on Sunday, Dec. 15, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., at Chabad of Montgomery County, 1311 Fort Washington Ave., Fort Washington.
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