Friday, September 19, 2014 Elul 24, 5774
21 Philadelphia Lions make it their mission to travel to Israel
A delegation of 21 members of Federation's Lions of Judah, a division of Women's Philanthropy, traveled to Israel last month for three days of travel and togetherness prior to their participation in the International Lion of Judah Conference in Tel Aviv. The women, each of whom make a minimum gift of $5,000 to Federation's annual campaign, spent two days in...
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Amy Purdy, JF Feature
Chanukah is an ideal time to reflect upon Federation's Super Sunday. For, just as the light of the menorah grows brighter with the addition of each candle, Super Sunday demonstrates the collective power of a caring community to bring light to the lives of fellow Jews in need. On Sunday, Jan. 25, more than 600 volunteers plan to seize that...
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The Philadelphia Jewish community has been well-represented in Israel this fall. Three separate delegations have participated in missions-bringing delegates of first-timers and returnees, Jews and Christians, and young and not-so-young people to tour the Mideast's only democratic nation. Members of Federation's Renaissance Group -- a group of Jewish men and women, ages 25 to 45, who are committed to making...
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Ron Rubin, chairman of the board of trustees of the Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (PREIT), told members of the Jewish Federation Real Estate group that his long-term involvement in the Jewish community has "profoundly enriched his life." Speaking at an Oct. 10 breakfast meeting at the Park Hyatt at the Bellevue -- the first in a series of breakfast...
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Mitzvah Food Project to Be Recipient of Perilstein's Birthday Gifts
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Thanksgiving is a time for counting one's blessings and sharing with others less fortunate. The Perilstein family got into the spirit of the holiday several days early, with a low-key celebration of their matriarch, Cookie's, 75th birthday. She was surrounded by her husband, William; her children, Margie and Brian Wargon, Linda and Joel Appelbaum, Jayne and Ronald Perilstein, and Nancy...
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