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Creating a Legacy For a Strong Jewish Future

October 25, 2012
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Abramson Center for Jewish Life Development Committee Co-Chair Mark Blaskey (center), president of Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia’s Endowments Corporation, presented Michael B. Steinberg (left), chairman of the board; Andrea Adelman, vice president of development; and Barbara Lincow, development committee co-chair with a $9,000 grant to the Center for achieving its one-year goal of 10 new planned gifts for the Areivim Legacy Community Project. Photos by Scott Weiner

Thirteen Jewish communal agencies and synagogues that have partnered with the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia in the Areivim Legacy Community Project received recognition from Federation leadership last month for successfully reaching their financial goals. Federation is working with its partners to raise community awareness about the importance of creating and building endowment funds to secure the future of our Jewish community. 

During the first year of their Areivim involvement, all partners completed a ­total of 151 signed Letters of Intent. This translates to more than $7 million in future philanthropic revenues.

Yasher Koach to: Abramson Center for Jewish Life, Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy, Boys Town Jerusalem, HIAS Pennsylvania, Hillel of Greater Philadelphia, Jewish Learning Venture, Jewish Relief Agency, Main Line Reform Temple, Ohev Shalom of Bucks County, Ohev Shalom of Delaware County, Old York Road Temple-Beth Am, Congregation Rodeph Shalom and Torah Academy.

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