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Israel Emergency Fund Campaign Tops $8.8 Million

September 14, 2006
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Community support for Israel through Federation's Israel Emergency Fund is rapidly growing. In addition to more and more community leaders coming to the aid of Israelis through generous support and contributions, the number of area synagogues supporting the fund has increased over the past two weeks from 20 to 50 congregations.

During this year's High Holiday services, this growing list of synagogues will include the opportunity for their members to support Israelis through the fund, which is part of the United Jewish Communities' North American $500 million campaign to rehabilitate Israel's northern communities.

IEF has helped thousands of Israelis survive the war, and is now focused on rebuilding homes, schools and businesses; revitalizing the economy; and providing post-traumatic care and other human services to children, families and the region's most vulnerable populations.

Bucks County:

Bristol Jewish Center (Conservative)
Congregation Beth El (Conservative)
Glazier Jewish Center Chabad Lubavitch of Bucks County (Orthodox)
Congregation Kol Emet (Reconstructionist)
Ohev Shalom of Bucks County (Conservative)
Shir Ami-Bucks County Jewish Congregation (Reform)
Temple Judea of Bucks County (Reform)
Temple Shalom (Reform)
Congregation Tifereth Israel of Lower Bucks County (Conservative)
Tzedek v'Shalom (Reconstructionist)

Bux-Mont:

Beth Tikvah-B'nai Jeshurun (Conservative)
Congregation Beth Or (Reform)
Lubavitch of Montgomery County (Orthodox)
Congregation Or Ami (Reform)
Or Hadash: A Reconstructionist Congregation
Tiferet Bet Israel (Conservative)
Temple Sinai (Conservative)
Congregation Tiferes B'nai Israel (Reconstructionist)

Center City:

Congregation B'nai Abraham (Traditional)
Congregation Leyv Ha-Ir, "Heart of the City" (Reconstructionist)
Congregation Kesher Israel (Traditional)
Congregation Mikveh Israel (Sephardic)
Society Hill Synagogue (Conservative)
Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel (Conservative)

Chester County:

Beth Chaim Reform Congregation (Reform)
Congregation Beth Israel of Chester (Reconstructionist)
Congregation B'nai Jacob (Conservative)
Chabad Lubavitch of Chester County (Orthodox)
Kesher Israel Congregation (Conservative)
Congregation Or Shalom (Conservative)
Temple Brith Achim (Reform)

Delaware County:

Congregation Beth El Ner Tamid (Conservative)
Congregation Beth Israel Media (Reconstructionist)
Chabad Lubavitch Jewish Center of Delaware County
Martins Run Life Care Community
Congregation Ohev Shalom (Conservative)
Suburban JCC B'nai Aaron (Conservative)
Temple Sholom in Broomall (Reform)

Lower Merion:

Adath Israel (Conservative)
Congregation Beth T'fillah of Overbrook Park (Conservative)
Suburban Jewish Community Center-B'nai Aaron (Conservative)
Har Zion Temple (Conservative)
Main Line Reform Temple, Beth Elohim (Reform)
Temple Beth Hillel (Conservative)

Northeast:

Shaare Shamayim (Orthodox)
Congregation Ner Zedek-Ezrath IsraelBet Uziel (Conservative)

Northwest:

Germantown Jewish Center (Conservative)

Old York Road:

Congregation Adath Jeshurun (Conservative)
Beth Sholom Congregation (Conservative)
Congregation Kol Ami (Reform)
Congregation Melrose B'nai Israel Emanu-El (Conservative)
Old York Road Temple-Beth Am (Reform)
Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel (Reform)
Young Israel of Elkins Park (Orthodox)

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