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Jewish Family & Child Annual Report 2007/2008
A
s Jewish Family &
stone of our 140th
our remarkable history
individual stories that
tale of service and success:
The stories of our
woman and man who
doors in search of hope
The stories of our
our volunteers,our foster
those who have led us
and development, our
Those who continue to
a Jewish community
responsive to the needs
The stories of 14 staff members: women
defines“labour of love,”
sets the gold standard
In these pages, we
of the highlights of
invite you to read about
or been touched by
Child marks the mileanniversary, we honour
and celebrate the countless
have created our collective
clients: each child and
has walked through our
and help and healing.
Boards of Directors,
parents, our donors:
and guided our growth
direction and impact.
work tirelessly to build
consciousness that is
of the vulnerable among us.
decades of extraordinary
and men whose diligence
and whose professionalism
within their fields.
proudly bring you some
2007-2008, and we
the people whohave created
these stories.
Jewish tradition teaches that
“Our deeds determine us as much
as we determine our deeds.”
Once again last year, our loyal and
magnanimous donors stepped up to
address the ever-growing needs of
our community by supporting the
vital work of Jewish Family & Child.
We list their names across the pages
of this Annual Report, and express
our sincere gratitude to all.
Donations made through the Jewish
Foundation of Greater Toronto or UJA
Federation of Greater Toronto are
indicated by an asterisk*. Our sincere
appreciation to the many JF&CS
members (donations up to $124),
donors of goods and services, those
who wish to remain anonymous,
and others who support the work
of our agency, whose names do
not appear in this listing.
Every effort has been made to
ensure proper recognition of
each donor; we apologize for any
errors or omissions. This is a list of
financial donations only, including
our annual Friends Campaign,
made in the 2007 calendar year.
PLANNED GIFTS
We gratefully acknowledge
the generosity of the following,
who have included Jewish Family
& Child in their estate plans:
Fay Ehrenreich z’l
Robert & Maxine Fish
Garry & Joanne Foster
Myer Lukofsky z’l
Linda Somers
Murray L. Sweigman
Harvey Wolfe z’l
ENDOWMENTS
It is written that with every deed
you are sowing a seed, though
the harvest you may not see. We
acknowledge with gratitude the
following endowments that have
been established with Jewish
Family & Child. Some endowments
are already bearing fruit, assisting
our clients in a variety of ways;
others will yield their harvest in
the years to come.
Auslander Wattenberg
Memorial Fund
Banack Family Chanukah Fund
Beverley Black Fund in Support
of the Jewish Hospice Program
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(Endowments continued)
David & Shirley
Foster Endowment Fund
Garry & Joanne Foster Fund
Michael Freeman Scholarship Fund
Jenne & Henry
Goodman Scholarship Fund
Mark Gross Fund
Herzig Cuperfain Family Fund
Edna Levitt Scholarship Fund
Orzy Family Fund
Lolly Propas Memorial Fund
Shafran Scholarship Fund
William Solomon
Scholarship Fund
Dora Wilensky-Salsberg
Memorial Fund
We also acknowledge the donors
who have chosen not to list their
endowments in this report.
PARTNER: $10,000+
Barrday Inc.
Michael & Rena Buckstein*
Bennett Jones LLP
Estate of Helmut Beretz z’l
David & Dina Brothman
Conference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany, Inc.
John & Myrna Daniels
Charitable Foundation
Abraham Fish*
Harrowston Fund for Children
with Special Needs*
Roslyn Herst
Fred & May Karp*
Stephan & Sophie Lewar
Endowment Fund*
Marc Lipton
Leonard Micay
Alex Moses Fund*
Ontario Trillum Foundation
Poverty Initiative Endowment
Fund at the Jewish Foundation
of Greater Toronto*
The Philip Smith Foundation
PATRON: $5,000 - $9,999
In Memory of Marilynn Burke z’l
through The Benjamin Foundation
Joanne & Richard Cummings
Pearl & Phil Ehrlich
First Narayaver Congregation
Barry Gordon
Craig Guttmann
IBM Employees’
Charitable Fund
Adam & Miriam Joseph
Harvey & Marsha Joseph
Mackenzie Financial
Charitable Foundation
David Mansell
Sidney Mendelson
Irwin & Mariel Michael
Rick & Laura Orzy
Gary & Maddie Prosserman
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From the President and Executive Director
T
his has been a watershed year
for Jewish Family & Child,
largely in the positive sense.
We are proud to highlight, in these
pages, stories of our accomplishments this
past year as seen through the eyes of our
stakeholders. We made great strides in
many areas of service delivery and capacity,
expanding programs and serving more
members of the community, both children
and adults. Through careful program
management and a growing emphasis
on research and quality assurance,
Jewish Family & Child solidified its
reputation as the premier social service
agency in the Greater Toronto Jewish
community and as one of the leading
social service agencies in the GTA.
Our recent successful four-year reaccreditation by the prestigious Council
on Accreditation (COA) affirms the
Agency’s adherence to the highest of
standards. We are proud of what we have
achieved in terms of building capacity
and expertise, which is made more
meaningful because we can confirm to you,
our members, that during the past year,
we served even more people in need within
the community in a large variety of ways,
albeit with diminished funding.
Unfortunately, that may no longer
be the case, because the past year has also
been a watershed in a negative sense, due
to the funding crisis facing Jewish Family
& Child and other Ontario Children’s
Aid Societies. Providing effective child
welfare services is an ethical imperative
and is Government-mandated, but
the budget process with the Ontario
Government has, beginning in the past
two years, denied us adequate funding
to deliver the very services mandated
by legislation. It had always been the
practice of the Government to rectify
any shortfall by funding the so-called
deficit before the end of the fiscal year.
Jewi sh fami ly & chi ld
However, over the past two fiscal years,
Jewish Family & Child has been left with
an aggregate unfunded child welfare
deficit of more than $400,000. During
this period the Agency has managed to
balance its budget for non-child welfare
services, as there is some flexibility with
regard to programs and timing of service
delivery. Unfortunately, the failure
of the Provincial Government to fund
adequately our mandated child welfare
services constitutes a significant financial
burden for the Agency, with respect to
which it has almost no legal or moral
flexibility. Children must be taken care
of when they are at risk.
The above funding difficulties, along
with the growing needs of the community
we serve, represent a significant stress on
the Agency’s limited resources. Although
there is the potential for some flexibility
in the non-child welfare services of the
Agency, the fact is that Jewish Family
& Child is not funded sufficiently to serve
the community adequately in either child
welfare or other social services.
It is evident that adequate funding
from the Provincial Government will
not be forthcoming in the absence of
tremendous effort by the Agency, other
Children’s Aid Societies (CAS) and the
public. We have been advocating strongly,
along with our CAS colleagues, for
the Provincial Government to meet its
commitments and legal obligations. We
will continue to do so vigorously this year,
both directly and through legal process.
At the same time we are proud
and appreciative of the continuing
commitment and generosity of United
Way of Toronto and of York Region.
We are a founding member of United
Way Toronto and significant beneficiary
of United Way Toronto’s support. The
Family Resource Centre and our woman
abuse programs exemplify United Way’s
Toronto Hebrew Memorial Park
Philanthropic Fund*
Gabi Weisfeld*
The Barbara & Harvey Wolfe
Family Charitable Foundation
Fred & Joyce Zemans
history of social responsibility and
good citizenship.
This past fiscal year UJA Federation
of Greater Toronto allocated $1.6M in
net funding to JF&CS operations and
$1.9M in direct financial assistance to the
disadvantaged. This support contributes
substantially to the well-being and safety
of many members our community: single
parents, families in crisis, Holocaust
survivors and individuals with chronic
psychiatric disorders; people whose lives
are improved, indeed saved, by these
services. A greater percentage of the
community funding raised in Toronto
must be applied to meet the social service
needs of the vulnerable. Jewish Family
& Child is the key provider of those
most necessary services. Our strategic
directions, focusing on the client first,
renewal, impact and sustainability,
position the Agency to be a greater
resource than ever. Our current
conversation with UJA Federation is
very encouraging and reflects a joint
recognition and growing agreement that
together we have the opportunity to take
bold steps to revitalize this partnership.
We wish to partner with UJA Federation
in realizing our community’s true
potential in supporting children, adults
and families to face life’s challenges and
to be enriched by its opportunities.
Even as we await the results of these
efforts, we must deal with a significant
funding shortfall. We have significantly
expanded our fundraising efforts
during the past year, with the hiring of
a Manager of Development. The results
have been encouraging. We will redouble
S. Richard Orzy
President
these efforts in an attempt to fill the
funding gaps, which are widening.
In that regard, we have many donor
opportunities in terms of programs,
naming rights and the just plain
satisfaction of saving lives and families.
During the coming year, we must
be resolute in facing the challenges
created by funding shortfalls,
community indifference and the everincreasing incidence of family and
personal strife among those whom the
Agency serves. The Board and staff of
Jewish Family & Child are dedicated
to that task in order to allow JF&CS
to serve a greater portion of those in
need (many more people in even more
ways), people who are overwhelmed by
problems, poverty, family circumstances
or even abusive parents or spouses.
As we move forward, we thank you
– our members, donors and volunteers –
for all that you do for this Agency, its
clients and the community. The struggle
to ensure the safety and dignity of all
members of our community – including
children – is a never-ending one.
However, it is undoubtedly one that is
worth the effort. JF&CS promises you and
all those who need our services that we will
be there for them, every step of the way.
Fulfilling that promise in the year ahead
and the years to come will require a sea
change in community and Government
approaches to child welfare and individual
and family services. We know that we can
count on the members of Jewish Family &
Child to help bring about that change and
to remind everyone of the true importance
of social services in this community.
Richard Cummings
Executive Director
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BENEFACTOR: $1,000 - $4,999
Bernard & Joan Aaron
Algood Casters Ltd.
Alpha Omega Foundation
of Canada
Aqueduct Foundation
- Stan & Diane Gasner Fund
Joshua & Karen Auslander
Tammy & Jerry Balitsky
Meyer Balter
Larry & Arna Banack
Steven Baum
Jeffrey P. Beber
Laurent Benattar
The Benjamin Foundation
Albert Benudiz
Bialik Hebrew Day School
Lisa Mendelson
& Brian Blumenthal
B’nai Brith Wilson Heights Lodge
Michael Bowman
Paul & Tanya Braun
Barbara Bresver
Brettler/Mintz Foundation
The Buying Group
Beverley Chernos
Howard Cohen
The Sydney & Florence
Cooper Foundation
Jose Danobeitia
Karen Diamond
Yale & Miriam Drazin
Robert & Ellen Eisenberg
Elite Roofing Services Inc.
Stanley & Ilana Emerson
Hershell Ezrin & Sharyn
Salsberg Ezrin
David Fabian
Lynn Factor
Marc & Michelle Factor
The Les & Minda Feldman
Charitable Foundation
Mitchell Fellen
Bernard Fishbein
Garry & Joanne Foster
Harvey & Anice Frisch
Family Foundation
Harvey Fruitman
Randy Gangbar
Karen Gilberg
Judy Godfrey
Louis Goluboff
Stanley & Rhonda Gordon
Lindy Green
Maurice & Katrin Green
Linda & Lorne Greenwald
Sean & Julia Guttmann
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ben
OUR CLIENTS COME FIRST:
every step of the way
“He believed in me on my word – just like that. He enabled me to get my schooling in order,
helped me with my Jewish identity crises, made sure I stayed out of food banks, and always
cared. Even though he helps hundreds of people I felt his support was there whenever I
asked for help. That’s a lot of care.”
Ben, a JF&CS client, speaking about Simon Kalkstein of the downtown Toronto
Gordon S. Wolfe Branch of JF&CS
The impact of what Jewish Family & Child achieved in 2007/2008 is mirrored in Ben’s
comments about our staff’s commitment to our clients. Many accomplishments came
to life through the generosity of our volunteers’ time and energy. Others grew out of our
donors’ vision and financial gifts, and our major funders’ sense of commitment. We thank
them, one and all, for enabling us to continue to support the healthy development of
individuals, families and communities in Greater Toronto and York Region.
Intake
9,447
“Collaborative law is a resource we are
using more and more to help clients resolve
problems resulting from separation. At the
beginning of this process, all parties commit
to collaboration in writing. Should the case
proceed to litigation, the involved lawyers
and their law firms must withdraw and the
parties find new legal representation. That’s
how seriously we all take this approach to
collaborative resolution.”
lin
o
Robert & Edie Harlang
Jill Kamin & Murray Hart
Harzahav Foundation*
Peter & Janet Herman
Allen & Celia Hirsh
Johnson Rose Inc.
Harvey Kalles
Robert & Judith Kanee
Martin & Sandra Karp
Ben & Hilda Katz
Charitable Foundation
Teri Kay
Bruce & Lianne Leboff
Esther Lenkinski
Edna Levitt
J. Lipton
Howard Malach
Susan & Gerald Maldoff
Elliott Jacobson & Judy Malkin
Mastermind & Customers
Michael Mendelson
Rabbi John Moscowitz
Joseph & Lauren Nadler
Barry & Esther Naiberg
Family Fund*
Milton & Mindel Naiberg
Hymie & Marcia Negin
Rosalie Mednick Nepom
Norwest Video Inc.
Ontario Power Generation
Employees & Pensioners
Isaac Osipowicz Memorial
Endowment Fund*
David & Barbara Peltz
Sandy Posluns
Estate of Lawrence Racklin z’l
RainMakerGroup
Albert & Egosah Reichmann
Al Reisman Limited
Jay & Joanne Richmond
Romspen Investment
Corporation
Judy & Hyman Sarick
Brian & Annalee Schnurr
Anna M. Shafran
Lisa Shostack
Michael Shur-Ami
Philip Siller
The Silver Tree Foundation
Gary Solway
Bert & Barbara Stitt
Glen Strom
Temple EmanuEl Sisterhood
Elliott & Helene Wahle
Daniel R. Weisz
Jack & Judy Winberg
Winberg Foundation
Shelley Wolkin
The Oscar Yolles
Charitable Foundation
Dov & Cordine Zevy
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The number of
calls for information
and service
Elinor Gertner, JF&CS social worker and
coordinator of “The Changing Family” program
for families experiencing separation or divorce
Jewish Family & Child is committed to
preventing or reducing conflict in separation
and divorce, and to helping families in
transition find healthy ways to meet the
changing needs of all involved. The process
COLLABORATIVE LAW INITIATIVE: is a cooperative approach between lawyers
finding new ways to work
together to reach consensus and clients who want to work together in
a non-adversarial way, finding better ways
to deal with the emotional issues that often
impede the progress of legal meetings.
As members of the cooperative team, JF&CS
social service and mental health professionals
have the opportunity to play many roles, such
as counsellors, divorce coaches, parenting
coaches, child specialists, and a neutral voice
that can facilitate the whole legal discussion.
Jewi sh fami ly & chi ld
Group Programs
The number of
adults and children
who attended
psychoeducational
and therapeutic groups
arbar
2,124
HIGH CONFLICT SYMPOSIUM:
groundbreaking help for
high conflict families
or
“The symposium was a very informative
workshop that advanced our knowledge
about high conflict families and child
alienation. We learned useful strategies for
reuniting parents and their children and
for developing effective and specialized
parenting plans for high conflict families.
I look forward to implementing some
of these strategies in the work I do with
these families.”
School Social
Work Program
3,054
The number of
case consultations
held by our social
workers in 29 day
and public schools
CHAI SPONSOR: $360 - $999
Agudas Hamishpocha
Philanthropic Fund*
Sam & Ann Alter
Avanti Property Group
Roz Baker
Mark & Debbie Bank
David & Rochelle Barkin
Joan Garson & David Baskin
Maxine Bass
Victor Bear
Tobie & Ted Bekhor
Benedek Family
Benjamin’s Park
Memorial Chapel
Avie Bennett
Donald Bennett, C.A.
Bereaved Jewish Families
of Ontario
John Berger
John & Sherrill Berrys
Irving Betcherman
Austin & Nani Beutel
Frank & Ellen Bialystok
Billy Bee Honey Products
Jack Bittan
Harry Blaier
Murray E. Blankstein
Nicolette Bledin
BMO Fountain of Hope
Employees Foundation
B’nai Brith Foundation
Don Mills Lodge
Judy Broadbent
Aaron & Toby Brotman
The Roel C. Buck
Family Foundation
Clifford Cole*
Arthur & Harriet Cohen
Eric & Michelle Cohen
Irving Cohen
Michael Cohen
Robert & Marilyn Cohen
Jerry Cukier
Elise Herzig & Ron Cuperfain
Diane Davies
Jeanie Davis
Jerome D. Diamond
Dispute Resolution Services
Daniel Drucker
Marvin Dryer
Joe Dubrofsky
David Dulberg
Renee Edwards
David & Rosalie Farb
Debra & Gary Feldman
Shim & Vivian Felsen
Florence Fenwick
Joe Ferreira
Barbara Fidler
Michael & Judith Firestone
Robert S. Fish
Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts
Dr. Barbara Jo Fidler, Psychologist
As host and coordinator of the third annual
High Conflict Symposium, Jewish Family
& Child welcomed 370 professionals to
the November 2007 conference entitled,
“Preventing Child Alienation in High Conflict
Separation and Divorces.”
Our valuable work in the field of high
conflict families in divorce spread
beyond the conference last year with the
publication of our “Best Practices Guide
in Working with High Conflict Families.” In
addition, we are proud to be the recipient,
in conjunction with the University of
Western Ontario’s Faculty of Social Work,
of a $135,000 research grant from the Social
Science and Humanities Research Council.
We will be evaluating a groundbreaking
research tool to establish assessment
criteria for identifying high conflict families.
Jerome D.
Diamond Centre
53
The number of
students who
received intensive
help on the path
to personal and
academic success
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Child Protection
430
The number
of investigations
of child abuse
completed last year
sari
Gerald & Stella Freedman
Harold & Ethel Freeman
Risa Freeman
Gerda Frieberg
Charitable Foundation
Benita Friedlander
Rhoda Frisch
Irving & Ruth Frisch
Fay & Howard Ganz
Jeff & Jane Gertner
The Shirley & Jerome Giblon
Charitable Foundation
Glass, Murray & Bianchi
Norman Godfrey
Barry Goldberg
Linda & Gary Goldberg
Sharon & Martin Goldberg
The George & Kay
Goldlist Foundation
Gerold & Roslyn Goldlist
Gary & Wendy Goldman
Mark Goodman
Carole Grafstein
Bernard & Dorothy Green
David & Sylvia Green
Louis Greenbaum
Gladys & John Greenberg
Margot Greisman
Jeanette Grosman
Larry Grossman
Foundation for Kids
Guild Electric Limited
Alex Hartman
Holy Blossom Temple Pre-School
Elaine Herer & Stephen Holzapfel
Gerry & Bryna Hyman
Aliza Israel
JAGelber Foundation
Seymour & Elaine Joffe
Jonathan Kahn
Buschie Kamin
Allen & Sharon Karp
The Daniel E. Kert
Family Foundation
Monty & Eileen Kobrin
Stephen Kraft
Kwitman Family Foundation
Philip Ladovsky
Dana Lampe
Mel Lazer
Bonnie Lefton
Molyn & Bonny Leszcz
Sheldon Levy
David Lieberman
Ronald Lindzon
Diane Abbey & Jack Livingston
Elliott & Beverly Lyons
Morris Macarz
Eva & Mark Madras
Barbara Magerman
The Mann In Media Inc.
The Manson Family Foundation
“Please accept my deepest appreciation
for how much you’ve improved my life
these past few years – not only the
external circumstances but my inner
life. You’ve given me the guidance and
encouragement to become a stronger
person…Don’t forget – each time you help
a woman, you are helping her children, her
husband (present or future), her parents…”
Sari, a Jewish Family & Child client
WOMAN ABUSE
PROGRAM:
reaching
out to our
community
This past year has seen a productive and
meaningful increase in community outreach
by our woman abuse program. Along with
our longstanding partners at JWI, we have
established a wonderful partnership with
Beth Tzedec Congregation. Rabbi Sean
Gorman has spoken from the pulpit about
woman abuse, and was instrumental in
the recent presentation at Beth Tzedec
of “Flowers Aren’t Enough,” a dramatic
one-woman play about domestic violence.
Another event is planned for later this
year, and we thank Rabbi Gorman for
his leadership and vision in helping us
raise awareness of woman abuse in our
community and beyond. We know that with
this kind of awareness will come increased
knowledge of and access to the resources
available to abused women & their families.
In May of 2007, a group of Birthright alumni
threw a fundraiser for our woman abuse
program, specifically to help us educate
young women about healthy relationships.
“Spring Soirée” was a great success! On
behalf of the women who will benefit from
the proceeds of the evening, we express
our sincere thanks to Jessica Shostack
and Lauren Ackerman and their organizing
committee, as well as Shawna Waltman of
Canada Israel Experience, for all the hard
work that went into this wonderful event.
Our work with Russian and Hebrew
speaking women and their families will
continue, thanks to the renewal of the
generous support of Lewis and Charlotte
Steinberg through UJA Federation. Their
vision and compassion allow us to address
the needs of a population of women whom
we were not able to reach in the past.
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Woman Abuse
1,240
The number of
women, men and
children served
by our domestic
volence programs
Financial
Assistance
496
The average
number of people
who received
supplementary
financial assistance
cases each month
“Our tradition
teaches that
the measure of
community is how
that community
cares for its most
needy members,
those who are
most vulnerable.
We are directed to
advocate for those
who may be unable
to advocate for
themselves. When
a need is identified,
we are compelled
to respond. Our
tradition does not
permit us to stand
idly by. These
teachings and
values are embodied
in the services and
mission of Jewish
Family & Child.”
Gordyz’l
“For many people, living in long term care
is scary and lonely and they feel a loss of
control over just about everything in their
life. They can decline my visit but hardly
any do; they seem genuinely happy to share
their personal stories and I listen. I listen
in confidence trying to pick up on what’s
most important to the person I’m visiting.
As a people, we are all responsible for one
another. Hillel taught that we should do
unto others as we would have others do to
us and, if I were living in a long-term care
facility, I would want someone to spend
time with me, to listen to me.”
We stand
on the
shoulders
of those
who have
gone
before us
Gordon S. Wolfe,
z’l, Jewish Family
& Child Executive
Director from
1981 to 2003.
Chaplaincy
Services
Miriam Bester, Jewish Family & Child
Chaplain for nearly a decade.
28,697
miriam
In 2007, Jewish Family & Child’s Chaplaincy
Services continued to expand its reach
in response to the growing needs of our
community, providing spiritual and religious
care to Jewish hospital patients and
residents of long-term care facilities. As the
baby boomers among us age, the demand
for hospital and long-term care will continue
to increase. In addition to renewing existing
contracts with hospitals in Greater Toronto
and York Region, Chaplaincy Services has
begun negotiations to extend our services
to several other facilities and increase the
hours spent in each.
The number of
patient/family
contacts made
by volunteers
and staff
CHAPLAINCY
SERVICES:
the meaning
of mitzvah
Annua l re p ort 2 0 07 / 2 0 0 8
Jack Martell
Matchstick Inc.
Graham McBride
Karen McClintock
David Merkur Holdings Inc.
Metropolitan Equities Limited
Israel Mida
Beatrice Minden
Jack Mintz
Victor & Sharon Moncarz
Marnie Morrow
MTP War Veteran’s Association
Berl Nadler
Errol & Rhonda Nezon
Allan P. Noss
Jordan & Barbara Oelbaum
Leslie & Nir Orbach
Victor & Naomi Pamensky
Michael Paul
Penn Family Fund*
Pierremount Holdings Ltd.
Harvin & Rachel Pitch
Alberto, Teresa & Isaac Quiroz
Arnold Recht
David Rechtsman
Ron & Marlene Richardson
Rojaerlojo Foundation
Jack Rose
Karen Rosenblat
Norman Roth z’l
Peter & Carol Rothbart
The Rubin Hoffman Foundation
Linda Ruskin
Jules & Ariella Samson
Howard Sandys
Zion & Joyce Sasson
Fred & Brenda Saunders
Les & Judy Scheininger
Doreen Scolnick
Seyglor Consultants Inc
SF Charitable Foundation
Lorne Wolfson
& Lorie Shekter-Wolfson
Mendel & Anita Shore
Nathan & Lily Silver
Family Foundation
Ivor & Renee Simmons
Fred & Rene Skurka
Gerald & Judy Slan
Lili & Mitchel Smith
Leigh Solomon
Paul Stein
Jay & Carole Sterling
Hellen Stollar
Edward Stossel
Barbara Sugar
John Sweet
Kenny Tanenbaum
Ron & Leah Tattum
Marvin & Esther Tile
Adam & Marian Tizel
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Harry & Florence Topper
Charitable Foundation
Toronto Community Foundation
Avrum Udaskin
Mark & Susan Walsh
Beth & Eric Warren/Hurowitz
Leonard & Adele Wechsler
The Weitz Family Foundation
Burton & Marilyn Winberg
Julius & Honey Wise
Sheldon Wiseman
Paul Schnier & Elizabeth Wolfe
The Honey & Leonard Wolfe
Family Charitable Foundation
Linda Wolfe
Michael & Beverley Wolfe
Leon S. & Dora Yolles
Charitable Foundation
Yorkwood Investments Limited
Corinne Berman & Jeff Zacks
Bryan Tannenbaum
& Cecile Zaifman
Bernard Zelechow
Marvin Zuker
Ronald Zuker
Walter & Helen Zwig
Mitchell Zylberberg
SPONSOR: $250 - $359
Goldie Aiken
Alliance Atlantis
Communications Inc.
Frank & Karen Durbin Ander
Monica Auerbach
Norman & Sharon Bacal
Gerald Baker
Gary Bensky
Sam & Lori Ber
Bruce Berdock
Saul & Hilda Berman
Shelley R Birenbaum
Seth Blumenstein
David Brill
Gary & Gail Brown
Henry & Vicki Campbell
Luby Carr
Rick Chad
Gerald Charney
Marshall & Judith Cohen
Jerry & Hilda Cohen
Perry & Shirley Cooper
Irving Cooper
Rovena Cooper
Diane Crangle
Andrew & Hillary Cumming
Sheldon & Lori Disenhouse
Ellen Eckler
Max & Ivy Eisen
Michael Emory
Gil & Gail Faclier
Enrique & Lilly Fenig
Leo & Andrea Fine
Talmud B erac h ot sa y s ,
“ T h e face of one man
is as d ifferent from
t h e face of anot h er
as t h e t h o u g h t of one
man from anot h er . ”
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Sandra Folk
Anna Gangbar
Jeffrey & Orly Glatt
Morton & Elaine Goldbach
Jane Goldberg
Leon Goldberg
Jack & Anita Goren
Abraham & Malka
Green Foundation
Nadine Greenberg
David J. Griff
Alan & Lori Gutmann
Howard & Lisa Hacker-Feld
Dan Hagler
Mark & Ricki Harris
Haymishe Homes Inc.
Pamela Himel
Florence Hirschfeld
Allison Hunt
Aaron Jesin
Rochelle Kahn
Meyer & Michel Katz
Min Katz
Paula Kirsh
Joseph & Doreen Kronick
Doug & Nadine Lasenby
Bonnie Lawrence
Shlomie & Dina Lebowitz
Sam & Helen Lepek
Edward Levitt
Mark & Judy Libman
Sam & Elisheva Lightstone
Nachman Maister
Karen Chisvin & David Mazer
Ruth Medad
Marian Miltchin
Michael Minden
James Moncarz
Todd Morganstein
Brad Nathan
Reta Newman
Norman Light Fund*
Albert & Sandra Page
Alan Penn
Richard & Annette Pivnick
Morton Prager
Ted Rabinovitch
John & Hannah Rosen
Robert & Marlene Ruderman
Nancy Ruth
S.A.J.A.C. Seniors
Lionel & Carol Schipper
Zev & Susan Shainhouse
Frieda Sherman
Ralph & Judy Shiff
David Shindman
Albert Silver
Ruth Simon
Henry N. Singer
Adrienne & Joel Slan
Jason Sorokin
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edna
Eli Spetgang
Joseph & Elaine Steiner
Joan & Howard Stevens
Martin Strauss
Rabbi Michael
& Mrs. Celia Stroh
David Tannenbaum
Telus Corporation
Toronto Hebrew
Benevolent Society
Sidney & Deborah Troister
John & Lori Ulmer
Brent Vickery
Harold Wargon
Gordon Waugh
Nan Weiner
Sharon Weintraub
Carole Winberg
David Wolfe
Wendy Wolfman
Sally & Mark Zigler
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“When I turned 60, I wanted to mark the
milestone in a meaningful way, so I asked
my friends and family to donate money to
a fund that would treat all of the women
in Jewish Family & Child’s Woman Abuse
Program to an individual night out. They
did this instead of buying gifts for me, and
I made up the balance. It meant that each
woman was given $50 to spend on herself,
an unheard of luxury. The letters I received
back six months later tell the story and I
have saved them all to this day. One woman
told me she was able to have a manicure for
the first time in her life. I couldn’t believe
the impact my gift would have.”
Edna Levitt, JF&CS Volunteer & donor
Edna didn’t stop there. Inspired by
this experience, Edna established an
endowment fund to help underprivileged
women in our community access higher
education. “I was fortunate when I came
to Canada from Scotland in 1983, even as
a newly widowed single mother and alone.
I was able to go to university part-time,
where a whole world was opened up for
me,” Levitt says. “An enormous part of
that education was connecting with other
women and learning how nurturing they
can be. I hope that the scholarship I have
endowed will offer that kind of comfort and
opportunity to other women and help to
give them a larger window on the world.”
Volunteers
14,200
The number of hours
put in by our direct
service volunteers
CHILD WELFARE MEDIATION:
alternative dispute
resolution with the child’s
best interests at heart
jeff
CHAI FRIEND: $180 - $249
Beverley Abramson
Joel Adelstein
Andrew Adler
Stephen & Heshy Altbaum
Phyllis Angel
Phillip Anisman
Harry & Sandra Aronowicz
Katharine Auslander
Joseph Azouri
Gila Badner
Harriet Bain
Tatyana Barankin
Leonard Barkin
Robert Beder
Harry A. Bernstein
Donald Biback
Irving Bloomberg
Risa Bordman
Gayle Borenstein
Izzie & Gloria Boxen
Harriette Brown Tabakman
Gladys Buckler
Cells for Life Ltd.
Howard & Elsa Chandler
Alice Charach
Alec & Barbara Chatz
Henrietta Chesnie
Irwin Cooper
Robert Cooper
Leslie Crangle
Barry & Lynn Cutler
Elizabeth Dabuleanu
Marnie Burke
& Sam Damiani
Leo & Faigie Davids
Jerry Dermer
Philip & Lisa Draper
Buddy & Leigh Eisenberg
David Eisenstat
EDNA’S
STORY
“Going to court is expensive, time-consuming and stressful for
children and parents. Mediation gives us another option that’s much
less disruptive and more effective for everyone, especially the kids.”
Jeff Mintz, JF&CS Child Welfare Worker
The face of child welfare in Ontario is changing, and an important
part of the Government’s transformation agenda is the use of
alternative dispute resolution. Mediation is an effective problemsolving tool that is often very successful in diverting cases from
the courts and in bringing about long-lasting solutions to complex
problems. It saves time and money. We have encountered cases,
for example, where parents wish to regain custody of a child in our
care but we feel it is not in the child’s best interest. Increasingly in
such cases, we are bringing in a mediator – a neutral third party –
to help us work towards a resolution without having to enter into
protracted legal proceedings.
Jewi sh fami ly & chi ld
howard
“By keeping children within their extended families instead of
bringing them into foster care, everyone benefits, especially
the children. In what can be a very traumatic situation – being
separated from one’s parents – children in kinship care have the
comfort of being cared for by relatives who know and love them.”
Howard Hurwitz, Director of Children’s Services
KINSHIP
SERVICES:
maintaining
precious
family ties
As part of its Child Welfare Transformation agenda, the Ontario
Ministry of Children and Youth Services now requires children’s
aid societies to place children with extended families whenever
feasible. When this became a requirement in 2007, we were well
positioned to provide this type of placement, as we have been
facilitating kinship arrangements for many years. Currently, we
have eight children living with their extended families, to whom
we provide ongoing support.
“We love the Family Resource Centre
for so many reasons: my son loves going
every day to play, learn and socialize;
I love going to socialize and be with
Russian-speaking parents like me and
have a chance to watch my son grow,
play and become his own self in a Jewish
setting. We especially love the Shabbat
program every week.”
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David & Judy Engel
Allen Feldman
David & Cara Feldman
Phyllis Feldman
David & Gillian Fihrer
Alan & Elaine Fink
David Finkelstein
Jack Frieberg
Peter Friedmann
Friends of Social
Housing Services Corp.
Betsy Fruitman
Lou Fruitman
Josette Frydman-Kohl
Barry Gales
Sam & Gitta Ganz
Howard & Carole Gelfand
Richard Geller
Paul Rosenberg
& Joan Gilmour
Shiphra Ginsburg
Howard & Fay Gitter
Ed Goldberg
Gerald & Marsha Goldberg
Leon Goldenberg
Shirley Goldenberg
Sydney & Karen Goldenberg
Faith Goldman
Nathan & Anne Goldman
Lisa Goldstein
Pam Gollish
Gilbert Goodman
Family Foundation
Oscar Goodman
David & Marilyn Gotfrid
Samuel Gotfrid
Beverly Gould
Terry & Mimi Green
Marion Greenberg
Irwin Greenblatt
Kenneth Greenwald
Sofia Grinshpun
Ruth Halperin-Weil
Adrian & Shirley Hanick
Douglas Harris
Gary & Diane Harris
Miriam Herman
Ron & Heather Hoffman
Henry Icyk
Susan Jackson
Judean Benevolent
& Friendly Society
Hart & Moira Kaminker
Alfred Kammer
Carol Kassel
Marvin Kates
Dana Long Kelly
Michael & Rachel Kerbel
Richard Kerbel
Carolyn Keystone
Warren & Debbie Kimel
Donald L. Kirsch
irina
The average number
of Holocaust survivors
who participated in our
Café Europa program
each month
Irina, parent of 3-year old and Family
Resource Centre regular
The Family Resource Centre (FRC),
a partnership of JF&CS and the Bathurst
Jewish Community Centre, is just one of
the many ways we are reaching out to the
burgeoning population of York Region.
Along with JIAS Toronto, and with funding
from the Ontario Trillium Foundation,
the FRC is a key community resource
for newcomers like Irina and her son.
YORK REGION:
DYNAMIC
COMMUNITY
CAPACITY
BUILDING
Children
84
The number of
children in the care
of Jewish Family &
Child at year-end
In 2007, our York Region Branch, located
next to the FRC in the Promenade Mall,
developed successful community partnerships
with other area social service and children’s
mental health agencies, to the benefit of
our clients. In the past year, recognition
of the multi-service capacity of JF&CS has
escalated and can be seen in the increase
in people dropping in at the front desk.
One area of significant growth has been our
strategic social work presence in the schools,
connecting students and their families with
relevant community resources and working
in collaboration with all involved to nurture
the needs of each student.
Annua l re p ort 2 0 07 / 2 0 0 8
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elena
Irvin Klinghofer
Adam & Dana Kronick
Francy Kussner
Ruth Ladovsky
Eva Lake
Tanya Lewis
Ben Libman
Bennie & Shirley Liebenthal
Jeffrey & Judy Lipsitz
Sara Loftus
David Lurie
Susan Macarz
Mendy & Marilyn Maierovitz
Mark S. Mandelcorn
The Marder Family Foundation
Martinway Plaza Limited
Irving Matlow
Eva Mayer
Gerald & Maureen Mazin
Deborah Miller
Murray Miller
Saul Mintz
Phyllis Moss
Sheldon H. Nadal
Florence Naimer
Julius & Annette Needleman
Jay Niederhoffer
Margaret Nightingale
Deborah Orzy
Judith Orzy
Rabbi & Mrs. Marvin
& Judith Pachino
Edwin Peranson
Elliott Peranson
Iris Peretz
Gary & Alison Polan
Gary & Ann Posen
Sara & Bernard Rachlin
Allan & Dale Rakowsky
Marilyn Raphael
Hyla Reichmann
Evelyn Revivo
Rhyl Realty Inc.
Franklin Richmond
Ruthie Roher
Steven Rosenbaum
Karen Rosenberg
Sarah Rosenfeld
William Rosengarten
Dorothy Ross
Gerald & Pauline Ross
Nancy Ross
Irving & Florence Rother
Berte Rubin
Irving & Shirley Samuels
Charitable Foundation
Jack Sandler
Marilyn Sandler
Fred & Beverly Schaeffer
Stuart Schonfeld
Erica Segal
“It was summer 2007 when my oldest
son asked me to go to camp and I had
to figure out how to manage to make my
son’s request come true. Then luckily I was
introduced to Jewish Family & Child …All
these wonderful camps, programs, tutors
and much more are making my kids’ life
much better and greater achievements
in all aspects. Personally I feel blessed
and appreciate that we have an amazing
community who helps family like me.”
Camp
337
Elena, mother of 9-year old first-time camper
The number of
children who enjoyed
Jewish day and
overnight camps
We know that camping and other informal
educational settings play a huge role in
establishing, nurturing and maintaining
Jewish identity. For many years, Jewish
Family & Child has been sending children
to Jewish day and overnight camps, thanks
to the support of our community through
the Gordon Wolfe Children and Youth Fund
and UJA Federation. Camp subsidies have
traditionally been awarded to clients of the
Agency receiving supplementary financial
assistance, and this was the case for 146
youngsters in the summer of 2007.
But what about families whose income
places them above our financial assistance
threshold but below the ability to pay
substantial camp fees? Last summer, 191
children from families identified as “working
poor” attended Jewish day and overnight
camps thanks to a new subsidy program
funded by UJA Federation. What a wonderful
way to ease the financial burden on these
families and make sure their children have
a great summer camp experience!
CAMP SUBSIDIES:
Jewish continuity
begins at camp
JEWISH HOSPICE PROGRAM:
maximizing the value
and quality of life
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Jewi sh fami ly & chi ld
alan
Family Support
Program
197
The number of families
with children with
special needs who
were helped by our
Family Support Program
FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAM:
enhanced support for
families with children
with special needs
“There are many parents out there who
need help on how to take care of their
special needs child. In the Parent Support
group, I learned about resources and
how to plan for my child’s future. I felt
supported by the leaders and the other
parents in the group.”
Alan, a participant
Jewish Family & Child’s Family Support
Program provides essential case management
services for parents of children with
developmental delays. Last year, this special
needs support was extended even further
with a resource sharing and discussion
group, facilitated by the JF&CS Family
Support team. The group provides a safe
and supportive setting for the parents
to explore issues such as accessing key
resources, coping with day-to-day parenting
issues, self-care, and planning for their child’s
future. Parents are encouraged to raise
other topics, pertinent to the challenges
of raising a special needs child, and share
their questions and experiences.
“We would like to express our sincere gratitude to [our JF&CS
Jewish Hospice Program] social worker, for the exceptional quality
of service she provides. Our elder family members, who are both
immigrants to Canada, have rather limited knowledge of the
Canadian healthcare and social service system and require close
assistance in getting the vital services they require. [Our JF&CS
worker] has made it all possible for us…It is exceptional people like
her who make this world so much of a better place to live in.”
Michael & Esther, adult children of Hospice clients
The Jewish Hospice Program reaches out to individuals experiencing
the pain and anxiety that accompanies chronic or terminal illness,
helping them and their families live each day as fully as they can.
New to the Program last year, thanks to donations by the Max
Ullmann Philanthropic Fund at the Jewish Foundation of Toronto,
was funding for complementary pain management treatments such
as massage therapy. As Coordinator of the Jewish Hospice Program,
Bev Schachter, explains, “The ‘Jewish’ part of Jewish Hospice Program
emphasizes the value of every moment of the time we are alive.”
Jewish Hospice
125
The number of
people with terminal
or life-threatening
illnesses who were
helped by Jewish
Hospice professionals
and volunteers
Annua l re p ort 2 0 07 / 2 0 0 8
Suzanne Seider
Seligman & Associates Ltd.
Jennifer Selskey
Grace Shafran
David Shaw
Myer Shaw z’l
Richard Shaw
Allan & Lorraine Sheps
Honey & Barry Sherman
Judy Shier Weisberg
Diane & Gary Shiffman
Sol Shiner
Harold & Helen Shneer
Evelyn Silverberg
Harvey & Renee Solursh
Elaine Solway
Sigmund & Linda Soudack
Mark S. Anshan
& Brenda J. Spiegler
Jay & Karen Spitzer
Harvey Starkman
Morris H. Starkman
Steven & Rodeen Stein
Arthur Stern
Ken Strom
Sam & Barbara Stupp
David & Phyllis Sugar
Shirley Sussman
Wendy Galet & Alon Szpindel
Ana Sztabinski
Fred & Mindy Tayar
Rochelle Thompson
Howard & Catherine Tile
Lilian Tobias
Larry & Frieda Torkin
Dora Track
Villa Luso Non-Profit
Housing Corp.
Faith Weinberg
Florence & George Weinberger
Thomas & Jill Weinberger
Stephen & Teresa Weintraub
David Weiss
Jeremy & Susan Weitz
Peter Wise
Jack & Nan Wiseman
Miriam Wodlinger
Sidney Wolbrom
Gertrude Wolfe
Ralph Wolfe
Rose Wolfe
Michael Wolfish
Shirley Worth
Gloria Wunder
Susan Yellin
Burle Yolles
Louise Yolles
Morden Yolles
York Region Children’s
Aid Society
Irving & Anita Zelcer
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FRIEND: $125 - $179
Franci & Paul Alter
Irene Arkin
Sandra Atlin
Barney Awerbuck
Irving Bain
Barbara Barak
Henry Barkin
David Baum
Ruth Berman
Bessin Family Foundation
Beth Avraham Yoseph
of Toronto Congregation
Bevthorn Limited
Abe & Sheila Birenbaum
Beverley Black
Saul Kelner & Janice Blakeney
Leonard & Linda Borer
Linda Brager
Orah Buck
Canadian Tire Foundation
for Families
Canadian Union of Public
Employees Local 265
Ted & Janice Carolin
Harold & Mary Chapman
Stephanie Olin Chapman
The Charney Family Foundation
David & Sandra Cherun
John Paul Chiasson
William Clarfield
Ruth Cohen
John Collins
Don Colt
H. Cooper
Debbie Cowitz
Moishe & Roz Davidson
Hannah Davis Tzedakah Fund*
Lawrence Davis
Leonard & Judy Direnfeld
Edwin & Janet Durbin
Ruth Ehrlich
Morton Eisen
Ruth Eisen
Anita Ekstein
Rabbi Edward Elkin
Beth Feffer
Saul Feldberg
Frederick Feldman
Vladimir Fiser & Marika Ferber
Jeffrey Fineberg
Harvey & Bernice Finkelstein
Marvin Flatt
The Frankel Family Foundation
Lionel Frankel
Sydney Frankfort
David & Sheila Freeman
Jeremy & Elayne Freeman
Shelley Gans
Gordon & Ena Garmaise
Jeffrey Gauze
Harriet Gelb
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Co u n c i l o n Acc r e d i tat i o n r e v i e w — r eco g n i z i n g e xc e l l e n c e i n s e rv i c e d e l i v e ry
“COA is proud to recognize Jewish Family & Child as an outstanding provider that
has set high performance standards and made a commitment to deliver the very best
quality services to your constituents.” Jennifer Flowers, Director of Volunteer Services
and Accreditation Commission, Council on Accreditation (COA)
Last fall, Jewish Family & Child participated in a rigorous evaluation process by COA,
in order to review its professional performance across the spectrum of the services we
provide. This extensive examination occurs every four years. Reflecting the excellence
of its dedicated staff, Jewish Family & Child was indeed re-accredited this year. Yasher
koach to all members of the Jewish Family & Child staff team, and special thanks to
Josef Rich for his outstanding coordination of the accreditation process!
O u r F u n d e r s : T h e P ow e r o f Pa r t n e r s h i p
Jewish Family & Child continues to build community capacity, while serving the individual
needs of its constituents across Greater Toronto and York Region.
We are grateful to our principal funders: the Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth
Services and the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services, UJA Federation of
Greater Toronto, United Way Toronto and United Way of York Region, and wanted
to share with you what they have to say about the future we are creating together.
O n ta r i o M i n i st ry o f C h i l d r e n a n d Yo u t h S e rv i c e s
“Toronto Region is proud of its continuing partnership with JF&CS in the areas
of children’s mental health, child welfare and violence against women prevention.
Our longstanding positive relationship and mutual respect support the essential
work JF&CS does in the community.” Marilyn Renwick, Regional Director
•
•
•
•
Child Welfare (Children in Care and Protection Services)
Child and Family Intervention (Jerome D. Diamond Adolescent Centre)
Family Support and Special Needs Workers
Family Violence, including Child Witnesses
UJA F e d e rat i o n o f G r e at e r To r o n to
“UJA Federation of Greater Toronto is proud of its vibrant history with Jewish Family
& Child, as a partner and major funder. When JF&CS began 140 years ago, it would
have been impossible to predict the phenomenal growth of Jewish Toronto and York
Region. Nor would anyone have imagined the extent and diverse nature of the programs
and services our community would need. Jewish Family & Child continues to step up
to those evolving needs with innovative and client-centred responses, benefitting
the entire Toronto and York Region Jewish ‘family,’ at all ages and stages of life.”
Ted Sokolsky, President & CEO
• Supplementary Financial Assistance and Rehabilitation Program
(direct assistance to clients, including summer camp subsidies and kosher food for Passover)
• Counselling program for Financial Assistance clients
• Woman Abuse Program
• Social Work Services in the Day Schools
• Prevention Services
• Chaplaincy Services
• Family Resource Centre
• Administration
Jewi sh fami ly & chi ld
U n i t e d Way To r o n to
“United Way Toronto is proud to support Jewish Family & Child as it marks its 140th
year of providing essential services to individuals, families and communities across the
GTA. Through JF&CS’s longstanding commitment to providing excellence in community
service, it continues to improve lives every day and build strong neighbourhoods where
families, youth and newcomers can thrive.” Frances Lankin, President and CEO
U n i t e d Way o f Yo r k R eg i o n
“In a sprawling region of nine unique municipalities, with a slim and stretched social
service network, JF&CS is a strong, critical and steadfast champion – of neighbourhood
services close to home, of immediate and inclusive programming, of collaborations to
address underlying root causes. And in the face of record population growth, increasing
diversity and funding gaps, it is re-assuring to know JF&CS is in York Region, supporting
children and families, every step of the way.” Daniele Zanotti, CEO
U n i t e d Way
•
•
•
•
•
•
Individual, Family and Group Counselling
Woman Abuse/Victims of Violence Program
Family Life Education Program
Direct Service Volunteer Program
Prevention Services
Family Resource Centre
Jewish Family & Child 2007/2008 Financial Report
12 Month Period Ended March 31, 2008
REVENUE:
Ontario Ministries of Children and Youth
Services, Community and Social Services
$8,961,505
UJA Federation of Greater Toronto
3,848,984
United Way
1,912,212
Other Income
1,453,063
Trust and Bequests
914,878
Fees from Clients
213,063
Total Revenue
$17,303,705
EXPENDITURES:
Child Welfare Services
$7,916,061
Counselling, Prevention, Outreach
6,604,912
Financial Assistance to Clients*
2,334,166
J.D. Diamond Adolescent Centre
742,151
Total Expenditures
Surplus (Deficit)
$17,597,290
($293,585)
* I ncludes camp and Passover assistance , and direct administrative costs .
Annua l re p ort 2 0 07 / 2 0 0 8
Etta Ginsberg McEwan
Marvin Givertz
Elaine & Peter Gold
Henry & Marlene Goldbach
Barbara Goldberg
David & Pearl Goldberg
Rose Goldstein
Janis Goodman
Jerry & Marley Greenglass
Ruth Ellen & Sheldon Greenwood
Allan Grossman
Margaret Grunebaum
The Ralph & Roslyn
Halbert Foundation
Joyce Harris
Simon & Zelda Harris
Ann & Edwin Hersch
David Hertzman
Grace Hillman
Hydro One Employees’
& Pensioners’ Charity Trust
Agi & Zev Kaufman
Cecile Kaufman-Stein
Jack Kirk
Patti Kirk
Beatrice Kirshenbaum
Samuel Kolber
Jack Kornblum
Daniel & Myra Krangle
David Lawee
Harold & Florence Lazar
Rolf Lederer
Edward J. Levy
Gary & Karen Levy
Sally Libman
Linitzer Benefit Society
Sidney & Marlene Lipson
Tom Lobel
Bernard Ludwig
Ben & Jill Lustig
O.J. Mandel
Zoe Margolis
Harriet McCabe
Roy Melvin
Martin & Sharyn Middlestadt
Derry Millar
Earl & Eleanor Miller
Eric & Ruth Miller
Paula Mittleman
Eldon Moses
Eleanor Nadler
National Council of Jewish
Women Evening Study Group
Ronald & Marilyn Nefsky
Sylvia Newman
Sheila Newton-Smith
Annette Otis-Frommer
Gerald Prenick
Harry Radomski
Annette Rapoport
Lailla & Abraham Rapoport
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Cecille Ratney
Arthur Reinstein
Paul Henri & Lilli Rips
Avra Rosen
Herb & Riva Rosenfeld
Stanley & Carol Rosenthall
Ian & Pamela Rosmarin
Elie Roth
Marsha Rothstein
Irma Rotstein
Sonia Rowan
Patricia Rubin
Claude & Trudy Sassoon
Beverly Schachter
The Oskar Ascher Schmidt
Charitable Foundation
Ethel Scholl
Harry & Marilyn Seigel
Alan Shanoff
Ralph & Anita Shedletsky
Mark & Robyn Shiner
Robert & Sharon Silberstein
Gail Silverstein
Louis & Pearl Sklar
Sheila Smolkin
Linda Smta
Barry Sniderman
Kimberley Spevack
Sheila Stahl
Karen Steele
Stuart Storm
Bradley Strauss
Robert L. Strom
Howard Tanenbaum
Jerome Teitel
Mark Teplitsky
Sylvia Van Der Hout
Otto Viedlinger
Paula Viner
Robert W. Wald
Mark & Reva Waldman
Aaron & Deena Wapner
William P. & Clarice Warren
Mike & Tamara Weinreich
Leon & Iris Weverman
Karen Willinsky
David Wilson
Paul Wise
Rosalind Witkin
Deborah Wolfe
Esther Wolfson-Klein
Frank & Harriet Wolman
Energy, vision
and leadership
JEWISH
FAMILY
&CHILD
board of directors
President
Talmud teaches that
S. Richard Orzy
EVERY STEP OF THE WAY.
the highest form of
wisdom is kindness
Past President
and our Board of
David Peltz
Annual Report
both, through
Honorary President
and Child Service
their energy, vision
Henry G.
Goodman z’l
of Greater Toronto
Vice Presidents
Jewish Family &
Brian Blumenthal
Child supports the
Sharon Shore
healthy development
Nancy Stitt
of individuals,
Judy Winberg
children, families,
Directors exemplify
and leadership in
furthering the impact
of Jewish Family &
Child throughout
Greater Toronto
and York Region.
We are proud to
introduce them to
Treasurer
you and we extend
Daniel Weisz
our most sincere
appreciation for
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