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C A L E N D A R
–
A N N U A L
R E P O R T
IT DOES A WORLD OF GOOD.
Together, we can move a mountain. Together, we can rewrite the future.
At the end of the day we’ll look back and say,
“This is how we transformed the Jewish community–
what we were able to accomplish for the Jewish people.”
– BARRY SHRAGE , President, Combined Jewish Philanthropies
Support the CJP 2007 Annual Campaign.
Be part of the global Jewish community dedicated to
protecting, enhancing and celebrating Jewish life.
Reach out to people in need.
Find strength in our tradition of compassion, learning and justice.
Connect to one another and build community.
Invest in our future.
You can help.
How To Give
Send your check
by mail to:
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126 High Street
Boston, MA 02110
Call:
617-457-8552
Donate online at:
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IT DOES A WORLD OF GOOD.
Thank you
for your support.
Where Your Money Goes
Who You Help
A gift to CJP changes lives. Thanks to you, CJP is allocating $27,510,159 million for 2006-07. This amount includes support
from the CJP 2006 Annual Campaign, with grants from the CJP Endowment, designated gifts and the United Way.
More than 200 agencies, schools and
synagogues in Greater Boston, Israel
and around the world, including:
Helping Jews in
Israel and around
the world
$7,604,528
Caring for people
in need in
Greater Boston
$6,841,195
Pursuing
social justice
$1,833,194
Enriching
Jewish life
and culture
$3,546,505
Bureau of Jewish Education
Hebrew College
Hillel Council of New England
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Boston
Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston
Jewish Community Relations Council
Jewish Family & Children’s Service
Jewish Family Service of Metrowest
Jewish Vocational Service
Synagogue Council of Massachusetts
DAY SCHOOLS
Strengthening
Jewish
education
$7,684,737
Our Five Funding Priorities
1
LOCAL AGENCIES AND ORGANIZATIONS
CARING FOR PEOPLE IN NEED
IN GREATER BOSTON
• Critical social service support for people in
need, including families in crisis, isolated elders,
new Americans, individuals with disabilities,
and the unemployed and underemployed
2
HELPING JEWS IN ISRAEL AND AROUND
THE WORLD
• Global rescue and resettlement efforts for
Jewish families and communities at risk
• Ongoing support and partnership with Haifa in
Israel and Dnepropetrovsk in Ukraine
3
PURSUING SOCIAL JUSTICE
• Advocacy, organizing and volunteering initiatives
to help vulnerable populations, including new
immigrants, seniors and people with disabilities
• Ongoing partnerships with agencies to break
down social, economic, religious and ethnic barriers
4
5
STRENGTHENING JEWISH EDUCATION
• Jewish learning opportunities for children,
adults and families, including nursery and
synagogue-based schools, day schools, camping
experiences and innovative adult learning
programs
ENRICHING JEWISH LIFE AND CULTURE
• Offering multiple gateways into the Jewish
community and creating opportunities for
involvement across all interests, stages of life
and beliefs
Bais Yaakov of Boston High School for Girls
Chabad Day School
Gann Academy – The New Jewish High
School of Greater Boston
JCDS, Boston’s Jewish Community Day School
Maimonides School
MetroWest Jewish Day School
New England Hebrew Academy
Shaloh House
Solomon Schechter Day School of
Greater Boston
South Area Solomon Schechter Day School
Striar Hebrew Academy of Sharon
The Rabbi and Rebbitzen Shloma Margolis
Mesivta High School of Greater Boston
The Rashi School
Torah Academy
OVERSEAS AGENCIES AND PARTNERSHIPS
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)
Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI)
The Boston-Haifa Connection
The Dnepropetrovsk Kehillah Project
For a more complete listing of our recipients,
see the allocations section at the back of the
calendar or visit www.cjp.org/aboutcjp.
PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL
INSPIRING TEENS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Newton teens Elias and Leah help repair an elementary school in the Honduras village of Julio
Cesar Pinto. TELEM, the new community service initiative of the Jewish Community Relations
Council (JCRC), brings together hundreds of area teens for social justice work inspired by Jewish
learning. Here at home, the teens help children at risk, the elderly and people with
disabilities. JCRC is an agency of CJP.
September 2006 5766-5767 hra, - kukt
S U N DAY
M O N DAY
T U E S DAY
W E D N E S DAY
T H U R S DAY
F R I DAY
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10 Elul
11 Elul
Labor Day
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25 Elul
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8 Elul
7:02
S AT U R DAY
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15 Elul
9 16 Elul
22 Elul
16 23 Elul
6:50
6:37
22 29 Elul
6:25
Ki Tavo
Nitzavim/Vayelekh
Selichot
23 1 Tishri
Fall Begins
Rosh Hashanah
Erev Rosh
Hashanah
24 2 Tishri
25
Rosh Hashanah
3 Tishri
Fast of Gedaliah
26 4 Tishri
27
5 Tishri
AUGUST 2006
28
6 Tishri
9 Elul
Ki Tetze
29 7 Tishri
6:13
30 8 Tishri
Ha’azinu
Shabbat Shuvah
OCTOBER 2006
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PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL
HELPING ETHIOPIANS INTEGRATE INTO ISRAELI SOCIETY
Ethiopian children learn the Hebrew alphabet in their kindergarten class, one of many Shiluvim
programs designed to integrate fully thousands of Haifa’s Ethiopian immigrants into Israeli society.
A partnership between the Jewish Community Relations Council and CJP’s Boston-Haifa
Connection, the new program is already providing parenting assistance, youth programs,
vocational training and health care access to hundreds of families.
October 2006 5767 iuaj - hra,
S U N DAY
M O N DAY
1 9 Tishri
2
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9
Kol Nidre
16 Tishri
Sukkot
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23 Tishri
Simchat Torah
22 30 Tishri
23
29 7 Heshvan
30
Rosh Chodesh
10 Tishri
Yizkor
Yom Kippur
17 Tishri
Columbus Day
Sukkot
24 Tishri
1 Heshvan
Rosh Chodesh
8 Heshvan
T U E S DAY
3 11 Tishri
10
18 Tishri
Sukkot
W E D N E S DAY
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12 Tishri
T H U R S DAY
5 13 Tishri
11 19 Tishri
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26
4 Heshvan
Sukkot
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25 Tishri
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2 Heshvan
25
3 Heshvan
31
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SEPTEMBER 2006
20 Tishri
Sukkot
F R I DAY
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13
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27
S AT U R DAY
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14 Tishri
Erev Sukkot
6:01
21 Tishri
Hoshanah Rabbah
5:49
28 Tishri
5:38
5 Heshvan
5:27
15 Tishri
Sukkot
14
22 Tishri
Yizkor
Shemini Atzeret
21 29 Tishri
Bereshit
28
6 Heshvan
Noach
NOVEMBER 2006
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PHOTOGRAPH BY MARC J. BLOOSTEIN
EDUCATING THE NEXT GENERATION
Joshi from Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Boston, Leah and Sivan from Maimonides School,
and Daria from Cohen Hillel Academy examine evidence from a mock crime scene as part of CSI Comes
to Boston. The Jewish Day School Advocacy Forum (DAF), now part of CJP’s initiative for day school
excellence, invited 200 students from Massachusetts and Rhode Island to MIT to use their
math and science skills to “solve the crime.”
November 2006 5767 ukxf - iuaj
S U N DAY
5
M O N DAY
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14 Heshvan
15 Heshvan
12 21 Heshvan
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19 28 Heshvan
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29 Heshvan
26 5 Kislev
27
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22 Heshvan
Veterans Day
(observed)
T U E S DAY
7
16 Heshvan
Election Day
W E D N E S DAY
T H U R S DAY
1 10 Heshvan
2 11 Heshvan
8 17 Heshvan
9 18 Heshvan
14 23 Heshvan
15
21 30 Heshvan
22 1 Kislev
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30
Rosh Chodesh
7 Kislev
24 Heshvan
Rosh Chodesh
8 Kislev
OCTOBER 2006
16
25 Heshvan
2 Kislev
Thanksgiving Day
F R I DAY
3
S AT U R DAY
4
12 Heshvan
4:18
10 19 Heshvan
4:10
13 Heshvan
Lekh Lekha
11 20 Heshvan
Vayera
Heshvan
17 26
4:03
Heshvan
18 27
Chayyei Sarah
24 3 Kislev
25 4 Kislev
3:58
Toldot
9 Kislev
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PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF SYNAGOGUE COUNCIL OF MASSACHUSETTS
VOLUNTEERING IN THE COMMUNITY
Members of Temples Isaiah and Shir Tikvah prepare a traditional dinner for Lexington seniors and
families as part of Project Ezra. Through this Synagogue Council of Massachusetts program, hundreds
of Jews volunteer on Christmas Day in shelters, soup kitchens, hospitals and nursing homes, so staff
can spend the holiday with family and friends. Synagogue Council is an agency of CJP.
December 2006 5767 ,cy-ukxf
S U N DAY
M O N DAY
T U E S DAY
W E D N E S DAY
T H U R S DAY
F R I DAY
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10 19 Kislev
11
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17 26 Kislev
18
24 3 Tevet
25
12 Kislev
Chanukah
31
27 Kislev
Chanukah
4 Tevet
Christmas
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14 Kislev
6 15 Kislev
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15
12 21 Kislev
13
19 28 Kislev
20 29 Kislev
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27
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Chanukah
22 Kislev
Chanukah
6 Tevet
30 Kislev
Rosh Chodesh
Chanukah
7 Tevet
10 Kislev
3:55
17 Kislev
3:54
24 Kislev
First Candle
3:54
S AT U R DAY
2
11 Kislev
Vayetze
9 18 Kislev
Vayishlach
16 25 Kislev
Chanukah
Vayeshev
22 1 Tevet
23 2 Tevet
29 8 Tevet
30 9 Tevet
Rosh Chodesh
Chanukah
3:57
4:01
Chanukah
Miketz
Vayiggash
10 Tevet
Fast of Tevet
NOVEMBER 2006
JANUARY 2007
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PHOTOGRAPH BY MEG BIRNBAUM
CULTIVATING YOUNG JEWISH FAMILIES
Newton mom Julie Chivo gets help from her 3-year-old son Daniel in setting the table for Shabbat.
Thanks to her Ikkarim class – an innovative CJP and Hebrew College adult learning program
for parents of young children – Julie is integrating her Jewish learning into the rhythms of her family’s life.
January 2007 5767 yca - ,cy
S U N DAY
M O N DAY
T U E S DAY
Tevet
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New Year’s Day
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17 Tevet
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21 2 Shevat
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3 Shevat
28 9 Shevat
29
10 Shevat
7
18 Tevet
25 Tevet
Martin Luther
King Jr.’s Birthday
W E D N E S DAY
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20 Tevet
11 21 Tevet
12 22 Tevet
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23 4 Shevat
24
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25
6 Shevat
30
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12 Shevat
15 Tevet
4:08
4:15
29 Tevet
4:23
26 7 Shevat
4:32
6 16 Tevet
Veyechi
23 Tevet
Shemot
Va’era
Rosh Chodesh
27 8 Shevat
Bo
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PHOTOGRAPH BY STAN MAKAGON
HELPING CREATE NEW FAMILIES
“When we were married, our dream was to have a family with multiple children,” says Joanna
Gale, enjoying herself with her family at an Adoption Resources reunion. “Now, our dream has come
true.” Joanna and her husband Jim are among the thousands of area residents who have become
parents, thanks to this Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JF&CS) licensed adoption
agency. JF&CS is an agency of CJP.
February 2007 5767 rst - yca
S U N DAY
4
M O N DAY
5
17 Shevat
11 23 Shevat
12
24 Shevat
18 30 Shevat
19
25 7 Adar
26
16 Shevat
Rosh Chodesh
1 Adar
Rosh Chodesh
President’s Day
8 Adar
T U E S DAY
W E D N E S DAY
T H U R S DAY
F R I DAY
1 13 Shevat
2
7 19 Shevat
8
20 Shevat
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13
25 Shevat
14 26 Shevat
15
27 Shevat
20
2 Adar
21 3 Adar
22
4 Adar
27
9 Adar
28
14 Shevat
4:41
21 Shevat
4:50
S AT U R DAY
3
15 Shevat
Tu B’Shevat
Beshallach
Shabbat Shirah
10 22 Shevat
Yitro
16 28 Shevat
17 29 Shevat
23 5 Adar
24 6 Adar
4:59
5:08
Mishpatim
Shabbat Shekalim
Terumah
10 Adar
JANUARY 2007
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PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF THE CJP YOUNG LEADERSHIP DIVISION
RUNNING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Neal Sonnenberg and Darren Braham show team spirit before competing in the Boston Marathon.
The runners were part of Team CJP, a group of 10 Young Leadership Division (YLD) members
who trained for four months and raised more than $37,000 for CJP. YLD engages young adults in
community service and in educational, fundraising and leadership development activities and
links them to resources and events across Jewish Boston.
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S U N DAY
M O N DAY
T U E S DAY
W E D N E S DAY
T H U R S DAY
1 11 Adar
2
7 17 Adar
8
18 Adar
9
14 24 Adar
15
25 Adar
Fast of Esther
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5
14 Adar
Purim
15 Adar
Shushan Purim
6
16 Adar
23 Adar
F R I DAY
12 Adar
5:17
S AT U R DAY
3
13 Adar
Tetzaveh
Shabbat Zachor
19 Adar
10 20 Adar
16 26 Adar
17 27 Adar
5:25
Ki Tissa
Shabbat Parah
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First Day of Spring
Rosh Chodesh
8 Nisan
FEBRUARY 2007
10 Nisan
6:33
6:41
6:49
Vayakhel/Pekudei
Shabbat Hachodesh
Vayikra
12 Nisan
Tzav
Shabbat Hagadol
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PHOTOGRAPH BY ALLAN DINES
BUILDING INTERFAITH RELATIONS
Janet Penn, who directs Interfaith Action of Sharon, explains the symbolism of the seder plate to
Aisha Zaidi and her daughter Aleena at the multicultural South Area Women’s Seder. Penn and the
Zaidis were among the hundreds of women who celebrated Passover at the Striar Jewish Community
Center in Stoughton. The Striar JCC, part of the JCCs of Greater Boston, is an agency of CJP.
April 2007 5767 rhht - ixhb
S U N DAY
M O N DAY
1 13 Nisan
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Passover
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27 Nisan
Yom Hashoah
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Yom Hazikaron
14 Nisan
First Seder
21 Nisan
Passover
28 Nisan
Patriots’ Day
Observed
5 Iyar
Yom Ha’atzmaut
T U E S DAY
Nisan
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Passover
10
W E D N E S DAY
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16 Nisan
Passover
T H U R S DAY
5 17 Nisan
Passover
F R I DAY
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18 Nisan
Passover
6:57
S AT U R DAY
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19 Nisan
Passover
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12 24 Nisan
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14 26 Nisan
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22 Nisan
Yizkor
Passover
30 Nisan
Rosh Chodesh
7 Iyar
Rosh Chodesh
8 Iyar
7:05
7:13
7:20
Shemini
Tazria/Metzora
Acharei
Mot/Kedoshim
12 Iyar
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FOSTERING A LOVE OF JUDAISM
Nine-year-old twins Sabrina and Abigail proudly display the paper flowers they made to celebrate
the holiday of Shavuot. The girls attend the Russian Jewish Community School, which introduces
youngsters from Russian-speaking families to Jewish life, tradition and culture. More than 45 children
aged 3-11 attend the program, made possible by a grant from CJP.
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S U N DAY
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M O N DAY
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19 Iyar
13 25 Iyar
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20 3 Sivan
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4 Sivan
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18 Iyar
Lag B’Omer
Mother’s Day
11 Sivan
Memorial Day
T U E S DAY
W E D N E S DAY
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12 Sivan
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F R I DAY
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16 Iyar
7:28
S AT U R DAY
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Emor
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11 23 Iyar
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19 2 Sivan
23 6 Sivan
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26 9 Sivan
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5 Sivan
Erev Shavuot
T H U R S DAY
Shavuot
13 Sivan
APRIL 2007
29 Iyar
7:36
Rosh Chodesh
7:43
7 Sivan
Yizkor
Shavuot
7:50
Behar/Bechukkotai
Bamidbar
Naso
14 Sivan
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CELEBRATING ISRAEL
Sisters Mia and Toni pose for the camera with their friend Ella (center) at CJP’s “Talk, Walk
and Rock for Israel.” The girls were among the thousands of people from across Jewish Boston
who showed their support for the Jewish state. The celebration featured an inspiring rally,
a community walk and an exciting line-up of music, dance and food. More than 75
organizations, agencies, synagogues and schools participated.
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S U N DAY
M O N DAY
T U E S DAY
W E D N E S DAY
T H U R S DAY
F R I DAY
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3
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10 24 Sivan
11
25 Sivan
12 26 Sivan
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17 1 Tammuz
18
2 Tammuz
19 3 Tammuz
20 4 Tammuz
21
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25
9 Tammuz
26 10 Tammuz
27 11 Tammuz
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17 Sivan
Father’s Day
Rosh Chodesh
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19 Sivan
6 20 Sivan
27 Sivan
MAY 2007
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14
21 Sivan
28 Sivan
Flag Day
5 Tammuz
Summer Begins
12 Tammuz
8
15
15 Sivan
7:56
S AT U R DAY
2
16 Sivan
Beha’alotekha
22 Sivan
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29 Sivan
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Rosh Chodesh
Korach
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EXPANDING COMMUNITY IN METROWEST
Jen Harter and Kathy Anbinder prepare kosher Latin American cuisine with chef Lori Leinbach
during a Cooking Enthusiast class at Temple Beth Sholom in Framingham. The program was made
possible by a grant from the Metrowest Jewish Community Fund. Created by CJP and administered
by Jewish Family Service of Metrowest, the fund supports grassroots cultural and
educational initiatives to promote Jewish engagement.
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Independence Day
T H U R S DAY
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F R I DAY
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Devarim
Shabbat Chazon
Va’etchannan
Shabbat Nachamu
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NURTURING INTERGENERATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
Four-year-old Naomi admires her potted petunia, a gift from the residents of Chetwynde Health and
Rehabilitation Center, while resident Laura looks on. Sixteen children from the Transition to Kindergarten
class at Temple Shalom Nursery School in West Newton participated in this new intergenerational
partnership. The groups spent the year getting to know each other and celebrating the
Jewish holidays with the help of the Jewish Community Volunteer Program of CJP.
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WELCOMING THE GAY COMMUNITY
Shulamit Izen, right, and Ariel Wortzman share stories at a Boston Jewish Film Festival screening of
Hineini: Coming Out in a Jewish High School. Last year, Keshet (Hebrew for “rainbow”) produced the
documentary about Shulamit’s efforts to establish a gay-straight alliance at Gann Academy.
The movie now appears in Jewish film festivals across America. CJP supports Keshet, which
works for the full inclusion of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Jews in Jewish life.
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HOLIDAY
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2008-09 5769
2009-10 5770
2010-2011 5771
2011-2012 5772
ROSH HASHANAH, 1ST DAY
THURSDAY, 9/13
TUESDAY, 9/30
SATURDAY, 9/19
THURSDAY, 9/9
THURSDAY, 9/29
ROSH HASHANAH, 2ND DAY
FRIDAY, 9/14
WEDNESDAY, 10/1
SUNDAY, 9/20
FRIDAY, 9/10
FRIDAY, 9/30
FAST OF GEDALIAH
SUNDAY, 9/16
THURSDAY, 10/2
MONDAY, 9/21
SUNDAY, 9/12
SUNDAY, 10/3
YOM KIPPUR
SATURDAY, 9/22
THURSDAY, 10/9
MONDAY, 9/28
SATURDAY, 9/18
SATURDAY, 10/8
SUKKOT, 1ST DAY
THURSDAY, 9/27
TUESDAY, 10/14
SATURDAY, 10/3
THURSDAY, 9/23
THURSDAY, 10/13
SUKKOT, 2ND DAY
FRIDAY, 9/28
WEDNESDAY, 10/15
SUNDAY, 10/4
FRIDAY, 9/24
FRIDAY, 10/14
HOSHANAH RABBAH
WEDNESDAY, 10/3
MONDAY, 10/20
FRIDAY, 10/9
WEDNESDAY, 9/29
WEDNESDAY, 10/19
SHEMINI ATZERET
THURSDAY, 10/4
TUESDAY, 10/21
SATURDAY, 10/10
THURSDAY, 9/30
THURSDAY, 10/20
SIMCHAT TORAH
FRIDAY, 10/5
WEDNESDAY, 10/22
SUNDAY, 10/11
FRIDAY, 10/1
FRIDAY, 10/21
CHANUKAH, 1ST DAY
WEDNESDAY, 12/5
SUNDAY, 12/22
SATURDAY, 12/12
THURSDAY, 12/2
WEDNESDAY, 12/21
FAST OF TEVET
WEDNESDAY, 12/19
TUESDAY, 1/16
SUNDAY, 12/27
FRIDAY, 12/17
THURSDAY, 1/5
TU B’SHEVAT
TUESDAY, 1/22
MONDAY, 2/9
SATURDAY, 1/30
THURSDAY, 1/20
WEDNESDAY, 2/8
FAST OF ESTHER
THURSDAY, 3/20
MONDAY, 3/9
THURSDAY, 2/25
THURSDAY, 3/17
WEDNESDAY, 3/7
PURIM
FRIDAY, 3/21
TUESDAY, 3/10
SUNDAY, 2/28
SUNDAY, 3/20
THURSDAY, 3/8
PASSOVER, 1ST DAY
SUNDAY, 4/20
THURSDAY, 4/9
TUESDAY, 3/30
TUESDAY, 4/19
SATURDAY, 4/7
PASSOVER, 2ND DAY
MONDAY, 4/21
FRIDAY, 4/10
WEDNESDAY, 3/31
WEDNESDAY, 4/20
SUNDAY, 4/8
PASSOVER, 7TH DAY
SATURDAY, 4/26
WEDNESDAY, 4/15
MONDAY, 4/5
MONDAY, 4/25
FRIDAY, 4/13
PASSOVER 8TH DAY
SUNDAY, 4/27
THURSDAY, 4/16
TUESDAY, 4/6
TUESDAY, 4/26
SATURDAY, 4/14
YOM HASHOAH
THURSDAY, 5/1
TUESDAY, 4/21
MONDAY, 4/12
MONDAY, 5/2
THURSDAY, 4/19
YOM HAZIKARON
WEDNESDAY, 5/7
TUESDAY, 4/28
MONDAY, 4/19
MONDAY, 5/9
WEDNESDAY, 4/25
YOM HA’ATZMAUT
THURSDAY, 5/8
WEDNESDAY, 4/29
TUESDAY, 4/20
TUESDAY, 5/10
THURSDAY, 4/26
LAG B’OMER
FRIDAY, 5/23
TUESDAY, 5/12
SUNDAY, 5/2
SUNDAY, 5/22
THURSDAY, 5/10
YOM YERUSHALAYIM
MONDAY, 6/2
FRIDAY, 5/22
WEDNESDAY, 5/12
WEDNESDAY, 6/1
SUNDAY, 5/20
SHAVUOT, 1ST DAY
MONDAY, 6/9
FRIDAY, 5/29
WEDNESDAY, 5/19
WEDNESDAY, 6/8
SUNDAY, 5/27
SHAVUOT, 2ND DAY
TUESDAY, 6/10
SATURDAY, 5/30
THURSDAY, 5/20
THURSDAY, 6/9
MONDAY, 5/28
FAST OF TAMMUZ
SUNDAY, 7/20
THURSDAY, 7/9
TUESDAY, 6/29
TUESDAY, 7/19
SUNDAY, 7/8
TISHAH B’AV
SUNDAY, 8/10
THURSDAY, 7/31
TUESDAY, 7/20
TUESDAY, 8/9
SUNDAY, 7/29
2 O O 6 - 2 O O 7
S U M M A R Y
O F
A N N U A L
IT DOES A WORLD OF GOOD.
A L L O C A T I O N S
SUMMARY OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FY 06/07 RESOURCE ALLOCATION*
BALANCE SHEET**
Values at
6/30/05
Values at
6/30/04
ASSETS
Cash and short-term investments
6,028,000
Pledges receivable, net
28,539,000
Notes, loans and miscellaneous receivables, net 2,889,000
Advances and prepaid expenses
733,000
Investments
367,653,000
Real estate and related property assets
22,298,000
Bond issuance costs
291,000
Other assets
289,000
TOTAL ASSETS
$428,720,000
6,305,000
27,686,000
3,115,000
512,000
313,328,000
21,806,000
311,000
357,000
$373,420,000
LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
Accounts payable and accrued expenses
Allocations payable
Replacement benefit plan liability
Obligations for funds managed for others
Long-term debt
TOTAL LIABILITIES
Unrestricted net assets
Temporarily restricted net assets
Permanently restricted net assets
TOTAL NET ASSETS
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
6,752,000
26,598,000
1,286,000
86,422,000
15,027,000
$136,085,000
60,070,000
206,525,000
26,040,000
292,635,000
$428,720,000
6,414,000
24,066,000
0
81,470,000
15,621,000
$127,571,000
56,928,000
164,445,000
24,476,000
245,849,000
$373,420,000
Year ended
6/30/05
Year ended
6/30/04
SUPPORT AND REVENUE
Donor support
Other revenue
TOTAL SUPPORT AND REVENUE
88,609,000
26,103,000
$114,712,000
63,157,000
32,769,000
$95,926,000
EXPENDITURES
Program allocations and distributions
Management and general
Fundraising
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
Change in net assets
NET ASSETS AT BEGINNING OF YEAR
NET ASSETS AT END OF YEAR
59,646,000
3,071,000
5,209,000
$67,926,000
46,786,000
245,849,000
$292,635,000
57,789,000
2,953,000
5,584,000
$66,326,000
29,600,000
216,249,000
$245,849,000
ALLOCABLE AND DONOR-DESIGNATED INCOME
Annual Campaign - unrestricted
26,514,159
Annual Campaign - designated for Committee allocations
3,325,000
Annual Campaign - directly designated giving
4,602,000
TOTAL ESTIMATED ANNUAL CAMPAIGN
34,441,159
TOTAL ALLOCABLE ENDOWMENT RESOURCES
4,357,000
Estimated allocation from United Way
954,000
Interest income from Operating Cash and Israel Bonds
250,000
Transfer between years (designated allocable resources)
177,000
Total other resources
1,381,000
Gross Income
40,179,159
Provision for uncollectible pledges
(1,378,000)
TOTAL NET ALLOCABLE AND DONOR-DESIGNATED INCOME $38,801,159
ALLOCATION AND OTHER EXPENDITURES
Total allocations through committees
Directly designated annual campaign allocations
Miscellaneous directly designated gifts
GRAND TOTAL ALLOCATIONS
Other Expenditures
CJP operating expenses
United Jewish Communities (UJC) dues
Community Missions
Special Community Programs
CJP Property Operations
Supplemental Retirement Funding
Capital Reserve Funding
Debt Service
TOTAL OTHER EXPENDITURES
TOTAL ALLOCATIONS AND OTHER EXPENDITURES
Surplus (deficit)
Grant from Stabilization Fund
Net surplus (deficit)
* As approved by CJP Board of Directors on 6/8/06
22,908,193
3,251,827
1,350,139
27,510,159
8,738,000
1,268,000
50,000
115,000
100,000
60,000
300,000
660,000
11,291,000
$38,801,159
0
0
0
STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES
**Summary of audited/financial statements as of 6/30/05
SUMMARY OF ENDOWMENT
Gifts and Grants
Fiscal Year 2005
Totals
GIFTS TO ENDOWMENT
Outright gifts
886,781
Bequests
1,511,142
Irrevocable deferred gifts
Gifts to Donor Advised Funds
400,518
48,964,329
Gifts to Supporting Foundations
736,997
TOTAL GIFTS TO ENDOWMENT
$52,499,767
ENDOWMENT GRANTS FOR COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
CJP ENDOWMENT AND OTHER FUNDS
• As of March 31, 2006, CJP’s permanent
endowment totaled $101 million.
• The CJP permanent endowment provides
consistent annual support to more than 60
organizations and programs. These grants,
which during allocation year 2005-2006 were
in excess of $3.9 million, provided funding for
services to the elderly, Jewish education,
camping and educational scholarships for
children in need, services for individuals with
chronic mental illness, resettlement of
Russian Jews, and many other worthy causes.
FROM PERMANENT ENDOWMENT
Grants from Unrestricted Endowment
1,988,954
Grants from Restricted Endowment
1,618,286
Grants from Supporting Foundations
1,202,373
TOTAL GRANTS FROM PERMANENT ENDOWMENT
$4,809,612
FROM DONOR ADVISED FUNDS (DAF)
DAF Grants to CJP & constituent agencies
DAF Grants to other Jewish organizations
DAF Grants to non-Jewish organizations
TOTAL GRANTS FROM DONOR ADVISED FUNDS
TOTAL ENDOWMENT GRANTS FOR
COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
4,006,537
4,685,366
11,724,117
20,416,020
$25,225,633
• The CJP Donor Advised Fund program (DAF)
continues to expand, with assets in excess of
$190 million as of March 31, 2006.
• The CJP DAF program continues to provide
major support to the non-profit community
both locally and nationally. During FY2005,
the DAF program issued grants in excess of
$20 million in support of more than 1,500
organizations and programs to support both
Jewish and non-sectarian causes.
• The Jewish Community Endowment Pool,
LLP (JCEP) has been well received by the
community. As of March 31, 2006, JCEP
includes 30 partners with assets, totaling
$91 million.
2006-2007 SUMMARY OF ANNUAL ALLOCATIONS
Our reporting includes both committeedetermined allocations and designated giving
and is organized by our five funding priorities.
• Caring for people in need in Greater Boston
• Helping Jews in Israel and around the world
• Pursuing social justice
• Strengthening Jewish education
• Enriching Jewish life and culture
CARING FOR PEOPLE IN NEED
IN GREATER BOSTON
Bet Tzedek
5,000
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
25,000
Community Health Access Project
5,000
Family Table
12,000
Hebrew Free Burial
4,500
JCC Without Walls - Brookline Brighton
9,000
JCC Preschool/Acton
25,000
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Boston 405,300
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Boston(d) 20,500
Jewish Chaplaincy Council
90,000
Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston(1) 909,700
Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston(d) 90,500
Jewish Family & Children’s Service
1,486,200
Jewish Family & Children’s Service(d)
301,750
Jewish Family Service of Metrowest
169,900
Jewish Family Service of Metrowest(d)
48,000
Jewish Recovery Network
3,000
Jewish Vocational Aid Society
2,000
Jewish Vocational Service
605,300
Jewish Vocational Service(d)
119,000
Kol Isha: Jewish Domestic Violence Program
25,000
Russian Community Services
310,800
Scholarship Committee
35,000
Yal-Day-New Day Care Center
13,900
Services to the Elderly
CJP SeniorDirect
CJP SeniorDirect(d)
Hebrew SeniorLife(d)
JCC lunch program
JCHE CareConnections Program
JCHE Support Services
Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly(d)
JCRC Advocacy/Project Kavod
JCRC/HeartAction/SPARK
JCVP Volunteer Recruitment
JF&CS Care Management Program
JF&CS Jewish Healing Connections
JFS/MW Care Management Program
Subtotal Services to the Elderly
Services to Individuals with Disabilities
CHAI Works!
Chaverim Chaim (Jewish Life Program)
CJP Disabilities Housing Initiative(2)
CJP Disabilities Trust
JBBBS Friend 2 Friend
JCC Special Needs Program
JCRC Advocacy
JF&CS Chaverim Shel Shalom
JF&CS Disabilities Resource Network
JVS Connections
JVS Vocational Program
Refuah
Yesodot
Yom Sport
Special Education Programs
BJE Consultation and Administration
BJE Grants to Schools and Centers and
Professional Development
Etgar L’Noar
Etgar L’Noar(d)
Lexington B’Yachad Program
Newton Area Special Needs Program
Day School Special Education Initiative
170,000
40,000
37,000
6,625
14,000
53,375
13,500
32,000
10,000
27,250
62,000
11,000
30,000
506,750
15,000
35,000
250,000
15,000
25,000
56,500
7,500
15,000
60,000
60,000
15,000
5,000
40,000
4,000
115,000
129,000
30,000
5,000
16,800
8,000
15,000
Programs for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Interpreters for the Deaf
3,000
Jewish Mass. Signers/JCCGB
3,000
Jewish Signing Families of Mass./JFS/MW
5,000
Temple Beth David of the South Shore
Canton Program for the Deaf
2,500
Subtotal Services to Individuals with Disabilities 935,300
Simmons/Brandeis Collaborative(d)
194,573
Social Service Special Grants
JF&CS Center for Family Assistance
50,000
JFS/MW Families in Need
10,000
JVS Career Counseling, Networking and Training 40,000
Unspecified Designated Gifts(d)
383,272
TOTAL CARING
6,841,195
HELPING JEWS IN ISRAEL
AND AROUND THE WORLD
American-Israeli Plastic Surgery Fellowship(d)
5,000
American Society for Technion(d)
5,000
Argentina Jewish Education
75,000
Argentinian Jewish Relief Campaign(d)
33,500
Boston-Haifa Connection
Boston-Haifa Grants and Exchanges(3)
1,245,000
Alliance High School/Prozdor of Hebrew College
Alma College
Ben Gurion Elementary School/
Congregation Shaarei Shalom
Bet Rutenberg Institute of Haifa
Big Brother Big Sister League of Haifa
Bilu Multi-Service Center
Bosmat High School/Russian Student Group at
Brookline High School
Children at Risk Association in Hadar
Chugim High School/Congregation Beth El, Sudbury
Council for Volunteer Organizations
Early Childhood Educators BJE/Haifa Municipality Education Department
Girls for Success Project of Haifa Welfare Services
Department
Hadar Community Center
Haifa International Film Festival
Haifa Shelter for Battered Women
ANNUAL ALLOCATIONS continued
Haifa Tennis Center Arab/Jewish Youth Tennis Program
Haifa Women’s Crisis Shelter
Hamidrasha at Oranim College
Havayah
Herzl Elementary School/Temple Sinai of Sharon
Hillel Haifa
Ironi Alef
Ironi Gimel High School/
South Area Solomon Schechter Day School
Ironi Hey High School/Gann Academy
Israel National Museum of Science in Haifa
Israel Scouts Haifa
Kiryat Yam (for Parents and Children Together
Project [PACT] of JDC)
Kishon Elementary School/Temple Tifereth Israel
Leo Baeck Education Center/Rashi School
MATI - Haifa, Small Business Development Center
Mercaz Gil in Hadar
Moriah Synagogue
Neve David Community Center
Neve Yosef Community Center
Noar Oved Youth Movement
Ofer School for Autistic Children/Yesodot
Ohel Avraham/Temple Shir Tikva, Winchester
Or Hadash Center for Progressive Judaism
Otzma
Project Oren at Oranim College
Ramot Elementary School/Temple Israel, Boston
Reali School/Solomon Schechter of Greater Boston
Shatil - Community Empowerment Project
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Center for Pre-University Education
Teens for Tzedek
Tzernechovski Elementary School/Rashi
University of Haifa’s Jewish Educational Center
University of Haifa's Student Union and Dean of
Students Office - Open Apartments Project
Yedid - Courts Assistance
Boston-Haifa: Shiluvim
740,000
Boston-Haifa Connection(d)
95,868
Boston-Haifa Connection Administration
265,000
Subtotal Boston-Haifa Connection
2,345,868
Dnepropetrovsk (via JCRC)
431,000
Friends of the Israel Defense Forces(d)
18,000
Friends of Yemin Orde(d)
10,000
Hadassah(d)
6,000
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society(d)
2,500
Isracorps Training for Shnat Sherut(d)
20,900
JCRC Israel Action Center
150,000
JCRC Israel Advocacy & Programs(1)
466,350
Joint Distribution Committee Direct Grant
1,957,000
Joint Distribution Committee(d)
386,300
Neve Yosef Women Embroidery Program(d)
6,250
New Israel Fund Shatil(d)
25,000
North American Conference on Ethiopian Jewry
80,000
North American Conference on Ethiopian Jewry(d)
50,000
UJC for Program Allocations, exclusive of
Partnership 2000
1,334,000
Unspecified Designated Gifts(d)
196,860
TOTAL ISRAEL AND OVERSEAS
7,604,528
PURSUING SOCIAL JUSTICE
American Jewish World Service
3,000
Inner-city Initiatives
JVS Microenterprise
116,500
JCRC Literacy and Partnerships
100,500
JF&CS Parenting Programs
83,000
Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action (JALSA) 5,000
Jewish Community Relations Council(1)
479,850
Jewish Community Relations Council(d)
929,333
Jewish Community Volunteer Program
55,700
Jewish Community Volunteer Program(d)
2,000
Jewish Organizing Initiative
5,000
Jewish Organizing Initiative(d)
25,000
Mazon: A Jewish Response to Hunger
3,500
Unspecified Designated Gifts(d)
24,811
TOTAL SOCIAL JUSTICE
1,833,194
STRENGTHENING JEWISH EDUCATION
Day Schools:
Bais Yaakov of Boston High School for Girls
25,290
Chabad Day School of Sharon
28,950
Coordinated Day School Transportation Program 24,100
Gann Academy
183,352
Gann Academy(d)
25,000
JCDS, Boston's Jewish Community Day School 79,466
Jewish Day School Advocacy Forum
75,000
Jewish Day School Advocacy Forum(d)
10,000
Maimonides School
329,986
Maimonides School(d)
5,000
MetroWest Jewish Day School
19,048
MetroWest Jewish Day School(d)
260,000
New England Hebrew Academy
33,440
The Rashi School
141,598
The Rashi School(d)
47,200
The Rabbi and Rebbetzin Shloma Margolis Mesivta
High School of Greater Boston
21,496
Shaloh House Jewish Day School
23,479
Shaloh House Jewish Day School(d)
66,600
Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Boston 246,964
Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Boston(d) 7,500
South Area Solomon Schechter Day School
116,366
Striar Hebrew Academy of Sharon
49,696
Torah Academy - Yeshivas Limudei Torah
89,576
Torah Academy - Yeshivas Limudei Torah(d)
25,000
Subtotal Day Schools
1,934,107
Commission on Jewish Continuity & Education
Family Education/Sh’arim
Sh’arim Evaluation
38,000
Sh’arim/Family Education Consultation
132,250
Sh’arim Family Educator Grants
Beth El Temple Center, Belmont
17,500
Chabad, Sharon
14,000
Congregation Kerem Shalom, Concord
17,500
Leventhal-Sidman JCC
3,281
Rashi School
8,750
South Area Solomon Schechter Day School
5,500
Striar JCC
4,375
Temple Aliyah, Needham
6,725
Temple Beth Abraham, Canton
17,500
Temple Beth Elohim, Wellesley
15,750
Temple Beth Emunah, Brockton
15,000
Temple Emanuel, Newton
17,500
Temple Emunah, Lexington
4,375
Temple Isaiah, Lexington
4,375
Temple Israel, Boston
4,375
Temple Israel, Sharon
17,500
Temple Ohabei Shalom, Brookline
12,250
ANNUAL ALLOCATIONS continued
Temple Shir Tikva, Wayland
4,375
Temple Shir Tikvah, Winchester
10,500
Family Education Program Grants
Ahavath Torah Congregation, Stoughton
2,500
Brandeis Jewish Education Program, Waltham 1,500
Congregation Kehillath Israel, Brookline
2,500
Kesher, Newton
2,500
Russian Jewish Community School, Brighton 1,500
Temple Beth Shalom, Cambridge
2,500
Temple Beth Sholom, Framingham
2,500
Temple Beth Zion, Brookline
1,500
Family Education Expansion Grants
Congregation Beth Elohim, Acton
2,500
Congregation B’nai Torah, Sudbury
5,000
Gan Yeladim, Newton
2,500
Kesher, Cambridge
2,500
MetroWest Jewish Day School
5,000
Striar Hebrew Academy, Sharon
5,000
Temple Beth David, Westwood
2,500
Temple Sinai, Brookline
2,500
Temple Shalom Emeth, Burlington
5,000
Adult Learning
Me’ah
Hebrew College, admin/training
79,500
Tuition Scholarship Fund
10,000
Me’ah - 1st Year Sites
Acton/Concord Collaborative
12,000
Beth El Temple Center
12,000
Lexington Collaborative
12,000
Metrowest Collaborative
12,000
Shir Tikva, Wayland
12,000
South Area Collaborative
12,000
Temple Shalom, Newton
12,000
Temple Beth Elohim, Wellesley
12,000
Meah - 2nd Year Sites
Cambridge/Somerville Collaborative
12,000
Congregation Or Atid, Wayland
12,000
Temple Beth Zion
12,000
Temple Emanuel
12,000
Temple Israel, Boston
12,000
Temple Israel, Sharon
12,000
Tifereth Israel, Malden
12,000
Other Adult Learning Programs
Boston Academy of Talmudic Research (Kollel) 2,000
Ikkarim
300,000
Ma’ayan
5,500
Programming
96,500
Research
25,000
Staff and Administrative Costs
293,400
Youth & Teen Programs
No’ar/Youth
New Program Evaluation & Marketing
32,000
Scholarship
15,500
National Council of Synagogue Youth
2,500
Synagogue Council of Massachusetts
16,000
Union of Reform Judaism
23,500
United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism 20,750
Staff and Administrative Costs
22,110
Consultation/Program/Administration
128,250
Youth Educators (YESOD)
Congregation Beth El of the
Sudbury River Valley, Sudbury
3,500
Congregation Kehillath Israel, Brookline
2,000
Prozdor
10,000
Temple Beth Am, Framingham
3,500
Temple Beth Avodah, Newton
3,500
Temple Beth Elohim, Wellesley
5,000
Temple Emanuel, Newton
5,000
Temple Emunah, Lexington
3,500
Temple Emeth, Brookline
2,000
Temple Etz Chaim, Franklin
3,500
Temple Isaiah, Lexington
3,500
Temple Israel, Boston
5,000
Temple Israel, Natick
3,500
Temple Israel, Sharon
3,500
Temple Ohabei Shalom, Brookline
5,000
Temple Shir Tikva, Wayland
5,000
Temple Shir Tikvah, Winchester
5,000
Temple Shalom, Newton
10,000
Temple Tifereth Israel, Malden
2,000
Jewish Educational Initiative: Overnight
Camping
152,500
Sports Agenda
15,000
Congregational Change
75,000
Professional Development
Full-Time Educator Grants
Congregation Dorshei Tzedek, Newton
6,700
Temple Tifereth Israel, Malden
7,000
Professional Growth Stipends
14,000
Renaissance Educator Grants
Congregation Kehillath Israel, Brookline
2,000
Kesher, Newton
2,500
Temple Beth Avodah, Newton
5,000
Temple Beth Elohim, Wellesley
6,000
Temple Beth Shalom, Needham
7,500
Temple Reyim, Newton
6,000
Mandel Teacher Educator Institute
20,000
Grinspoon Matching Grant
1,000
Training and Professional Development
(Hebrew College, Brandeis University)
133,185
Consultation/Program/Administration
45,500
Leadership Development Institute (LDI)
Consultation/Program/Administration
127,438
Staff & Adminisrative Costs
135,000
Synagogue Program Fund
30,000
Commission Staffing, Programming, and
Administrative Costs
538,783
Contingency Reserve (Program & Evaluation)
25,000
Subtotal Commission
3,112,498
Aish HaTorah
3,600
Bureau of Jewish Education
538,992
Bureau of Jewish Education(d)
62,008
Chabad House of Greater Boston
10,300
Chabad House at Harvard
3,000
Hebrew College
518,478
Hebrew College(d)
409,500
Hornstein Program (Brandeis University)
8,300
Hull Hebrew School
500
I.L. Peretz/Workmen's Circle (Yiddish)
3,300
Israel Experience Programs
(Passport, Otzma and others)
764,350
JFS/MW Kulanu(d)
24,500
Metro North Regional Hebrew School
12,200
New England Chassidic Center
8,500
Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education(d) 2,500
ANNUAL ALLOCATIONS continued
South Area High School of Jewish Studies
Day School Special Education Initiative
Temple Beth Elohim - After School Program(d)
Temple Beth Elohim - Beit Midrash(d)
Temple Emanuel(d)
Unspecified Designated Gifts(d)
TOTAL JEWISH EDUCATION
3,300
15,000
818
35,000
25,000
188,986
7,684,737
ENRICHING JEWISH LIFE AND CULTURE
Community & Cultural Institutions
American Jewish Historical Society
7,000
American Jewish Historical Society(d)
25,000
Boston Center for Jewish Heritage
2,500
Boston Jewish Film Festival
13,000
Boston Jewish Film Festival(d)
20,000
Facing History and Ourselves
3,900
Jewish Cemetery Association
17,500
Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston(1) 1,281,500
Jewish Women’s Archive
2,500
Keshet
29,100
Massachusetts Board of Rabbis
2,000
Mayyim Hayyim
7,000
Mayyim Hayyim(d)
16,800
MetroWest Fund
60,000
MetroWest Fund(d)
17,500
National Center for Jewish Film
2,500
New Center for Arts and Culture(d)
2,500
New England Holocaust Memorial
1,250
Synagogue Council of Massachusetts
72,100
Zamir Chorale
2,500
Brookline-Brighton Jewish Community Fund
Aleph Club Library
2,500
Congregation Am Tikva, Brookline
2,000
Boston Duoton Ensemble
3,000
Brookline Community Mental Health Center
6,000
The Chai Center
2,775
Congregation Kehillath Israel
2,500
HaKesher, Inc.
2,250
Jewish Educational & Cultural Center Makor
1,000
The Jewish Musical Theatre Firelech
3,000
Klezmer Ensemble “Mazel”
500
Massachusetts Associate for Jewish USSR Veterans
of WWII
350
Nishmat Hayyim: The Breath of Life
Jewish Meditation Center
4,775
Russian Jewish Community School
3,000
Sephardic Community of Greater Boston
4,000
Shabbat on Wheels
3,000
College Experiences
Boston University Hillel(d)
10,000
Dartmouth Hillel(d)
1,500
Harvard Hillel(d)
55,000
Hillel Council of New England
598,230
Hillel UMass/Amherst
49,000
Jewish Student Projects
13,800
Northeastern University Hillel House(d)
5,000
Tufts University Hillel(d)
2,500
Subtotal College Experiences
735,030
Services to the Intermarried
InterfaithFamily.com
20,000
InterfaithFamily.com(d)
20,000
JCC Creative Judaica Interfaith Programs
38,600
Jewish Discovery Institute/USCJ
70,900
JF&CS Interfaith Programs
28,200
URJ Reform Jewish Outreach
143,500
Subtotal Intermarried
321,200
Young Adult Program Initiatives
CHAI/Harvard Hillel
14,000
GesherCity
198,300
GesherCity(d)
11,000
Havurah on the Hill
8,000
Pathways
28,000
Riverway Project
3,700
Shabbat Boston
37,000
Subtotal Young Adult
300,000
National Agencies
American Jewish Committee
9,600
Anti-Defamation League
9,600
Anti-Defamation League(d)
6,000
CLAL
2,000
International Association of JVS
800
Jewish Labor Committee
21,000
Jewish War Veterans
4,400
Joint Budgeting Council Agencies (AJF&CA, HIAS,
JCCA, JCPA, JESNA, JTA, NCSJ, NFJC and
Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life) 342,400
National and Local Service Agencies’ Dues
2,000
National Funding Council Dues
14,340
Schools of Jewish Communal Service
3,500
Union for Reform Judaism(d)
25,000
CJP Programmatic Rent
4,320
Contingency Fund
24,329
Unspecified Designated Gifts(d)
94,186
TOTAL JEWISH LIFE
3,546,505
TOTAL DISTRIBUTIONS
27,510,159
(d) Designated
(1) The allocations to the JCC/GB and to JCRC are split
between two programmatic areas. For FY2007, the total
CJP allocation is $2,191,200 for JCC and $946,200
for JCRC.
(2) Funded by special targeted gifts.
(3) The following beneficiaries were approved for allocation
in 2005-06. Fiscal year 2007 allocations will be made by
the Boston-Haifa Steering Committee in November 2006.
CJP BOARD AND COMMITTEES 2005-2006
OFFICERS OF THE BOARD
Robert L. Beal
Chair
Myra H. Kraft
First Vice-Chair
Susan L. Ansin
Susan A. Calechman
Kenneth J. Novack
Jonathan G. Davis
Vice-Chairs
Robert J. Small
Treasurer
Amy S. Berylson
Associate Treasurer
Jennifer Silver
Secretary
David S. Cohen
Associate Secretary
Barry Shrage
President
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Aron Ain
Bradley M. Bloom
Michael J. Bohnen
Ted Cutler
Ruth B. Fein
Michael G. Frieze
Bill Gabovitch
Avram J. Goldberg
Carol R. Goldberg
Jill B. Goldenberg
Alan R. Goldstein
Mark R. Goldweitz
Rosalind E. Gorin
Steven Grossman
Deborah S. Horwitz
Betsy Jacobs
Daniel J. Jick
Sally Kaitz
Susan Kardos
Arthur D. Katzenberg, Jr.
Lawrence Lasser
Richard G. Lesser
Norman B. Leventhal
Geoffrey H. Lewis
Irving W. Rabb
Sari Anne Rapkin
Charles K. Ribakoff
Patricia F. Ribakoff
Terry C. Rosenberg
Michael B. Rukin
Joel B. Sherman
Cynthia B. Shulman
Paula L. Sidman
Alan D. Solomont
Sherman H. Starr
Jeffrey B. Swartz
Robert H. Temkin
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Kathryn Anbinder
Mark Atkins
Beth Backer
Naomi Banks
Nancy Kaplan Belsky
Alan M. Bernstein
Scott M. Black
Benjamin Bloomstone
Mickey Cail
Michael D. Chartock
Joel I. Cherwin
Carl B. Chudnofsky
Carol Chudnofsky
Jason E. Chudnofsky
Mitchell Cohen
Stewart Cohen
Paul L. Egerman
Esta Epstein
Sumner L. Feldberg
Jay L. Fialkow
William Finard
Renee Finn
Robert A. Fishman
Myrna H. Freedman
Penny Garver
Constance Gilson
Ruth Glazerman
Amy Gorin
Merle Grandberg
Lawrence A. Green
Michael S. Grill
Dr. Jesse Hefter
Andrew Jaffe
Jeffrey J. Kosowsky
Harold G. Kotler
Robert K. Kraft
Patricia L. Kraft
Stephen Kramer
Devra K. Lasden
Stephen D. Lebovitz
Jonathan O. Lee
Thomas H. Lee
John Levy
David A. Link, M.D.
Frank E. Litwin
Ginny MacDowell
Ery Magasanik
Cynthia Marcus
William M. Marcus
Joseph H. Morgart
Beth Moskowitz
Robin M. Polishook
James W. Rappaport
Jeffrey P. Ross
Syrille Rosman
Edward I. Rudman
Jonathan L. Samen
Aviva E. Sapers
William R. Sapers
Lauren Schuster
Maggie Gold Seelig
Arthur Segel
Mitchell H. Shames
Judith Shankman
Allen Sheldon
Albert Sherman
Robert J. Shillman
Matthew Sidman
Karen Silberman
Lois E. Silverman
Toby M. Sloane
Richard A. Smith
Leslie Stacks
Harold Stahler
Rabbi Barry Starr
Sidney Topol
Harold A. Tubman
Lisa F. Wallack
Adam J. Weiner
Michael Winter
Sidney D. Wolk
& ADMINISTRATION
Robert J. Small
Chair
BUDGET
LEADERSHIP RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
Jill B. Goldenberg
Deborah S. Horwitz
Chairs
CYNTHIA
LEON SHULMAN ACHARAI PROGRAM
BOSTON JEWISH COMMUNITY WOMEN ’ S FUND
Lorre Polinger
Jennifer Silver
Chairs
INTERIM NOMINATING COMMITTEE
Carol R. Goldberg
Chair
BOARD OF MANAGERS
Daniel J. Jick
Chair
CJP INVESTMENT COMMITTEE
Robert Haber
Chair
COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE
Bill Gabovitch
Chair
COMMITTEE ON SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Nancy Kaplan Belsky
Chair
H O U S I N G I M P L E M E N TAT I O N A DV I S O RY C O M M I T T E E
Nancy Kaplan Belsky
Chair
COMMITTEE
AUDIT COMMITTEE
Marsha R. Cohen
Chair
COMMITTEE ON FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
AND PLANNING
Paula L. Sidman
Chair
&
George Krupp
Sari Anne Rapkin
Chairs
DAY S C H O O L S P E C I A L E D U C AT I O N
I M P L E M E N TAT I O N
Betsy Jacobs
Chair
SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE
Perri Shapiro Gordon
Chair
ELDER SERVICES COMMITTEE
Jill B. Goldenberg
Chair
KEY PERSONNEL COMMITTEE
Alan D. Solomont
Chair
CJP SENIOR DIRECT TASK FORCE
Carol Chudnofsky
Chair
CJP BOARD AND COMMITTEES 2005-2006 continued
INTERMARRIED TASK FORCE
JEWISH STUDENT SERVICES WORKING GROUP
Ginny Wise
Chair
Toby M. Sloane
Chair
RUSSIAN - SPEAKING COMMUNITY COMMITTEE
Gregory Zelfond
Chair
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
Jacobo Kredi
Ruth Lipman
Stella Pasternak
Chairs
GAY, LESBIAN , BISEXUAL AND TRANSGENDERED
Patty Jacobson
Chair
Stuart Rossman
Boston Chair
Zehava Herring
Nurit Lev
Gadi Sassower
Haifa Chairs
HEALTH PROFESSIONS
Samuel Z. Goldhaber, M.D.
Chair
Dr. Nathan Birnbaum
Campaign Chair
COMMITTEE ON DEVELOPMENT
Bradley M. Bloom
Chair
&
Aron Ain
Sally Kaitz
Terry C. Rosenberg
Chairs
SYNAGOGUE PROGRAM FUND COMMITTEE
Joan Solomont
Chair
ADULT LEARNING STEERING COMMITTEE
Sally Kaitz
Allen M. Sheldon
Chairs
TASK FORCE ON JEWISH EDUCATIONAL
OVERNIGHT CAMPING
Michael Chartock
Chair
ISRAEL PROGRAMS COMMITTEE
Myra H. Kraft
Chair
Nancy Rossman
Judith Shankman
Vice-Chairs
Susan Kardos
Chair
Karyn Cohen
Campaign Chair
The 2006-2007 Board and
committees will be inducted
at the CJP Annual Meeting
on September 7, 2006.
LAWYERS
Carl B. Chudnofsky
Harold A. Tubman
Chairs
COMMUNITY STUDY COMMITTEE
Michael B. Rukin
Christopher Winship
Chairs
& CAPITAL
Steven Grossman
Chair
COMMUNITY
CAMPAIGN
Betsy Hecker
Philip Rosenblatt
Chairs
Raymond M. Kwasnick
Campaign Chair
LEADERSHIP PHONE - A -THONS
Charlotte Backman
Donald B. Brick
Ronald G. Isaacson
Devra K. Lasden
Maggie Gold Seelig
Chairs
PLANNED GIFT AND ENDOWMENT COMMITTEE
Cynthia B. Shulman
Leon M. Shulman
Chairs
2006 ANNUAL CAMPAIGN
Patricia F. Ribakoff
Charles K. Ribakoff
Chairs
MAJOR GIFTS
Mark R. Goldweitz
Ginny Wise
Chairs
AGENCY CAMPAIGN
Samuel Mendales
Chair
BELMONT COUNTRY CLUB LIAISON
William M. Marcus
Chair
RABBIS
Rabbi Daniel Liben
Chair
REAL ESTATE , CONSTRUCTION
&
DESIGN
Lawrence H. Curtis
Amy B. Klein
Chairs
Daniel M. Backer
David Begelfer
Campaign Chairs
SUPER SUNDAY
Joshua Hamermesh
Amy Hearne
Daniel Romanow
Chairs
SYNAGOGUE CAMPAIGN TASK FORCE
Louis Grossman
Karen Silberman
Chairs
Susan L. Ansin
President
Syrille Rosman
Campaign Chair
YOUNG LEADERSHIP DIVISION
BOSTON - HAIFA STEERING COMMITTEE
METROWEST COMMITTEE
NO ’ AR COMMITTEE
WOMEN ’ S DIVISION
FINANCIAL SERVICES
Benjamin Bloomstone
Matthew Sidman
Chairs
Geoffrey H. Lewis
Chair
BROOKLINE - BRIGHTON JEWISH COMMUNITY
FUND COMMITTEE
Jill Hai
Beth Moskowitz
Chairs
David Teplow
Chair
OVERSEAS COMMITTEE
Neil A. Wallack
Chair
COMMISSION ON JEWISH CONTINUITY
EDUCATION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRIES
Dr. Ilonna Rimm
Chair
Amy Gorin
Chair
YOUNG ADULT TASK FORCE
BIOTECH - LIFE SCIENCES
IT DOES A WORLD OF GOOD.
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