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New-York tribune. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, January 13, 1918, Image 12

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Monday, January 14th, marks the
beginning of the second annual-Feder?
ation campaign for members. Every
jew in New York is eligible and wel?
come. There ,is no distinction?no
qualification. Fifty thousand mem?
bers are needed to accomplish the
work that must be done to educate,
feed, clothe, support and care for the
worthy and need} Jews in the 84 insti?
tutions now under Federation support.
Federation is the most highly effi?
cient and economical philanthropic
organization in all the world. It has
accomplished for its 84 different insti?
tutions precisely what the United
States government has done with all
the railroads?joining them together
into one great whole, so that the cost
of maintaining and operating them all
is reduced to an absolute minimum.
Federation appeals to your heart
and to your head?to your sympathies
as well as to yaur common-sense. It
wants you to join the movement and
become a member of the most worthy
philanthropic work ever planned for
the relief, succor and betterment of
your own race.
You as a Jew DARE not shirk your
duty 1 You must not expect or depend
on the wealthy alone to give complete
support to this work. It is your equal
honor and privilege to be a giver.
Our slogan is "From each according
to his means; to all according to their
needs." What a blessing that you
CAN give to those who are less
fortunate! For what is more noble
than helping your brethren in distress?.
The minimum membership fee is $ 10.
For children under eighteen years of
age $5. This small fee puts each mem?
ber on the same plane as those who
donate or contribute thousands.
What a satisfaction it will be to
know that practically every cent of
your contribution is being used to help
some needy Jew?to appease hunger,
to clothe bodies, to supply warmth, to
buy medicine, to educate and uplift and
benefit the race to which you belong.
Give your subscription to a Federation
Worker, who will call on you, and so help in
the democratization of charity.
Do not give any money to any one until
bill is presented by Federation.
.Very New York Jew is eligible to membership in
you can help any or all of these 84 institutions
Educational Societies and Settlements
Hebrew Technical Institute liad an average of
!270 clay and 52 evening pupils.
Hebrew Technical School for Girls liad a daily
average of 550 day and 100 evening pupils.
Six Talmud Torahs listed below bad a total at?
tendance in classes of 6,488 and reached by ex
tc7i = io;. education 22,000.
Down Town Talmud Torah.
Machzikai Talmud Torali.
Salantcr Talmud Torah.
Uptown Talmud Torah.
Bureau <?f Education Schools.
Central Jewish Institute.
Association lor improved Instruction of Deaf
Mutes gave valuable instruction to 1,300 scholais.
Crippled Children's East Side Free School gave
30 770 days of free instruction to crippled children.
Educational Alliance in all its activities extend?
ed benefits to a total number of 2,007,500 indi?
Columbia Religious & Industrial School.
Federation Settlement.
Jewish Sabbath Association.
Mt. Sinai Training School for Nurses.
l?ronx House.
Recreation Rooms & Settlement.
Emar.uel Brotherhood.
Fellowship House.
Child Caring Societies
Sanitarium for Hebrew Children cared for 282
children per day.
Home for Hebrew Infants cared for 386 infants
per day.
Hebrew Sheltering & Guardian Society, Board?
ing Out Bureau cared for 295 children and the
Home at Pleasantvillc cared for 617 children per
Vacation Homes gave recreation to 67,841 chil?
Rriprhtside Summer Home.
Jewish Working Girls' Vacation Society.
Emanuel Sisterhood Summer Home.
Sanitarium Hebrew Children.
Educational Alliance Ladies' Auxiliary.
Brightsidc Day Nursery extended the benefits
of its work to 2,882 children and mothers.
East Side Day Nursery took care of 7,200 chil?
Hebrew Orphan Asylum cared for 1,230 children
in the Home and 271) in the Boarding-out Bureau.
Klythedale Home.
Children's Haven CFar Rockaway).
Home Hebrew Infants Ladies' Sewing Circle.
Home Hebrew Infants Young Folks' League.
Sisterhoods and Auxiliaries
Jewish Relief Sisterhoods gave relief to 21,168
Ahawath Chesed Sisterhood.
Amelia Relief Society.
Beth El Sisterhood.
Ceres Sewing Circle.
Temple Israel Sisterhood.
B'nai Jeshurun Sisterhood.
Ladies' Benevolent Society.
Ladies' Fuel & Aid Society.
liodef Sholom Sisterhood.
Shaare Tefila Sisterhood.
Deborah Benevolent Society.
Beth Israel Auxiliary.
Emanuel Sisterhood Personal Service.
Hebrew Orphan Asylum Ladies' Sewing Society,
Hebrew Orphan Asylum Junior League.
Hebrew Sheltering Ladies' Auxiliary.
Hospital Deformities Ladies' Auxiliary.
Hospital Deformities Brace Supply Auxiliary.
Hospital Younjr Ladies' & Men's League.
Lebanon Hospital Ladies' Auxiliary.
Lebanon Hospital Young Folks'Auxiliary.
Montefiore Home Ladies' Auxiliary.
Montefiore Young Ladies' Social Welfare League.
Mt. Sinai Ladies' Auxiliary Society.
Mt. Sinai Social Service Auxiliary.
Sanitarium Ladies' Aid Society.
Sanitarium Junior League.
Sisterhood Spanish-Portuarnese Synagogue.
Reth Israel Hospial had an average number of
113 patients per day and gave relief to an average
number of 183 freo patients in the dispensary.
ML Sinai Hospital cared for an average of 427
patients per day.
Hospital for Deformities & Joint Diseases cared
for an a\erage number of 382 patients and 392
dispensary patients.
Jewish Maternity Hospital cared for over 45
lutients per day.
Montefiore Home & Hospital for chronic dis?
eases treated 676 patients per day for 365 days.
. Lebanon Hospital Ass'n cared for 292 patients
per day for 365 days in hospital and dispensary.
National Hospital for Consumptives.
Lakeview Home.
Rig Brother Association cared for a daily aver?
age of 800 boys.
Jewish Protectory & Aid Society for the care
of Jewish delinquent boys and the Cedar Knolls
School for the care of Jewish delinquent girls
had a daily average of 384 inmates.
Relief Societies
Widowed Mothers' Fund Ass'n extended help t?
5,175 individuals in 1,150 families.
Hebrew Free Loan Ass'n made 24,330 loans t?
deserving Jews.
United Hebrew Charities for general relief
cared for a total of 22,940 individuals in 4,962
Home for Aged & Infirm Hebrews had a daily
average of 339 free inmates.
Jewish Employment Bureau for Jewish girls
placed 1,603 in working positions.
National Desertion Bureau extended aid to
5,000 individuals in 1,000 families.
Free Synagogue Social Service.
Societies for the Handicapped
Crippled Children's Driving Fund was enabled
to give fresh air, sunshine and recreation to 1,056
crippled children.
Committee for the Care of Jewish Tuberculous
extended relief to 1,589 individuals in 227 families.
Society Welfare Jewish Deaf had an average of
79 inmates during a period of 216 days and cared
for a total of 17,064.
Crippled Children's Junior Workers.
Young Men's & Young Women's Ass'n.
Young Women's Hebrew Ass'n bad a daily
average attendance of 1.059 and a total yearly
attendance of 386,535.
Young Men's Hebrew Ass'n in all its activities
extended benefits of the association to 219,000 in?
You have it in your hands to decide whether Federation is here to grow. Every Jew must contribute in order to
keep up this work.
Are you going to ENLIST as a member, or are you going to wait until you are DRAFTED by one of our Lieu?
tenants who will call on you? Do not be a FEDERATION SLACKER. Do not stand back and let others do your share
Become One of the 50,000 Me
All expenses of this campaign are being paid by individual
members of Federation. Every penny you subscribe in this
campaign goes to charity.
Campaign Headquarters from January 13th to 27th
Daily Rallies and Talks at 5 P. M.
This advertUement is donated by a prirate in the

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