Philadelphia Family Fund Donates $10,000 to Aid Jews Toward Management Jobs

A $10,000 grant to help “broaden the involvement of Jews in management level positions in major industry and finance,” has been received from the Kahn Family Fund here, it was announced today by Benjamin S. Loewenstein, president of the Jewish Occupational Council of New York, one of three agencies that will share in the grant. The others are the Philadelphia chapter of the American Jewish Committee and the Jewish Employment and Vocational Service of Philadelphia.

The Kahn Charitable Foundation was established during the lifetimes of the late Eugene H. and Ethel B. Kahn. It makes donations on a pilot basis to charitable causes that are not generally the beneficiaries of organized philanthropy.

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