Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities

  • Brooklyn Federation Raises $120,000 at Dinner

    More than $120,000 was raised yesterday for the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities’ affiliated institutions through a $100-plate dinner at the Hotel St. George. More than 2,000 persons attended the dinner and others who were absent sent contributions. More ▸

  • Attorneys Honor Judges at Brooklyn Federation Dinner

    Six hundred attorneys honored three newly-elected jurists and entertained about thirty other members of the bench tonight at the “Bench Night” dinner meeting of the Lawyers Club of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, at the Unity Club, Bedford Avenue and Dean Street, Brooklyn. Those honored were Supreme Court Justices Mitchell May, Harry E. Lewis,… More ▸

  • Rabinovich, Social Worker, Dies at Age of 55

    Samuel Rabinovich, executive director of the United Jewish Aid Societies, died this morning in Mount Sinai Hospital after a three years’ illness. He was 55 years old. Before serving with the Aid Societies, an affiliate of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, he was executive director of the Milwaukee Federation of Jewish Charities. More ▸

  • Federation Makes Up $2,636,000 Deficit

    Completion of the $2,636,000 deficit campaign of the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies of New York was announced last night by Samuel D. Leidesdorf, president. This balances the 1935 budget of $4,050,000. Federation agencies include seven hospitals and a number of asylums and social service agencies. Mr. Leidesdorf said a record had… More ▸

  • Davison Fund Gives $2,500 to Jewish Charity

    A $2,500 gift by the Davison Fund established by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. to the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities was reported yesterday by Samuel Salzman, chairman of the trade and membership council, chief fund-raising body of the Federation. The report, which was made to Supreme Court Justice Mitchell May, president of the Federation, urged… More ▸

  • Weinberg is Elected by Federation Unit

    Samuel Weinberg, chairman of this year’s Spring campaign of the Junior Federation of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, has been elected president of the Juniors for the coming year. He succeeds Milton Pariser. Mr. Weinberg’s choice as president of the Juniors was officially announced last night at installation of the Juniors’ new officers conducted… More ▸

  • To Install New Officers of Junior Federation

    Officers of the Junior Federation of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities will be installed by Supreme Court Justice Mitchell May, president of the federation, at the Brooklyn Jewish Center, 667 Eastern Parkway tonight. The names of the officers, who are chosen by the federation’s board of governors, will not be disclosed until the installation. More ▸

  • Drive Nets $307,285

    A total of $307,285 has been raised toward this year’s $543,500 budget of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, it was announced on Friday. More ▸

  • Bulletin Calendar of Events

    Saturday, June 15 Showboat dance sponsored by the Junior Federation of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, U.S.S. Illinois, at the foot of Ninety-sixth Street and Hudson River, evening. Boat ride under the auspices of Young Israel of Boro Park, sailing at 10 p.m., Pier 11, foot of Wall Street. Thirty-seventh anniversary nation-wide broadcast of… More ▸

  • New York City

    Several radio favorites are scheduled to perform at the Show Boat Dance party of the Junior Federation of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, to be held tomorrow night on the U.S.S. Illinois, at its dock at Ninety-sixth Street and the Hudson River. Proceeds of the affair will be diverted towards the fulfillment of the… More ▸