The New York Foundation has contributed $10,000 to the $500,000 twenty-fifth anniversary campaign of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, it was announced last night by County Judge Algeron I. Nova, chairman of the drive.
Judge Nova, in making public a list of contributions recently received and which include annual subscriptions and special campaign donations, expressed satisfaction over the fact that so many individuals and organizations are increasing their subscriptions to the twenty-fifth anniversary drive.
He also announced that the first report meeting of the campaign will be held April 17, at the Unity Club, Bedford avenue and Dean street, Brooklyn, when more than five hundred workers are expected to attend and submit their reports.
Following is the list of contributions received, which includes annual subscriptions and special campaign donations:
$10,000, New York Foundation; $4,500, Mrs. Abraham Abraham; $3,000, Harvard Clothes, Inc.: $2,500, Adolph S. Ochs; $2,000, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Block; $1,700, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Matz; $1,000, Jesse Baar, Louis W. Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar A. Lewis, Frederick M. Warburg; $834, Nathan L. Goldstein; $500, Brooklyn Union Gas Co.; $350, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Goetz, $250, Brooklyn Borough Gas Co., Carl Leff; $215, Marks G. Levy; $200, A. N. Bernstein; $175, Dr. Milton G. Wasch; $150, Kramer and Kleinfeld, Henry J. Krinsky, Louis Lorence, Louis F. Rothschild; $100, American Can Co., Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Aronstam, Edward Brody, Harry Feldman, I. Feldman & Son, Gayety Dress Co., Goldstein-Wilkins Corp., Judge Joseph M. Proskauer, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy H. Rand, Runkel Bros.
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