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Summer 2005"Thank You Donors! We are grateful for your support," Campus Comments: Hillel of San Diego, page 5: Gifts received 7/1/048/24/05: $10,000-$39,999 Gary & Jerri-Ann Jacobs
September 25, 2005Norman Greene, "Tribune to Marla Bennett," written for ARMDI -Marla Bennett Memorial Friends Society, and delivered by Dan Greene, Norman's son following a bicycling accident in which Norman shattered his elbow:
September 30, 2005 Gert Thaler, "Heart to Heart: My Own Exodus" (column on Israel ), San Diego Jewish Times, 2005-09-30
October 2005Lawrence Family Jewish
Community Center, Jacobs Family Campus, San Diego Jewish Book Fair, October
27, November 10, 12-16, 2005, program, "Pillars of Light Annual Giving
Campaign," page 2: "Charter Members, Visionaries"
Gary & Jerri Ann Jacobs and Family.... "Monday, November
14," page 8: Early Morning Author Lecture, 8 a.m., Art Shamsky, The
Magnificent Seasons with Barry Zeman.... Book Signing Follows. Admission
$9.50 Member/ $11.50 Non-Member. Light Breakfast Will Be Served; Literary Circle
Partner with the Author, Jerri-Ann & Gary Jacobs...."Tuesday, November
15," page 13 Evening Author Lecture, 2nd Annual Murray Goodman
Memorial Lecture, 7:30 p.m., Hrish Goodman, Let Me Create A Paradise, God
Said to Himself: A Journey of Conscience from Johannesberg to Jerusalem...Underwritten
by anonymous, Arthur Brody, Leslie & Shlomo Caspi, Elaine & Peter
Chortek, Marsi & Eric Gardiner, Lucy Goldman, Zelda Goodman, Bryna Haber,
Stacy & Jonathan Halberg, Jerri-Ann & Gary Jacobs, Sandy & Arthur
Levinson, Julie & Lowell Potiker, Sheila & Hughes Potiker, Gloria &
Rodney Stone, Dr. Andrew & Erna Viterbi, The Friends of the Murray Goodman
December 2005"The JCC Senior Adult Department," Shofar (Senior Newsletter of the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center, Jacobs Family Campus," page 1: The JacobsYorysh Senior Endowment Fund is in memory of Shirley and David Jacobs, Josephine and Samuel Klein, Bertha and Abraham Berlin and Rose and Abraham Yorysh. The fund supports the programs of the Senior Adult Department and is a gift from Gary, Jerri-Ann, Adam, Sara, Beth and Mara Jacobs. Dr. Irwin Mark Jacobs Senior Scholarship Fund provides additional funding.
December 20051) "Donor Advised Funds," Defining Our Future, Annual Report 2005, (San Diego) Jewish Community Foundation, pages 7-10: A Donor Advised Fund is an individual charitable fund that allows you to make a tax-deductible contribution (minimum to establish is $1,800) and then recommend grants in the name of the fund to qualified organizations in the Jewish and general community.... Gary & Jerri-Ann Jacobs....
2) "Jewish Women's Foundation,"
Defining Our Future, Annual Report 2005, (San Diego) Jewish
Community Foundation, page 26: The Jewish Women's Foundation of San
Diego (JWF) provides innovative and creative funding to benefit and enhance the
lives of Jewish women and girls locally and around the world. The JWF involves a
diverse group of women of all ages, backgrounds and interests united by the
strength of their commitment to Jewish women and girls in need. Thanks to a
three-year grant from the JWF, single parents have a resource, advocate and
helping hand through the Supporting Jewish Single Parents (SJSP) program at
Jewish Family Service. In the last year, more than 75 single parents have been
welcomes in the Jewish community and provided with resources and advocacy.
Beyond the program, the JWF is dedicated to being a voice for single mothers
throughout the Jewish community. JWF efforts have led to childcare being offered
for the first time at several community events and a growing communal awareness
about the needs of Jewish single mothers.... Founding Members.... Jerri-Ann
3) "Create a Jewish Legacy," Defining Our Future, Annual Report 2005, (San Diego) Jewish Community Foundation, pages 28-30: Today, you work hard to provide for your family, to support the community, and to make a difference. You teach your children to be caring and generous and to connect with causes and organizations about which they feel passionate. You lead by example and ensure that the generations who follow will be taken care of, and will continue to build upon what you leave behind. Your strength in work and character live forever when you choose to Create a Jewish Legacy. Since April 2004, more than 220 families have stepped forward through the Create a Jewish Legacy Program to promise an estimated $45 million to 35 different Jewish causes. Their promises today ensure that their individual commitment tot he community will live on in perpetuity for the benefit and improvement of Jewish life in San Diego, Israel and around the world. Options for Legacy gifts include: Simple bequest in will or trust; Outright gift, using appreciated assets or cash; Life insurance policy; IRA or pension plan; Pooled income fund; Charitable remainder trust; Charitable gift annuity... Legacy givers....Gary & Jerri-Ann Jacobs....
December 23, 2005"As our community celebrates Chanukah the Festival of Lights," Southwestern Jewish Press, page 28: We honor all those who have promised to leave a legacy to our Jewish community through the "Create a Jewish Legacy program since April 2004....Gary & Jerri-Ann Jacobs...
December 27, 2005"The Nederlander Organization President's Club," Playbill/ Civic Center, "The Lion King," page 27: ...Imperial Level: ... Gary & Jerri-Ann Jacobs..... The President's Club offers center orchestra seating and V.I.P. benefits....