MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE – CHICAGO JEWISH FUNERALS CREATES NEW CALENDAR TO SUPPORT COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS
SKOKIE, IL, March 30, 2011. At a time when everyone is forced to do more with less, David Jacobson, founder of Chicago Jewish Funerals, determined he could do more for those who had less. Jacobson decided to create a 24-month Jewish Calendar. Each month he would spotlight one of the many of the community organizations he has sponsored over the years in an effort to generate awareness and support. The calendar is free to the organizations and free to the community.
There’s Hebrew phrase, Tikun Olan, that literally means repair the world. The organizations in this calendar make a difference in our community, in Israel, and throughout the world. They make the world a better place, said Jacobson. With this calendar, I decided to follow their lead. I hope this calendar can help make our community a better place.
Each organization gets a full page in the calendar to promote itself. They also get to include a post card that can be mailed back to request more information. The Chicago area is filled with extraordinary programs and services that need our support. I want this calendar to encourage families to learn more about these organizations and consider how they can engage, connect and support, Jacobson explained.
The calendar begins with August 2011 and runs through July 2012 and corresponds to the years 5072 and 5073 in the Jewish calendar. The calendar will be available July 2011. To obtain a copy of the “Make the World a Better Place” calendar call Chicago Jewish Funerals: 888-509-5011 or visit the website at chicagojewishfunerals.com.
Chicago Jewish Funerals Two-Year Calendar
Community Organizations By Month
Gomle Chesed Shel Emeth: August
Israel Bonds: October
American Friends of Magen David Adom: November
The ARK: December
Board of Jewish Education. Marshall Learning Center: January
Chicago Center for Jewish Genetic Disorders: February
Maot Chitim of Greater Chicago: March
Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center: April
Chicago Friends of Israel Defense Forces: May
Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies: July
2012 – 5073
Community Foundation for Jewish Education: August
Jewish National Fund: September
Na’amat USA, Midwest Region: October
Hadassah, Chicago Chapter: November
Hillels of Illinois: December
2013 – 5073
American Technion Society: January
Weitzman Institute of Science: February
JCC-Jewish Community Centers: March
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago: April
AIPAC-American Israel Public Affairs Committee: May
America-Israel Chamber of Commerce Chicago: June
Chicago Jewish Funerals: July
Founded by David Jacobson in 1997, Chicago Jewish Funerals is the leading, independently-owned, full-service Jewish funeral home in the Chicagoland area. It is not affiliated with, nor a subsidiary of, any national funeral corporation. This independence allows for families to have funeral arrangements that best meets their needs and responds to the specific requests and traditions. Chicago Jewish Funerals has built its reputation by providing compassionate, concierge-level service that respects the wishes of the families it serves and the strong traditions of the Jewish people. Today it serves the Chicagoland area with chapels in Buffalo Grove and Skokie and a resource center in Highland Park.
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