New York City : Council OF Jewish Federations And Welfare Funds, Inc. 1937. Item #18632
4to. 40 pages. By 1937, substantial assistance would have been going to Jewish refugees fleeing Germany. The Council was "organized in 1932, and brought together previous organizations like the Bureau of Jewish Social Research and the National Appeals Information Service. By 1995, the Council had increased its fund raising to $800 million, from $10 million in 1932, and nearly 95% of American Jews lived in communities in the Council's reach. Member organizations “[support] local welfare services (family, child care, aged care, refugee care) , Jewish hospitals, centers, camps, youth services, Jewish education, and local community relations,” as well as “provide substantial financial support to about 50 other national and overseas agencies. ”(Goldberg, EJ) SUBJECT (S) : Welfare funds – Jewish. OCLC lists no copies worldwide. Ex library with stamp on cover and no other markings, paper clip mark on cover and first page, tear on back cover, good condition. (AMR-15-3).