2013 Dov and Arlein Chetner Essay Contest
The 2013 Annual Dov and Arlein Chetner Chai Essay Contest Is Open To All Canadian Post-Secondary Students
This year’s topic is “How does my Jewishness contribute to my ability to have a positive effect upon the world?”
Deadline for submissions is midnight on February 28, 2013. Click here to go to the on-line submission form and contest guidelines.
First prize is $2700 – Second prize is $1800 – Third prize is $900
Annual General Meeting
Wednesday November 7th, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
Temple B’nai Tikvah
900 – 47th Avenue S.W., Calgary
- Release of annual report.
- Approve the audited financial statements.
- Announcement of Chetner awards and JCFC scholarships.
- Acknowledge new members who have joined the JCFC family through a deferred gift or by opening a fund.
- Recognition of our retiring Board members.
- Election of incoming Board members.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL RESOLUTION
At the AGM the members will be asked to Repeal and Replace By-Law Number 1 of the Foundation (dated March 27, 1995, and amended July 31, 2001, Oct 30, 2002, and Oct 27, 2010). The proposed new by-law is available by e-mail or hard copy upon request:Jewish Community Foundation of Calgary 1607 – 90 Avenue S.W., Calgary, AB, T2V 4V7 403.640.2273 email@example.com
Refreshments will be served. RSVP appreciated.
Ten Post-Secondary Bursaries Awarded
The Jewish Community Foundation of Calgary recently awarded ten students post-secondary bursaries supporting them on their educational journey. A number of families with endowment funds at the foundation worked together to disperse $12,300. This year’s recipients are attending schools in Canada and the United States in programs ranging from religious studies to medical school.
As one recipient says, “Generosity like yours allows me to pursue an education that would not be otherwise possible.”
Bursary applications are accepted annually from March 1st to April 30th and the application is available on-line at www.jcfc.ca. The annual bursary program began in…. Bursaries are granted from a number of our endowment funds for students pursuing post-secondary education. Awards may be granted on the basis of need and/or merit, including academic merit, community leadership and future life plans. In past years awards varied from $180 – $2,500 with most grants ranging from $250 to $1,000.
Family funds that contributed to the 2012 bursary program this year include Jeff & Wendy Kohn Community Fund, Zeisler Family Endowment Fund, Nate & Lily Horodezky Endowment Fund, The Expatriate Fund, Rose Hallis Student Travel Bursary Fund, Kaganov Family Fund, and the Ann & Ralph Kalef Endowment Fund.
For more details about applying for a bursary, contact Wendy Kennelly at (403) 640.2273 or firstname.lastname@example.org