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AMONG THE INSTITUTIONS YOUR CONTRIBUTION WILL AID

Blythedale Home
Brightside Day Nursery and Kindergarten
Child Adoption Com. - Free Synagogue
Children's Haven, Far Rockaway
Convalescent Home for Hebrew Children
East Side Day Nursery
Fellowship House
Hebrew Orphan Asylum
Hebrew Sheltering Guardian Society
Home for Hebrew Infants
Jewish Children's Clearing Bureau

Jewish Board of Guardians

Crippled Children's East Side Free School
Institution for Improved Instruction of Deaf Mutes

Home for Aged and Infirm Hebrews

Beth Israel Hospital
Hospital for Joint Diseases
Jewish Maternity Hospital
Lebanon Hospital Association
Montefiore Hospital for Chronic Diseases
Montefiore County Sanatorium
Mount Sinai Hospital 

Free Synagogue Social Service

Jewish Working Girls' Vacation Society
Surprise Lake Camp

Committee for the Care of Jewish Tuberculous
Hebrew Free Loan Society, Inc.
Jewish Social Service Association
Ladies' Fuel and Aid Society
National Desertion Bureau

Bureau of Jewish Education and five Talmud Torahs

Bronx House
Educational Alliance
Emanu-el Brotherhood
Fedcration Settlement
Recreation Rooms and Settlement
Stuyvesant Neighborhood House
Young Men's Hebrew Association - 92nd Street
Young Men's & Young Women's Hebrew Ass'n of the Bronx
Young Men's Hebrew Association - Washington Heights
Young Women's Hebrew Association

and character building, educational and recreational agencies

Many of the institutions and philanthropic organizations listed above have ladies' auxiliaries and other groups assisting them in their humanitarian work.
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