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Annual Repor t 2009
Donor Advised Funds
Charles & Alberta Feurzeig Jean & Franklin Gaylis Family
Raymond & Rhona Fink Family Geffen Family
Robert & Jessica Fink Stanley Gelfand Memorial
Joseph J. Fisch Milton & Dawn Gilman
Debra Dold Charitable
Ira & Barbara Fischbein Ginsburg Family
H. Lee Druckman
Fischer Family Phillip & Francine Ginsburg
Mitchell & Julie Dubick
Jack & Sigrid Fischer Anna Braun Glazer
Merle & Teresa Fischlowitz Family Julia Braun Glazer
Richard & Jessica Effress
Judith L. Fisher Gleiberman Family
Richard & Byrne Eger
Manuel & Nettie Fisher Family Marleigh & Alan Gleicher Family
Emily Eibl
Michael, Rebecca & Mariah Fisher Jacob Glezer Charitable
Einhorn Family
Tom & Judy Fisher Family Joseph & Beverly Glickman
Estee Einhorn
Flaster Valji Family Morris & Phyllis Gold
Max Einhorn
Foster Investment Corporation Joseph & Dorothy Goldberg Trust
Al & Naomi R. Eisman
Harry Foster Meryl & Warren Goldberg
Max J. & Doris S. Eisner
Carol Fox Family Samuel & Heidi Golding
Emge Family
Ronald Fox Family Lucy Goldman
Daniel & Suzanne Engel
Milton & Faiya Fredman Meg & Allan Goldstein
Michael Epstein
Freeman Family Goldstein Tzedakah
Essakow Family
Harriet Fremland Goodman Family
Jim & Sari Esserman
Friedel Family Zelda & Murray Goodman
Eye Physicians Vision
Friedman Family Herman & Jean Gordon
Alan Friedman Frances Gotkowitz Memorial
Adam & Sara Farish
C. Hugh Friedman & Lynn Schenk Lynn & Mel Green
Emily S. Farish
Geoff & Jessica Friedman Howard & Andrea Greenberg Family
Farley Family
Fujita/Medress Family Mark H. Greenberg
Eloise Hock Feinstein Family
G Joan & Robert Greenstone
Inge Feinswog
Graeme & Simone Gabriel Family Max & Donna Gresoro Family
Batsheva & Michael Feldman
Richard & Sharon Gabriel Family Grindstone Harbor Charitable
Earl N. Feldman Family
Barry & Brigitte Galgut Robin & Raphael Gross Family
Mike & Judy Feldman
Eric M. & Marsi Gardiner Harry E. Gruber
Uri & Belinda Feldman
Marissa Garfield
Newly established funds are listed in orange.
Foundation Donors’ Support to Low-Income Preschool Allows for Expansion
More and more research supports the assertion that the first years of a child’s
life are the most crucial to brain development and future success. Responding to
the need to provide quality preschool education to families of all means, grants
from the Jeff and Deni Jacobs Fund, Susan Chortek Weisman and Eric Weisman
Fund and Leichtag Family Foundation to Educational Enrichment Systems’ (EES)
Ensuring the Future Campaign allowed the low-income preschool provider to
serve hundreds more families at new facilities in Linda Vista and North County.
Through the Ensuring the Future Campaign, chaired by Deni Jacobs, EES will be
able to fulfill its vision and plans for increasing the number of early childhood
education spaces available to the young children of San Diego County. Also, a
grant from the Joan and Irwin Jacobs Fund offers tuition subsidies for families who
earn just a little more than the state-designated poverty level.
EES preschooler and Deni Jacobs.
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