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                                                   Making a
                                                   Difference
                                                   with the
                                                   Power to
                                                   Heal




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S I R M O R T I M E R B . D AV I S - J E W I S H G E N E R A L H O S P I TA L F O U N D AT I O N
Who we
are...
         S    ince 1969, the Jewish General Hospital Foundation has conducted a dynamic fund-raising program in support of
              the Sir Mortimer B. Davis - Jewish General Hospital (JGH), a 637-bed McGill University teaching hospital renowned
         for the excellence of delivery of health care services and the calibre of its medical and research staff.
             As one of Quebec’s leading acute-care hospitals, providing general and specialized care to a diverse patient popu-
         lation, the JGH plays a vital role in the Quebec healthcare system. Thanks to a productive partnership between our
         dedicated staff and passionate volunteers, the hospital and its patients have benefited greatly from the Foundation’s
         many fund-raising initiatives. n




                                                                            Table of contents:
                                                                             Mission statement and values ............. 2
                                                                             Message from the Chair
                                                                               and President .................................... 3
                                                                             Message from the Campaign
                                                                               Co-Chairs .......................................... 3
                                                                             Planned giving ..................................... 4
                                                                             Donor impact ....................................... 5
                                                                             Events .................................................. 7
                                                                             Financial report ................................... 9
                                                                             Officers and Board of Directors,
                                                                               2007-2008 ....................................... 11
                                                                             JGH Foundation Staff ........................ 12




1                                          1S I R       M O RT I M E R B . D AV I S - J E W I S H
                                 O    ur mission is to advance health care and medical research
                                      for the people of Quebec by supporting Montreal’s Sir         Mission
                                                                                                    statement
                                 Mortimer B. Davis – Jewish General Hospital, a tertiary care,
                                 McGill University teaching hospital.
                                   The Foundation provides essential assistance to the hospital
                                 to enhance its extraordinary patient care, to further scientific
                                 discovery and to acquire the most recent and innovative medi-
                                 cal equipment.
                                   We partner with inspired members of the community to
                                 implement a wide variety of fundraising initiatives to achieve
                                 these ambitious goals. n



                                 Focus and direction
                                 We are clearly aligned with our goals and united in the pursuit
                                 of our mandates. We share a sense of common purpose and
                                                                                                    Values
                                 priorities with our stakeholders.


                                 Integrity
                                 We are committed to performing our activities with respect
                                 and transparency. All board members, management, staff and
                                 volunteers meet the highest standards of personal and profes-
                                 sional integrity.


                                 Openness
                                 We encourage new ideas and feedback, and respect differences
                                 with a spirit of inquiry and sensitivity. We work in an open
                                 environment where we continuously seek to understand the
                                 needs, interests and opinions of others.


                                 Trust and mutual respect
                                 We are guided by mutual respect in interactions with our staff,
                                 board members, donors and volunteers, and are committed to
                                 building long-term relationships based on trust and fairness.


                                 Responsibility and
                                 accountability
                                 We are dedicated to being fiscally responsible with the funds
                                 entrusted to us by our donors, and accountable to our stake-
                                 holders. n




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                                     A powerful combination of commitment and passion

                                     I  n its mission to provide indispensible resources to the Jewish General Hospital to benefit patients and advance
                                        medical excellence and research, the Foundation recognizes that the quality and commitment of its volunteers and
                                     the passion of its staff are critical ingredients for success. Together, they have forged yet another year of important
                                     and innovative achievements.
                                        In addition to the Foundation’s own Golf and Tennis Classics, the launch of the Department of Medicine’s Doctors’
                                     Gala, and the inspirational Weekend to End Breast Cancer, approximately 20 third-party events enhance the Founda-
                                     tion’s calendar. Many of them are described in greater detail on the following pages. The Power to Heal Campaign also
                                     continues to fuel the growth and development of the hospital and its medical services.These initiatives, along with the
                                     annual campaign, support the recruitment of new healthcare staff, renovations to improve the patient experience,
                                     the acquisition of the latest technology, and novel research.
                                        The dynamic progress of the JGH is a testament not only to the vision of our leaders, but to the commitment of
                                     individuals in Montreal’s public, private and corporate sectors. They have rallied behind our institution with the en-
Richard Dubrovsky     Myer Bick
                                     thusiasm that can come only from those who share our goals and are confident that the JGH can and will provide the
                                     best possible health care to the people of Quebec.
                                        In 2009, to mark the hospital’s 75th anniversary, the Foundation will be involved in special celebrations, includ-
                                     ing an anniversary gala and the Ride to Conquer Cancer. We eagerly look forward to an exciting and productive year
                                     ahead. n




                                                Richard Dubrovsky                                Myer Bick
                                                Chair, JGH Foundation                            President & CEO, JGH Foundation



                                     Widespread support for the Power to Heal
                                     W      hen the first phase of the Power to Heal Campaign was launched in 2003, it was clear that the task ahead was
                                            as ambitious as the formidable goals and dreams that it was to fund. It would require tremendous support, not
                                     only from the hospital and the Foundation, but from every sector of the Montreal community. Five years later, we feel
                                     a deep sense of pride in what has been accomplished in the many transformational changes throughout the hospital.
                                     These visible achievements are the direct result of the remarkable response from our fellow Montrealers, who under-
                                     stand that great success comes from the combination of innovative ideas and bold dreams, and the generous souls
                                     who provide the means for them to flourish and develop.
                                        Phase II of the Campaign is now under way, and the public continues to play an active and pivotal role in the
                                     campaign’s progress, as the Annual Report will demonstrate. With large-scale renovations, the creation of new endow-
                                     ments and the acquisition of state-of-the-art equipment, the Sir Mortimer B. Davis - Jewish General Hospital will con-
                                     tinue to thrive and serve its patients with compassion, dignity and the understanding that “care for all” will always
                                     remain at the heart of our mission. n
Morton Brownstein   Edward Wiltzer




                                                Morton Brownstein, C.M.                          Edward Wiltzer
                                                Campaign Co-Chair                                Campaign Co-Chair



3                                                                      3S I R       M O RT I M E R B . D AV I S - J E W I S H
                                                                                                                                   Planned
   The investment of a lifetime                                                                                                    giving
   A     planned gift is a charitable gift specifically designed to
         help a donor achieve his or her personal philanthropic
   goals and potentially benefit from certain tax savings.
      Planned gifts may be made in a will, using insurance, through
   a trust, or by various other means, such as the donation of mar-
   ketable securities, RRSPs, RRIFs and other registered plans. In
   many cases, donors can leave a significant gift to the JGH Foun-
   dation at an affordable cost while still preserving their assets
   and lifestyle. A planned gift can be made for a specific purpose,
   such as supporting a hospital department or division, purchas-
   ing equipment, or funding research. It can also be established
   as an endowment where income generated from the planned
   gift is used to meet hospital needs in perpetuity—as if the do-
   nor were still making a donation to the JGH Foundation each
   and every year!
      While the advantages of planned giving are numerous, the
   personal fulfillment that one receives from supporting an insti-
   tution like the Jewish General Hospital is truly priceless. Betty
   Lewis-Buckley is a perfect example of a donor who has used
   planned giving to accomplish her philanthropic goals and ex-
   press her thanks to the Jewish General Hospital for many years
   of exceptional service to her and the community at large.
      Since the late 1940s, when her first husband, the late
   Hyman H. Lewis, sold x-ray film to the hospital, Mrs. Lewis-
   Buckley has had a longstanding association with the JGH. After
   Mr. Lewis’ passing, Mrs. Lewis-Buckley continued to run the
   business, later managing it with her second husband, the late
   Kenneth Buckley. A generous and forward-thinking woman,
   Mrs. Lewis-Buckley has bequeathed half of her estate to the
   hospital’s Division of Cardiology, which will use her gift to                                                                           Betty Lewis-Buckley
   help recruit clinicians and scientists who are crucial to main-
   taining excellence in patient care.
      Mrs. Lewis-Buckley’s gift demonstrates the importance                          “I am delighted to have the privilege to
   and benefits of planned giving—an investment in the Jewish                        plan now to assist the JGH in the future.”
   General Hospital’s future that ensures top-quality health care                                        – Betty Lewis-Buckley
   for generations to come. It is never too late to consider mak-
   ing the investment of a lifetime. Create your lasting legacy
   today! n




                                                                                                                                  For more information on Planned Giving,
                                                                                                                                  please contact Gail Erlichman at 514-340-8222,
                                                                                                                                  ext. 2975 or gerlichm@fon.jgh.mcgill.ca
   The information contained herein is general in nature and provided for illustrative purposes only. Please consult your
   professional advisor before taking any action.



G E N E R A L H O S P I TA L F O U N D AT I O N                                                                                                                                    4
Donor
impact   Introduction
         W      hen an individual or organization decides to make a donation to the Jewish
                General Hospital Foundation, something wonderful is set into motion: a cycle of posi-
         tive change.
            Often funds are earmarked for specific departments, divisions, individual doctors or other
         medical and/or scientific personnel, for the acquisition of better, faster and more patient-
         friendly equipment. In some cases, the contribution helps establish an endowment which
         becomes a vital source of perpetual funding for new recruits, programs and research.
            In some instances, donations help in renovating patient floors, upgrading hospital facilities
         or even contributing to a new building. The ultimate goal is to deliver better, more humane
         patient care by providing cleaner, brighter and more efficiently managed surroundings.
            The Jewish General Hospital’s many patients, past and present, have experienced first-hand
         the difference that these donations make. Often this inspires them to maintain the cycle of
         positive change—and once they give, the cycle begins anew. Remaining at the forefront of
         excellent healthcare in Quebec is a mission to which we dedicate ourselves daily, and we
         welcome you to join us in this inspiring and ongoing journey.
            On the following pages, you will find just a few examples of the tremendous difference
         your support has made during the past fiscal year. n




         Endowments
         Dr. Henry Kravitz Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Service
         T  hrough the philanthropy of JGH donors Claire and Philip Borrow, this service is now
            in operation at the Institute of Community and Family Psychiatry. Patients who need
         longer and more intense therapy sessions can have them for a nominal fee. Thanks to this
         much-needed initiative, patients do not face the difficult task of having to find affordable
         mental health services. n

         Department of Medicine
         T   his department, which is the largest at the JGH and consists of 14 divisions, has re-
             ceived additional financial support through the generosity of Dianne and Aldo
         Bensadoun. Their donation will benefit specific hospital initiatives, as well as the de-
         partment’s top priorities. Part of their donation will also support the laboratory and
         the work of the department’s Physician-in-Chief, Dr. Ernesto Schiffrin, and his colleague,
         Dr. Stéphanie Lehoux, in the field of hypertension disease. n

         Cardiology and Oncology
         T  he kindness and visionary thinking of donor Vanda Treiser have enabled the Division of
            Cardiology and the Department of Oncology to acquire new equipment and to conduct
         medical research.The JGH and the Foundation are grateful to Mrs.Treiser for recognizing the
         importance of creating an endowment, which will forever carry the name of her beloved late
         husband, Benjamin (Bela) Treiser. n



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                                                                                                       Donor
   Renovations                                                                                         impact
   The Beryl and Ralph Goldman
   Herzl Family Practice Centre
   O    riginally opened in 1912 as the Herzl Dispensary, this longstanding Montreal
        health service has found its newest home in the JGH’s Pavilion H.What began as a
   small treatment centre for newly arrived Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe now
   serves people with roots in 150 nations. Many of these individuals live in an 80-block
   sector of the Côte-des-Neiges neighbourhood. In total, the Beryl and Ralph Goldman
   Herzl Family Practice Centre cares for 20,000 patients who can take advantage of
   an outpatient clinic, a walk-in clinic, an after-hours clinic with triage, and a family
   medicine ward. The kindness and financial support of Beryl Goldman and her late
   husband, Ralph Goldman, have made the Centre a bright and spacious place that can
   handle many patients with efficiency and ease. n


   6 North
   T   his unit, formerly used for geriatric patients requiring long-term care, is now home to
       Family Medicine patients. Through the patronage of the Foundation, this 22-bed unit
   was completely renovated to include a new nursing station, medication centre, shower stalls
   and furniture. Staff have described the transformation as “a contrast between night and day”,
   since the area is now bright and spacious, which boosts patients’ emotional well-being. n



   Equipment
   Da Vinci Surgical System
   T   his ground-breaking tool, which uses robotic technology to enhance surgeons’ skills, was
       brought to the Jewish General Hospital through the generosity and initiative of Sheryl
   and Ronald Black and their friends, and Dr. Sheila and Nahum Gelber, Q.C. As the most
   advanced device of its kind in Quebec, this innovative system allows doctors to perform
   minimally invasive surgery that might otherwise be too delicate or difficult. As a result of this
   precision, patients generally experience quicker recovery times, less scarring and blood loss,
   and a lower risk of complications. The da Vinci Surgical System is currently used for patients
   in such areas as Urology, Cardiac Surgery, Gynecologic Oncology and General Surgery (e.g.,
   intestinal and esophageal surgery). n

   Chartmaxx
   O     btained through the patronage of Nan and William Lassner, Chartmaxx is the latest in
         digital archiving technology for medical records. Fast, easy and paperless, this system is
   used mainly by nursing units, clinics and the Emergency Department to gain electronic access
   to patients’ files. The installation of Chartmaxx has helped to reduce waiting times, because
   staff can obtain information and see patients more quickly. As an added bonus, a single digital
   chart can be viewed simultaneously on mulitple computers throughout the hospital.n




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Events
         E   very year, the JGH Foundation hosts a variety of fund-raising events that support many medical initiatives from
             cancer treatment and research to high-tech equipment and recruitment.Whether it is a Foundation initiative on the
         golf course or a third-party event from which the Foundation benefits, the hard work and dedication of the organizers
         and participants is a shining example of how people can make a difference. n


         Evening in Athens –
         May 12, 2007
         An event of Grecian splendour awaited all those who attended
         the 4th Evening in Athens at Bonsecours Market, chaired by
         Mary Kounadis.This gala raised $240,000 for the purchase of a
         mobile x-ray machine for the Department of Orthopedics. n


                                15th Annual JGH
                                Silver Star
                                Mercedes-Benz Golf
                                Classic – June 4, 2007
                                Hundreds of avid golfers spent a great day at the Elm Ridge Country Club to support the con-
                                struction of a new angiography room and new angiography equipment. Chaired by Bernard
                                Stotland, FCA, the event raised nearly $800,000 by the time the last hole was played, thanks to
                                generous sponsors and contributor. n


                                5th Annual Cecil’s Ride –
                                July 7, 2007
                                Hosted by Gloria April and her family each summer
                                in Stowe, Vermont, Cecil’s Ride honours the mem-
                                ory of Cecil April, a cycling enthusiast known for
                                his passion for life and dedication to fighting can-
                                cer. The event raised $70,000 to benefit the Col-
                                orectal Tumour Bank project, under the direction of
                                Dr. George Chong and Dr. Julio Faria. n


                                10th Annual Tennis Classic
                                – Aug. 2, 2007
                                Tennis enthusiasts and partygoers donned their best attire to play at the Mount Royal Tennis
                                Club, followed by an evening celebration at Montreal hot spot, BICE Ristorante. The event—
                                chaired by Pat and Richard Stein, Elyssa and Richard Yanofsky, and Charles R. Spector—raised
                                $450,000 for prostate cancer research headed by Dr. Jacques Corcos, Chief of Urology. n




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   6th Annual HSBC Bank Canada Golf Tournament – Aug. 6, 2007
                                                                                                                               Events
   A rainy start gave way to a beautiful day at the Royal Montreal Golf Club, where more than 300 participants raised over
   $370,000 for the Bell Canada Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology Program for the Segal Cancer Centre. The JGH
   Foundation is honoured to have HSBC Bank Canada as a loyal partner and friend in the fight against cancer. n



                                                                     3rd Annual Weekend to
                                                                     End Breast Cancer –
                                                                     Aug. 24-26, 2007
                                                                     Thousands of dedicated Montrealers walked 60 kilo-
                                                                     metres over two days in this edition of the province’s
                                                                     largest cancer fund-raising event. By the time the last
                                                                     participant crossed the finish line, $7.9 million had
                                                                     been raised for research, treatment and prevention of
                                                                     breast cancer at the Segal Cancer Centre. n



                3rd Lila Sigal Hockey Tournament – Sept. 29, 2007
                In a terrific display of athleticism and endurance, 48 local hockey players hit the ice for a day and
                evening of non-stop action at the Bonaventure Arena, raising over $63,000 for the McGill Cancer
                Nutrition and Rehabilitation Program at the Segal Cancer Centre. n




                                                             It’s a Girl Thing –
                                                             Nov. 18, 2007
                                                             In this event co-chaired by Caryn Weltman, Ava Schwam
                                                             and Valerie Azoulay, more than 400 women gathered at the
                                                             Bâton Rouge Restaurant, raising $150,000 to support the
                                                             fight against ovarian cancer. The funds will benefit the Gloria
                                                             Shapiro Endowment Fund for Ovarian Cancer Research and
                                                             the work of Dr. Walter Gotlieb. n




             Cabaret for the Cure –
             Nov. 27, 2007
             A night of live musical theatre, created and hosted by cancer
             survivor and JGH patient Jacqui Gold, featured a raffle and
             live auction, and raised more than $95,000 for leukemia re-
             search at the Segal Cancer Centre. n




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Financial
report      Sir Mortimer B. Davis - Jewish General Hospital Foundation
            Summarized Statement of Financial Position
            As at March 31, 2008

                                                                                                   2008                                        2007

            Assets

                 Cash .............................................................................. $ 25,697,682 .............................$31,831,291
                 Marketable securities
                    Fixed income securities .............................................. 23,353,913 ................................34,607,727
                    Equities ....................................................................... 92,186,605 ................................93,278,078
                 Interest and sundry receivables ...................................... 1,079,497 .....................................827,390
                 Due from Hospital ........................................................... 2,800,225 ..................................2,867,308
                 Pledges receivable ......................................................... 27,146,625 ................................33,023,081
                 Property and equipment ................................................. 2,165,826 ..................................2,192,155

                                                                                           $174,430,373                                 $198,627,030


            Liabilities

                 Sundry liabilities................................................................... 210,143 .....................................700,927
                 Deferred contributions .................................................. 42,736,207 ................................48,907,207

                                                                                              42,946,350                                   49,608,134



            Fund Balances

                 Balance - Beginning of Year ......................................... 149,018,896 ..............................123,459,745
                 Excess of Revenues over Expenses and Allocations
                   (Expenses and Allocations over Revenues).............. (17,534,973) ................................25,559,151

                 Balance - End of Year                                                       131,483,923                                 149,018,896

                                                                                           $174,430,273                                 $198,627,030




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                                                                                                                                                            Financial
                                                                                                                                                            report
     Summarized Statement of Operations
     For the Year Ended March 31, 2008

                                                                                               2008                                         2007

     Revenues

         Donations and fundraising .......................................... $37,275,351 ...............................$39,480,231
         Investment income ........................................................... 8,883,820 ...................................4,783,256
         Unrealized appreciation (decrease) in
           value of marketable securities ...................................(7,350,868) ..................................5,972,126
         Net transfers from (to) deferred contributions ................. 168,551 ................................ (6,330,430)

                                                                                          38,976,854                                    43,905,183



     Expenses
         Activities ............................................................................ 6,181,777 ...................................6,031,691
         Administration .................................................................. 1,493,819 ...................................1,334,044
         Amortization .......................................................................... 96,863 .................................... ------------

                                                                                            7,772,459                                     7,365,735

         Net Income Before Allocations                                                    31,204,395                                    36,539,448

         Allocations to the Sir Mortimer B. Davis
           Jewish General Hospital
           Research and academic enhancement ........................ 1,564,518 ...................................1,437,328
           Capital projects ........................................................... 42,637,676 ...................................5,301,659
           Other Hospital activities ............................................... 1,963,353 ...................................2,362,412
           Endowment allocations ................................................ 2,573,821 ...................................1,878,898

                                                                                          48,739,368                                    10,980,297

         Excess of Revenues Over Expenses and
           Allocations (Expenses and Allocations
           Over Revenues)                                                               $ (17,534,973)                                $ 25,559,151




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Officers and Board of Directors, 2007-2008

Officers                     Treasurer:                         Stephen Gross                        Justin Vineberg                        Jeremy H. Reitman
                             Nancy Rosenfeld                    Salvatore Guerrera                   Robert Vineberg                        Eugene N. Riesman
Honourary Chair:             President of the Hospital Centre   Harry Hart                           Stephen Vineberg                       Alvin Segal, C.M.
Bernard Stotland, FCA        Board:                             Helaine Herman                       John Waxlax                            Leanor Segal
Chair:                       Samuel Minzberg                    Morris Hoffman                       Jonathan Wener, C.M.                   Claire Sheiner
Richard Dubrovsky            Vice-President of the Hospital     Jon Hountalas                        Edward Wiltzer                         Herbert E. Siblin, C.M., FCA
President:                   Centre Board:                      Norman Issley                        Richard Yanofsky                       Leo Stroll
Myer Bick                    Bernard Stotland, FCA              Gail Karp                            Neil Zeidel                            Vanda Treiser
Vice-Chairs:                 Foundation President and C.E.O.:   Lynne Kassie                         Irwin Zelniker                         Neil Weinman
Allen F. Rubin,              Myer Bick                          Larry Kendall                                                               Larry Wexler
Gary Wechsler, C.A.          JGH Executive Director:            Mary Kounadis                        Honourary Trustees                     Edward Winant
Secretary:                   Dr. Hartley Stern                  Mark Krakower                                                               John Zimmerman
Morris Hoffman                                                  Marvyn Kussner                       Saul Stanley Abracen                   Sheila Zittrer
Treasurer:                   Trustees                           Sheila Kussner, O.C., O.Q.           Sydney Aptacker
Nancy Rosenfeld                                                 Charles Larente                      Joe Battat                             Board Committees
                             Jordan Aberman                     Frank Leboff, FCA                    Francesco Bellini, O.C.
Board of Directors           Marcel Adams                       Miles Leutner                        Aldo Bensadoun                         2007-2008
                             Sylvan Adams                       Harvey Levenson                      Irwin G. Beutel
Jordan Aberman               Armand Afilalo                     Ben Levitt                           Harry Bloomfield, O.C.                 Investment and Finance
Morton Brownstein, C.M.      James Alexander                    Donna Levy Kane                      Neri Bloomfield                        Committee
Richard Dubrovsky            Lorne Bassel                       Paul Lowenstein                      Michel Boucher
                             Lucien Benarroch                   Ted Matthews                         Marjorie Bronfman, C.M.                H. Arnold Steinberg, C.M., Chair
Michael Flinker
                             Danielle Bitton                    Samuel Minzberg                      Stephen R. Bronfman                    Myer Bick (ex-officio)
Rona Green
                             Evelyn Bloomfield-Schachter        Paul Ostrov                          Marilyn Steinberg Cobrin               Michel Boucher
Morton D. Gross
                             L. Michael Blumenstein             Ross Paperman                        Douglas Cohen                          Richard Dubrovsky
Morris Hoffman
                             Garner Bornstein                   Barry Pascal                         Melvyn A. Dobrin                       Samuel Minzberg
Gail Karp
                             Giuseppe Borsellino                William Pencer                       Ruth Dworkin                           Jacques Misrachi, C.A. (ex-officio)
Mary Kounadis
                             Janis Brownstein                   Sydney Pinchuk                       Bernard J. Finestone, C.D., C. de G.   Joel Raby
Mark Krakower
                             Morton Brownstein, C.M.            Stanley K. Plotnick                  Nat Finkelstein                        Nancy Rosenfeld
Sheila Kussner, O.C., O.Q.
                             Warren Chisling                    Hyman Polansky                       Mortimer Fruchter, C.A.                Allan Schouela
Harvey Levenson
                             Stanley Cons                       Alice Raby                           Ronald Gallay, FCA                     Joel Segal
Ted Matthews
                             Norma Cummings                     Joel Raby                            Marc Gold                              Dr. Hartley Stern
Samuel Minzberg
                             Steven Cummings, C.M.              Susan Raymer                         Robert Goldfarb                        Bernard Stotland, FCA
Ross Paperman
                             Murray Dalfen                      Howard Richman                       Shirley Goldfarb                       Laurent D. Ziri, C.A. (ex-officio)
Susan Raymer
Nancy Rosenfeld              Robert Davis                       Giuseppe Rizzolo                     Beryl Goldman
Allen F. Rubin               François de Gaspé Beaubien         Harvey Rosenbloom                    Theodor Goldman                        Audit Committee
Joel Segal                   Howard Dermer                      Nancy Rosenfeld                      Senator Yoine Goldstein
                             Richard Dubrovsky                  Allen F. Rubin                       Isidore Greenbaum                      Ted Matthews, Chair
Bernard Stotland, FCA
                             Gordon Echenberg                   Allan Schouela                       Hugh G. Hallward                       Armand Afilalo
Robert Vineberg
                             Leonard Ellen                      Edouard Schouela                     Michal Hornstein, C.M., C.Q.           Myer Bick (ex-officio)
John Waxlax
                             Sam Eltes                          Joel Segal                           Sam Hornstein                          Warren Chisling
Gary Wechsler, C.A.
                             Aaron Fish                         Jeff Segel                           The Hon. Pierre Marc Johnson           Richard Dubrovsky (ex-officio)
Edward Wiltzer
                             David Fleming                      Bernard J. Shapiro, O.C.             Humphrey Kassie                        Brahm Gelfand
                                                                                                                                            Mark Krakower
Executive Committee          Michael Flinker                    Leonardo Soares                      Mervin Kerman
                             Ron Friedman                       Jeff Solomon                         Joel King                              Gerald Litwin, C.A.
                             Paul Gallant                       Barry Stein                          Hon. E. Leo Kolber                     Jacques Misrachi, C.A. (ex-officio)
Chair:
                             Brahm Gelfand                      Richard Stein                        Mildred Lande, C.M.                    Nancy Rosenfeld
Richard Dubrovsky
                             Samuel Gewurz                      Arnold Steinberg, C.M.               Nicki Lang                             Larry Sidel (ex-officio)
Vice Chairs:
                             David Granofsky                    Bernard Stotland, FCA                William Lassner                        Dr. Hartley Stern
Allen F. Rubin,
                             Rona Green                         Irving Teitelbaum                    Boris G. Levine, C.M., FCA             Bernard Stotland, FCA (ex-officio)
Gary Wechsler, C.A.
                             Hillel Greenbaum                   Maidy Teitelbaum                     Judy Litwin                            Edward Victor, FCA
Secretary:
                             Saryl Gross                        Gary Ulrich                          Herbert Paperman                       Richard Vineberg, FCA (ex-officio)
Morris Hoffman
                             Morton D. Gross                    Herschel Victor, C.M.                Martin Prosserman                      Irwin Zelniker
                                                                                                                                            Laurent D. Ziri, C.A. (ex-officio)




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   Corporate Governance             Strategic Planning Committee              Human Resources Committee
   Committee
                                    Bernard Stotland, FCA, Chair              Allen F. Rubin, Chair
   Robert Vineberg, Chair           Myer Bick (ex-officio)                    Myer Bick (ex-officio)
   Myer Bick (ex-officio)           Richard Dubrovsky                         Richard Dubrovsky
   Richard Dubrovsky                Samuel Minzberg                           Samuel Minzberg
   Brahm Gelfand                    Nancy Rosenfeld                           Bernard Stotland, FCA
   Mark Krakower                    Allen F. Rubin                            Larry Sidel (ex-officio)
   Samuel Minzberg                  Robert Vineberg
   Bernard Stotland, FCA            John Waxlax                               Planned Giving Committee
                                    Jonathan Wener, C.M.
                                                                              Robert Vineberg, Chair
                                                                              Bill Bell
                                                                              Gail Erlichman
                                                                              Barry Pascal




   Staff of the JGH Foundation
   President and C.E.O.         Associate Director, Events         Stewardship Writer                    Gift Processing Clerical
   Myer Bick                    Adrianna Di Pardo                  Carolyne Van Der Meer                 Assistant
                                                                                                         Natasha Cristofaro
   Executive Assistant to the   Director, Community                Jr. Communications
   President                    Outreach                           Specialist                            Receptionist
   Melinda Cape                 Betty Elkaim                       Deborah Bombardier                    Lynne Dagenais
   Vice-President & Chief       Director, Planned Giving                                                 Gift Processing Clerical
   Operating Officer            Gail Erlichman                     Administrative Assistant              Assistant
   Larry Sidel                                                     Marina Abkiewicz                      April Goulding-Tock
                                Director, Special Events
   Administrative Assistant     Alexis Gaiptman                    Administrative Assistant              Gift Processing Clerical
   Tiffany England                                                 Melissa Dy                            Assistant
                                Coordinator, Special Events
                                                                                                         Jacqueline Pope
                                Annette Goldman                    Administrative Assistant
   Director, Corporate Gifts                                       Mary Etzitian
                                Director, Donor Relations
   Muriel Amar                  Francine Levi
   Director, Events                                                Gift Processing Clerical
                                Associate Director, Donor
   Tali Chemtob                                                    Assistant
                                Relations
                                                                   Helen Arvaniti
                                Kate Kelly



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